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celebrity correspondent and MTV executive producer, has a new TV project. “Celebrity Bromances: Ranked,” takes a comical look at Hollywood’s most famous Celebrity Bromances, and ranks them. The program, which features George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Matt Damon, Ben Affleck and The Jonas Brothers, premiered on December 13. Check listings for future airings! * * * Since liquor at Vered Gallery parties has been banned, this year’s holiday auction has found a new home — on eBayLive. The auction will feature 159 lots, paintings, sculptures and photographs, and include works by Picasso, Chagall, Avery, Hockney, Sam Francis, Man Ray and Hamptons artists de Kooning, Bleckner, Rivers, Gwathmey, Klein and Stern. 100% of designated lots are being sold to benefit Sderot. Best the online competition and view the lots live at Vered Gallery daily. Final bidding begins Sunday, December 21, at noon. There might not be any Champagne, but there will be lots of lots to take home! Visit liveauctioneers.com for more information.

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pantries and tutoring. Mary-Anne Tupper, HRH Director, made sure all the swimmers warmed up with chili, soup, hot dogs, donuts, and other food donated by local businesses including The Golden Pear and The Cheese Shop in Southampton. Her husband, Bill Tupper, said last year this event raised over $100,000 for needy families. Over the five years, they hope to raise more than $500,000. Jim Van Nostrand, Southampton Village Administrator, said an anonymous donor put up $100 for each village employee, as well as fireman, police and ambulance volunteers who jumped in. The Tomorrow Foundation sponsored school district employees at $100 per person — $200 for principals. Elected officials were backed by a $200 pledge, and Bob Gianos of East End Properties sponsored SHHS and Intermediate School students at $50 each. Wright & Company Construction sponsored its own employees and their families for $100 each. “Everyone looks forward to this event each year because it’s like one big happy family,” said Van Nostrand, who was dressed as a “Surfer Gorilla” for his first year at the Plunge. The idea for the Polar Bear Plunge at Cooper’s Beach came from Gary Glanz of Southampton, who participated in a similar event in Maryland which raised $50,000. “I thought if they could raise $50,000 in that little town, that in Southampton we could raise a lot more, and I was right,” he said. For more information on the Polar Bear Plunge and the Human Resources of the Hamptons: hrhamptons.org

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Dan's Papers 2008 Holiday Issue  

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,...

Dan's Papers 2008 Holiday Issue  

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,...

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