2003 Parties
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MANNA (Metropolitan Aids Neighborhood Nutrition Alliance) held its supremely popular fundraiser, ChefAID, on Sunday, April 13th at the Ritz-Carlton. Area chefs such as Thien Ngo of Fork, Owen Lee of Cibucan, Eric Hall of La Campagne, and Robert Fratticcioli to name just a few. One of MANNA's founders, Robert Bennett of Miel Patisserie provided a gorgeous and delicious dessert table – complete with bubbling chocolate fountain!
 
Philadelphia Magazine and the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board presented their annual Winefest Grand Tasting at the Hyatt Regency at Penn's Landing, much to the delight of hundreds of tasters. Major international vineyards poured generous tastes of wine for area oenophiles, sommeliers, and well-known Philadelphians. Firstrust Bank, Bucks County Coffee Co., Lexus, and Viking Range Corporation were generous sponsors. In all, the Wine Festival events raised a grand total of over $20,000 for the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts.
 
These are the women of the Philadelphia Liberty Belles football team. Yes, full contact – it's the real thing and they play hard! The Belles gathered at E.Y. Toads bar and restaurant in Conshohocken to meet their adoring public and kick off the season. While they did not wear their ball gowns to Toads, the Belles had a ball, signing autographs, eating hot wings, and posing for our camera. You can find their season schedule at www.philadelphiabelles.com Good luck Belles!
 
Neil Stein (you've heard of him, right?) celebrated ten years in the restaurant biz at the big fish, Striped Bass, with about 500 of his closest friends and most valued customers. The shrimp in the shrimp cocktail were as big as lobster tails, the cake was 3 feet high, the ice sculpture was, well, very cold and very big, and the champagne flowed liberally, just the way we like it. Plus, the proceeds from the donation-requested tickets were donated to the Variety Club – a most worthy cause.
 
Emperors, Caesars, senators, and citizens came to the University of Pennsylvania Museum's gala, The Romans Are Coming! on the Ides of March, 2003 AD at the museum. Crowns of Laurel leaves were handed out at the door, while incoming guests were surprised by a costumed Roman guard taming the ‘lions' (safely hidden behind a screen. The invitations committee asked people to wear togas, but stated that Black Tie attire was also acceptable.
 
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