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Sunday, December 4

DJ Khaled Birthday Celebration With Floyd Mayweather, Future, Fat Joe, Meek Mill, Nicki Minaj, Lil Wayne, & A$AP Rocky at LIV on Sunday: LIV on Sunday Art Basel edition was out of control as DJ Khaled celebrated his birthday with friends including Future, Fat Joe, Meek Mill, Nicki Minaj, Lil Wayne, Carnage, Skrillex, Tyson Beckford, Jim Jones, A$AP Rocky, and Jonathan Cheban.

Monday, December 5

Heineken “Save Your Seat” Campaign to Support Restoration of Miami Marine Stadium at Komodo: This year, Heineken committed to refurbishing Miami Marine Stadium with the help of its influential friends, who drove record-breaking interest in this cause. As a result, the City of Miami recently approved a $45 million bond to make rebuilding the stadium a reality. To thank them for their help, Heineken gifted David Grutman, DJ Khaled, Shanina Shaik, DJ Ruckus, Jonathan Cheban, Tyson Beckford, Elle McPherson, Peter Tunny, Cedric Gervais, Craig Robbins, Harmony Korine, and others with two seats pulled from the stadium, which they then shared with the world via Instagram, Snapchat, and other platforms.

Wednesday, December 7

Saks Fifth Avenue Bal Harbour Hosts Isra Shah of Ethan K Handbags: Saks Fifth Avenue Bal Harbour hosted Isra Shah, marketing and merchandising manager for Ethan K Handbags, at a reception in honor of Lauren Geduld and Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America. Guests enjoyed brunch bites and mimosas as they viewed the latest collection of custom and exotic handbags from Ethan K and shopped in a holiday gifting suite curated by Saks at Your Service stylist Kimmie Sussman-Bridges.

Thursday, December 8

Cash Cash at Just Dance at LIV: LIV was overflowing with partygoers ready to rage as Cash Cash took over the decks and provided nothing but a dope EDM set and high energy all night.

Courtney Love at Ricky’s: Singer Courtney Love joined partygoers in kicking back at the new South Beach hot spot Ricky’s on Thursday night.

Trina’s Birthday Celebration at Story: Thursday night was one for the books as the Diamond Princess, Trina, celebrated her birthday with a blowout bash at Story.

Friday, December 9

Seaspice Third Anniversary: You'd expect nothing less than an over-the-top affair to celebrate the third anniversary of Seaspice. VIPs, regular patrons, and Miami insiders, including Real Housewife Alexia Echevarria, came together to celebrate the occasion with bubbly by Dom Pérignon, Moët Hennessy, and Louis Roederer, passed hors d’oeuvres, and a special performance by two-time Latin Grammy-nominated musical sensation Adriana Lucía. The songstress performed her hits "Olvidarte es Imposible" and "Lleguaste Tu." After the show, guests continued the celebration while the DJ provided dance music well into the night. The evening celebrated a momentous milestone for the riverside hot spot that has welcomed the likes of Barbra Streisand, Beyoncé, Jay Z, David Beckham, Dwayne Johnson, Gloria Estefan, Marc Anthony, Dwyane Wade, and LeBron James.

Saturday, December 10

OMI at Ora: OMI stole the show Saturday night as he sang his hit single “Cheerleader” to partygoers at Ora.

Usain Bolt and Jermaine Dupri at Rockwell Saturdays: Usain Bolt and Jermaine Dupri joined revelers in turning up at Rockwell Saturdays.

Sunday, December 11

Wayne and Cynthia Boich, Jesse Palmer, and Matt Brooks Host Brunch Benefitting Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center at Bazaar Mar: Miami philanthropists Wayne and Cynthia Boich, TV personality Jesse Palmer, and Alchemy founder Matt Brooks joined forces for a cause with an exclusive brunch at chef José Andrés’ newest concept, Bazaar Mar at SLS Brickell. Guests including Lennar CEO Stuart Miller, Alonzo and Tracy Mourning, David Grutman, and Chris Paciello sipped Armand de Brignac champagne while enjoying a lavish brunch that featured delectable items from the famed chef’s new restaurant while coming together for a great cause. The event also featured flowers from Karla Events. The $5,000-per-couple brunch raised more than $100,000, with 100 percent of the proceeds benefiting Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center. Boich, Palmer, and Brooks presented a check to Dr. Stephen Nimer, the director of Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center.

Tuesday, December 13

Ocean Drive Magazine Celebrates the December Edition of “The List”Ocean Drive magazine hosted an exclusive cocktail celebration paying homage to the top influencers contributing to the ever-evolving scene in South Florida, who were included in the December edition of “The List.” The event took place at Seaspice, drawing more than 100 VIPs. List honorees and their like-minded guests enjoyed a beautiful evening on the river while sipping cocktails courtesy of Tito’s Handmade Vodka and savoring tastings from Kiki on the River.

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