"Baby Steps" takes a giant stride, as Senator Sheldon Whitehouse and state Senate President Teresa Paiva Weed honored the organization at the terrace of Marble House. Founders of the program Dr.Charles Shoemaker and Linda Finn joned the celebration.
Coming up: The Anthony Quinn Foundation Awards, which recognize brilliance in performance and creativity. Young and outstanding artists were honored in its recent ceremony in Bristol, and actor Edward James Olmos was presented with the second Lifetime Achievement Award. And the fabulous Wine & Food Festival is in town.
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Seen In Newport
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The Grand Voyage, The Preservation Society’s Summer Gala, Honors History of Yachting and Seafaring Adventure
"The Grand Voyage" of the Preservation Society was a time travelog back to both the The Gilded Age and its early twentieth century evolution to lavish steam yachts, which traveled the globe full of Vanderbilts and society friends. ... more »
“Enchanted Evening" Gala Celebrates Child & Family’s 150th Anniversary
It was anything but rough at Rough Point, the late Doris Duke's exquisite oceanfront estate, for the 150th Anniversary celebration off Child & Family Services, attended by over 250 guests, and raising $100,000 for the agency's work. ... more »
Garden Party Blooms at the Redwood Library
David Thalmann, Bonnie Matheson, and Ruth Buchanan
The Redwood Library &Athenaum’s continuing prominence in the intellectual life of Newport was celebrated at its annual elegant, genteel Garden Party. ... more »
Hopping from Yacht to Yacht to Aid Boys & Girls Clubs
The magnificent yachts on display at the third annual Super Yacht Rendezvous were hospitable hosts to 350 barefoot guests, who partook of libations and hors d’oeuvres while ooohing and aaahing over the magnificent vessels and their elegant interiors and impressive engineering, all to benefit the Boys & Girls Club of Rhode Island ... more »