- The Party of the Century (Events)
"But I just wanted to make sure you got your vaccinations, because the New Year's bash of the century is just a scant week away."
"Of the century? Does Truman Capote know?"
Truman Capote's Black-and-White Ball at the New York Plaza in 1967 was dubbed as "the party of the century" by the slathering press, who salivated at the guest list — the elite from the worlds of politics, high society, the arts...and Hollywood. Dick's do? A few 09ers on a party boat with a keg of beer and some firecrackers. Truman is turning in his grave.
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- Who's Who bio: Truman Capote