Palm Beach Dramaworks set the festivities in motion for its upcoming gala with a cocktail reception on Jan. 10. Chairs Nancy and Gene Beard hosted and greeted guests at the First Republic Bank. Things will really roll on March 24, when guests head to the Kravis Center’s Cohen Pavilion to experience “Murder on the Orient Express.”The Cohen Pavilion will be decorated to capture the ambiance of the legendary, luxurious train celebrated in fiction and film.
Is there a more appropriate theme for an event benefiting a reproductive rights organization than The Birds and the Bees? Unless the other options are Write to Your Senator or maybe Get Out and Vote, then no. So The Birds and The Bees it was as the friends and supporters of Planned Parenthood turned out for the annual Palm Beach dinner dance. The event took place Jan. 11 at Club Colette.
Alex Gardega, the Via Amore mural artist who was killed by a subway train a few months back, made lots of friends during his two years in Palm Beach. One of them was Meghan Hurley, daughter of the late, and much-loved, Club Colette bartender Dick Hurley. “My mom, Sheila, and I befriended Alex at The Colony last year, and in the ensuing months, we became good friends,” she wrote. Meghan bought some of his art.
@Fahrenthold Were you there to see the first Miss Jerusalem on stage, rambling on about herself so much that a very drunk money guy climbed the stage to take the mic and was promptly tossed out by three security guards?
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