Party Photos & Links: Flower Show Black Tie Party – Salt N Pepa Sing Cheer for CHOP – GLBT at the Flower Show – LINKS

The weather did not stop me or party goers from hitting all of the hottest parties in town..

The Flower Show Black Tie Party and After Party

check out my Philly Mag column here, which just published Wednesday. It was an epic party and took a bit of time to write and edit.
Cheers for CHOP Featuring Salt-N-Pepa

At one point during their concert Salt  N Pepa pulled two guys up on
stage. One guy Tom Gillin, a 19-year-old cancer patient at The
Children’s Hospital of
Philadelphia, who created a video chronically his hair loss called “Bald
So Hard” to raise awareness of
pediatric cancer. Also pulled up on stage was Michael Steinberg, CBS Radio, and die hard Salt N Pepa fan. 
For more photos, lots of mainline peeps, and story go to my Philly Mag Column. 
  Launch Party for LXR&Co at Century 21
 Stylish folks braving the cold and snow, for bargins on Birkins and Heremes. Check out the full
story over at PhillyMag – The Scene
The Gays and friends Invade the Flower Show for GPhilly’s party
 OITNB – Fashion blogger Ian Crumm is starting the new colorful hats indoor look. Krystal Souvanlasy – Assistant Executive Director of South Street Headhouse.

 Bridget Foy’s specialty pop corn

 Yum Cupcakes and cake pop – Vanilya Bakery.
 Seriously this is called Tippy Cow cocktails
The reason I thought the gal on the left was Liza Minnelli, was because Judy Garland never looked so good.  Check out more of G Philly at the Flower Show here.

A few placements in media this week.


Thanks to Jenny DuHuff for mentioning me in her first PhillyGossip column in the Daily News.

Hip-hop dynamic duo does some good

At one point during their Friday-night “Cheers for CHOP” performance
at the Valley Forge Casino (1160 1st Ave., King of Prussia), Salt-N-Pepa pulled two guys on stage to grind with them, Philly Chit-Chat’s HughE Dillon told me.
One of them – 19-year old Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia patient Tom Gillin – was made Internet-famous last year with “Bald So Hard,” a song parody based on the phrase “Ball so Hard” from Jay Z‘s “Empire State of Mind.”
“Bald” referenced his chemotherapy-related hair loss. Its aim was to raise awareness of pediatric cancer.