Food Bank for New York City's Can-Do Awards

Tony Schalub - Food Bank for New York City's Can-Do Awards - Arrivals - New York City, United States - Tuesday 30th April 2013 (16 Pictures)


Tony Schalub 1

Tony Schalub
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Rachel Ray 2

Rachel Ray
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Jill Hennessey 3

Jill Hennessey
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Michael Stipe 4

Michael Stipe
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Josh Charles 5

Josh Charles
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Erika Liles and Kevin Liles 6

Erika Liles and Kevin Liles
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Rachael Ray 7

Rachael Ray
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Evette Rios 8

Evette Rios
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Joe Bastianich 9

Joe Bastianich
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Mary Guiliani 10

Mary Guiliani
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Carla Harris 11

Carla Harris
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Sea Bensimon and Kelly Bensimon 12

Sea Bensimon and Kelly Bensimon
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Ellie Krieger 13

Ellie Krieger
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David Burke 14

David Burke
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Paolo Mastropietro and Jill Hennessy 15

Paolo Mastropietro and Jill Hennessy
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Josh Charles 16

Josh Charles
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