The Divas really do come out after dark…
Mary Ann Robinson stood in the Michael’s On East Courtyard with a giant feathery boa almost as long as she is tall, and quite reminiscent of “Black Swan,” draped over her arm.Inside the ballroom was Gloria Moss, who was busy shifting a bright pink boa across her shoulders.
The two women, along with a ballroom full of other guests, such as Eric Cross, Scott George, Ronald Moser, Michael Cuffage, Natalie Gundrum, Janet and John Hunter — and let’s not forget the divas themselves — Lindsay Carlton, and M — attended Divas After Dark Presents “Burlesque. Ron Carter and Jimmy Neal co-chaired the event, which benefits the Community AIDS Network.
If BT had to give an award to the two best-dressed people at the event, it would go to Roland Moser and Nati Shabat. The red pant-blue pant combo was almost too sexy for words. And the blazers… now, if they could just start an image consulting business for Sarasota’s male population…
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- Reminds me of the fairy tale with the king and the funny pants .
5 Somewhere Over The Rose
8:00 pm - 9:00 pm
18 Sarasota Orchestra: Chamber Series
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
18 Chamber Soirees: Flute
12 Chamber Soirees: Clarinet
Instructor jazzes up routine
The East County’s Sue Encke, a jazzercise instructor, recently attended the annual Jazzercise Live event in Washington, D.C., along with more than 1,500 other customers and instructors from across the world.
Tiny Hands supports students
The Tiny Hands Foundation, with the help of more than 200 volunteers, will fill 1,500 backpacks with school supplies for children in need from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Aug. 2, at the Boys and Girls Club of Sarasota, 3100 Fruitville Road, Sarasota.
Fund begins wreath sales
The Taylor Emmons Scholarship Fund, established in honor of former Out-of-Door Academy student Taylor Emmons, is at it again.