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To the well-lived life!

| Sunday, Sept. 26, 2010

In search of some glossy reading material to get their finely manicured hands on, the glitterati came ready to flip through the recently va-va-voomed Fanfare Magazine on Thursday, where the who's who were ready to raise a glass (or two) during a re-launch party held at the Heinz History Center.

Trib Total Media prez Ralph Martin, Jim Roddey, Wayne and Barb Patterson, Dr. Anna Wooten, and Andrea Smith were among those air-kissing their way towards executive editor and social butterfly Jean Horne, although we couldn't help but tease her plus-one, Charlie, about whether or not he was going to be making a quick exit to Heinz Field for the Pitt/Miami game.

"I still might!" he laughed.

Celebrating its fifth anniversary, the mag has undergone a fresh facelift, celebrating the many ways that Downtownies and suburbanites alike can enjoy The Well-Lived Life.

We'll drink to that!

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Fanfare Magazine Relaunch

Fanfare Magazine Relaunch

Fanfare Magazine relaunch party held at the Heinz History Center, Thursday, September, 23, 2010. Aimee Obidzinski | Tribune-Review

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