Isn't that Rich?
I was at my usual banquette table at Cipriani catching up with my dear friend and fellow gala charity chair, an impossibly blond and glamorous socialite. She looked up, over her grilled salmon and leeks. “Do you have anyone for my friend Leanne? Her divorce just became final.”
I recalled a lithe brunette who looked good in Lilly, making the rounds of the Hamptons charity cocktail circuit along with her pint-sized now-ex-husband.
The New Orleans Times Picayune won praise by battling crippling conditions to cover the horrors of Hurricane Katrina. But the challenge and glory of meeting deadline under assault from a hurricane is not just for respectable broadsheets: Last week, Hurricane Wilma slammed into the home of American Media in Boca Raton, home of The Weekly Read More
BOCA RATON, Fla.—Bill Clinton could have delivered those 537 votes.
Though he was wan, soft-voiced and stiff from heart surgery, the former President’s two appearances here in South Florida served as a reminder of his potency as a campaigner. Al Gore, who lost by that narrow margin here in 2000, kept Mr. Clinton at arm’s Read More
My grandmother, Alma, of Washington, D.C., and Boca Raton, Fla., believes that it is choice that has prevented me from becoming a supermodel. Ditto neurosurgeon. Ditto musical prodigy, prima ballerina, best-selling author. And it’s really important to her that I have everything: good haircuts, good shoes, enough calcium in my diet.
What she’d really like Read More