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POST-GAZETTE, AUGUST 8, 2014 Page 7 !ii by j lngela Cornacchio The Revere Rooftop continued their summer series of fashion shows this past week that featured styles from Seaside Allure Boutique. Photo by Dawn Kingston) Socially Scene Reviewed ... This past Thursday the Revere Hotel was back in action with their rooftop fashion shows. The event has been held every Wednesday night but due to our out of the ordinary stormy weather a few had been canceled. The well attended shows resumed with, "Seaside Allure" bou- tique that is based out of Marblehead, MA. It was a gorgeous evening with many of Boston's glit- terati already sipping cock- tails on the fantastic rooftop pool when Socially Scene arrived on site. The Revere Hotel is an upscale venue with light bites to comple- ment their mixology bever- age list. Back stage is always a plea- sure as you get the opportfl- nity to catch the last minute preparations that go into making these social events a success. Or even get a sneak peek at items that weren't able to fit in the show like a fabulous beach bag that included its own wine key! Hair and makeup was cre- ated by Pyara Aveda Salon currently located in Harvard Square but is moving to a brandnew "secret" location. They did an amazing job of highlighting the features on each of the Maggie Inc. models. First to hit the runway, was a collection of fun and flirty dresses that would have made a great look for a back- yard BBQ or a cabana cock- tail party. Casual and comfy hit the runway next for Seaside Allure that would be fitting for a summer Sunday spent at the beach. Closing out the rooftop show was chic evening wear that brought a bold solid color and poppy floral appeal that would catch attention at any cocktail party. It is always a fashion suc- cess when the event {s man- aged by Christina K. Pierce Fashion Agency. The styles were a hit with the packed cocktailers on the Revere Rooftop. There are still more shows to come from Pierce and you can visit her website at www.christina-pierce.corn. If you are interested in pur- chasing any of these sum- mer styles, Seaside Allure is located at 7 Pleasant Street, Marblehead and can be reached at 781-639-0617 or visit to purchase right onlinel So You Think You Can Cook ... The Boston Center for Adult Education is hold- ing their fall classes starting this September that include celebrity chef instructors. Starting this September and continuing through October 2014, the Boston Center for Adult Education is once again offering Boston- ians an exclusive opportu- nity to rub elbows with some of the area's top chefs as part of its ongoing celebrity chefs cooking series. During the fall term, stu- dents will learn to cook in Real Estate Mcrlt6o Gallo Appraisals Sales & Rentals 376 North Street Boston, MA02113 (617) 523-2100 Fax (617) 523-3530 hands-on classes taught by local chefs including Paul Turano of Cook, Michael Scelfo of Alden & Harlow, Tony Messina of Uni, Matt Foley of The Merchant, Jeremy Kean of Whisk and Wink & Nod, and Josh Lewin of Bread and Salt Hospitality. All of the chefs will step out from behind the line and into the BCAE's state-of-the-art kitchen facilities for a one session interactive cooking class. Under the guidance of these top chefs, students will create the dishes they crave from their favorite local eateries. These delicious classes will leave everyone wanting more. Be sure to reserve seats now; space is limitedl The Boston Center for Adult Education is located at 122 Arlington .Street, Boston. The course begins in Sep- tember and will continue through October with official dates to be listed on the website along with details of each class. Please visit or call the Boston Center for Adult Edu- cation at ~617-267-44~0 to sign up. Ayla Brown to Perform at ... 