Eye on Miami: The Kardashian Clan, Estelle, and More

It's not easy having eyes all over the scene, being around to take in all the wild visuals at all the worthwhile places in the city. There are, however, those parties and gallery openings where a fortunate photographer can point and shoot. Every week, in collaboration with WorldRedEye, New Times brings you a solid recap of all the recent experiences you may have missed around Miami. It's impossible to be everywhere, but hey, we can try to keep our Eye on Miami.
April 20, Rudy Gay and Gabrielle Union at Heat vs. Hornets Playoff Game 2 – Hyde at the AA Arena
Rudy Gay, Gabrielle Union, Alexis Stoudemire, and Dwyane Wade Sr. were all spotted cheering on the Miami Heat against the Charlotte Hornets. The Heat came out on top 115-103.
April 20, Ocean Drive Magazine Celebrates April Issue With Cover Star Juanes at French 27
Ocean Drive celebrated its April issue with cover star Juanes, the two-time Grammy- and 21-time Latin Grammy-winning musician, singer/songwriter, and producer. The invitation-only event took place at French 27, the new culinary destination featuring contemporary French cuisine.
April 21, Lil Kim at Story
Story was on another level as the (original) queen bee herself, Lil Kim, came out to party.
April 21, #AudiQ7Drive305 x Alexander Mijares
The #AudiQ7Drive305 is a digital partnership between the Collection and World Red Eye. Insiders can get an up-close look at the all-new 2017 Audi Q7 through the eyes of three of Miami’s own. WRE spent the day with Local Artist Alexander Mijares, who gave a glimpse of the city behind the wheel of the newly arrived 2017 Audi Q7. 
April 21, Adrienne Arsht Center’s Tenth-Anniversary Gala Concert
As a highlight of its tenth season, the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts held a spectacular gala to celebrate a decade of artistic excellence and to pay tribute to its namesake and benefactor, Adrienne Arsht. The evening was hosted by Andy Cohen, Emmy-winning Bravo TV host, producer, and bestselling author.
April 22, Kourtney Kardashian Celebrates Her Birthday at Komodo
The stars were out to play at Komodo as Kim Kardashian West, Kanye West, Jonathan Cheban, A-Trak, Hulk Hogan, and many others celebrated the birthday of Kourtney Kardashian. Everyone was in town for the over-the-top wedding of Komodo, LIV, and Story nightclub owner, David Grutman.
April 22, Sundown Yoga and Meditation at 1 Hotel South Beach
It was Sundown Yoga and Meditation at 1 Hotel & Homes South Beach on Earth Day. The event paid homage to Mother Earth with an exclusive sundown meditation and vinyasa yoga session. The practice ended with a communal mosaic ceremony asking all to respect and love the Earth.
April 22, David Guetta, Kourtney Kardashian, Hulk Hogan, Michael Bay, DJ Carnage, and Cedric Gervais at Story
Following a star-studded birthday dinner at Komodo, Kourtney Kardashian, alongside friends Hulk Hogan, Michael Bay, DJ Carnage, and Cedric Gervais, took to Story to catch David Guetta rock the decks.
April 22, NOBE67 Grand Opening at White Dot Gallery
NOBE67 celebrated the opening of its fashion and art pop-up at White Dot Gallery in Wynwood with sounds by DJ YSL, specialty cocktails by Baby Jane Pop-Up Bar, and Afrohead Premium Aged Dark Rum.
April 23, David Grutman and Isabela Rangel Grutman’s Wedding at Wynwood Walls
Anyone who has visited LIV, Story, or Komodo knows that nightlife maven David Grutman is one to do it big. When it came to his own nuptials, “big” doesn’t even begin to describe it. Wynwood Walls was transformed into a stunning wedding haven last Saturday night as Grutman said “I do” to model Isabela Rangel. The star-studded guest list included Kanye and Kim Kardashian West, Scottie Pippen, Michael Bay, Elle Macpherson, Ryan Seacrest, and Hulk Hogan.
April 25,  Mase at Magnum Mondays at STK
Musician Mase joined partygoers at STK’s Magnum Mondays party.
April 25, Rick Ross at Rockwell Mondays
Rockwell was lit as Rick Ross took over the mike for a performance that had everyone going wild.
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