Naomi: Yes, but it's a private party town. I always go to the symphony party, and then there's a champagne party. It closes up early because a lot of old people go to that one -- but then you can go to private parties and have a really good time. Haute Atlanta does not like to mix; they don't like to be rubbing shoulders with people they really don't like. When I talk to people from outside Atlanta who come in, they say, "Why isn't there anyone at the clubs?" No one wants to go to the clubs because you're there -- Yankees." We consider [public parties] for other people. If you're invited nowhere, you go to a public party.
Saint: Dick Clark is not here. It's not New York. I don't consider Atlanta a real city. I've never seen a place with so many counties in my life. From what I hear, this is the New York of the South. But Atlanta -- it's not enough people. It doesn't give me that complete city feeling. There aren't enough towering buildings that block off the sun. You see the Peach Drop, you don't feel a sense of claustrophobia. There's nothing fascinating about Atlanta for New Year's.