From Las Vegas to Gracie Mansion to Savannah

New York City Mayor and a Former U.S. President Show Up At Events

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LAS VEGAS, Nev. ( -- 'Maxim' celebrated its 100th issue with a star-studded, poolside poker tournament at the Wynn Las Vegas on April 7. Above, left: Jon Maron, director of marketing, LG Electronics; Anne Heche; and Tim Castelli, associate publisher, 'Maxim'. |Photo credit: John Sciulli, Wire Image. Above, right: In New York, Michael Mohamad, senior VP-marketing at the History Channel, and Mayor Bloomberg welcomed NYC's Hotel Concierges to an event at Gracie mansion on April 5.

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NEW YORK ( -- 'Food & Wine' saluted the 2006 Best New Chefs with a party at the Battery Maritime Building on April 4. Above, left: Maximilian Riedel, CEO, Riedel Crystal USA; Julie McGowan, senior VP-publisher, 'Food & Wine'; Jacques Pepin, celebrity chef; Dana Cowin, VP-editor-in-chief, 'Food & Wine';and Ed Kelly, president-CEO, American Express Publishing. Above, right: Julie McGowan and Chris Spring, president, Spring-O'Brien Integrated Marketing.|Photos credit: WireImage

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NEW YORK ( -- At the party honoring Food & Wine's Best New Chefs Dana Cowin poses with Maximilian Riedel and Katie Lee Joel, host of 'Top Chef'.|Photo credit: WireImage. In Atlanta, at the NCTA Annual Trade Show on April 11, top executives celebrated PBS KIDS SPROUT, a 24 hour digital cable and VOD Network for grade-schoolers. "The Good Night Show" host Melanie; Stephen B. Burke, COO, Comcast Corporation; children's cartoon character Angelina Ballerina; Brian L. Roberts, Chairman and CEO, Comcast Corporation; and Sandy Wax, PBS KIDS SPROUT.|Photo credit: Sparks St. Jude.

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SAVANNAH, Ga. ( -- Above, left: At the 24th Annual Inc. 500 conference, 'Inc.' magazine 2006 Hall of Fame inductees celebrate their success on stage. Pete Howton, Gray Hawk Systems; Aaron Kennedy, Noodles & Co.; Mike Trabert, Skoda, Minotti & Co.; Norm Brodsky, Senior Contributing Editor, 'Inc.'; Jill Blashack, Tastefully Simple; Douglas Fieldhouse, VESTA CORP; and Wayne Gorsek, Above, right: Former President Bill Clinton signs autographs for some of the fastest growing business owners in America during the Inc. 500 Conference.

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