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Leading socialites celebrate the launch of second novel

Miami, FL -- (February 21, 2008) – On Friday, February 15th, famed South Beach novelist Brian Antoni hosted an evening soiree with his parents, Dr. Robert and Lynette Antoni, Bob and Janine Antoni, and publishing house Grove/Atlantic, to celebrate the publication of Antoni's second book, entitled South Beach: The Novel.

Miami's top VIPs from the business, arts and entertainment world gathered at the 1920's Mediterranean mansion, owned by Antoni's parents on Flamingo Drive, including: Songwriter Desmond Child; Miami Beach Developer Robert Wennett; Principal of AIA Alison Spear; Owners of Rubell Family Collection Don and Mera Rubell; Visual Artist Carlos Betancourt; Artist Janine Antoni; winner of the Commonwealth Writers' Prize and novelist Bob Antoni; Owner of Books & Books Mitchell Kaplan; Philanthropist Merle Weiss; Editor-in-Chief of Ocean Drive Magazine Glenn Albin; Miami Herald columnist Lesley Abravanel; Miami editor of Avenue Magazine Daisy Olivera; President/CEO of MTV Networks Latin America Pierluigi Gazzolo; Director of Public Affairs of MTV Networks Latin America Mario Cader-Frech; Owners of Kiss My Face Bob MacLeod and Steve Byckiewicz; designer Debbie Ohanian, Author's Edwich Danticat, Carolina Garcia-Aguilera and Vicky Herdricks; Photographer Iran Issa-Khan and Socialite Alan Randolph.

"It was a party where old South Beach met new South Beach…like you were going to South Beach's ultimate prom," said Antoni at the event.

As guests entered the home, they were greeted by Books & Books representatives who were selling copies of Antoni's novel. While sipping margaritas made from Partida Tequila and cocktails by Alchemy Vodka around the poolside dock, guests enjoyed a fireworks display produced by artist Robert Chambers. Antoni's sister and well-known conceptual artist Janine Antoni, who won the MacArthur Genius Award, showcased video art of her walking on water, along with a showcase by Dara Friedman, artist and filmmaker, whose work has appeared in the Whitney Museum of American Art and the Museum of Modern Art, who also screened a surreal movie shot at one of Brian Antoni's parties 15 years ago, along with video art of early South Beach Art Deco design.

Singer and songwriter, Stephanie Lallouz, a close friend of Brian's, closed the evening with a folk song that she had written especially for Brian entitled, "Brian's Song," which represented scenes from early South Beach and included lines from the novel.

When asked how this book party compared to others he had hosted in the past, Antoni commented, "At least, everyone kept their clothes on this time, unlike my last party where Candace Bushnell stripped and jumped in the pool, a very South Beach Sex and the City meets Lipstick Jungle moment."
About the Author:
Brian Antoni is the author of the novel Paradise Overdose, called "one of the most powerful debuts to hit the bookshelves in a long time." Antoni has written for InStyle, The Miami Herald, and Paper magazine, and is a contributing writer for Ocean Drive magazine. He lives in South Beach, Florida.

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Stephanie Lallouz was born into a family of musicians and artists. Since the age of 11, she has performed in Folk Song Festivals, choirs, and musical play performances. She had vocal training in opera at the age of fifteen. She has always written poetry and songs through her youth. "We had all kinds of world music and singing, my Dad is a violinist and plays clarinet, one of the best whistler's in the world. My parents brought me to concerts all of the time."
Stephanie is a self taught guitar player and cellist.
In 2001, she began to call in other musicians to
co-write and perform songs with her.
"Every concert and musician I have ever heard has influenced and inspired me to keep on creating music, it is the most healing and liberating way for me to rock my soul"
"We play World Rockin Blues, originals and once in a while an obscure cover. " or