Miami’s Finest Help Make-A-Wish

With the goal of granting the wishes of children while also throwing “the party of the century,” the Intercontinental and the Make-A-Wish Foundation hosted their 17th annual Make-A-Wish ball Saturday in downtown Miami. With Joan Jett and the Blackhearts as the entertainment, South Florida elite came out to meet celebrity auctioneer and 'Burn Notice' star Gabrielle Anwar and enjoyed all night eating, drinking and bidding.

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Douglas Price
With the goal of granting the wishes of children while also throwing “the party of the century,” the Intercontinental and the Make-A-Wish Foundation hosted their 17th annual Make-A-Wish ball Saturday in downtown Miami. With Joan Jett and the Blackhearts as the entertainment, South Florida elite came out to meet celebrity auctioneer and 'Burn Notice' star Gabrielle Anwar and enjoyed all night eating, drinking and bidding.
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Brittny Walker
Iconic rock-n-roll group Joan Jett and the Blackhearts entertained guests after their five star meal
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Margie
Upon arrival, masked guests were welcomed by living chandeliers and led to the white carpet. Later, they entered the ballroom turned glamorous and glowing realm of fantasy.
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Katie Reynolds
Living chandeliers brought the theme of Truman Capote’s legendary Black & White Ball to life
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Lauren Foster, Erin Newberg and Cheeseburger Baby owner Stephanie Vitori enjoyed the event's cocktail reception
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The ladies of Tara,Ink. public relations got into theme
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Writer Mary Jo Shore brought her whole family along to the 17th annual Make-A-Wish ball
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Moet champagne poured all night long
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The 17th Annual Make-A-Wish ball at the Intercontinental Miami helped raise a lifetime goal of $10 million dollars
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