Palm Beach Mafia Goes After Author, Imaginary Classical Fans Fear Symphony's Death
|Don't even think of taking that last spot at the counter.|
"Your life may be in danger ... you had better get security."
The reaction to his book has surprised Leamer, but it shouldn't shock anybody who has waited in line at the Palm Beach
After the jump, rich people face the loss of their oboe players as us commoners marvel at the playfulness of Socks and Whiskers.
The Concert Association of Florida is preparing to file for bankruptcy, putting into jeopardy the classical music season. This surely comes as terrible news to the young classical music fans out there, or as they're generally known, the classical concert world's imaginary friends.
Journalism Saved By Kitty Playfulness
If all this bad news has you down, take a look at the Palm Beach Post's Kitten Cam. With one single page, the Post has staved off the death of journalism by providing a view into the kitty room at Safe Harbor Animal Shelter. It's the perfect distraction to help me forget about my ascot injury.