The Miami Dolphins didn’t dominate the Las Vegas Raiders on the scoreboard like some had hoped would happen, but their defense was up to the challenge and led the team to a victory in week eleven regardless.
The biggest contributor was cornerback Jalen Ramsey.
Ramsey nabbed two acrobatic interceptions against Raiders rookie quarterback Aidan O’Connell including the game sealing pick with the clock winding down and Las Vegas driving deep into Miami territory.
Miami Dolphins Week Eleven MVP – Jalen Ramsey
When the dust settled, Ramsey was targeted seven times, yet only gave up two receptions for 23 yards. He had a pass breakup in addition to his two picks.
Although the All-Pro has only suited up for Miami three times due to an offseason knee injury that required surgery, he still leads the squad with three interceptions on the year. Ramsey has been Miami’s best defensive back since taking the field in the aqua and orange, and his addition has boosted the Dolphins defense to one of the best in the NFL.
Hopefully he can continue to take the ball away from opposing offenses en route to more victories for Miami this season.
MIAMI (WSVN) – A South Florida hospital had a day of holiday fun for its youngest patients.
The Christine E. Lynn Rehabilitation Center in Miami hosted a holiday party, Thursday morning.
The event celebrated how far the children have come during their stay.
The young patients got to meet Santa Claus and enjoy activities such as face painting and coloring pictures.
Parents Jessica and Mohammed Jarra said their daughter has made remarkable progress.
“She’s been coming here since she was 5 months, so we’ve seen the progress,” said Jessica, “so being able to be with other kids, with her therapists in a different environment is really nice.”
“As parents, we’re doing our best to be able to raise her well, but obviously, when she comes here as well, each and every therapist who has contributed to make her who she is today is definitely a very great thing,” said Mohammed.
The children also got to take a ride on a life-size Polar Express train.
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The intersection of fashion and art takes center stage at Art Basel Miami 2023, with a lineup of events and collaborations to redefine the experience. From December 5 to 10, events filled with art from artists from around the world are on display in all forms. From digital creations to remarkable installations, to items from renowned designers and fashion products like watches and exclusive drops and collaborations from fashion brands, Art Basel Miami 2023 is bringing multidisciplinary design to the forefront.
Besides the great artworks, you can expect collaborations from artists with brands like Billionaire Boys Club, who tapped Daniel Arsham to revive a BBC staple with the Bronzed Eroded AstronautRelic. Other fashion brands show up, with Dion Lee opening its Miami flagship location on the 8th, and Art Week participants with more robust plans fill the Art Basel Miami agenda.
Art Hearts Fashion starts a four-day extravaganza from December 7 to 10, promising a whimsical journey celebrating creativity, fashion, and art. The event aims to celebrate creativity, fashion, and art during the world’s largest global art festival. The festivities promise a whimsical journey that transcends the ordinary, embracing the magic of fashion, art, and imagination.
The enchanting saga begins on December 7 at Fabel Miami Rooftop, where For the Stars Fashion House by Jacob Meir, known for dressing A-list celebrities like Nicki Minaj, Jennifer Lopez, Akon, and more, will unveil a new collection in thought-provoking couture ensembles. The event, featuring a VIP dinner party and fashion show under the stars, is set to take place at 9 pm.
On December 8, the journey continues at Kiki on The River, with a riverside odyssey of boho-chic marvels. Runway shows from Lila Nikole, Mister Triple X, Black Tape Project by Drakhan Blackhart, and Pink Melon Swimwear will be featured in an atmosphere where Greek food and fashion will be the theme.
The finale will unfold on December 9 at High Bar at Dream South Beach Rooftop/Naked Taco. The sleek 70s-inspired rooftop pool lounge overlooking South Beach will host runway shows from Morfium Fashion, Love For Upcycling which has previously been shown at Miami Swim Week The Shows 2023, and Richerette by Club Kid Richie Rich.
Members of the Rage, the ready-to-wear design venture founded by Kid Cudi, are partnering with Istituto Marangoni Miami for Art Basel and Miami Design Week 2023. A pop-up and a panel discussion featuring Kid Cudi and Laure Hériard Dubreuil, the Founder and Creative Director of The Webster, moderated by Keanan Duffty, explore the topics of creativity and originality in the presence of enthusiasts.
As part of the celebration of art, Kid Cudi has been honored with an honorary Master’s degree in Fashion and Luxury Brand Management. The pop-up showcases the Members of the Rage AW23 Collection from December 4, until well after Art Basel has fled the Miami South Beach area, on the 15th.
