August 27, 1999
House Parties, Hats, and Naughtiness
707 Bayard, 205 Hickman, 316 Hickman, 211 Lake, and 10 Terrace were just a fraction of the group-houses seen wearing wild hats during 19 Terrace's Hat Party. If there was a will, party-goers found a way to wear just about anything on their heads. Some of the most memorable hat fashions were engineered and modeled by a party-goer (who wore a battery-operated blender complete with ice and margarita mix), Miss Freida Fry a.k.a. Cliff Lassahn (who was the main boardwalk attraction for people and seagulls alike as he donned a bucket of Thrasher French Fries), and 68 Park (who created eye-popping Jiffy Pop popcorn caps that were bursting with flavor). Other hatware was provided by the Baby Bonnet Boys (who cried "Your crib or mine?"), and the 12 bitchy-witchy members of the Scarborough Witch Project. In retrospect, there's just one thing to say to everyone who participated: "Hats off!"
It was a breeze to eat, drink, and be merry at 224 Country Club's Annual Sea Breeze party. Rodney Cook and Charlie Browne were exquisite hosts. They provided plenty of food, beverage, and warm hospitality to over 300 friends. The scary part is, all 300 people were REALLY friends. Hasn't anyone told them that Rehoboth parties are about inviting 300 people you DON'T know and having them talk bad about you once they leave?
312 Bayard's Cocktails and Cockrings party was forced indoors when a rainstorm struck Rehoboth. Once inside, party-goers discovered that the basement had been transformed into a dark dungeon with winding walls. It didn't take long for the Green Lantern-inspired soirée to evolve into a Crew Club-like after-hours hot spot. Numerous Rehoboth socialites visited the Bayard basement.##