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Tuesday, July 12, 2022

On the Scene


Fancy Feast 2022 was the second fete by Robinson’s Rescue for feline lovers. After a two-year hiatus due to Covid, the friendly felines are once again front and center at Fairfield Manor, where chef and owner John Cariere prepared a fabulous five-course dinner for guests and sponsors. It was a purrrfect evening. (Photos by Emory Bray)


1) Janey Macey and Jimi

2) Jason Zahn, Slexis Svehla and Pranathi Maramraj

3) Sherron Bihm, Andrea Master- Everson and Kelly Beaty

4) Jeff Everson and Kelvin Samuel

5) John Cariere and Andrea Master-Everson

6) Fancy Feast Menu

7) Shannon Sale, Rusty and Bitsy Smith

8) Leah Sullivan, Kelyn Bihm, Jen O’Neal, Jeri Perez and Laura Sullivan

Chip Kidd, one of the most renowned graphic designers in the world and a Batman aficionado, brought his Manhattan Batman exhibition, “Batman Black and White: Sketch Covers, Commissioned by Chip Kidd,” to artspace. There are 150 of them on display. He invited others to sketch. Ward Sutton created MadBatmen, a spoof on Mad Men with reference to the Joker stealing the Lucky Strike account. Gloria Vanderbilt portrayed Bat Woman with lush red lips, and a sequined cat-eyes mask. The exhibit opened on June 24 and will be up until Aug. 27. — Mary Ann Van Osdell

Batman Black and White

1) Emma Loyd and Hannah Riann

2) Chip Kidd (seated)

3) Artist Parker Turner

4) Jones and Pepito Munez

5) Wenona Jonker and James French

6) Artist Paige Summers, foreground

7) Gilbert Salcedo and Bailey Harris

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