Models, designers, fans and friends came out to Books and Book last Thursday in South Beach to celebrate with bestselling author Mike Sincere during the book signing of his new book, The Last Au Pair. As you might have guessed from the title, the book tells the story of an Au Pair who moves to South Beach only to discover life here isn’t as glamorous as she thought.
Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra attended Pilates in the Grove’s Pink Ribbon Launch event last week benefitting the Florida Breast Cancer Foundation. Other attendees included Jason Rosenhaus of Sports Rosenhaus Representation, who happens to be Drew Rosenhaus’ brother on whom the character, Jerry Maguire, was based.
In town for the Miami leg of his first comedy tour in three years, Chris Tucker visited The Forge Restaurant | Wine Bar with three others in tow. The funny man, who hosted his Rush Hour 3 movie release event at The Forge a few years ago, returned to see the newly renovated space and to try one of the restaurant’s lobster and peanut butter sandwiches, a few other dishes and a little wine. Guests were stopping by Tucker’s table to pose for photos with the friendly, fast-talking actor, who is set to film a new movie, The Playbook opposite Bradley Cooper.
Actor Leland Orser who is in town filming Starz Network’s new Magic City series dined at Zuma last Sunday evening.
Joseph “Fat Joe” Antonio Cartagena was at The Forge with a party of five.
Underground rapper Big Krit performed a live concert at Revolution Live in Fort Lauderdale followed by a wind-down session at his after party at Club Play.
Kevin Durant took some time off from his summer playground basketball tour to celebrate his birthday at Club Play. The event was attended by most of his Oklahoma City Thunder teammates including James Harden, Eric Maynor, Serge Ibaka, and former Miami Heat player Daequan Cook. NBA veterans Antoine Walker, Nazr Mohammed and James Posey were also in the house.
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