Emmy Winners, Gabe Eats, Celebrities in Town, Cake – Delicious Chit Chat

Emmy Winners, Celebrities in Town, Cake – Tasty Talk Chit Chat


I was wondering this morning, I wonder if Seattle is having an unusually sunny season as we are not. It was gorgeous over the weekend despite the sun. Yesterday I went to Boo at the Zoo. What a fun event. Photos will be published on Philly Voice and CBSPhilly today and I will have the links tomorrow along with additional photos for PhillyChitChat. Let’s see what is happening in Philly in another edition of HughE Around Town.
Congrats to Bianca Ryan, you’ll recall she won was the first winner of NBC‘s America’s Got Talent at the age of eleven. Since then she’s recorded a couple CD’s, appeared in movies, on the stage and finished her education. Now she’s back doing big things. In January she’s appearing in America’s Got Talent Champions. Read more about her here on her website, and book her. She can be reached here: Bianca Ryan – Bookings <bookings@biancaryan.com> 
Best news today, Classic Cake will be opening on Halloween in Suburban Station, 16th & JFK

I had dinner at Red Owl Tavern last week and it was delicious. I always have been a big fan of Red Owl Tavern, but now with  new Executive Chef Robert Surdam it’s really a place you need to go. I had the duck, and you know I love my duck. I can’t wait to go back and try more menu items, like this delicious candied treat called The Kitchen Sink. Check out more info on Philly Bite’s about what you can expect at Red Owl Tavern.

Speaking of candy, eye candy specifically, I hear
Gabe Kapler, Phillies, was at Davio’s yesterday where he enjoyed a Long Bone and 2 Over Easy eggs at the bar while watching football on a Sunday in Philadelphia.
You know it’s the height of the social season and I’m limited to covering client events. I was sad i could meet Laura, I mean Genie Francis at the Phila Inquirer aging event this weekend.

And doubly sad once again I couldn’t make it to the Women’s Conference again this year, but thousands of my friends did including one best friend, Sheila Hess here with Serena Williams.
I did make it to the Pink Tie Gala, raising funds for Komen Philadelphia. Natasha Brown and Jim Donovan did the MC honors. We grabbed a selfie in between moments at the mic, with his friend Joe. Cute couple alert.

Congrats to Sue Serio, Fox29 for being recognized at the MidAtlantic Emmy’s this past weekend.

Congrats to the team at NBCPhiladelphia for their Emmy “Breaking the Silence”. The silence being suicide awareness
program which I participated in, as many people did in Philly, and connected to the American Foundation of Suicide Awareness.

Speaking of Denise Nakano, and the NBC10 Philadelphia team are moving from the Bala Cynwyd Studios to the new Comcast Technology Center next week and begin broadcasting from there. They will truly be NBC10 Philadelphia now. You might recall I was the one who broke that story, even before the NBC reporters knew. It was the talk of twitter, and officials at first denied it was happening. And now it has. So excited to have my friends in town. Who I’ll see tonight as well when I cover the
inaugural event for the Vai Sikahema Foundation at the Pennsylvania Convention Center – Philadelphia, PA (Philly)

Celebrities spotted Nancy Pelosi stopped by Nicole Miller in the Bellevue to pick up a few pretty items. She was more than happy to pose with Sabrina Pray, GM at Nicole Miller Philadelphia.

On October 25, 2018 Nicole Miller Philadelphia is throwing a party:
An evening of fashion, art and philanthropy to raise money and awareness for women affected
by breast cancer. 10% of sales will be donated to Living Beyond Breast Cancer (lbbc.org), along with 100%
of the proceeds from our exclusive hot pink Nicole Miller umbrella, which retails at $45.
Meet artist Nataliya Yermolenko who is heavily influenced by fashion design and illustration. For this
capsule collection she explored the Power of Pink, what the colors means to us individually, emotionally
and how every October for breast cancer awareness month there is a element of unity and solidarity.
Through the use of lines, shadows and bold colors she aspires to create fluidity, femininity and an essence
of beauty. She will be donating 10% of her sales through the month of October to LBBC.
RSVP: Nicole Munoz n​ munoz@nicolemillerphiladelphia.com

LBBC Butterfly Ball is 10/27

Have a great day!!