Busy Buzzing Around in April in Palm Beach County

Here we are in April and I’m still buzzing around, and everybody else seems to be too!

It might be a tough ticket, but The Bodyguard is playing through the weekend at the Kravis Center. Also, don’t forget Chris Botti is coming to the Kravis Center on the 18th. He is always a sellout, so don’t hesitate to call right away! I’m excited that I’m going to be seeing Carole Bufford this weekend! She’ll be at the Kravis Center at 1:30 PM this Saturday, April 14th. She’ll be doing a couple shows, and she’s a wonderful talent.

Chris Botti and Me

Ready to hear a siren singing in a fun artistic atmosphere? Ann Hampton Callaway will be performing at the Arts Garage on Friday night, April 13th.


I’m such a fan of Ann!

On Sunday night you can catch Mark Telesca at the Funky Biscuit in Boca Raton! Then on Monday, he’s the host of the Blues Jam, which is free admission, and a wonderful way to spend an evening.

Fun band, great atmosphere

We have some wonderful charity events coming up! The radiothon at Legends Radio will be this weekend to raise money and awareness for the Preservation of the Great American Songbook, so listen in!

Listen up for the radiothon

We have a charity event sponsored by Monkey in Paradise Vodka called Wheels, Wings and Fashion Hanger Party down in Boca Raton at their airport, at the signature flight area. For additional information check tickets online through EventBrite.com.

Wheels, Wings and Fashion

I want to put in a shoutout for FemCity! It’s a fabulous organization for female entrepreneurs and business people, and they’re having a wonderful luncheon at the end of April. Go online to femcity.com – a wonderful way to network with incredible people.

FemCity is now in West Palm Beach

Word is out – Jazz every Thursday at the Dirty Martini Downtown at The Gardens! This week 8 to 11 is Bossa Groove! It should be an awesome music event, and free admission!

Live music at the Dirty Martini

Join a fun and lively party with everyone in Palm Beach for a fabulous party at Cafe Sapori with singer Philippe Harari! We’ll be singing, laughing and dancing the night away before we all depart for the season. Get your tickets online here.

Annual ‘End of Season – Bon Voyage’ Soireé

So whether you’re going to a charity event or just a private party, remember, it’s all about style. Spring is in the air! Layers can make a look. Pair black with beige, or trade black boots for sandals to recreate the look for the beach with a gorgeous neck piece from BLT. Call (917) 209 – 0516 or email bonnie@bonnieroseman.com.

Schedule with me before I leave for the season! Email bonnie@bonnieroseman.com.

Always remember my Three Golden Rules to Dress By:

1. Build Your Wardrobe with classic pieces.
2. Liven Your Wardrobe with fun novelty items.
3. Tweak Your Wardrobe with touches of color.

Feel good, and look even better!


Early April is Full of Fun

There are always interesting things happening in Palm Beach County the first week of April…

The Palm Beach Symphony will have a lovely concert entitled Romantic Reflections, April 17th at 8 PM at the Kravis. Go to kravis.org for further information – it’s sure to be a great performance.

Always fabulous entertainment at the Kravis

The Historical Society of Palm Beach County will have a series of special events on Saturday April 7th, starting at 11 AM and ending around 6 PM. The event is called The Swamp, and it’s all about the Everglades, and how to preserve them. For further information, go to HSPBC.org.

Learn more about Florida’s nature

There is another fun event happening at the Palm Beach Zoo! Over 25 local breweries will be on site with live music, all available on the 7th of April at 6 PM – it’s Brew at the Zoo! Go to www.palmbeachzoo.org for more information regarding this fun evening.

Brew at the Zoo

Through Saturday, a classic murder-mystery drama called Blackout, live at the Delray Beach Playhouse. Visit the delraybeachplayhouse.com for more information.

A fabulous new play

Edgar and Emily, a play about the encounter between Emily Dickinson and Edgar Allen Poe is happening at the Palm Beach Dramaworks, a wonderful theater on Clematis Street. Contact them at 561-514-4042 for further information.

Edgar and Emily

My favorites Jill and Rich Switzer are performing at the Rrazz Room down in Boca Raton on the 22nd of April! Get your tickets now – you’ll definitely see me there, and probably a lot of other people from Legends Radio!

