'RADAR' MAGAZINE'S SCARY PARTY PHOTOS

Plus 'Blender' Hollywood Rock & Roll Issue Party

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NEW YORK (AdAge.com) -- Advertisers weren't scared to show up at 'Radar' magazine's party to celebrate its third issue, dubbed 'The Scary Issue.' Held at Hiro at the Maritime Hotel on October 27th. Publisher Grayle Howlett and editor in chief Maer Roshan greeted guests. In top left photo, from left to right: Michelle Rangsiyakul, Art Director, Crunch Fitness; Nikki Deseo, Art Director, Crunch Fitness; Grayle Howlett, Publisher, 'Radar'; Sarah Amiel, Marketing, Crunch Fitness; Katie Minton, Account Manager, 'Radar'. In top right photo, from left to right: Maer Roshan, Editor in Chief, 'Radar'; Anne Perton, Advertising Director, 'Radar'; Geoff Curley, Brand Manager, Svedka Vodka/Spirits Marque One.|Photos by Marc Levine.

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HOLLYWOOD HILLS (AdAge.com) -- 'Blender' magazine and Cadillac rolled out the red carpet for music and film royalty on Oct. 27th at a posh private Hollywood Hills mansion to celebrate its inaugural 'Rock & Roll Hollywood' November issue. Indie rock bands The Shins and The Like played by the mansion pool, as guests included Paris Hilton, Nicky Hilton, Nicole Richie, Lindsay Lohan, Mike Tyson and others. In upper right photo, during a calm moment, from left to right are: Nan Gerard, Detroit Director, 'Blender';Lee Rosenbaum, Publisher, 'Blender'; Judy A. Sullivan, Promotion Manager, Cadillac;Keith Spondike,Marketing Manager, XLR and DTS Brands,Cadillac. Meanwhile back in NEW YORK, 'Stuff Magazine' came up with a most appropriate day for a blood drive, Halloween. Micheal Myers, Jason and Freddie would approve. Stuff's first annual Halloween Blood Drive was sponsored by Sharp. From left to right in upper right photo: Jimmy Jellinek, 'Stuff' Editor in Chief: and John Lumpkin, 'Stuff' Associate Publisher.

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NEW YORK (AdAge.com) -- The ABC Daytime Sales division of the Disney/ABC Television Group held a Las Vegas-themed Casino Night Party for the sales clients and talent of the ABC Daytime shows 'The View,' 'All My Children,' 'One Life to Live,' and 'General Hospital' on Oct. 27, 2005 at The Lighthouse at Chelsea Piers. In photo above right: Actress Susan Lucci ('Erica' on 'All My Children'),Brian S. Frons, President, ABC Daytime, ABC Television Network, and Actress Sydney Penny ('Julia' on 'All My Children.')

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