Trouble Andrew collaborates with Vintage Frames, transforming VF Miami into the Bodega-style art installation Underground Snax. PATRÓN will be the exclusive spirit featured at the event. These frames designed in its cigarette details, capture the cool of Miami and express that cross section where the artistic hand can enhance everday fashion.
Additionally in the fashion accessory category, a new limited edition Hublot Big Bang Unico Magic City is revealed during Art Basel. Hublot’s in-house Unico HUB1280 movement is highlighted by its impressive features. The movement, with a power reserve of 72 hours, boasts an “open heart” design, showcasing intricate skeletonization for a visually striking and exceptional aesthetic associated with the Hublot name.
Hublot unveils a limited edition Big Bang Unico Magic City at a special dinner under the Miami night ambiance. Ricardo Guadalupe Hublot CEO says, “This extraordinary watch is a celebration of Miami’s pulsating rhythm and serves as a testament to Hublot’s commitment to crafting unique timepieces that reflect the spirit of the exciting locales they draw inspiration from. Introducing the Big Bang Unico Magic City – a timepiece as vibrant as the Magic City itself.”
One of the most sought-after accessories was the Alexander McQueen skull design scarf. West Chelsea Contemporary, based in Austin, TX, is a museum offering world-class art in an interactive setting, partners with Holo Connects are assisting in bringing those designs to life.
Their participation in Art Miami Booth AM203 from December 5 to 11 will feature represented and blue-chip artists, including Gary James McQueen, a nephew of the famed designer. James McQueen was appointed head textile designer for the Alexander McQueen MRTW in 2005 and worked on the Chrome Skull artwork project in particular. The collaboration with Holo Connects adds an innovative dimension to the showcase, emphasizing the intersection of art and technology with a hologram digital artwork of 3D creations.
Water company and cereal collaborator with fashion, evian, and Coperni are hosting a lunch event at Soho House Miami, exploring design and creative collaborations during Art Basel. Timed to coincide with Miami Art Week and Design Miami, the event will feature a panel discussion centered on design and the impact of creative collaborations, like its water bottle design with the water company. Coperni’s Co-Founders, Arnaud Vaillant and Sébastien Meyer, will be joined by Lucille Moreau, Director of Culture and Experience at evian, and April Magen, VP of Global Partnerships at Design Miami.
Sports returns to Art Basel with the 2023 Abloh Skateboarding Invitational, organized in collaboration with Architecture c/o Virgil Abloh™. The event has gained prominence as a key skate gathering and will feature a “best trick” competition, a public free skate session, and a live DJ set to honor Virgil Abloh’s enduring impact on the skate community, through his fashion design and considerable artworks.
The four-day programming will commence with photographer Atiba Jefferson’s exhibition opening on December 6, showcasing his 25-year career’s work, highlighting Virgil’s friends and collaborators, and emphasizing Black voices in skate culture. As a dedicated day, “FREE GAME,” on December 10, will provide exclusive access to skateboarding leaders, including workshops, clinics, tutorials, training sessions, and discussions with global design, art, and skateboarding influencers.
MOOON.PARTY debuted the MetaBurnett Fashion Activation Event combining high fashion with innovation at Art Week 2023, at the Surfcomber Hotel in Miami. MOOON.PARTY’s commitment to pushing boundaries. MetaBurnett, led by visionary Emily Burnett, aims to transform the fashion landscape by converging music, art, technology, and fashion.
Renowned designer Romeo Hunte, along with Emuleos and Forever Lavi, will showcase diverse collections, reflecting the inclusive spirit of MOOON.PARTY. Emily Burnett’s MetaBurnett, with over 25 years in luxury fashion design, is redefining the interaction between fashion brands and consumers, emphasizing digital innovation and traditional fashion sensibilities. The unveiling of MetaBurnett’s digital wallet at MOOON.PARTY signifies a milestone in fashion history, symbolizing a new era of personalized, interactive fashion journeys.
In jewelry, Miansai launches the Art of Smoking Collection on December 7th, coinciding with Art Basel. This timeless collection features meticulously crafted replica pipes as an homage to the early 2000s, capturing the golden era of smoking accessories. The collection includes three iconic pieces known as The Pipe, inspired by traditional smoking accessories; The Apple, a tribute to resourcefulness and creativity; and The Can, symbolizing innovation and style. All pieces are made from 316 stainless steel, elevating Miansai’s raw objects through refined aesthetics, using top-quality metals, and leathers in multiple products, regularly.
