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NEW YORK (AdAge.com) -- American Express Publishing President-CEO Ed Kelly is sandwiched between Scarpetta chef Scott Conant and Artisinal chef Terrance Brennan at Food & Wine magazine's 20th Best New Chef event, held at Espace on April 3. | Photo: Jamie McCarthy/WireImage

NEW YORK (AdAge.com) -- Food & Wine's Best New Chef event brings together the magazine's VP-Editor in Chief, Dana Cowin; magazine-industry veteran and restaurateur Tom Ryder; American Express Chief Marketing Officer John Hayes; Frontera Grill chef Rick Bayless; and Food & Wine VP-Publisher Christina Grdovic. | Photo: Matt Carasella/Patrick McMullan

NEW YORK (AdAge.com) -- Youth media organization Ghetto Film School holds a screening showcasing the student-produced and -directed film "Et Alors Charlotte" at the Time Warner Center on April 3. The event was attended by Greg D'Alba, exec VP-chief operating officer, CNN; Luis Castro, executive director, Time Warner philanthropic initiatives; the film's director, Jonathan Rodriguez; and Ghetto Film School President Joe Hall. | Photo: J. Larose/TBS Inc.

NEW YORK (AdAge.com) -- Lesley Jane Seymour, More magazine's editor in chief; Sharon Knapp, PHD's senior VP-group director of print and out-of-home buying; model Kim Alexis; and Brenda Saget Darling, More's VP-publisher, participate in the magazine's fifth-annual Central Park Marathon and Half-Marathon, which brought together almost 8,000 women on April 6.

NEW YORK (AdAge.com) -- Popular Science editors round up a group of products that represent enormous shifts in the way consumers will soon work, live and consume media in their PopSci Emerging Media Lab and bring it to the MediaCom offices on April 1. The PopSci EML tour has visited more than 15 media companies in Detroit, Chicago and New York, and stops in Los Angeles and San Francisco are planned. In the front row: MediaCom Assistant Planner Ed Hannigan and MediaCom planners Kelly Rich and Kimberly Simon. In the back row: Popular Science Editor Jake Ward, MediaCom planner Scott Rohrer, PopSci Media Group Publisher Gregg Hano, MediaCom Group Director Tom Russell and MediaCom Account Supervisor Robert Inferri.
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