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Parties & Openings

Sept. 26 - Hyde Park
Half Moon Theatre Gala

Sept. 25 - Spencertown
Kitchen Tour Preview

Sept. 21 - G. Barrington
Berkshire Grown Supper

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Findustry’s New Show: Dirty Dishes and Other Stories

The fun at Findustry, a gallery/store on Warren Street owned by John Findysz, always starts outside, with the windows.  These had been done on Saturday afternoon, November 8, by the star of that evening’s performance piece, Homer Snyder (in cowboy gear at left), using nothing but masking tape.  The show, “Dirty Dishes and Other Stories,” runs until it changes. Orange you sorry you weren’t there? 

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Performance artist Homer Snyder’s masking tape window display; John Findysz astride a brass-clad Trojan horse borrowed for the evening’s performance from Fun House Antiques on Warren Street.

Aaron Enfield, Sally Helgesen with Rocco the Pomeranian, and Greta Boeringer, the Hudson libarian; Another Story: a stack of Hermes boxes on a chromatically compatible chair.

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David Ludwig, Aaron Brumbelow and Patrick Terenchin; Kurt Smith of Fun House Antiques and John Findysz.

701 Warren Street, Hudson; 917.548.3140

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