29th Annual Citizens Bank Pops by the Sea on Sunday, August 10th. The Arts Foundation of Cape Cod is pleased to announce that vocalist Ayla Brown will be performing with the Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra at the 29th Annual Citizens Bank Pops by the Sea concert. Ayla Brown is a singer/ song-writer, musician, ath- lete, and TV personality. After placing 13th on season 5 of Amer/can Ido/, Ayla made hundreds of personal appear- ances in the New England area and developed a very strong musical fan base. She released her debut album, Forward, in October, 2006, and entered Boston College on a full athletic scholarship, majoTing in Communica- tions, that same year. Since moving to Nashville to pur- sue her music career, Ayla has opened for numerous country music stars, includ- ing Josh Turner, Jason Aldean, Craig Morgan, Loretta Lynn, Tracy Lawrence, Sara Evans, Darius Rucker and more. According to Kevin Howard, President & CEO of the Arts Foundation, "Ayla is a special and unique talent. She is one of those rare performers who is comfortable in many genres and gives great pas- I DIAMONDS l ROLEX ESTATE JEWELRY Bought & Sold Jewelers Exch. Bldg. Jim (617) 263-7766 The angelic voice of Ayla Brown will grace the 29th Annual Citizens Bank Pops by the Sea on Sunday, August 10th. (Photo by derekbra hoto.b spot. ) sion in her interpretations. Pops by the Sea has been a stage for stars of the future and we look forward to wel- coming Ayla into that group." Proceeds from the concert enable the Arts Foundation to fulfill its mission to sup- port, promote, and celebrate the arts and culture of Cape Cod year-round. The Arts Foundation of Cape Cod, Bamstable County's regional arts agency, provides artis- tic, cultural, and educational programs in every town on Cape Cod, with an emphasis on supporting arts educa- tion initiatives, individual artists, and cultural organi- zations throughout the year. For further information about the AFCC or to order Pops tickets, please visit or call 508-362-0066. Support the Cause in More Ways Than One ... The Massachusetts Breast Cancer Coalition will be holding their annual state- wide Against the Tide swim, kayak, walk, or run fund- raising event again in 2014. The morning event con- sists of several components (competitive and recreational) 1-mile swims, recreational 2-mile kayak, recreational 3-mile walk, and competitive and recreational 5K and 10K runs. Participants of all ages and abilities can choose 1, 2, or 3 of these exciting activi- ties. The event also offers an Aquathlon "Splash and Dash" comPonent, where partici- pants "splash" in the compe- tition and immediately "dash" in the competitive 5K or 10K run (chosen bY the participant). Participants are encouraged to fundraise and all proceeds support the Mas- sachusetts Breast Cancer Coalition. The 15th annual Cape Cod Against the Tide will be held on Saturday, August 16t'~ at DCR's Nickerson State Park located at 3488 Main Street in Brewster, MA. The event starts at 7:00 am and ends at 12:00 pm. Please visit or call 800-649-MBCC for more in- formation, to register, or make a pledge to a partici- pant or fundraising team. Twin Brother ... An ener- getic indie folk rock group will be in Boston on August 24th at Tr & The Bears Place in support of their upcoming album Swallow the Anchor. The band decided it was time to create an album that was primarily them, which is exactly what they've done with Swallow the Anchor. With a new sense of matu- n'ty and depth in their sound, Twin Brother truly has taken off with this album full of indie folk goodness, and this is a show you'll definitely want to check out. Twin Brother has been kicking about their musical aspirations in the upper Mid- west in various formations throughout their collective years in Milwaukee, rooted in the steady musical (and comradic) bond between vo- calist/guitarist Scan Raasch and drummer Tyler Nelson. Their new LP Swallow The Anchor is an album that is filled with folk galore ex- pressed in the form of nine heart-wrenching songs. The energetic pop-rock duo, Jackraasch is where Twin Brother really took off, but it wasn't until Raasch and Nelson ironed out. those early-20s' wrinkles that they set their form to fly true by joining forces with musical comrade, Lodewijk ("Lodi") Broekhuizen on bass and violin. The trio set to writing together, with Raasch at the helm, and developed a new sense of maturity and depth in their sound, claiming its name of Twin Brother (hold- ing familial meaning to Raasch). This time around the band decided to create an album that was primarily them, with (Continued on Page 13) JUSTINE YANDLE PHOTOGRAPHY 781.589.7347 JUSTINE.YANDLE@GMAIL.COM WWW.JUSTINEYANDLEPH OTOGRAPHYCOM