Over the Weekend - Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, Shine 3 Year Anniversary and Joe Jackson

What's up with the sudden chill? It ruined our plans to hangout poolside on Sunday with plenty of stiff drinks to go around. Well, the drinking still happened, but we were bundled up indoors.

The biggest news this weekend, of course, was the reopening of the Fontainebleau Hotel. Plenty of celebrities, including A-listers like Gwyneth Paltrow, Terrence Howard and P. Diddy, were all spotted in the Magic City over the weekend. And yes, plenty of F-listers like Kim Kardashian and Paris Hilton were here too spreading whatever venereal disease they are current suffering from.

But for those look for more of an intellectual kind of stimulation, there was always the Miami Book Fair International. Who are we kidding? Here is what you missed over the weekend:

Victoria's Secret Fashion Show at Fontainebleau Hotel

Ivon David Rojas

It was heaven at Fontainebleau this weekend as the Victoria's Secret Angels took over the newly reopened hotel for the retailer's annual fashion show. While we didn't get access to the fashion show itself, we still we able to capture the models' yacht arrival and hair and makeup rotations.

Shine 3 Year Anniversary

Logan Fazio

The Shelborne Hotel has always had one the beach's best kept secrets, Shine. The venue hosts some of the best DJs on a regular basis. This past weekend, the venue celebrated 3 years of bringing great EDM to Miami. Click here for the full slideshow.

Agent Orange at Churchill's Pub

Ben Thacker

Southern California surf-punk rockers Agent Orange stopped by Churchill's Pub for the second time this year. Click here for the full review.

Joe Jackson at the Fillmore Miami Beach

Legendary musician Joe Jackson gave great performance at the Fillmore Miami Beach, but it was opening act Thea Gilmore who piqued our interest. Click here for the full review.

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