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Charleston, S.C.: Rawle-Murdy Associates celebrated its 20th anniversary with a luncheon on Daniel Island. Attendees included (from l.) U.S. Sen. Ernest F. Hollings; VP Bruce D. Murdy; President David L. Rawle; and Peter C. Goldmark Jr., president of the Rockefeller Foundation.

New York: At the Essence Awards gala were (from l.) Edward Lewis, publisher of Essence; Ann Fudge, president of Maxwell House Coffee; Steve Sadove, president of Clairol; Tanya Mandor, senior VP-cosmetic marketing, Revlon; and Clarence Smith, president, Essence Communications. The Essence Awards honor distinguished African-Americans.

Hermosa Beach, Calif.: Outside's Southern California manager, Jim Lonergan (l.), poses with a group from Saatchi & Saatchi, one of the agency teams at the Hamilton Gregg Brewworks that vied to brew the best beer and make the most creative label design in Outside's Brew Ha-Ha party. From 2nd left: Kristin Lopez, Kathy Perea, Julie Foster, Carleen Kealoha, Jo Jo Caprini and Mike Caprini.

Los Angeles: Goodby, Silverstein & Partners, San Francisco, took to shore the $100,000 best campaign prize for its Norwegian Cruise Line campaign at the 1994 MPA Kelly Awards. On the stage are (from l.) co-presenters Susan Lyne, publication director of Premiere, and Larry Burstein, publishing director of Esquire; Goodby Art Director Steve Luker and Copywriter Steve Simpson; and James Guthrie, exec VP of the Magazine Publishers of America.

New York: William Tragos (2nd l.), chairman, TBWA Advertising, and Sally Frame Kasaks (r.), CEO, Ann Taylor Stores, among this year's Crain's New York Business All-Stars, are joined at the awards luncheon by CNYB Publisher Alair Townsend and Rance Crain, president of Crain Communications. Honorees are chosen for achievements in business and charitable or public service endeavors.

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