Kevin Hart was seen sipping Dom Perignon Sunday at LIV, where he got on stage and performed with rapper Asap Ferg.
Seen Monday night at the three-year anniversary party of FDR at the Delano: Dwyane Wade and Luol Deng.
Quiet Riot drummer Frankie Banali — in town for Thursday night’s Skum Rocks! movie premiere at the Colony Theatre and Charlee Foundation benefit concert at Grand Central with Eddie Money — ate his way through Miami, as per his Facebook account. On Wednesday the rocker posted pictures of chefs preparing his meal at Tony Chan’s. Before the show, he drove to Hollywood to get fresh sashimi at Tokyo Sushi.
Golfer Matt Kuchar, in town for the World Golf Championship at Trump Doral, was seen Tuesday night at the Miami Heat game from the Grey Goose (his sponsor) Vodka Lounge at the AAA, which happens to serve the Grey Goose 19th Hole, created by Kulchar himself, featuring the vodka’s VX and Blue Monster varieties. In support of United Way of Miami-Dade, Kuchar took his skills from the greens to the court and almost sunk a half-court basket for $25K. Better luck on the greens, he hopes.
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The Humane Society of the United States will present its 2014 Humane Horsewoman of the Year Award to Priscilla Presley Saturday at the annual Wellington Equine Protection Benefit at The Wellington Club. The award recognizes Presley’s dedication to ending the cruel practice of “soring,” which involves the use of chemicals and other devices to inflict pain on the legs and hooves of Tennessee walking horses to produce a high-stepping gait for competitions. Presley worked tirelessly to raise awareness on the issue and lobby Congress to pass a bill outlawing the inhumane training method.
Actress Zoe Kravitz was at Wall Thursday to unveil the March issue of Ocean Drive magazine — she’s on the cover. Joined by her cousin DJ Ruckus and artist Jona Cerwinske, Kravitz stepped out in Balenciaga by good friend Alexander Wang and Louboutin heels. The 25-year-old-actress, who grew up in Miami, said she was looking forward to going to the beach and working on her music for band, Lolawolf.