Okay....so here's the rub: the event featured below is tomorrow and my ass will be there because that's part of the deal I made when I sold my soul for some publicity.
Still -- by no means do I endorse the usage of the words "movers and shakers, cool quotient" or "Melanie Moon."
I will, of course, take pictures. But that's it. My fifteen minutes are officially over. Praise Jesus - and pass the plate. I gotta bus to catch and need some bus fare. I may be a cool single, but my ass is still broke and my bike is in the shop.....
Single in the city? Or happily attached? We don't care! Just slip on your sexiest jeans and bling it up, baby! Join celebrity hosts JC Corcoran & Jen Sparks at St. Louis Magazine's fourth annual Top Singles Bash, presented by It's Just Lunch. Mingle with St. Louis' most eligible movers and shakers and St. Louis Magazine's Top 20 Singles featured in the November issue.Wednesday, November 23, 2005 (Thanksgiving Eve)
Shake a tail feather to the sounds of The Ultraviolets, DJ Charlie Chan & DJ Stan Da Man while enjoying signature snacks from St. Louis' hottest restaurants including Red Moon, Savor, Copia Urban Winery, The Drunken Fish, Cafe Eau, Eleven Eleven Mississippi, Lucas Park Grille & Krispy Kreme. VIP ticketed guests will receive one complimentary cocktail and access to the exclusive VIP Lounge with celebrity bartenders Garry Seith & Melanie Moon of WB11. Don't miss the fabulous silent auction, benefiting Food Outreach, filled with items that will raise your cool quotient.
Tickets are $18 in advance
$20 at the door
$50 for VIP Room Access
and $200 for Bottle Service.
PROCEEDS BENEFIT FOOD OUTREACHPosted November 22, 2005 09:54 AM
Food Outreach is the only St. Louis area organization focused exclusively on providing nutritional support to men, women, and children living with HIV/AIDS (www.foodoutreach.org).
St. Louis Magazine's Top Singles Bash is sponsored by It's Just Lunch, Infiniti, McGowan Walsh Historic Renovators, Diba & Bronx Shoes, Ciroc Vodka, Tanqueray Gin, Chase Park Plaza, KHITS 96.3, 97.1 FM TALK, WB 11& Hipster Magazine.