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Over 2000 people attended the Arts and Business Council Awards at the Convention Center and, afterwards, were treated to a concert by the Bacon Brothers. The Ballroom was decked out in vivid purple, blue, and red and a long runway-type stage was set up in the middle of the room for award recipients to march down. Rennie Harris Puremovement Hip-Hop troupe put on a wild performance, spinning and springing all over the stage and even got the huge audience clapping along.
 
At the swanky new bar/nightclub, Denim, the Young America Political Action Committee, a non-partisan group of people in their twenties and thirties, held a cocktail party to meet candidates for City Council. Young activists and followers of city politics showed up to press the flesh and enjoy a couple of Denim's signature cocktails.
 
The Women's Committee of the Philadelphia Museum of Art held a unique event called Small Indulgences at the Union League of Philadelphia – a breakfast buffet with a lecture and presentation by famed event planner Renny Reynolds. After viewing slides of all the tres fabulous parties that Renny had created, the 200-plus women stampeded (delicately, of course) into the Union League's library, where more than 20 jewelry, clothing, handbag, and craft booths were set up for a morning of shopping.
 
If you've ever wanted to experience the glory of the stage, then The Young Friends of the Mann Music Center's dance party, called "Stand By Your Mann" was the place to be. After a swanky VIP winetasting, with wines and commentary on each, generously provided by Moore Brothers, the VIP's joined the rest of the crowd on the main stage for an elegant buffet dinner. Later, after hopping from carving station to bar, to make-your-own-sundae table, people waddled out to the dance floor to swing to the Eddie Bruce Orchestra. Eddie shows up at all the best places….
 
The Young Friends of the University of Pennsylvania's Museum threw their annual Bacchanalia Garden Party at, where else? – the garden of the Museum. The party attracted hosts of mostly 20-something sippers glad to be out of work. The weather cooperated despite a dreary forecast. We can't wait for summer to feel like summer!
 
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