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Kimberly Goff of the Elaine Benson Gallery (and Dan’s Papers), who continues her mother Elaine Benson’s legacy, will work with Julie Keyes of Keyes Arts, to create BensonKeyes Arts. The duo will start its new venture with three ambitious shows in Southampton, the first of which opens on July 11. * * * The Jewish community of Hamptons is gearing up for a first in the summer getaway: a Chasidic wedding. On June 21, Rabbi Leibel and Goldie Baumgarten, co-directors of Chabad-Lubavitch of the Hamptons, will be marrying off their daughter, Chana Baumgarten, to Rabbi Mendy Weiss, of Manchester, UK, at the Ross School in East Hampton. * * *

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Bob Ankerson, 75 Bob Ankerson of East Quogue passed away last week. He loved life — especially jazz — and was a good friend of Dan’s Papers, coming in on deadline nights to proofread the paper. He will be missed.

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December without having paid one further centime. Our response to this was to issue him an eviction notice. His response to that was to refuse to leave. And our response to his response was to lock the doors of the adjacent cars so that nobody, other than those coming directly from a station platform during the few seconds the doors opened and closed, could go to the restaurant. Many customers noticed the briefness of the stops on the trains during this period. And so, thank you very much, he left. His service will be replaced next week by a restaurant operation newly formed by my brother, Biff, who has registered the misspelled name as a business enterprise and thus can legally resume the lease. (We hope he pays. Ha. Ha.) The fare will change. Biff will serve hamburgers, hot dogs and spaghetti and meatballs, all things he personally knows the recipes for. I can tell you from personal experience that these items are very tasty indeed, and will be served up quickly, so that patrons can get their meals swiftly and gobble them down in time to arrive promptly at their intended stations. I can’t tell you how many complaints we have had about Le Sommielle during the last six months by straphangers who went there, placed orders, and then had to wait as the train went around our entire subway circuit three times before they even got their bread baskets. Good riddance to Le Sommielle. Who likes snails anyway?



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Dan's Papers June 12, 2009  

Dan's Papers, the 51-year-old bible of the Hamptons, is owned by Manhattan Media, a multi-media publishing company based in New York City,...