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SOCIAL Manny: Episode 195
In the latest edition of Social Manny by Manny Hernandez we visit La Perla in Bal Harbour Shops, the Latin Songwriter's Hall of Fame La Musa awards at the Fillmore, the American Cancer Society luncheon and the Etro trunk show at Neiman Marcus Merrick Park, the Fashion Fights Cancer event at the Moore building and the Coca-Cola #SaborACasa Hispanic Heritage dinner at Crumb & Parchment in the Miami Design District, and Gingi Beltran's 50th birthday celebration at the Sacred Space Miami.
A Grand Gathering @ Behind the Magic
Gala chairs and committee members kicked off the 2016-2017 social season and celebrated SocialMiami’s 10th Annual Gala Guide at Behind the Magic's Gala Tablescape and Culinary Art Showcase. Supporters of many of South Florida’s top charities mingled amid the beautifully designed gala tables and enjoyed signature menu items provided by leading caterers. They socialized, talked "shop," and enthusiastically touted their upcoming special events.
Pictured: Zak Mann, Norma Quintero, Irene Korge, Raquel Watters and Ricky Patel
An Evening of Love, Bollywood Style
Guests of Big Brothers Big Sisters celebrated Bollywood-style way at the exciting Private Key Club in Wynwood Art District to commemorate the fifth anniversary of the Lori Brener Scholarship Fund. More than 200 enjoyed cocktails and a dinner buffet by Chef Les, bid on luxurious items in the silent auction and danced the night away to the sounds of Silent Revolution.
Pictured: The host committee for An Evening of Love, Bollywood Style
9th Annual PAMM Corporate Luncheon
At the Ninth Annual Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) Corporate Luncheon, presented by STARR Events, South Florida’s business community gathered to honor Cricket Taplin and The Sol Taplin Charitable Foundation with PAMM Corporate Honors. Taplin, a renowned philanthropist and art collector involved with numerous arts groups and charitable organizations, has played a fundamental role in the South Florida arts community for over 25 years.
Pictured: Franklin Sirmans, Jorge M. Pérez, Cricket Taplin and Aaron Podhurst