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A Night with NY's Green Who's-Who

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Anyone scrambling for ideas on how to throw a green gala in New York needed to look no further than “A Night of Eco-Chic Entertaining,” held Thursday night at Astor Center, in the East Village. Hosted by Celia Chen of notesonaparty (seen at left with actress Annie Churchill) , the cocktail gathering brought together some of the most innovative green businesses from the Big Apple and beyond, among them event planner dvgreen, Brooklyn chocolatier nunu and florist organicbouquet.

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