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Robin Hood Radio

Classical Tents

Parties & Openings

Nov. 14 - Tivoli
Kaatsbaan's 25th Anniversary

Nov. 13 - Pittsfield
Westward Ho Ho Ho!

Nov. 12 - G. Barrington
The Triplex's 20th Anniversary

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Friends of Clermont Raise a Glass for the Cottage Restoration

Carey Maloney and Hermes Mallea are friends indeed to both the Clermont State Historic Site, where Hermes serves on the board, and to Rural Intelligence, where Carey writes his inimitable Wandering Eye blog.  Last Saturday, August 7, on behalf of Clermont, they hosted a benefit cocktail reception at their riverfront house in Germantown and scored an unprecedented social coup when a continguency of nuns from the convent next door turned up.  The sisters seemed less impressed than some others with the river view (understandable, since their’s is virtually identical), and more amused by the pigs-in-blankets and the M (Group) partners’ witty weekend-house decor. 

Center, Mother Mary Mark Louis and Sister Dierdre arrive with a contingency of fellow Carmelite nuns.

Amy Dubin and Christina Mohr; Brian Lange, Conrad Hansen and Matthew Carnicelli

Hermes Mallea and Maggie Marinaccio; Colin Stair and Katrina Stair

Carey Maloney and Marianne Thorsen; Pat Falk

Frank Swim and Warner Shook; Rick Griner and Tracie Rozhan Aldrich

Edmond Franco, Martha Vos, Joanne Gray, Glenda Law, Hermes Mallea and Sue Karyanides

Tracie Rozhan Aldrich and Chuck Houghton; Susan Seidel makes an entrance.

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