Mid-November Madness in West Palm Beach

There is so much happening here in Palm Beach County this week of November, I don’t know where to begin!

The Rotary Club is having its big opening party at the Paramount Courtyard, check that out through the Rotary Club of the Palm Beaches.  Also, don’t miss X Marks the Spot! It’s a fabulous event featuring graffiti art to be held on the 15th from 5:30 PM to 7:30 on Lake Worth, at the Cultural Council of the Palm Beaches headquarters.

Preview: X Marks the Spot

On the 16th, there’s a great party at the Leeds Showroom called “Party with the Pack.” Get your tickets online, and check it out – it’s on Southern Boulevard in West Palm Beach. If you’re into theatre, Avery Sommers is going to be directing a play for the first time at the Burt Reynolds Institute – you won’t want to miss it! It’s called Shell of a Man.

Avery Sommers debuts her first play at the Burt Reynolds Institute

I was excited to learn that Deb Silver will be at Voltaire on Saturday the 17th, doing her jazzy, swingin’ numbers, and Rachel Day will be at the Maltz Theatre if you can get a ticket. On the 18th, the Rat Pack’s Swingin’ Sunday Supper will be taking place at the Pelican Cafe! You’ll see all your friends, Dick Robinson and the whole Legends Radio crew! Jill and Rich Switzer will be there too – get your tickets through Eventbrite. Hope to see you there!

The Rat Pack Swingin’ Sunday Supper

On the 19th we have Rob Russell and Michael Masci and Trio at Cafe Centro! It’s going to be a wonderful evening – get your tickets online here.  Irwin Solomon will be performing on the 20th at the Harriet Himmel at 7 o’clock – you have to go online to get those tickets.

Michael Masci & Rob Russell

Before you know it, it’s going to be Thanksgiving, and I’ll have many new activities to share with you!

See the best pieces in the BLT Fall Collection today! 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!


Bonnie’s Buzz Toast to 2018

During this special week between Christmas and New Year’s, I want to personally thank Legends Radio for giving me the opportunity to share with all of you, my favorite things to do locally and nationally, and what to wear when you get there!

I love the music of Legends, and all the people involved, and the listening audience for keeping us all going! Remember, it’s all about style, and that’s what my focus has been – to share a part of me with you each week.

I’m wishing all of you a Happy and Healthy New Year, and Best Wishes always! Contact me at bonnie@bonnieroseman.com if you have any questions or comments. I look forward to buzzing around for you in 2018!

A Happy and a Healthy New Year to all!

Holiday Spirits are High in Palm Beach

This week is a fun week in Palm Beach, and it seems the festivities are never-ending!

Let’s start with the Wine and Food Festival! It’s going on through the weekend, so head to their website pbfoodwinefest.org before all the events sell out!

Palm Beach Food & Wine Festival

Palm Beach Dramaworks has a very interesting play, Billy and Me through December 31st. It’s the story about the relationship between William Inge and Tennessee Williams. It is a passionate piece of theater – go to palmbeachdramaworks.org for further information.

Billy and Me, the tale of two theater greats

An eclectic mix of art and antiques are available for viewing. Sculpture, textiles, furniture and decorative arts will all be featured at the Palm Beach Antique and Design Show at 500 North Dixie on Saturday and Sunday. Go to palmbeachshow.com for more information.

You’re Invited

My charity pick of the week is Grandma’s Place! It’s a safe haven for foster care and respite care for children with disabilities ranging from birth to twelve years of age. For more information, head to grandmasplacepb.org.

A fabulous local charity worth supporting

Movie pick of the week: Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri, starring Frances McDormand, Sam Rockwell, and Woody Harrelson. Riveting – fabulous movie. Go to the papers for your local theaters and listings.

A great flick to catch on your evening out

One of my favorite things to do is see Jill and Rich Switzer of  Legends Radio! They’ll be performing at the Pelican Cafe on Sunday the 17th. You have to make a reservation, so do it soon, you don’t want to miss them! They are fantastic.

Jill, a fan, me, and Rich at a concert in 2016

This time of year it’s time to step up your style and shine for the holidays! Whether you’re going to the ball, or just going out with the family for a lovely holiday dinner, email me at bonnie@bonnieroseman.com. I’ll tell you what to wear, and how to put your wardrobe together.

