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Eyes on Miami: Anitta, Lele Pons, Blond:ish, and Others

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It is not easy having eyes throughout the spectacle, being around to take in all the wild visuals at all the rewarding places in the city. There are, however, those celebrations and gallery openings in which a lucky photographer can take and point. Every week, in cooperation with World Red Eye, New Times provides you with a solid recap of all the recent adventures you have missed around Miami. It is not possible to be anywhere, but, hey, we can try to keep our thoughts on Miami.On Sunday night, the Miami Symphony Orchestra hosted their very first public concert, that the”New Beginnings Concert – Salute the Heroes” at the historic Biltmore Hotel in Coral Gables, featuring uplifting and healing music played by The Miami Symphony and conducted by Maestro Eduardo Marturet, with a unique performance by increasing pop star and actress producer Emilio Estefan’s protege Yailenys Perez.

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On Monday night, Brazilian pop-star Anitta celebrated her birthday at David Grutman’s Swan, where Winnie Harlow and Lele Pons were spotted joining in on the sidewalk.

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Miami Music Week has been in full effect on Friday night for”The Journey” presented by Soundtuary.

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Baoli closed out Miami Music Week on a high note with an insane collection from Blond:ish that electrified the crowd and had them dancing all night long.

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The Adrienne Arsht Center hosted an intimate performance by multi-Grammy Award-winning pianist Gonzalo Rubalcaba and Grammy Award-winning Cuban vocalist Aymee Nuviola on Saturday, March 20.

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Don Papa Rum, the initial small-batch super-premium rum from the Philippines and ice cream purveyor Aubi and Ramsa hosted an exclusive outdoor launching party at Aubi and Ramsa’s new Wynwood place on Thursday, March

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Omar’s La Boite is attracting to Miami its unique NYC supper club experience and presents Omar’s La Plage.
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The Market at Miami Design District will be something to anticipate each Sunday, attracting unique local companies and live entertainment collectively for the Miami neighborhood to enjoy.

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On Friday evening, TheArsenale hosted a private compilation of their Tarform Luna Cafe Racer at their showroom in the Design District.

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Superblue, the groundbreaking new venture dedicated to producing, presenting, and engaging audiences with experiential art, will start its first highly-anticipated center this April from Miami’s Allapattah area around from the Rubell Museum.

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Living Room at W South Beach welcomed guests Thursday night for an intimate and relaxing evening beneath the Miami sky.

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Guests led to Marion on Thursday night for a one-of-a-kind soiree at the Brickell hotspot.

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Partygoers led to Villa Azur on Thursday night for an epic night full of dancing and drinking in the outdoor courtyard.

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Fridays nights at the Gramercy would be the ideal means to start the weekend, as the new American Brasserie provides a grand and lively atmosphere fit for weekend festivities.

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Patrons joined with their day drinking squad for some cocktails and shopping.

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On Saturday night, Hook N Sling took on the decks at 1990 Club for Miami Music Week and had the crowd raging all night until the early morning hours.

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See Lauderdale and the Bermuda Tourism Authority are combining their nautical advantages in a new venture,”Go at which the Yachts Proceed,” made to elevate equally destinations’ covetable yachting lifestyle and boost tourism recovery. Rather than competingthe destinations have been reiterating that vessels can leave one place and cruise into the other at different days of the year.

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B was spotted at the new Wynwood hotspot, Pilo’s Tequila Garden, on Wednesday night where he hopped on the mic for a surprise performance that got the crowd hyped up.

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