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Thank you all!
Many thanks to everyone who made our 2010 Party Under the Harvest Moon such a great success: Doug Berman, producer of Car Talk and Wait, Wait, Don't Tell Me; Tom and Ray Magliozzi, of NPR'r Car Talk; Suzanne Wallen, from Partners in Health; Abe Rybeck, founder of the Theater Offensive; Barbara Taggart, Cambridgeport activist; Carol Tienkin from the Greater Boston Food Bank; and Robin Young, host of WBUR’s Here and Now, who came out despite a terrible cough. We also thank The Blue Suede Boppers for the great music, and Tables of Content, for their delicious food and for running the kitchen so smoothly. Finally, we are grateful to all of the restaurants and businesses who donated food and drink: Acqua Panna Andala Coffee House Baraka Café Cambridge Brewing Company Casablanca Restaurant Dave’s Fresh Pasta Diesel Café and Bloc 11 Café Henrietta’s Table Highland Kitchen Hungry Mother The Middle East Olé Mexican Grill Pacific Street Café Petsi Pies Redbones Rendezvous in Central Square Royal East San Pellegrino Stone Hearth Pizza Tables of Content Trader Joe’s at Fresh Pond University Wine UpStairs on the Square Veggie Planet Whole Foods Market Donations are still coming in, but already the event has raised more than $45,000 for our Produce Rescue program.