'NYO' Holds 'Miss Potter' Premiere

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NEW YORK (AdAge.com) -- 'The New York Observer' hosted the premiere of 'Miss Potter'. Above left: filmmaker John Deluca; actress Renee Zellweger; and director Rob Marshall. Above right: Robyn Weiss, entertainment director, 'New York Observer'; actor Ewan McGregor; and Benjamin Heim.

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NEW YORK (AdAge.com) -- Above left: 'Self' celebrated global-warming activist Laurie David's new book, top Global Warming: The Solution Is You!' with a night of shopping to fund the NRDC. Left to right: Tessa Benson, west coast bureau chief, 'Self'; Laurie David, author and producer of 'An Inconvenient Truth'; Lucy Danziger, editor-in-chief, 'Self' ; and Michele Shapiro, entertainment director, 'Self'.
LAS VEGAS (AdAge.com) -- 'People' and The Recording Academy celebrated the 49th Grammy Awards season with People's Grammy Kick-Off Party Only in Las Vegas. Left to right: Claudia Poccia, president, Avon and global president, Mark; Neil Portnow, president, Recording Academy; actor Jamie Foxx; singer Fergie; and Paul Caine, publisher, People Group.

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NEW YORK (AdAge.com) -- Above left: 'AARP The Magazine' announced the winners of the 2007 Impact Awards, which pay tribute to those who have made the world a better place through their innovative thinking, passion and perseverance. The honorees are profiled in the January/February 2007 issue of 'AARP The Magazine.' Left to right: Nancy Perry Graham, deputy editor, 'AARP The Magazine'; actor and director Robert De Niro, Champion of Livable Communities; director Martin Scorsese; and Paula Zahn, CNN Anchor, Paula Zahn Now. Above right: (left to right) Michelle Johnson, director, music programming, VH1 and VH1 Soul; singer Mary J. Blige; and Eric Sherman, senior vice president and general manager, VH1 Classic and VH1 Digital Television, at a taping of Blige's "Soul Story," a new series which celebrates the career of a featured VH1 Soul artist.

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LOS ANGELES (AdAge.com) -- At Spike TV's 2006 Video Game Awards were (above left) VGA host Samuel L. Jackson and Casey Patterson, VGA executive producer and senior vice president, event production and talent development, Spike TV. Above right: Doug Herzog, president, Spike TV, and VGA presenter 50 Cent. Photo: Getty Images

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