Monday, April 30, 2012
The National Council of Jewish Women, St. Louis Section raised funds to help meet the needs of women, children and families.
The National Council of Jewish Women-St Louis Section brought Andy Cohen, TV personality and native St. Louisan, back to his home town to emcee Bravo Saint Louis, an urban chic fundraising event held at Neo on Locust Saturday night. Funds from the event will support the NCJW’s mission of helping women, children and families in need. Regardless of tornados nearby, hail that made the ground look as though it had snowed and torrential rains all across St. Louis, Cohen was greeted with a warm welcome from hundreds of NCJW supporters—just like Cohen’s Bravo TV shows, the event was a hit. Cohen, Executive Vice President of Original Programming and Development for The Bravo Network and host of Bravo’s late night interactive talk show “Watch What …
Sunday, April 29, 2012
Urban chic fundraiser at NEO on Locust a big hit.
By all means, come back to Patch on Monday. Then, you will see 51 of the most interesting social pics of the season. Patch scribe Rhonda Weiche was at NEO Saturday night, pen and camera in hand describing the whole event as it unfolded. The guest host, entertainer and star of the show was St. Louis' own Andy Cohen, star of the Bravo Cable Network. See if you recognize your photo on the special Ladue-Frontenac report Monday.
Monday, April 23, 2012
NCJW's Chic Urban Fundraiser at NEO on Locust, something special.
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Monday, April 23, 2012
This Saturday (April 28) will be a big night for the National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW). The women’s organization, with its roots extending all the way back to its charter in 1893 will present their biggest and most expansive fundraiser in chapter history. They are hosting Bravo St. Louis at NEO on Locust, Saturday, April 28, 7-11 p.m. This is billed as an urban chic fundraiser and it celebrates the arrival of Clayton High graduate Andy Cohen, executive vice president Original Programming and Development for the Bravo Cable Television Network. Bravo is a very successful subsidiary of NBC Universal. Cohen, an Emmy award-winning television producer and host will be master of ceremonies for the evening. Get the Ladue-Patch Newsletter …
Tuesday, March 6, 2012
In Chesterfield, Frontenac and all around the city are fun events that raise awareness and help to support important causes in our communities.
Editor's Note: Welcome to the "Social Whirl," a look at what is going on around town. We plan to keep you posted about events on the social scene and feature photographs and information from selected events. We will include events that are coming up soon as well as those that are scheduled for later in the year. Metro St. Louis loves to socialize. It's even better to have fun when the cause is worth supporting. In fact, St. Louis regularly ranks among the top U.S. cities for charitable giving. Each week Patch will highlight social and charity events to help you decide which one or ones you will attend and/or support. The Charity Event: Bravo St. Louis – featuring NYC’s Andy Cohen, a native St. Louisan Save the date: Saturday, April 28, …