He’s one of the greatest quarterbacks in football history. He currently holds dozens of NFL records. And thanks to his powerful arm, the Miami Dolphins were once (emphasis on the “once” part) perennial playoff contenders.
We’re talking about hometown hero Dan Marino.
And from 6-8 p.m. next Friday (yes, an entire week to prepare an outfit), locals can rub elbows with the football phenom as the Miami Dolphins Hall of Fame inductee will be making an appearance at Macy’s Dadeland on behalf of HUGO BOSS Fragrances, the Official NFL Fragrance for 2015. Come meet Marino, where he will be signing limited edition HUGO BOSS footballs, fragrances and taking selfies. The event is free and open to the public, too. Touchdown, Miami!
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Designer Tommy Hilfiger has to be smarting. Two of his four kids from his first marriage are not in terrific shape. Earlier this month, daughter Ally announced her 19-year battle with Lyme disease. And last weekend, his son, L.A. rapper Richard — who goes by the stage name Ricky Hil — was arrested outside LIV at the Fontainebleau after allegedly punching a bouncer, ironically over something fashion related. According to NBC-6, Hil was offended that security guards didn’t think his friend’s outfit was fancy enough for the establishment. The 25-year-old was charged with battery and disorderly conduct, and possession of less than 20 grams of marijuana.
A TIME TO GIVE
Russell Simmons, along with VH1’s Couples Therapy stars Jaclyn Stapp and her recently rehabbed rocker hubby Scott Stapp, have all committed to donating online to local Miami-based charity Gene Spotlight Inc. on Nov. 19, through a one-day fundraising drive through Give Miami Day, which “allows all individuals in our community to make a philanthropic impact by collectively supporting our local nonprofit organizations.” The Miami Foundation, Knight Foundation and assorted partners will maximize the community’s generosity by making a bonus gift for every donation between $25 and $10,000 received on givemiamiday.org.
Maria Tettamanti, Maddy Marr & Lesley Abravanel