Bonnie Roseman is currently the social reporter for West Palm Beach's Legends Radio, giving listeners the highlights of the arts and culture scene. Legends features fabulous artists such as Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald, Tony Bennet and more from the Great American Songbook. Stay up to date with talented vocalists, art exhibitions, museums, movies and more of the best happenings in Palm Beach County with Bonnie’s Buzz About Town. Listen to the highlights on the station's livestream every Thursday morning in the 9 o'clock hour on Legends Radio 100.3.
After coming to Nantucket for twenty summer seasons, I’m proud to be part of the community, and want to give something back to this island. I enjoy taking part in many charitable endeavors to make this magical spot better for everyone who calls this place home.
Walking for a good cause feels like wearing a pair of comfortable shoes. It’s satisfying, and you feel like with every step you’re getting closer to the finish line of finding a cure. It was a beautiful day in Nantucket for the Autism Speaks Walk. I’m proud to march for such a wonderful cause.
It’s been an exceptionally beautiful summer season here on Nantucket. The birds are singing, flowers are in full bloom, and I’ve been building my nest in a beautiful cottage. It feels like I am “Alice in Wonderland,” but then I wake up and realize I’m “Bonnie in Nantucket” – not too bad!
Bonnie Roseman has taken off with Bonnie Roseman’s BLT Boutique in tow for another whirlwind tour of the U.S. She did a staycation overnight at The Eau Palm Beach last weekend so she could relax and catch some sun before packing up for another great excursion.
It’s been a wild month of May in South Florida, and Bonnie soaked up the hottest rays with a trip to SunFest in West Palm Beach. “It was like being at Jazz Fest in New Orleans, only a lot more convenient,” said Bonnie, “I took the elevator down to the street and walked one block to the celebration right outside my condo.” As an American Woman she was excited to see live in concert: Lenny Kravitz, Hozier, and Boston before the fireworks finale.