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elcome to QUEST, the neighborhood journal that rigorously chronicles the world’s social swirl, while still providing a very private "snoop" inside the lives and lifestyles of the most intriguing (and wealthy!) people on earth. QUEST is that close friend who reminds each of us why we still celebrate all that is good about luxury. In publication for 27 years, we’ve been adopted by the "next generation" – covering their causes, careers, and choices, just as we did for their parents. QUEST has become their societal bond–a common link shared by both generations. Say what you will about their luxurious indulgences and sometimes scandalous behavior (and QUEST says a lot!), QUEST will always be their pal.

QUEST and its unique audience share an inseparable connection … a passion for taste, style, and luxury. QUEST readers are educated, affluent, and transaction-oriented. They live in the best neighborhoods; they shop and spend in all the right stores; and they can mean BIG business for you! QUEST audience includes both first and second generation readers, those who helped launch the magazine and those who grew up with it. QUEST provides the most appropriate advertising vehicle for luxury goods and services. QUEST uncovers the latest trends in real estate, home furnishings, art, antiques, fashion, luxury goods, travel, books, music, and philanthropy in every issue. QUEST is a neighborhood friend to the smart set, those well-educated and affluent tastemakers who influence the "talk-about-town". QUEST readers possess the purchasing power and "word of mouth" network that can launch new products and sustain the buzz for established brands.


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"It's a Quest for excellence, a demand for certain standards below which one must not stoop‌ not everyone reads it – just the ones who count, the movers and shakers who can't afford to not be well-informed." -Richard Johnson, New York Post


QUEST 2014 Editorial Calendar as of January 2014 The Party that Made Palm Beach

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Kips Bay Designer Showhouse

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Jewelry

The Society of Memorial Sloan Kettering

June

Greenwich

The National Audubon Society

July

Hamtons

The Hampton Designer Showhouse

August

QUEST 400

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Fall Fashion

The New York Botanical Garden Rose Garden Dinner Dance

October

Arts & Culture

American Ballet Theatre

November

Real Estate

Food Allergy Initiative

December

Holiday

Boys & Girls Club of Palm Beach

The Bal Poudré in Whitehall’s Grand Ballroom, March 1903

Henry Flagler 1830 - 1913

Mary Lily Flagler dressed for the Bal Poudré

Ever wonder why there are so many galas in Palm Beach each Season or how they became a traditional part of each Season? The next time you’re donning black tie or gown, you can blame or credit, as the case may be, Henry Flagler and Whitehall. One hundred ten years ago, the first gala in Palm Beach, a Bal Poudré, was hosted by Henry and Mary Lily Flagler in Whitehall’s Grand Ballroom on March 5, 1903.

Bal Poudrés (literally translated, powdered wig balls) were popular, both in America and in England, during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. In

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The Russians Are Coming! To American Ballet Theatre this season

Nina Ananiashvili in George Balanchine’s Mozartiana. © The George Balanchine Trust.

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Highlighting the Spring Season are two Russian-themed works: The All-Prokofiev Celebration and Balanchine-Tchaikovsky Spectacular. Kevin McKenzie, Artistic Director of American Ballet Theatre, enthusiastically explains that the common thread between the programs is the music. "In a roundabout way, these two programs do give a nod to the centenary of the Russian impressario Serge Diaghilev. The work of George Balanchine, of course, being the direct link and dominating the content of both programs. But it is really the influence of Russian music that drives these two programs. That music drove the choreographers. Between Tchaikovsky, Prokofiev, Ratmansky (all Russian), Balanchine (referred to as Russian but really Georgian), and Kudelka (well-OK, Canadian, but of Slavic descent) one could also say: ‘the Russians are coming!’ Any way you perceive it, it’s going to be exciting.”

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ight after night, American Ballet Theatre transports you with striking moments of passion, heroism and heartbreak. The real world seems far away as you experience the power, drama and athleticism of the world’s greatest dancers on the world’s greatest stage. Energy flows between performers and audience, leaving you renewed and invigorated.

Last year's Museum of the City of New York Winter Ball took place on March 8, 2012, at The Plaza.


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