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Paley Center for Media’s inaugural Paley Honors Luncheon; Museum of Arts and Design’s annual gala; The Society of Memorial Sloan Kettering’s Associates Committee Valentino Host The Fall Party; The National Committee on American Foreign Policy’s 2017 Dinner Gala.
No Holds Barred. Blair Sabol comments on the Harvey Effect and her own experience of living in Hollywood amongst the movers and the shakers.
Liz Smith and Denis Ferrara: Always Appreciating the Great Constance Ford . And, Finally Appreciating Adam Sandler?!
Multiple events and galas are filing the week’s calendar including as well as Charlotte Moss’ new clothing line for IBU debuting at a reception with more than 200 attending.
New York Restoration Project’s annual Hulaween benefit; The Boys’ Club of New York’s 69th Annual Fall Dance; Jay Heritage Center’s Young Preservationists hosted JAY DAY 2017.
Schulenberg’s Page, New York – Los Angeles. Bob goes home to spend time with family and home friends both in L.A. and in Fresno.
Benefits for the better community this week in New York: the BCA in Greenwich, the NYSPCC in New York, and REACH prep in Stamford, bring out a bevy of support and supporters.
The Breast Cancer Alliance 22nd Annual Luncheon and Fashion Show Raises Over $1,400,000 in its Commitment to Improving Survival Rates and Quality of Life for Those Affected by Breast Cancer.
Liz Smith and Denis Ferrara: Turner Classic Movies — Providing An Endless Stream of Entertainment . Our Current State of Weariness/Wariness . George Michael — Somebody to Love . Music, MTV, and Madonna.
Last night’s annual Library Lions 2017 black tie dinner at the Library honoring Tom Brokaw, Michael Chabon, Carla Hayden, Colson Whitehead and Robert Wilson.
The Irish Georgian Society’s New York Gala Dinner; The 11th Annual Moving Families Forward Gala Benefiting The Ackerman Institute for the Family; Brain Behavior Research Foundation 30th Anniversary Celebration and International Awards Dinner.
Big Old Houses. With John Foreman we re-visit the home of Mark Twain in Hartford, evoking the wit and wisdom of Samuel Clemens, now a national treasure.