Palm Beach’s Rip McIntosh loses seat on Wyoming Museum board
Long-time Palm Beach resident Henry ” Rip ” McIntosh did not hide his conservative political convictions. Just take a look at her Twitter feed or ask one of the 25,000 people who read her daily newsletter, which includes articles and comments drawn from various sources and written by others.
But maybe he shares too much.
A recent newsletter included an article – not written by McIntosh – brimming with racial stereotypes and slurs.
The article sparked outrage and led to McIntosh’s resignation this week from his seat on the board of directors of the Buffalo Bill Center for the West Museum in Cody, Wyoming.
However, no such reprimand comes from the Society of the Four Arts in Palm Beach, where McIntosh is a member of the executive board of the board.
The private cultural, educational and literary organization sees it as a problem of protecting freedom of expression, even if it is not McIntosh’s own words that are protected.
When asked about the matter, the organization released this statement: “The Society of the Four Arts is aware of an unfavorable opinion expressed regarding an article published in a newsletter circulated by a member and administrator of Four Arts. The member is not the author of the article, and The Four Arts recognizes the First Amendment rights of its members. Neither the author nor the member write or publish the article on behalf of or in conjunction with The Society of the Four Arts. The member has not resigned or been invited to resign. “
Octogenarian McIntosh says the newsletter is his way of getting involved.
“It’s a newsletter, but basically it’s my way of doing other things than sticking around in cocktails bitching about the status quo, or bitching about what’s going on with the President or Congress. or lawmakers or firefighters or whatever, ”McIntosh told Nick Martin of The informant.
“It’s my way of getting involved. I am 85 years old. I can’t go out and dig ditches or walk the streets and carry signs… or do “peaceful protests” where I burn half the city down. “
So there is that.
Read the informant’s article here.
Don’t be silent: Since Penny Lancaster Put on a City of London Police badge, there has been a wave of crimes committed by men hoping for a pat-down of the ex-model.
OK, only the first part of this sentence is true.
In April, the seasonal Palm Beach resident and singer’s wife rod Stewart obtained his certification as a Special Constable of the City of London Police.
She told the Daily Mail that she was inspired to join the force after appearing in a British reality TV series, “Famous and Fighting Crime. ”
It’s not like she isn’t qualified, considering that she’s a mom and a stepmom to these guys.
And, of course, the fiery Scotsman himself, who is no stranger to absentia.
If only she had had this badge on New Years Eve …
Birthday paw: Cute canine Caviar Jaminet – look at him; it is the color of an Ossetra pot – celebrated its first sixth birthday with human and doggie friends.
It was his sixth birthday chronologically, but his first birthday as a Palm Beach dog.
He was a pandemic surrender, locked in a Baton Rouge shelter, when he was rescued and adopted by a publicist / special event planner Michelle jaminet in July 2020.
He had heartworm but was treated by his human.
To celebrate its new lease of life, the party was themed around champagne and caviar, with each guest receiving a personalized glass of champagne on arrival with endless refills of Veuve Cliquot, Billecart and Cristal; countless platters of appetizers made with Royal Ossetra caviar; and dozens of black and gold balloons.
Mother Nature had her own plans for the patio garden party and opened up her skies, forcing the event to take place in more intimate quarters inside.
But it’s OK. In this case, “intimate” translates to “closer to the bar”.
For his birthday, Caviar received a Tiffany dog collar because Caviar, you are no longer in Baton Rouge.
We saw humans Arlette Gordon, Stan Collemer, Rick Hurtado, Debbie Goldenhersh, Lisa and David Gulley, Dawn and Thomas Assenzio, Lori Stoll, Tracy Fulham, Bruce Coren, Joy Pahlavan and Carl Vasile, Bob Munden, Margrit Bessenroth-Lynn, Lorre and Nancy Erlick, and Skira Watson, as well as canine guests Jackson Vasile, Annie Gulley and Bear Stoll.
In lieu of freebies, Caviar asked for donations from the Shutterbug Foundation to support the Michael Jaminet Memorial Scholarship, created in honor of Michelle’s late brother, Michael, who died of brain cancer at the age of 44.
Understood: This widower Bill Blodgett, whose late wife Alicia was one of the first victims of the coronavirus pandemic, and widowed Sandy thompson got married a few weeks ago.