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 might have missed around Miami. It's impossible to be everywhere, but hey, we can try to keep our Eyes on Miami.
Wednesdays at Bâoli Miami: Celebrations at the My Boyfriend's Out of Town party had guests jumping on tables for thrills at Bâoli.
Q&A The Deed Premiere: Real-estate developer, serial entrepreneur, and dog lover are a few ways to describe New Orleans native Sidney Torres IV. Known for his innovative businesses practices at SDT Waste & Debris and FQ Task Force and his astronomical gains in real-estate development, Torres has taken his talents to television with CNBC’s The Deed. The show features Torres as an investment guru saving failing investors from financial demise.
Caroline D Amore and Saint Clair at Skam Fridays at Wall: Friday was a night of rowdy celebrations as Saint Clair celebrated her birthday with an appearance by actress and fellow DJ Caroline D Amore at Wall.
Rockwell Celebrates First-Anniversary Weekend With Wiz Khalifa: Friday night, Wiz Khalifa was the star, spicing up Rockwell with an epic performance. The crowd was as rowdy as ever while greeting Wiz back to the 305.
Tyson Beckford at Heat vs. Cavaliers: The Miami Heat demolished the Cleveland Cavaliers while fans were demolishing the dance floor at Hyde AA Arena.
CeeLo Green at Ora Saturdays: Here’s to another epic Saturday night spent at Ora, where special guest CeeLo Green turned the party up to full hype.
21 Savage at Story: Story had the ladies dropping it low as 21 Savage tore the club apart with his set.
Veuve Clicquot Carnaval 2017: For the third year, Veuve Clicquot welcomed 3,000 Miamians, celebrities, and influencers to beautiful Museum Park to celebrate the international festivities of Carnaval. The glamorous crowd enjoyed a day of traditional Carnaval entertainment, fare from some of Miami’s favorite food trucks, and Veuve Clicquot champagne in support of the event’s beneficiary, Pérez Art Museum Miami. Always a star-studded event, Veuve Clicquot Carnaval was hosted by Adriana Lima and attended by Ana de Armas, Eiza González, Karolina Kurkova, Daniela Botero, Tyson Beckford, Eugenio Siller, Rocky Barnes, Francisco Lachowski, Gabriel Coronel, Natalie Suarez, Emanuela de Paula, Adam Gallagher, Asiyami Gold, Amelia Ochoa, Elisa Ochoa, Christian Bendek, Harley Viera Newton, DJ Rascal, and many others.
2 Chainz' Official “I’m Getting Rich Tour” Afterparty With Lil Wayne and Mack Maine at LIV on Sunday: It was a party to remember as 2 Chainz, alongside Lil Wayne and Mack Maine, celebrated his official “I’m Getting Rich Tour” with a wild afterparty at LIV.
Meek Mill and Tory Lanez at Ransom Mondays at Mokai: There was no telling it was a Monday with all the bottles being held in the air, as partygoers spread cheers to special guests Tory Lanez and Meek Mill at Mokai.
MFF's Hot Girls Wanted: Turned On Red Carpet at Regal South Beach: Former Miami Herald writer Jill Bauer and former staff photographer Ronna Gradus teamed up with writer/actor/filmmaker Rashida Jones to create a new Netflix series, Hot Girls Wanted: Turned On, that spins off from their feature documentary Hot Girls Wanted (2015), which was set in South Florida. Hot Girls Wanted: Turned On is an anthology series whose episodes examine different aspects of the intersection of sex and technology and how internet pornography and social media have changed us in the 21st Century. This special Miami Film Festival preview featured the episode "Women on Top," directed by Jones, which looks at the idea of feminist pornography. The screening was followed by an extended conversation with Jones, Bauer, and Gradus discussing what they’ve learned over the past ten years of covering modern-day sexuality.
Ocean Drive Magazine Celebrates the March Edition of “The List” at Sugarcane Raw Bar Grill: Ocean Drive magazine hosted a VIP event celebrating the March edition of “The List.” The event took place at the midtown eatery Sugarcane, drawing more than 150 South Florida influencers and luminaries. Guests were treated to specialty cocktails courtesy of Cruzan Rum while savoring culinary staples from Sugarcane's menu. The guest list included Ocean Drive editor Jared Shapiro and publisher Courtland Lantaff; Giovanny Guitierrez of Chat Chow TV; and “The List” honorees Zac Courtney, Galia Pennekamp, Greg Shapiro, Nicole Gotwols, Stephanie Cardelle, Maya Rubalcaba, and DJ Rascal.
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