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    1. Ray\'s and Stark Bar: Patina\'s New Renzo Piano-Designed Lacma Spaces [los Angeles]

      Ray\'s and Stark Bar: Patina\'s New Renzo Piano-Designed Lacma Spaces [los Angeles]
      This week, Patina Restaurant Group opened Ray’s restaurant and Stark Bar adjacent to the Lynda and Stewart Resnick Exhibition Pavilion at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Designed by architect Renzo Piano, the new restaurant is named after Ray Stark, the late film producer and former Lacma trustee. The restaurant and bar complete Piano’s involvement at Lacma. Ray’s has three floor-to-ceiling glass walls from which the museum’s environs are visible, with a fourth wall made of corrugated cement. The outdoor Stark Bar is comprised of a long bar, a lounge area, and table seating. Ray ...
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    2. Catwalk Cure Gets Celestial Theme With Purple-Maned Horse, Aerialists [TORONTO]

      The ten-year-old Catwalk Cure event—an all-male party that gathers 500 Toronto-area businessmen—is one of the season's most successful galas money-wise, raising $150,000 for University Health Network's Center for Innovation in Complex Care. This year's party, held February 24, moved to new location Muzik and featured new design and decor elements to complement the nightclub setting. For starters, guests arriving at Muzik were greeted on the red carpet by a model seated atop a white horse. Previewing the evening's fashion-forward theme, the model wore playful designer clothes, hat, gloves, and stiletto heels, while even ...
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    3. Washington Ballet Jeté Society Hosts Dance Party in Secret, Raw Location [washington]

      Washington Ballet Jeté Society Hosts Dance Party in Secret, Raw Location [washington]
      The Jeté Society of the Washington Ballet celebrated its 10th annual Dance Party on Saturday, drawing a crowd of more than 900 young professionals with the promise of a secret Georgetown location, and a carnival sideshow theme with fire-breathers and stilt walkers. This year’s event marked an all-time high in Dance Party attendance, nearly doubling the 500 guests at last year’s party—with demand so fierce that posters on Craigslist and Facebook requested tickets to the sold-out event. “This party has such a buzz around it, and for the tenth anniversary we wanted to blow it out of ...
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    4. 2 Options for Group Activities in Orlando [ORLANDO]

      2 Options for Group Activities in Orlando [ORLANDO]
      Corporate groups looking for entertainment or teambuilding activities have two new options in the Orlando area.   1. Mauiva Air Tours offers 15- and 30-minute airplane rides that take guests high above Orlando’s theme parks, lakes, celebrity homes, and other attractions. The company began offering the flights out of Kissimmee Ranger Aviation Airport in August 2010. The tours are done in Cessna four-seaters that fly between 900 and 1,400 feet above ground. Daytime tours cost $60 per person for 15 minutes in the air, or $109 for 30 minutes. The 30-minute sunset and fireworks tours are $129 per person ...
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      Mentions: Orlando CORT
    5. 3 Teambuilding Activities in South Florida [MIAMI/SOUTH Florida]

      3 Teambuilding Activities in South Florida [MIAMI/SOUTH Florida]
      Here are three group activities to foster some teambuilding and a little healthy competition.   1. Not everyone is an athlete, but table tennis is arguably a sport for many skill levels. The Broward Table Tennis Club in Dania Beach caters to all ages and skill levels and will tailor teambuilding activities based on clients’ preferences. The Olympic Teambuilding package includes table tennis for 12 to 60 people, and can include team hats, T-shirts, medals, and trophies. Pricing varies, but the average cost is $35 per person. A deluxe package combines cooking classes led by chef Wayne Whittall with table tennis ...
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    6. Announcing the Finalists for the 2011 BizBash Florida Event Style Awards [MIAMI/SOUTH Florida]

      We’ll announce the winners of the 2011 Florida Event Style Awards at the BizBash Expo on April 12 at the Fort Lauderdale Convention Center. But first, here are the finalists. You can learn more about the show here. Best Catering at an Event    "Cirque du Corporate" USLAW Network Company Appreciation Party Submitted by A Joy Wallace Catering Production and Design Team    “Club N.A.C.E.” Holiday Party for the Tampa Chapter of the National Association of Catering Executives Submitted by Puff ‘n Stuff Catering U.S. Polo Association Piaget Gold Cup Tournament Submitted by Shiraz Events
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    7. Grey Goose Sponsors First \"Worthy 30\" Party [TORONTO]

