2010 Parties
Listing 26-30 of 192

On Wednesday, November 10th, Philadelphia magazine and PA Wine & Spirits presented the Seventh Annual Philadelphia Whiskey Festival at the Ballroom at the Ben. Guests tasted an elite collection of fine spirits including whiskey, bourbon, scotch, tequila, vodka and more. The evening also featured an exclusive tasting of Remy Martinís Louis XIII Cognac for 19 lucky guests who were taken to the SugarHouse Casino Lounge to enjoy gourmet desserts and Melitta coffee paired with Tres Leches Triple Cream Liqueur. The event was sponsored by SugarHouse Casino, Melitta and KYW. Proceeds from the event benefited SafeHome Philadelphia. Photography by Jessica Vermeer Hawkes.
 
On Thursday evening, November 4, 2010, at the Hyatt at the Bellevue in Center City Philadelphia, Mayor Michael Nutter and Governor Edward G. Rendell joined families and supporters from the Academy in Manayunk for the annual AIM for the Stars Gala to honor Congressional candidate and former Philadelphia Eagle Jon Runyan; renowned author, parent of a child with learning differences, and great granddaughter of Henry Ford, Anne Ford; and Co-Founder of Philadelphia Schools Partnership, Michael OíNeill for their leadership in education and literacy for children who learn differently.
 
On Thursday, November 4, 2010, at the Bellevue, Suzanne Roberts, Rosemary Turner, Gilda Jean Louis, and Rusleykah Chevalier were honored to receive the 2010 Spectrum Awards.
 
On November 2, Philadelphia magazine's Restaurant Club hosted its final event of the year. Presented by Lexus, the event was held at Jose Garcesí latest restaurant venture, JG Domestic. The night featured outside car display for the Lexus ES and the Lexus RX, delicious food and wine pairings, an appearance by Jose himself, and Philadelphia magazine's food editor Kirsten Henri. Photography by Jessica Vermeer Hawkes
 
As a grand finale to Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Grammy Award-winning singer Harry Connick Jr. performed at Philadelphia's famed Academy of Music on Saturday, October 30. Breastcancer.org serves those affected by breast cancer by helping them better understand complex medical information, guiding them through their medical and emotional journey, and connecting them with an empathetic, supportive peer community. Proceeds from Rock the Ribbon help fund enhancements to Breastcancer.org's current online content and expand its reach. Breastcancer.org is the top online resource for breast health and breast cancer information and support, with more than 6,000 pages of expert-reviewed information and a robust, dynamic peer support community. A nonprofit organization, Breastcancer.org receives more than 8 million visits each year. Photography by Jeff Fusco
 
Previous Page 1|2|3|4|5|6|7|8|9|10|...|39 Next
 
    Your Email

    Your Name

    Party Details

    Enter the characters you see in the image below
    Visual CAPTCHA

     
     

    To view this page, you must be using Internet Explorer 7 or higher. Please visit microsoft.com for more information.