I am their biggest fan

My charity pick of the week is Pantry Food Drive, all over the county through April 23rd. There are a lot of ways to take care of people in need. Go to United Way 561-655-1919 for more information regarding the drop-off facilities.

Palm Beach Pantry

So whether you’re going to a symphony, or you’re just going to a dramatic play, it’s all about style, and I’m here to help you with your wardrobe needs, here, there, or anywhere!

Let’s put together a BLT Box just for you – email bonnie@bonnieroseman.com.

Always remember my Three Golden Rules to Dress By:

1. Build Your Wardrobe with classic pieces.
2. Liven Your Wardrobe with fun novelty items.
3. Tweak Your Wardrobe with touches of color.

Feel good, and look even better!



You Won’t have to Hunt Around to Find Fun Things to Do in Palm Beach this Holiday Week

Wishing you all a wonderful spring season and a Happy Passover and Happy Easter this week!

This weekend there are Easter egg hunts all over Palm Beach County! From the Palm Beach Recreation Department which is organizing one at the Rec Center at 340 Seaview. The Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens, Flagler Museum, and there’s even one at the new Royal Poinciana Plaza. They’ll be having one starting in the West Court around 11 o’clock on Saturday and it should be fun for everyone.

Easter in Palm Beach County

I love dancing, and for Dancing with the Stars fans, you might want to see if you’re lucky enough to still get a ticket at the Kravis to see Maks, Val and Peta up close and personal dancing their socks off. Go to the Box Office at the Kravis ASAP or visit kravis.org to see if you can still grab one.

Dancing with the Stars at the Kravis

If you want to feel like you’re going to the Blue Note, go check out the Deb Silver tribute to Frank Sinatra the first Saturday in April at Voltaire in West Palm Beach. Go online to reserve a ticket, she’s absolutely fabulous!

I am one of Deb Silver’s biggest fans!

If you’re into film and art, go check out the documentary on Claude Monet the Impressionist artist, which was filmed in Europe and will be shown at 2 o’clock this Saturday the 31st at the Society of Four Arts in their auditorium. For more information head to fourarts.org.

Painting in the Modern Garden

If you’re a member of the Cultural Council of the Palm Beaches, or you’re just interested in culture, check out Culture and Cocktails this Monday night! It’s the last of the season series on the 2nd of April. Always a wonderful and informative evening!

A Conversation with:
• Daniel Biaggi, General Director of Palm Beach Opera
• Beth Clark, CEO of the Young Singers of the Palm Beaches

If you’re a supporter of the public library, our Mandel Library in West Palm Beach is having their annual event, Food for Thought with some wonderful speakers. Dick Robinson from Legends Radio will be one of them! Visit wpblf.org for tickets – hurry up, it’s the 14th of April, and there are very few tickets left.

Mandel Public Library

So whether you’re going out for an Easter Sunday brunch or a Passover Seder, remember, it’s all about style.

Let’s make sure your wardrobe is ready for Spring weather….Email bonnie@bonnieroseman.com.

Always remember my Three Golden Rules to Dress By:

1. Build Your Wardrobe with classic pieces.
2. Liven Your Wardrobe with fun novelty items.
3. Tweak Your Wardrobe with touches of color.

Feel good, and look even better!


Palm Beach is Hoppin’ as Spring Approaches

Things are still hoppin’ in Palm Beach County this week, with Passover and Easter right around the corner, and Spring in the air!

It’s that time of year for Palm Beach Boat Show! This year it will be held from the 22nd of March to the 25th of March. It’s a four day event, with nearly a mile of boats that are in the water and all kinds of exhibitions along the West Palm Beach Waterfront off of Clematis Street. Fun for the whole family!

Palm Beach Boat Show 2018

There are all kinds of outdoor activities this time of year with the weather being so beautiful, and with so many flowers in bloom. Here is a list of fun outdoor spaces to see!

