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The Lady in Red Goes (Ever)Green

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Lee Fryd attends the 30th anniversary of the Lady in Red gala in Palm Beach where they raised $2 million; and tells the story of an amazing woman who raises people up... READ MORE
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Dancers on Point and Blooms in Focus

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Lee Fryd struts to a luncheon for Youth America Grand Prix at The Colony Hotel before strolling the Garden Club of Palm Beach’s “Blooms in Focus” Flower Show at the Four Arts... READ MORE
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Schulenberg’s Page: Coming and going with Lennon, Streisand and Picasso

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Bob takes us back to the '70s in New York where there’s the nightclubs, amateur filmmaking, Streisand’s dress (when she was 19), and no John Lennon. ... READ MORE
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No Holds Barred: The Comfort Zone!

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Blair Sabol talks “rules,” fashion and otherwise, and how they no longer exist, but still finds some inspiration in the mix... READ MORE
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Mérida, Mi Amor

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Barbara Hodes takes a break from her shopping tours and heads to the Yucatán to visit Mérida, known to many as the Paris of Mexico... READ MORE
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The Luncheon That Inspires

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Karen Klopp and Hilary Dick share the important work of The New York Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children in advance of their annual Spring Luncheon... READ MORE
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Tom Wolfe and Me, Part III

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George Gurley completes his admiration and awesomeness of the writer by interviewing some attendees of the Palm Beach screening of "Radical Wolfe" who knew the man who evoked so much for his readers and his friends... READ MORE
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Tom Wolfe and Me, Part II

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Part II of George Gurley’s lifelong journey getting to know his idol through the Tom Wolfe papers at the New York Public Library... READ MORE
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Tom Wolfe and Me, Part I

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George Gurley revisits his memories of Tom Wolfe, who for George "had cracked all the codes." Part I... READ MORE
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Jill Krementz Photo Journal: Celebrating World Theatre Day

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Jill Krementz celebrates World Theatre Day on March 27th with a galaxy of playwrights. Jill's favorite Broadway play these days is “Appropriate” by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins, which she hopes will win its author a much deserved Tony on June 16th... READ MORE
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No Holds Barred: Looking for Luxe in All the Wrong Places

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Blair Sabol is looking for Luxe in all the wrong places and portends that Luxe just may be coming to an end... READ MORE
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Rachel Hovnanian — An Artist Living in the Light

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Lee Fryd goes “Beyond the Hedges” at Rachel Hovnanian’s newest series of paintings recently unveiled at Palm Beach’s County Gallery... READ MORE

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