Barry Gibb – Trump – Amy Rosenberg

DRI supporter Barry Gibb

Barry Gibb to Give Private Concert at Love & Hope Ball

Thirty-five years ago, the first Love and Hope Ball made its indelible mark on the South Florida social scene, creating an extraordinary evening for its guests, and setting a standard of elegance and excitement that continues to delight and surprise its audience.

Certainly, that tradition will continue this year as Love and Hope celebrates a milestone anniversary with an intimate evening with Barry Gibb. To be held on Saturday, February 14, at the Westin Diplomat Resort & Spa in Hollywood and benefiting the Diabetes Research Institute (DRI), this rare concert experience provides guests with the complete Valentine’s Day package.

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Unicorn Children’s Foundation’s “The Fabulous You!”

Event chairs Renata Moulavi (left) and Joanne Gabay (right) with Donald Trump

The Fabulous You, a fundraising event benefiting the Unicorn Children’s Foundation, was held December 5, 2008 in Palm Beach. Donald J. Trump – whose wife Melania served as honorary chairperson – made an appearance, lured by the “buzz” among the Mar-a-Lago staff over the transformation of the elite venue into a chic nightclub atmosphere.

Event chairs Joanne Gabay and Renata Moulavi welcomed UCF patrons and friends to an unforgettable evening. “The event was a departure from the world-renowned Galas the organization is so well known for, but was very well received,” reported Mrs. Moulavi. “Patrons raved for days afterward about the great season-opening party at Palm Beach’s premier venue.”

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Artistically Social: Amy Rosenberg’s Arts Recap

Ellen Marchman, Aaron Resnick and Stacey Glassman at the New World Symphony VIP after-party

Amy Rosenberg is an attorney and arts and environmental advocate who founded the Arsht Center’s young patrons group and is the co-founder of the environmental non-profit organization Dream in Green. Amy is a member of Art Basel’s Junior Host Committee and sits on the boards of LegalArt, the Funding Arts Network, New World Symphony’s executive committee and the Florida Association for Women Lawyers.

Even a stretch of freakishly cold January weather could not stop Miami’s legion of arts fans from turning out in full force for some of the season’s most inspired and offbeat cultural experiences.

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