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‘Bartschland in Boston’ to benefit ICA

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The Revere Hotel tells us that it’s booked Susanne Bartsch to host a party and concert in its Space 57 on April 20, which is kind of a big deal if you’re a club kid. Bartsch is a famous New York party hostess and event producer who still runs big-deal club nights and recently threw a Valentine’s Day ball with “Sex and the City” stylist Patricia Field. This Boston event, which she’s calling “Bartsch­land in Boston,” will benefit the Institute of Contemporary Art. Performers on the roster for the night include JbDubs, a.k.a. James Whiteside, a former Boston Ballet dancer.

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