Thursday, December 13, 2007

Links to Pennsylvania Society Reports

The papers didn't seem to have much to say about this year's Pennsylvania Society meeting. However, there are a few published notes.

"Heard in the Hall," one of the Inky's blogs, has three posts on it:
"Overheard in New York," by Thomas Fitzgerald
"Survival Tips for the Pennsylvania Society" by Marcia Gelbart
"Live from New York" by Marcia Gelbart

Keystone Politics also led me to a report in the City Paper, "The Annual Society Page," by Mary F. Patel (10/12), which includes these intriguing paragraphs:

So, who had the best table? Public relations maven Kelly Boyd, in an Oscar de la Renta gown, commandeered one that included Radnor Trust presidents Marla Green and Jim DiDio, Goldman Sachs executive Bill McLaughlin and Philly Mag editor Larry Platt.

Platt said he is seriously considering running as a Democrat next year against GOP U.S. Rep. Jim Gerlach because he is tired of writing about change and wants to actually do something to change the political landscape.

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