Celebrities Go Golfing for ESPN

Bode Miller, Julius Erving, Dakoda Dowd

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More than 200 women attended Woodbury magazine's third annual parenting lecture and luncheon to benefit children with diabetes. Above left: Rosalind Wiseman, author, "Queen Bees and Wannabees" and "Queen Bee Moms and Kingpin Dads"; Jennifer Polansky, editor in chief, Woodbury; Debbie Carrion, Diabetes Research Institute Board member and chairperson for Kids Party for a Cure, an event partner for the Diabetes Research Institute; and Paul Isserles, program director of Youth and Camping, Sid Jacobson Jewish Community Center, and an event partner on behalf of PARC (Parent Action Resource Committee). Above right: Ms. Wiseman addresses the crowd.

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SIMI VALLEY, Calif. (AdAge.com) -- The sixth annual ESPY Celebrity Golf Classic held at the Lost Canyons Golf Club raised a record $1.1 million dollars for The V Foundation for Cancer Research. Above left: skier Bode Miller; NBA Hall of Famer Julius Erving; golf phenom Dakoda Dowd; and George Bodenheimer, president, ESPN/ABC Sports. Above right: Dakoda in mid swing. At 13 became the youngest player to compete in the LPGA tournament.

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HOUSTON, TEX (AdAge.com) -- At the 12th annual Coca-Cola Presents the 2006 Essence Music Festival, Essence launced its Essence Cares initiative, a call to mentorship for underserved children. Abive left: At the event was Susan L. Taylor, editorial director, Essence; actor Jamie Foxx; and Angela Burt-Murray, editor in chief, Essence. Also on hand (above right): basketball player Dikembe Mutombo of the Houston Rockets and actor Terrence Howard. Photo: Johnny Nunez

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NEW YORK (AdAge.com) -- Wired and Flavor Pill celebrated Chris Anderson's new book, "The Long Tail," July 12 at Tribeca Cinemas. Above left: The author signing a copy of his new book. Above right: Anderson and Flavor Pill co-founder Sascha Lewis. Photo: Alex Oliveira

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