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An upcoming event that could be fun. One of our favorite jazz singers, SAMM, who croons like a cross between Sarah Vaughn and Ella Fitzgerald, will be breaking out the standards, along with nibbles from CityPlace restaurants and many bottles of wine. For tix, at $60, call the Harriet Box Office at (866) 449-2489 or visit .

Here's the abridged PR: --GS

CityPlace Uncorked, Downtown West Palm Beach’s premier food and wine event, returns to The Harriet Himmel Theater on Thursday, Aug. 7 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. The flavorful affair pairs some of the world’s finest wines, presented by Republic National Distributing Company, with an array of epicurean delights from CityPlace restaurants including Bar Louie; City Cellar; Ruth’s Chris Steak House; Taverna Opa; Il Bellagio; Saito’s Japanese Steakhouse; Blue Martini; Brewzzi; Legal Sea Foods; and Continental Catering.

Proceeds from Uncorked will benefit West Palm 100, a nonprofit social and civic organization dedicated to supporting West Palm Beach’s children, families and neighborhoods through donations of time and resources.

Also on the menu is live entertainment provided by one of the area’s most popular jazz vocalists, SAMM, along with animated fashion vignettes showcasing the hottest fashions from CityPlace retailers. Wild 95.5’s Virginia and Valentine will serve as the masters of ceremonies.

Guests must be 21 or older to purchase tickets. Tickets are $60 per person in advance or $75 at the door and a limited number of VIP tickets are available for $100.

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