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Prostate of Play

by AVENUE insider Photographed by Sylvain Gaboury/PMC
Monday, November 13, 2017
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Michael Milken, Whoopi Goldberg and more gathered at Cipriani 42nd Street last Monday to pay tribute to the Prostate Cancer Foundation (PCF). The organization, founded by Milken, is dedicate to the fight against Prostate Cancer. Goldberg emceed the event, and trade repartee with Milken throughout the night. “What do you think of Big Data?” asked Milken, at one point. “I don’t know, maybe I should spend some time with him,” Goldberg responded.


The evening also featured a stirring performance by Jennifer Hudson. Hudson sang numbers like “Love You I Do,” “Spotlight” and “And I am Telling You,” as well as a medley of Whitney Houston songs.


Guests included Laurie and Peter Grauer, Alex Rodriguez and Jennifer Lopez, Dr. David Shulkin, Julia and David Koch, Spencer Segura, Candace Bushnell, Jim Coleman, Debra and Leon Black, Seth Bernstein, Nina Grauer, Plum and Dr. Jonathan Simons, Andrew von Eschenbach, Toni and Dr. Stuart Holden, Tina Storper, Larry Leeds, Bonnie Pfeifer Evans, Kristen and David Steinberg, Mitchell Modell, Maria and Kenneth Fishel, Debbie and Cliff Robbins, Camille and Larry Ruvo and Tammy and Keith Frankel.





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