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CultureMAX! Awards

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Mort K√ľnstler's NRM Opening

November 14 - Pittsfield
Festival Of Trees 2014

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A Belated Opening Celebration at HunterBee in Millerton

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Four months after opening their antiques shop in Millerton, Kent Hunter and Jonathan Bee (left with Moira Kelly) had a cocktail party in their store, HunterBee, to thank their neighbors and customers for their enthusiastic support during difficult times. Many guests said the ebullient fellows had done much to foster a new esprit de corps among the Millerton merchants, and the party’s bonhomie suggested that the town embraces entrepreneurs who have community spirit.

 
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M.E. Freeman and Mary O’Brien, who runs the Chaiwalla tea room in Salisbury; Budd Kalb and Millerton dress shop owner Kate Carty.
 
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Ri Kennedy and Susan Mieras
 
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Graphic designer and painter Paula Scher and her husband, the illustrator/graphic designer Seymour Chwast; Wolf & Rita Jakubowski with host Kent Hunter.
 
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Steve Beispel with Dean & Eliska Smiley of Gilmor Glass.
 
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Ina Saltz; It Boy Emeric Harney with Millerton family physician Kristie Schmidt
 
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Brigitte Harney, who runs her family’s eponymous tea room down the block, with her across-the-street neighbor, Jan Gilmor, of Gilmor Glass; Bonnie Hundt of the Hylton Hundt Salon with Ann Butler, director of the library and archives at the Center for Curatorial Studies and Art in Contemporary Culture at Bard College

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