PARTY PICTURES New York Junior League's 66th annual Winter Ball; The Orchestra of St. Luke's annual Gift of Music Gala; UN Women for Peace Association celebrates International Women's Day.
GUEST DIARY Schulenberg's Page, New York, Part CLII. It's 1969 and we've got a new President (Nixon) who has a new adviser (Kissinger), protests keep coming along, and Bob's got new spots and new characters to discover with his trusty sketchbook in tow.
PARTY PICTURES It's off and running; it's Asia Week New York which opened with a grand reception co-hosted by the Asian Art Department of the Metropolitan Museum and Asia Week New York. 45 galleries from Europe, Japan, Korea and the US have set up shop all over town through Saturday, March 24th.
GUEST DIARY Denis Ferrara: The Overture Begins — Renee Zellweger as Judy. Will Ovations Follow? Also — My Epic History With Homer. (Not the one who works in Springfield!)
PARTY PICTURES The Frick Collection's 19th annual Young Fellows Ball. This year's ball took place in partnership with ESCADA, and drew its theme from Paolo Veronese's monumental Choice Between Virtue and Vice.
GUEST DIARY No Holds Barred: Blair Sabol writes about living in a "world of too much" and decides to do something about it; in with the Hefty bags, out with the stuff. Hilarious; and ain't it the truth!
HOUSE Big Old Houses. We go back in time with John Foreman who takes us to Castle Hill, the RT Crana Estate in Ipswich, Massachusetts, designed by David Adler and built in 1928. A beauty.
SOCIAL DIARY St. Patrick's Day Weekend in New York. The Writing Center of Hunter College hosted their annual dinner celebrating its 8th Anniversary and honoring Gay Talese. Plus producers Bonnie Comley and Stewart Lane celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the theater dedicated in their honor.
PARTY PICTURES The Society of Memorial Sloan Kettering's Associates Committee's Annual Bunny Hop; The Randall's Island Park Alliance Fielding Dreams Gala; Alzheimer's Drug Discovery Foundation's Premiere Women's Luncheon in Palm Beach.
GUEST DIARY Denis Ferrara: Sharon Stone — The Quality of Her Mercy is Not Strained. (And How She Changed 25 to 60!)
SOCIAL DIARY St. Patrick's back in little ole New York; an energetic lunch at Michael's and a greaet Literacy Partners annual gala with a sweet and touching memorial to Liz and her co-founder Parker and Arnold.
PARTY PICTURES The Lehman College Art Gallery Museum in the Bronx hosted a reception in honor of their current art exhibit: "Tick Tock: Time in Contemporary Art."
GUEST DIARY Denis Ferrara: Traveling Through Time (Again) ... Burt Reynolds ... Seth Sikes and TCM's Star of the Month — La Liz!
ACROSS THE WORLD Palm Beach Social Diary. Augustus Mayhew attends the 20th Anniversary Red Hills International Horse Trials in Tallahassee. A beautiful complement to the Winter Equestrian Festival we ran on Monday.
GUEST DIARY Schulenberg's Page, New York Part CLI. Bob takes us on a photo and sketching tour of a young artist's daily (and nightly) life where he found a great career and an endlessly active and fascinating life.
SOCIAL DIARY Monday night's serenely beautiful evening at the annual Winter Ball to benefit the School of American Ballet. And Mary Hilliard's photo memories of the great Hubert de Givenchy who died at 91 last Saturday.
PARTY PICTURES Opening reception hosted by Mary Snow and Lionel von Richthofen for Ati Sedgwick's paintings at VFGI townhouse.
PARTY PICTURES The Perlman Music Program (PMP) held a spectacular concert and dinner at Kristy and Jim Clark's Palm Beach home.
PARTY PICTURES The Vienna Philharmonic Society presented The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra for over 100 guests; TADA! Youth Theater 2018 Gala; The Palm Beach Police Foundation's 12th Annual Policemen's Ball.
HOUSE With John Foreman, we revisit the Vale, the ancestral home of the Lyman family in Waltham, Massachusetts, completed in 1798 for Theodore Lyman, and owned and lived in by a descendant until 1951 when it was donated to Historic New England.
GUEST DIARY Denis Ferrara: Kim Novak ... Andrew Lloyd Webber ... "Jane the Virgin" ... Michael Caine says MeToo, too ... and Nikon celebrates 100 Years.
SOCIAL DIARY A lot of the social scene in New York was centered around art exhibitions and new works.
GUEST DIARY A Letter from Wellington: Writer Holly Peterson has been in Wellington, Florida where her daughter is competing in the longest and largest horse show, the Winter Equestrian Festival. And it's serious business for all competing.
PARTY PICTURES American Friends of Blerancourt Annual Dinner in Palm Beach; The Jewish Museum's 32nd Annual Purim Ball.
PARTY PICTURES French Heritage Society's Annual Palm Beach Gala Dinner.
GUEST DIARY Denis Ferrara: Can Oscar Night Be Saved? We Have a Few Thoughts — And Welcome Yours.