BABOR skincare brand has collaborated with abstract artist Cevin Parker to present “Welcome to Dreamland” on display at Miami’s Art Basel. The event unveils BABOR’s limited edition Ampoule Serum Concentrates set, “The Art of Beauty Collection,” featuring Parker’s signature artwork. Designed for all skin types, the 14-day set aims to hydrate, revitalize, and rejuvenate the skin. The exclusive event attracts notable attendees including Brooks Nader who is a Miami Swim Week regular, Elsa Hosk, Lisa Hochstein, Devon Windsor, Karolina Kurkova, and more.
As art is still at the forefront of the Art Basel celebration, novel design emerges. Gateway, a company focused on the digital art experience in web3 culture, introduces Refik Anadol’s ‘Sense of Healing: AI Data Sculpture’ for the first time in the U.S., merging art and neuroscience. This software-based artwork stems from Anadol’s studio’s extensive research into creating meditative art based on neurological data. Additionally, Gateway will co-curate a digital art gallery with Christie’s, available for live auction on the Christie’s site.
LLADRÓ is celebrating 70 years creating decor, and making its debut in the art world with the introduction of its inaugural art collection at Art Basel Miami. The brand has a history of collaborations, having previously partnered with fashion icon Paul Smith. Collaborator Javier Calleja, a renowned contemporary artist with collaborations with brands like Vans, Hypebeast, and designer Mira Mikati, is also part of this significant project. The limited edition collection with the Spanish porcelain brand will be exclusively sold during Design Miami and showcased at John Marquez’s new gallery, Marquez Art Projects.
Lamborghini invites attendees to The Gallery, showcasing 60 years of motion artistry, featuring the unique Revuelto V12 hybrid super sports car. The highlight of the event is the unique Revuelto, crafted by the Ad Personam customization team, marking Lamborghini’s 60th anniversary. The Revuelto, the inaugural V12 hybrid super sports car, establishes a new standard in dynamic performance, and technological innovation, and embraces a new era of electrified driving pleasure.
Arlo Wynwood collaborates with ThankYouX for a rooftop mural, “Want to Be Reminded,” reflecting the artist’s prominence in the NFT space. The mural, set to grace the skyline of Arlo Wynwood at 2217 NW Miami Court, reflects ThankYouX’s prominence in the NFT space, seamlessly bridging the realms of traditional art and crypto. The artwork captures the vibrant energy of the city and intricately blends unique color schemes symbolic of both the hotel and its neighborhood. Open to the public on December 6 from 6-9 p.m., it’s one of many art exhibits happening around town.
Also on the agenda design studio RTFKT, who are known to design futuristic Nike sneaker iterations, are unveiling a collaboration at the intersection of crypto asset management and creative studio expertise. Bringing together Ledger’s global leadership in crypto asset management and RTFKT’s trailblazing creative studio, this partnership not only pioneers innovative education programs and collaborative drops. This also represents a harmonious blend of RTFKT’s creative ingenuity and Ledger’s Web3 security expertise.
Apart from what art is expected, many fashion brands are making a statement during the week-long art celebration. The confluence of art, fashion, and technology takes center stage, defining the narrative of Miami Art Basel 2023.
MIAMI BEACH, Fla. – A 24-year-old man who is accused of vandalizing a pro-Israel sign at a Miami Beach business was transferred Wednesday to the Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center, nearly a week after being arrested in Broward County.
Nour Abaido, of Coral Springs, was arrested last Friday and is facing a charge of criminal mischief with prejudice for damages over $200.
The hate crime happened in late October at Bagel Time Cafe, located at 3915 Alton Road in Miami Beach, just south of 41st Street.
The business had placed a banner up, stating “Bagel Time proudly stands with Israel.”
Police said Abaido was seen in the video exiting his vehicle after stopping in the middle of traffic, trying to take down the sign and then slashing it after he failed.
Authorities said he was caught on camera causing significant damage to the sign, which was valued at approximately $400.
Investigators are also searching for a woman who they said was caught on surveillance video vandalizing an Israeli and an American flag placed outside the same bagel shop earlier that week.
Police have not said if the two incidents are connected.
The public may report any suspected hate crimes in the county to the state attorney’s office by calling its “Hate Crime Hotline” at 786-687-2566.
Anyone with information on either case is also urged to call Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-8477.
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