Being an Entertainment/Society Reporter we have covered every type of event - from back yard bar-b-ques (on the Westside, of course) to elegant evenings at the Opera. However, we attended the "Mother of all Parties" when Bernardo Puccio and Orin Kennedy invited us to the Red Carpet Premiere of their Personal Documentary and Dedication of their Monument at Hollywood Forever.

Many of their Westside clients and socialites were on hand sipping champagne and hors d' oeuvres including Joyce and Stanley Black, Marvin and Madeline Gussman and beautiful blonde Ila Waldman with her new beau, Len Krane, from Bel Air. The inscription on the monument reads: "We wanted people to know we once lived, loved and walked this earth with pride." A noble thought for two noble gentlemen...

Several of the girls from A Place Called Home performed dance numbers, choreographed by Monica Guy, sister of Jasmine Guy, who co-chaired the luncheon. Kudos to all concerned who inspire young girls to embrace their potential, and direct their lives in a positive and rewarding direction.