      Grey Goose Sponsors First \"Worthy 30\" Party [TORONTO]
      National Post columnist Shinan Govani's "Worthy 30" list of Toronto's most eligible bachelors and bachelorettes is a must-read for the city's young social set. So the first edition of the Worthy 30 cocktail party, held February 24 at TIFF Bell Lightbox, was a prime opportunity for sponsor Grey Goose to reach this demographic. But because the evening was billed as a tasteful, exclusive event, they didn't want to hit guests over the head with branding. "Grey Goose didn't want the party to be all about their logo and name everywhere," said Sebastien Centner, director of ...
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    8. M:brgr: Gourmet Burgers With Room for Events [TORONTO]

      M:brgr: Gourmet Burgers With Room for Events [TORONTO]
      Toronto's gourmet burger scene got its most high-end entry yet with the January opening of M:brgr, an entertainment district restaurant with availability for private lunches and dinners. The King Street West outpost, which follows a first location in Montreal, is a clean and simple, streamlined dining room with dark wood floors, thick circular columns, and large exposed ceiling beams. Walls are alternately lined with oak panels, chalkboards, and oversize black-and-white murals of the Toronto skyline.
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    9. Brooklyn Winery: A Winemaking Facility for Private Functions, Teambuilding [new York]

      Brooklyn Winery: A Winemaking Facility for Private Functions, Teambuilding [new York]
      Last month, Williamsburg's new winemaking facility opened its doors for private event bookings. Co-founded by John Stires and Brian Leventhal, the 8,000-square-foot Brooklyn Winery consists of a number of areas, including a wine bar, a mezzanine with a private room known as the parlor, two semiprivate sections, and a space where wine is produced. The entire space is offered for corporate and social gatherings of as many as 300 people; in late spring, the winery will open a courtyard.
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      Mentions: NYFF Events
    10. New Brewery Tour and Tasting in Alexandria [washington]

      New Brewery Tour and Tasting in Alexandria [washington]
      Originally founded in 1866, the Robert Port Brewing Company reopened in Alexandria as Port City Brewing Company on February 4 after being closed for nearly a century, after Prohibition expanded to Virginia. For $8 per person, groups of as many as 20 can get a behind-the-scenes tour of Port City. The experience includes a look at the 30-foot-tall grain silo (which holds 56,000 pounds of grain imported from Germany) and the brewing rooms where the grain is cracked, mixed with water, and later fermented. Afterward, Port City offers a tasting of four of its beers on tap, as well ...
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      Mentions: Event Tech
    11. Burgers, BBQ, and Bubbles: Highlights From the South Beach Wine & Food Festival [MIAMI/SOUTH Florida]

      Burgers, BBQ, and Bubbles: Highlights From the South Beach Wine & Food Festival [MIAMI/SOUTH Florida]
      Now in its 10th year, the Food Network South Beach Wine & Food Festival presented by Food & Wine wrapped four days of events scattered at venues throughout Miami Beach on Sunday. While the seminars, panels, demonstrations, and parties catered to meat lovers, wine aficionados, and even kids, the most talked-about events were both familiar—such as the Amstel Light Burger Bash and Perrier-Jouët BubbleQ—and new, including the festival’s 10-year anniversary party, dubbed “Let Them Eat Cake” and presented by Moët Hennessy USA, and “The Best Thing I Ever Ate at the Beach,” a live version of the Food Network ...
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    12. Through Partners, New York Times Travel Show Adds Food Demos, Climbing Wall, Game Show Auditions [new York]

