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NEW YORK: Performing during the recent Media Battle of the Bands to

benefit Citymeals-on-Wheels were the Vanishing Rembrandts from A&E

Television Networks (l. to r.): Juan Martin, producer, History Channel;

and also Denise Pucci, a ffiliate sales, Ron Schneier, senior VP-ad

sales, Chris Valentino, producer, and Kevin Koltz, producer, all of

A&E.

NEW YORK: The One Club for Art & Copy elected two new members to its Creative Hall of Fame for the advertising industry. Gary Goldsmith (l.), chairman and creative director, Goldsmith/Jeffrey, and president of the One Club, joined new Hall of Fame inductees Jim Durfee (c.), partner, Messner Vetere Berger McNamee Schmetterer/Euro RSCG; and Lee Clow, chairman-CEO, TBWA Chiat/Day, at the recent awards dinner.

NEW YORK: Conde Nast hosted a party at Au Bar for magazine folk. Enjoying the hospitality were (l. to r.): Karen Landrud, ad sales rep, Vanity Fair; Robert Coben; Nancy Berger, advertising director, Vanity Fair; Ed Kim, media super visor, Foote, Cone & Belding; and John McCarus, ad sales rep, Conde Nast Group Sales.

CHICAGO: Enjoying a luncheon co-sponsored by Advertising Age and the American Advertising Federation to celebrate diversity in the advertising industry are (l. to r.): Rance Crain, president of Crain Communications and editor in ch ief of Ad Age; Clarence Smith, president, Essence Communications; William T. Lynch, president-CEO, Leo Burnett Co.; and Wally Snyder, president of AAF.

HOUSTON: Traditional Home kicked off a yearlong "Built by Women"

campaign with a presentation at the National Association of Home Builders' convention. Pictured (l. to r.) are: Deborah Jones Barrow, publisher, Traditional Home; M iriam Feinseth, marketing and advertising director at window treatment marketer Hunter Douglas; and Karol DeWulf Nickell, editor in chief, Traditional Home.

NEW YORK: Cosmopolitan held a reception at the Four Seasons Hotel to celebrate Bonnie Fuller's first issue as editor in chief. Celebrating were (l. to r.) Donna Kalajian, senior VP-publisher, and Andrea Pomerantz, beauty and fitness director, both of Cosmo; William Lauder, president-CEO, Estee Lauder Inc.'s Origins; Robin Burns, president-CEO, and Muriel Gonzalez, senior VP-marketing, both of Estee Lauder Inc.; Ms. Fuller; and Peter Medwid, advertising manager, Cosmo.

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