History Uncorked benefit raises funds for History Center


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Peace, Love and Rock 'n' Roll ruled Friday night during the Sen. John Heinz History Center's 15th annual History Uncorked benefit. The party chaired by Nathan Boxx celebrated "1968: The Year That Rocked America" exhibit.

Nearly 2,000 groovy groupies filled all five floors of the History Center roaming from the live band on the first to the DJ dance party that rocked the packed fifth-floor ballroom. The most valuable thing the VIP ticket bought was some breathing room. Before the masses descended, VIPs could visit the exhibit and enjoy food and drink sans the lines.

Among those feeling the good vibrations were Terri White, Matt Lancaster, Bennett and Rosie Reed and Matthew Taylor.

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