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“She couldn’t surprise me because I was always so nosy,” Fiterman told me at the recent gala at the Oak Ridge Country Club in Hopkins. “She chased me out of the room a lot of times because I was looking over some of the things on the table. My dining-room table will never be the same, since Kimberley was there. She had papers and books and things strewn all over. Not only that, she had [things on] my fireplace, my living room, on the floor and on the ceiling.”
As you can see from my startribune.com/video, there was no shortage of the color purple or memorabilia at the party for 150, which attracted notables and characters.
I cannot even tell readers about the cuff links an artsy interior designer for Abitare Design Studio wanted to make sure I caught on video. Sorry, too racy.
Racy enough was the conversation with Kathryn Sternberg, her daughter Stacy Sternberg and their Minnesota friend Eilene Shadler.
Kathryn was calling attention to what she claimed were her daughter’s new boobs, which were somewhat on display. “They’re not. They’re two years old,” Stacy corrected.
“I thought they were brand new?” Shadler said.
Earlier, before the fun people at the party found me, Shadler said another partygoer walked up to Stacy and said, Those are beautiful boots. “And I thought she said boobs, and I said, ‘How can she tell that they’re new?!’ ”
In a phone call later, Shadler told me the Sternbergs are from Vegas and that Stacy is a nuclear physicist. A scientist? “A scientist of great caliber,” Shadler stressed, “and now she’s got the new boobs to prove it.”
Not new, two years old.
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