Brady's Bunch

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When do the terrorists start looking over THEIR shoulders?

With Mademoiselle gone, doesn't Glamour become even more of a powerhouse? Will rival Cosmo get a bigger promotional budget to keep up?

Big talent, wrong slot? Rochelle Udell, dumped by Fairchild Publications when it scrubbed plans for WWD.com, has been an art director (Harper's Bazaar), editor (Self), heiress apparent (to Alexander Liberman), ad creator (those Calvin Klein/Brooke Shields commercials), and book designer (for the hardly easy to please Don Imus). Some outfit will grab Rochelle, use her right, and strike gold.

New editor of Garden Design is Bill Marken, who ran Sunset for 15 years.

Not so sure the timing's all that great, but Time4Media's Yachting mag unveils a new look with the November issue.

Premiere's new editor in chief, Peter Herbst, is a good one. Worked with him at New York.

Pittsburgh's C. of C. gave its 2001 Athena Award to Michele Fabrizi, CEO of local ad agency Marc USA, Pittsburgh.

Now at the YM helm, promoted to editor in chief, Christina Kelly.

Jason Roth, now communications director of Outside mag, is moving its PR dept. from Santa Fe to NYC. Good move.

Fairchild Publications' Carlos Lamadrid, publisher of DNR (the men's wear mag) named Beverly Cogan associate publisher.

Wendy Goodman`s the new style and interior design editor at Departures; the magazine tossed a party to welcome her.

The Ad Club of Greater St. Louis, which claims to be the country's oldest, marks 100 years on Oct. 12 with a gala. August Busch IV and other biz leaders will salute.

Changes coming at Mary Engelbreit's Home Companion under new Publisher Bunny Fensterheim. Rate base ups to 600,000 in 2002, new cover design in February, new style section, etc. One thing stays the same: nobody there is named just plain Smith or Jones.

New research manager for Smithsonian is Marilyn Resciniti. Recently a consultant to U.S. News & World Report, she spent 10 years at Times Mirror Magazines. A pro.

Does anyone actually read those Victoria Gotti columns in the Sunday New York Post?

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