Email bonnie@bonnieroseman.com to schedule your appointment.

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!


Music Beats and Holiday Treats in Palm Beach

It feels like Christmas in Palm Beach County this week! You can even watch the snow falling every night at City Place. Check it out before the end of the year – fun for the whole family!

We have all kinds of musical treats this week in town. Friday night, December 8th it’s Carole Bufford at the Arts Garage. Check their website here for tickets – she is a wonderful cabaret singer from New York.

Carole and Me last year – she’s becoming a habit!

December 7th at the Kravis Center it’s the Grammy-award-winning trumpet player Wynton Marsalis and about a dozen other fabulous jazz musicians that are world famous joining him. Not to be missed!

A fantastic concert in Palm Beach.

At the Maltz Jupiter Theatre we have Newsies, based on a true story that takes place in 1899 about the paper boy strike. It’s a fabulous play. For further information visit jupitertheatre.org.

A classic Broadway play with a wonderful story.

My movie pick of the week is Ladybird with Laurie Metcalf. It’s a coming of age story that has critics around the country raving about the story and performances. Check the paper for local theaters and times.

Critically acclaimed new flick, now showing.

Always a hoot and so entertaining, the musical A Little Shop of Horrors is playing at the Rinker Playhouse at the Kravis Center! It’s especially nice that all roles are filled with local talent for this particular musical.

Local talent bringing a classic play to life.

My charity pick of the week is Toys for Tots. Keep your eyes open for drop-off boxes all over town. A wonderful cause this holiday season.

Watch for drop-off boxes around the city.

So whether you’re getting dressed up for the holidays or keeping it more casual as you stroll through City Place, remember that it’s all about style. Email me at bonnie@bonnieroseman.com to schedule your stylist consultation.

Schedule to see the BLT 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!


Christmas is Cruisin’ into Palm Beach County

With the holidays approaching, Palm Beach is more sparkling than ever!

To start off the holidays right, go see The Nutcracker at the Kravis Center! It’s going to be taking place on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Call the Kravis Center at 561-833-8300 for more information.

The Nutcracker is now showing in Palm Beach

It’s Art After Dark at the Norton Art Museum! I suggest you go this Thursday to catch the jazz quartet. Every week they have someone entertaining, and the art is fantastic. A great evening out – contact the Norton Art Museum at 561-832-5196 for further information.

Art After Dark – Curator’s Conversation

After checking out the museum you might want to head down to Clematis Street and see the Tree Lighting at the Waterfront in West Palm Beach. It’s a sand tree, and it’s spectacular! For further information, check wpb.org/events.

West Palm Beach’s Sand Tree

A great holiday flick and my movie pick of the week is The Man Who Invented Christmas, with the incomparable Christopher Plummer. Check your local listings for times and theaters.

Check your local theater for showtimes

Another great art exhibit is A Man For All Seasons, the art of Winston Churchill. You can take a guided tour, check out all the information at thefourarts.org – it’s a great show!

Don’t miss this fantastic show!

For a Paris-like experience in Palm Beach, go to the recently renovated Royal Poinciana Plaza. It’s called “Holiday Decor Revealed!” All the shops will be open, and the tree will be lit at 6:30. Festivities go until 8PM on December the 1st. You won’t want to miss it!

You’re Invited

Straight from New York it’s Will and Anthony, Broadway Holiday at the Old School Square in Delray Beach on December 6th at 8 PM. Directly from Carnegie Hall in New York, these headliners perform the most joyous high energy concerts you’ve ever seen. A lovely holiday favorite.

Bonnie with Will and Anthony at their 2016 show

My charity pick of the week is Meals on Wheels Palm Beaches. Don’t let any seniors go hungry this holiday season! Go to their website mowpb.org for further information.

Meals on Wheels now serving Palm Beach

So whether you want to be dressed up or down for the holidays, remember to schedule your stylist appointment. I can assist you with all your holiday wardrobe needs, whether you’re seeing friends and family or going to a gala. Remember, it’s all about style!

See the latest BLT Collection – visit www.bonnieroseman.com or email bonnie@bonnieroseman.com for a showing.

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!