Bonnie’s Buzzing About Boston

Beautiful Boston, one of our country’s most historic cities! It’s the perfect time of year to enjoy the sea breeze in this fabulous modern metropolis and all it has to offer in the summer month of June.

Enjoy a Father’s Day Brunch Cruise on June 16th down the Charles River! There will be mimosas, beers, and an assortment of pastries. If you want more ways to enjoy the outdoors, the Rose Garden Party on June 18th benefits public parks and city programs. Party in the garden and enjoy the spring flowers for a great cause.
Cruise the River
If you love Nature and music, Tanglewood is the event for you. In season from June 15th until August 25th, see the Boston Symphony Orchestra live on a gorgeous outdoor stage in the Berkshire Hills. A beautiful event for an evening out! Also, don’t miss the phenomenal Williamstown Theatre Festival, beginning on June 25th until August 18th. They put on classic plays as well as new ones, and have an assortment of classes, workshops and educational programs for all ages.
Live music at Tanglewood Outdoors
Don’t miss Tanglewood in the Berkshire Hills
If you’re feeling adventurous, consider discovering Gloucester, home of the city-wide party, St. Peter’s Fiesta! It takes place from June 26th to June 30th, featuring parades, icons, and a celebration of fishing culture. Remember, The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston is a great place to see amazing works of art and escape the summer heat.
Museum of Fine Art
Museum of Fine Art, Boston
No matter what your destination is this summer, remember, it’s all about style! Schedule with me and I’ll help you put together the perfect travel wardrobe.
The Boston Collection, from Bonnie Roseman’s BLT.  Visit  to schedule your 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!

March is Marvelous in Palm Beach County

February is flying by and March is coming in with a roar! There is so much going on to report!

Yale’s Whiffenpoofs are coming back and being sponsored by the Preservation Foundation of Palm Beach this Friday, March 2nd from 4 to 5 o’clock at Pan’s Garden in Palm Beach. If you have any questions, call 561-832-0731.

One of the most prestigious a cappella groups.

Make your reservations in advance for Will and Anthony Nunziata! The twins are coming in to Boca and performing on the 23rd  of March! Visit to get your tickets.

The Twins and Me

And, Rumor Willis, Bruce Willis’s daughter is coming in to sing on March 29th through the 31st. I still don’t know if there’s even a seat left for Steve Tyrell – make your reservations now at

Steve Tyrell & Me

Deb Silver has been asked to come back every Saturday through the month of March at Voltaire through popular demand again! Fabulous show with an incredible jazz band – it was like being at The Blue Note! Contact for further information.

Deb Silver Live

One of my favorite events of the season is Sunfest, which doesn’t come here until May 3rd through the 6th. However, up until the 9th of March you can get a tremendous discount on a four-day pass at

Fun in the sun!

A true tasty treat is to take the walking tour called The Food Tours in West Palm Beach! A perfect evening out for a couple, an outing with friends, or an excursion with the whole family. For information go to

Take your taste buds on a stroll…

A wonderful opportunity to see local talent is to come to the Muse Awards on March 22nd at 6 PM at the Kravis Center. To check out further information, visit

Muse Awards in WPB

The annual gala event for Palm Beach Dramaworks is coming up on March 24th. Contact them regarding Murder on the Orient Express. They will also have special featured entertainment by Jill & Rich Switzer! More information can be found at

A fabulous gala event.

Don’t forget that this Sunday, March 4th is the Academy Awards! So whether you’re getting dressed up to go to a Red Carpet Party, or you’re just strolling through West Palm Beach on a food tour, remember, it’s all about style.

Email to see the latest 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!


Maryland’s Capital, Right Off the Chesapeake – Annapolis

Annapolis: The capital of Maryland, and 350 years old. It’s a vibrant and charming colonial town, and it’s the home of the U.S. Naval Academy. It’s also known for its sailing and boating activities, since it’s right off the Chesapeake Bay.

Downtown, Maryland Avenue in particular is so delightful! You can bike, or walk around this historic district. When I was there, I couldn’t stop going in to the small cafes and trying all the fresh crab cakes. They are the best!

Blue Crab Cakes, Annapolis, Maryland

There are a lot of fun things to do: The Maritime Museum of Annapolis is a must-see for the whole family. Tour Thomas Point, and see the artistic and virtual exhibits and the “oyster eye view” of sealife.

Heading off to the museum

You can also go down to the Ram’s Head to see a great live performance. It’s an iconic pub that features the most amazing live music, great food and drinks.

Have a drink, grab a bite, see a show.

Another fun activity is going to the Maryland Statehouse. It’s a historic landmark building where you can get tours – check their site here for additional information.

Get a tour of this beautiful historical and government site.

Also, you can go down and check out the cruise from Annapolis to the Bay of St. Michaels. It’s a wonderful way to see the area from the water, enjoy the beautiful views, and this boat tour is running through September 12th.

Bay of St. Michael’s

You don’t want to miss Ego Alley, a very charming area down by the docks. Be sure to stop by the Pennsylvania Dutch Farmer’s Market. Delicious!

I recommend the churned butter!

Another interesting place to go with the kids would be the William Paca Gardens. It’s truly an exquisite estate, where you’ll enjoy the fragrance of the gardens while you walk through the grounds. It is open to the public – see their tour schedule here.

A beautiful day out for the whole family

Make sure you take advantage of all the seaside activities, including strolling through the shipyards. This ship was a reproduction of Lafayette’s, who aided the U.S. during the Revolutionary War. Quite often ships dock and allow tours!

Tour historical reproductions of historic ships

Pack some comfortable shoes and walk around the docks to view colorful houses, historic buildings and all the colorful ships! Annapolis is truly a beautiful place filled with endless places to discover.

Walking along the bay in Annapolis

So whether you’re wearing those patriotic navy blues and whites as you’re strolling through the grounds of the Naval Academy in Annapolis, or you’re in Southern Florida wearing those pastels and whites, remember – it’s all about style!

Shop the Annapolis Collection now at

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!