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.
Carlos Boozer at Jelly at Basement Miami: Former NBA star Carlos Boozer took a trip to explore Jelly last Wednesday at Basement Miami for a night of bowling.
Savoring Lovely Sights at Hyde Beach: Hyde Beach celebrated its fifth anniversary Thursday night with host Alexander Mijares, who revealed his art installation of the iconic poolside duck. The duck was deeply admired by guests who celebrated alongside with cocktails and snacks.
Winter Wonderland at Rockwell Fridays: Winter came to Miami early as things got icy at Rockwell and DJ Crespo kept it cool behind the decks.
Doheny Room Saturdays: Reid Waters came yet again to stir up the Doheny Room for another kickin’ Saturday night of letting loose to the tunes.
Fuggin Vapor Co. Celebrates World Vapor Expo Weekend 2017 at Ora: Ora was up in smoke as Fuggin Vapor Co. celebrated the World Vapor Expo Weekend 2017 Saturday night.
Komodo Saturdays: DJ Arkitekt showed that more was sizzling than just the kitchen Saturday night at Komodo and Komodo Lounge.
MadeinTYO at Story: Partygoers had to “Uber Everywhere” after MadeinTYO took Saturday by storm at Story.
Oak & Cane at Y100 Miami’s Electric Mackapoolooza at Fontainebleau: Oak & Cane took over the Arcadia pool at the Fontainebleau in celebration of this year’s Y100 Miami’s Electric Mackapoolooza. The new rum brand decked out its poolside cabana with fun surprises and free rum snow cones. Along with imbibing Oak & Cane’s award-winning rum, Mackapoolooza attendees watched headliners Cedric Gervais, CheatCodes, Madison Beer, and MØ.
Rick Ross at Ora: Ora hosted Sunday funday with Rick Ross, who welcomed all of Miami for a night of rowdy hangs.
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