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Jenner Goldsmith BRADY'S BUNCH

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Did Woodstock start yet?

Tom Huber's the new manager in New York for Sunset. Most recently with the Harvard Business Review, Tom was previously with another Time Inc. book, Money magazine. At Sunset he's the first hire by new VP-Ad Sales Director Tony Glaves.

John Homans is the new articles editor for New York mag. He'd been exec editor of Harper's. And Roger Friedman came aboard to co-write the Intelligencer column with Pat Wechsler.

Vibe magazine threw a party at Barney's New York to welcome its new fashion director, Kevin Stewart.

Joining "Extra," the brand new TV entertainment news show debuting Sept. 5 (a Tim Warner deal) are Nancy Weil as news director-East Coast and Suzanne Semilof as segment producer. Weil will cover advertising and Semilof publishing.

Robert Sanna, president of Sanna Matson MacLeod Advertising, for the 4th consecutive year served as chairman of the annual New York Philharmonic free concert held at Heckscher State Park on Long Island this past Saturday. His co-chair was Angela Gingo of 3M Media Networks.

Bookhampton, the East Hampton shop run by George Cald-well and Jorge Castello, moved lock, stock & books two doors west on Main Street to No. 20. Handsome new quarters for this popular social and intellectual hangout.

Next Monday at the James Beard House on West 12th Street in Manhattan, Eating Well magazine will celebrate its biggest summer issue yet. Wines from Oregon and Michael Romano's menu from the Union Square Cafe will be featured.

Parade hired Scott L. Morehouse to sell ads.

AbramsonEhrlichManes in Washington added Shawn Harrison to the agency as marketing assistant.

Links magazine in Hilton Head has a new circulation manager, Adam Kaplan.

Hachette Filipacchi named Michael McCarthy publisher of its Popular Magazine Group, which puts out crossword and astrology and other specials.

Fly on the wall time: At the Four Seasons in Manhattan having lunch, several days after the Federated-Macy deal was cut, former Bloomingdale's chief Marvin Traub and Ed Finklestein, longtime chairman of Macy's.

Rob Goldsmith has joined Four Wheeler magazine as an account exec.

Vanity Fair is working up a profile of Martha Stewart.

Redbook has a new marketing director. She's Vivian Jenner from House Beautiful, also Hearstling.

Speaking of which, HB Editor Lou Gropp this Saturday at Westhampton Beach will receive the 1994 Family of Man Award at a party raising funds for the Family Counseling Service. Susan Lucci and Bill Beutel (WABC-TV) make the presentation.

Sarah Williams joined Chanel as director of marketing for women's fragrances. She'd been with Calvin Klein.

Black Enterprise magazine named Bruce Jett as account exec, coming over from the Daily News in New York.

Men's Fitness magazine has a new creative director, Charles Pates, who'd been at Life and is said to possess excellent abdominals.

Country Living published a special newsstand issue called Country Living Dream Homes. It's out there now, 250,000 copies, and will be on sale until Oct. 11.

Joan McCraw, who had been VP-advertising for National Geographic, is the new president and publisher of Los Angeles magazine.

Gourmet named Jacqueline Rushton its promotion director.

Terrific Marty Noble column in Newsday about Barry Bonds, "baseball's No. 1 player," who also is, says Noble, "rude ... surly... often-repugnant ... vile and insulting..." The sportswriter recalls the also-surly Steve Carlton. "But if you said hello to him in a hotel lobby he wasn't stumped for a reply. Bonds responds with a sneer and maybe profanity." The guy makes 7 million a year and hates the world. Lovely.

Enock, a leading 10-year-old recycling firm in the Northeast, renamed itself ReSource. Which seems to make sense.

Philip W. Sawyer of Roper Starch Worldwide, Mamaroneck, N.Y., tells me his first screenplay, "Run Down," all about the Cape Cod baseball league, has been optioned. I'll drink to that!

Sharing a luncheon table, Ed Kosner of Esquire and Jerry Della Femina of, well, Jerry Della Femina.

Shucks! I missed the Goodwill Games again.

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