PRESENTS: Cupcakes, Cocktails & Conversation

Ahem…Is this mic on? Ladies and gentlemen, is having an event in NYC — the very first one ever! That’s right, Triple B is hosting an event in The Big Apple. On the heels of the widely successful Best Man Holiday film, Triple B is rounding up fellas (single, married and unmarried but in a committed relationship) to discuss all things love and relationships. Next month on the evening of December 12th in Harlem, your favorite male blogger Cousin Mars will moderate this lively discussion at the uber-sexy La Femme Suite. There will be a chance for questions and answers so the ladies can weigh in, too. As if that wasn’t reason enough to get excited (and because Triple B loves alliteration), there will also be tasty cocktails served along with yummy cupcakes provided by Sydney’s Sweets. Plus La Femme Suite will be raffling off exciting prizes and providing a pole fitness show. The very best part, folks? All of this is f-r-e-e!

For more information and to RSVP, click here. Aren’t in NYC? Forward this link to your loved ones who are in the Empire State. Space is limited so don’t delay!

P.S. – Because Triple B is adamant about giving back and the importance of literacy, we’re asking that all guests bring along at least one children’s book. The books will be donated to an area hospital.

UPDATE: After less than a week of being announced, this event is officially SOLD-OUT! Many thanks for your support. Didn’t RSVP in time? No worries, we plan to take Cupcakes, Cocktails & Conversation on the road. Stay tuned for details on the next city.

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  1. OMG!!! This sounds like so much fun! Would you ever do something like this in DC???

  2. @Katina-DC is def in the works. Stay tuned!

  3. Cute idea! You had me at cupcakes, LOL! I can’t make it but please share some video footage on the site afterward.

  4. Lol! I have loved alliteration since JHS, it excites my brain to see the variations. I would also like to commend you for promoting literacy. While in college I taught illiterate adult workers at Elmhurst Hospital, NYC, and it is still my most memorable employment. Just last week I volunteered to do it free of charge, that’s how rewarding it was.

  5. Count me in! Drinks, treats, and men. Now the outfit search begins.

  6. @Andrea – Yes, pics will be posted. We’ll catch you at the next one. @Monique – See you there! WOO HOO

    @SD – I didn’t realize we were both fans of alliteration! Sweet. I also didn’t realize we both had a connection to promoting literacy. My first job as a senior in high school was at the Adult Learning Center in the Queensborough Public Library (Jamaica branch). I too assisted adults (many had children older than I was at the time) who couldn’t read above a 4th grade level. It was such an eye-opening experience. And for the past 5/6 years, my girlfriends and I have donated and books and read to children in Harlem and the South Bronx around this time of year. Every year I am heartbroken by the number of children we encounter who clearly are not used to anyone reading to them at home. The decision to ask guests to bring books to this Triple B event was last-minute however if only one book is received it was worth it.

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