      Through Partners, New York Times Travel Show Adds Food Demos, Climbing Wall, Game Show Auditions [new York]
      Since its inception in 2004, the New York Times Travel Show has expanded exponentially, growing from fledgling conference to a large-scale consumer expo with more than 400 exhibitors that draws some 24,000 attendees over three days. The 2011 installment started on Friday, February 25, and appropriated more than 400,000 square feet of space in the south side of the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center for a weekend that included seminars, live dance and music performances, a family-focused area with activities for kids, Jeopardy! auditions, and culinary demonstrations from the South Beach Wine & Food Festival. "Eight years ago we ...
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    13. Gene Siskel Film Center Hosts Chicago\'s Only Academy-Sanctioned Oscar Party [CHICAGO]

      Gene Siskel Film Center Hosts Chicago\'s Only Academy-Sanctioned Oscar Party [CHICAGO]
      Swirling search lights, a red-carpet entrance, and ubiquitous photographers set a Hollywood-inspired tone at the Gene Siskel Film Center on Sunday night for the movie theater's Oscar party. Dubbed "Oscar Night America: Chicago," the six-hour cocktail bash "has been officially sanctioned by the Academy of Motion Pictures and Sciences," said the center's executive director, Jean De St. Aubin. Along with the sanctioning came a serious way to follow the program: "Our guests each receive the official program, which is a collector's item," said De St. Aubin. The ceremony was broadcast on a big screen in each of ...
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      Mentions: Chicago
    14. Martha, Emeril Celebrate South Beach Wine & Food\'s 10th Anniversary at Cake-Filled Fete [MIAMI/SOUTH Florida]

      Martha, Emeril Celebrate South Beach Wine & Food\'s 10th Anniversary at Cake-Filled Fete [MIAMI/SOUTH Florida]
      It didn’t start until 10 p.m. on Friday night, but the South Beach Wine and Food Festival’s 10th anniversary party, called “Let Them Eat Cake” and hosted by Emeril Lagasse and Martha Stewart, was one of the weekend's hottest (and hardest) tickets to land.   More than 800 guests took elevators to the top floor of event hotspot 1111 Lincoln Road to sip champagne and cocktails from sponsor Moët Hennessy USA, and sample confections from a baker’s dozen of pastry chefs alongside the festival’s biggest stars.   Aside from the elaborate cakes on display, the event ...
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    15. Boston-Area Artist Offers Handcrafted Paper Decor [BOSTON]

      Aimee Empey of Charlestown-based Paper, Gowns & Glory creates custom floral arrangements, tabletop centerpieces, and chandeliers made of recycled, imported, and locally sourced papers. The design firm is celebrating its first year in business, though Empey has been selling commissioned mixed-media corporate art for years to clients such as Bain Capital and the Children’s Hospital Boston. The bulk of her current work includes custom floral arrangements, which she sees as a way for businesses to incorporate flowers into their event decor while limiting costs, since the pieces don’t wilt.   Empey’s pieces also offer ways to incorporate sponsor branding ...
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    16. 5 New Hands-On Group Activities in New York [new York]

      5 New Hands-On Group Activities in New York [new York]
      Here are five new group-friendly classes to get staffers bonding, and trying their hands at something new. 1. The International Culinary Center, home of the French Culinary Institute and the Italian Culinary Academy, will open a new fifth-floor event space next month. A variety of new classes will be offered in the loftlike room, including "Master Class with André Soltner," a three-hour hands-on session with the James Beard Award-winning chef. Soltner will lead groups in preparing a three-course meal of his favorite French dishes. The class concludes with a one-hour dinner, where everyone dines with the chef. Pricing is $495 ...
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    17. Ted Baker Launches Chicago Store With London-Themed Bash  [CHICAGO]

      Ted Baker Launches Chicago Store With London-Themed Bash  [CHICAGO]
      On Thursday night, Ted Baker London celebrated the launch of its Midwest flagship location with an in-store cocktail party. To educate guests about the heritage of the British lifestyle brand—and to underscore its intended cheeky vibe—London-based marketing manager Jodie Hughes designed a bash with an English theme and a laid-back atmosphere. Zapwater Communications handled on-the-ground logistics. An orange carpet, meant to complement the colors in the store's spring window display, lined the entrance. Inside, a bar offered specialty "Tedtini" cocktails alongside locally brewed Goose Island beers. Fig Media DJ Megan Taylor spun upbeat tunes, and a bowl ...
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    18. Blogworld & New Media Expo Moving to Los Angeles [los Angeles]