  1. Make sure that you stop at the Mounts Botanical Garden! Lots of foliage and many rare plants and flowers.
  2. You can also stop by the Society of the Four Arts, they have a beautiful sculpture garden with a new exhibit.
  3. The Palm Beach Zoo is just wonderful this time of year, and it may be because the animals are enjoying the weather too!
  4. Check out Antique Row for some great window shopping! The area is now full of delicious restaurants like Table 26, Grato, Mazie’s, Cholo Soy Cocina and Belle and Maxwell to name a few, all on South Dixie Highway in the Antique Row Area.
James and Jeffrey Pavilion on Antique Row

My Charity Pick of the Week is Sweet Dream Makers, a non-profit organization based in Boca Raton, Florida, and they provide beds and bedding to struggling families. Check them out online, a very good cause.

Sweet Dream Makers in West Palm Beach, FL

One of my favorite entertainers, a two-time Tony Award Winner and my dear friend Christine Ebersole will be performing her Cabaret Show at the Parker Playhouse this Saturday night the 24th. There may not be any tickets left, so call immediately to see if you can get yourself a ticket –(954) 462 – 0222 – I would run, not walk, to see her sing!

Christine Ebersole and Me

I want to dedicate this week’s Buzz to the glamour and elegance of French fashion designer Hubert de Givenchy, who was a tremendous influence on my fashion career as a stylist. He dressed the biggest stars and public figures from Jaqueline Kennedy to Audrey Hepburn.

The Legend Givenchy, via US Weekly

Style is so important….If you have any questions regarding your wardrobe needs, give me a call! Schedule your style appointment by emailing me at bonnie@bonnieroseman.com.

Spring into fun fashion with Bonnie Roseman’s BLT

Always remember my Three Golden Rules to Dress By:

1. Build Your Wardrobe with classic pieces.
2. Liven Your Wardrobe with fun novelty items.
3. Tweak Your Wardrobe with touches of color.

Feel good, and look even better!


Green with Envy this St. Patty’s Day Week

This week, everyone is green with envy to be here in Palm Beach County, since there is so much bitter cold and snow up North!

This St. Patty’s Day Weekend there is a lot of entertainment going on. On the 17th at Hutton in Old Northwood is featuring the jazz singer SAMM from 8:30 PM to 10:30 PM.

Singer SAMM in West Palm Beach

Also, there is live music going on at Avocado Grill on Saturday night Downtown at the Gardens, as well as Sunday afternoon in both locations – Downtown at the Gardens and their actual downtown Datura street location. A fabulous place for brunch, and music and dancing!

Avocado Grill – a  great place for dining and dancing!

Put it in your calendar: Sunday, March 18th, my little fourteen-year-old superstar Ava Faith will be singing at Double Roads Tavern. She’s like a little Ella Fitzgerald – fabulous!

Ava & Me

Don’t miss Maycol and Lilian, performing at Aaron’s Table in Abacoa in Jupiter March 15th at 8 PM, before they head out to the South Pacific. They are a wonderful couple, and talented singers.

Lilian & Maycol

The fabulous Audra McDonald will be performing at the Kravis Center Saturday March 17th, and the Righteous Brothers on March 18th. They will both be at the Kravis, so check their schedule here for additional information. Top talent at the Kravis, as always!

Audra McDonald at the Kravis

Livestreamed from the Old Vic in London is Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead on March 17th at 2 o’clock in the afternoon at the Society of Four Arts in their auditorium. Enjoy stars Daniel Radcliffe and Joshua McGuire -wonderful entertainment!

A great cast for a wonderful play

Another highlight in the art world this week is at the Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens, featuring Laura Woodward’s Art of the Island. It transports you back to the earliest days of settlement in Palm Beach – wonderful paintings.

Art of the Island, the early days of Palm Beach, FL

My charity pick of the week is American Humane, an organization focused on animal welfare, animal rights and children’s rights. They are having their big annual luncheon at the Breakers on the 19th. Contact them at 561-537-5887 for further information – a wonderful cause!

American Humane in Palm Beach

So whether you’re going to a gala event or just doing the St. Patty’s day jig, remember, it’s all about style.

Happy St. Patty’s day from Bonnie Roseman’s BLT! Email bonnie@bonnieroseman.com to see the latest collection.

Always remember my Three Golden Rules to Dress By:

1. Build Your Wardrobe with classic pieces.
2. Liven Your Wardrobe with fun novelty items.
3. Tweak Your Wardrobe with touches of color.

Feel good, and look even better!