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The Heritage on the Garden hits 25

Nick Mackenzie, Glen Kelley, and Tyler Hardy at the Friends of the Public Garden benefit.

Melissa Ostrow

Nick Mackenzie, Glen Kelley, and Tyler Hardy at the Friends of the Public Garden benefit.

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Developer Ron Druker; Liz Vizza, executive director of the Friends of the Public Garden; Via Matta general manager Nick Mackenzie; finance guy Tyler Hardy; and Boston Common publisher Glen Kelley mingled at the recent 25th anniversary party for The Heritage on the Garden, those shops and restaurants that we can’t quite afford at the Four Seasons (St. John, Escada, Anne Fontaine, etc.) The night benefited Vizza’s organization, which keeps Boston Common, the Public Garden, and Commonwealth Avenue Mall looking good.

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