MARSHFIELD — 500 guests attended a (modified) Corey Fest, which raised more than $800,000 for the Corey C. Griffin Foundation to support youth and service charities. To keep within state Covid-19 guidelines and to ensure safety of guests, Corey Fest was held at the Marshfield Drive-In with event goers staying in their cars. Nashville sensation Chris Young performed for the guests. All photos by Bill Brett

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May 4, 2020: Bill was so ready to photograph a Kentucky Derby party, but because of covid-19 spring events have been cancelled or postponed. So, we’re re-posting Bill’s photos from two events two years ago at Society on High and Serefina. FINANCIAL DISTRICT — Bill Brett stopped by two parties, both on High Street, where hundreds had gathered to watch the Kentucky Derby on May 5, 2018. First stop was at Society on High, 99…

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  Editor’s Note: We’re re-publishing Bill’s photos from the 2018 Santa Speedo Run. BACK BAY — More than $75,000 was raised in the 18th annual Santa Speedo Run on Saturday, Dec. 8, 2018. Money raised from the event for the Play Ball! Foundation.  The SSRun began in Boston in 2000 with give guys just looking to spread some holiday spirit by running through Back Bay in only Santa hats and Speedos. Since then it has…

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FENWAY — More than 1,200 guests attended the Corey C. Griffin Charitable Foundation‘s annual Corey Fest, which was held at the House of Blues on November 2, 2019. The event raised more than $1 million to support the Foundation’s mission of improving the lives of primarily Boston-area children through strategic partnerships with the city’s leading educational and healthcare institutions, with an emphasis on faith-based initiatives. “We believe that every child should have the opportunity to…

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SCITUATE — More than 200 guests attended the performance of Jimmy Keys as part of a night to raise funds for Alice’s House. The event was held at The River Club in Scituate. Jimmy performed showtunes, comedy skits and impersonations, including Mick Jagger, Barry Manilow and Rod Stewart. The event’s emcee and auctioneer Jim Fagan pushed the crowd and the night raised more than $100,000 for Alice’s House. The organization’s founder Janet Gibson explained the…

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