      Blogworld & New Media Expo Moving to Los Angeles [los Angeles]
      BlogWorld & New Media Expo West will be held in Los Angeles from November 3 to 5, organizers announced Tuesday morning. The event will take to the Los Angeles Convention Center, and a post on the group's own blog explained that the move from Las Vegas was prompted by the inability of Mandalay Bay to meet the event's space requirements, despite that fact that organizers loved the property. Mandalay Bay did offer some space, but the conference rooms were far removed from the exhibit area, which wasn't ideal. Other venues in Las Vegas did not provide a workable ...
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      Mentions: Las Vegas
    19. Entertainment Software Association Hosts Game Night With Nintendo, Xbox  [washington]

      Entertainment Software Association Hosts Game Night With Nintendo, Xbox  [washington]
      The Entertainment Software Association, which represents video game publishers, hosted a private cocktail party and game night on Wednesday to commemorate the launch of the Congressional Caucus for Competitiveness in Entertainment Technology, the first national caucus for the industry. Nearly 230 people headed to Long View Gallery for the celebration. “We wanted to bring out members to D.C. to show off their wares and what they do,” said Sarah Hudgins, the association’s senior manager for federal government affairs, who helped coordinate the event along with event planning firm Kimball Stroud & Associates. “It’s important for us in terms ...
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    20. 15 Photos From N.B.A. All-Star Weekend\'s Standout Events [los Angeles]

      15 Photos From N.B.A. All-Star Weekend\'s Standout Events [los Angeles]
      At a time when local event vendors might normally expect to be focused on award season bashes, N.B.A. All-Star Weekend brought a wide array of events—big and small, official and unofficial—to town this weekend, beginning roughly on Thursday and capping off Sunday night. Among the standouts was Hennessy Black, which took over Boulevard3 for four full nights of logo-heavy events, and Jay-Z and LeBron James's "Two Kings" charity event, dinner, and after-party, which brought out the biggest of names. Here are 15 highlights from the weekend's events.
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    21. Tico: Tacos, Tequila, and Private Event Space in Back Bay [BOSTON]

      Tico: Tacos, Tequila, and Private Event Space in Back Bay [BOSTON]
      Tico, the Latin-inspired restaurant and bar from chef Michael Schlow, officially opened on February 9 in the former Cottonwood Café space in the Back Bay. One of Boston's most anticipated new venues of 2011, Tico holds 252 and is available for buyout. A semiprivate dining room seats 30. With two- and four-top tables and larger, rectangular communal seating, the lounge seats 70. A dark wooden bar with overhead lanterns seats 15. The “kitchen counter” is a barlike space with eight seats that overlooks a small kitchen.
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      Mentions: Boston PBD Back Bay
    22. Sniffing Around Doggie Parties, Runways, and Stage Moms [new York]

      Like all sane people, I vigorously resist celebrity culture’s inexorable onslaught of our day-to-day lives. I’m horrified that children’s parties now feature faux red-carpet entries, and that hundreds of consumers flooded stores looking for the white dress Lindsay Lohan wore to her indictment hearing. So you may be surprised (I was) to hear that I enjoyed and completely approve of the celebrity dog events that have popped up around the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, which ended last week in a win for a wolfhound of some sort. I’ve attended and written about the dog show ...
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      Mentions: Travel & Leisure
    23. Eristoff Vodka Marks U.S. Launch With Dancing Wolves Stunt [new York]

      Eristoff Vodka Marks U.S. Launch With Dancing Wolves Stunt [new York]
      Hailing from the former Soviet state of Georgia, Eristoff Vodka takes its marketing cues from its homeland—a country supposedly once referred to as the land of the wolf—with a logo and advertising campaign centered around wolves. To play up its quirky sensibility and introduce the spirit to the U.S., the Bacardi-owned brand brought 20 dancers in canine costumes to the meatpacking district for a flash-mob-style stunt at 11:30 p.m. on Thursday. The publicity ploy was produced by Harrison & Shriftman and timed to take advantage of the appearance of a full moon, as well as the ...
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