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Oscar Weekend Bash Hosted by Queen Latifah

Young Audiences New York presents its 2006 Children's Arts Medal

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Los Angeles: 'Vibe'

Vibe magazine throws an Oscar-weekend bash, hosted by actress Queen Latifah. (From l.) Karla Radford, director of events and artist relations, Vibe; actor Terrence Howard; and Mimi Valdes, editor in chief, Vibe.
A pilot soars in for the Queen Latifah bash.
A pilot soars in for the Queen Latifah bash.

New York: For future generations

Young Audiences New York presents its 2006 Children's Arts Medal to Peggy Green, president-broadcast and entertainment, Zenith Media USA. (From l.) Lou LaTorre, president-advertising sales, Fox Cable Networks; Peggy Green; and Jon Nesvig, president-sales, Fox Broadcasting.

Miami: 'Food and Wine'

Food and Wine indulges in its fifth-annual South Beach Wine and Food Festival. (From l.) Julie McGowan, senior VP-publisher, Food and Wine; Kevin McCarthy, VP-marketing, Brooks Brothers; Jordana Pransky, account manager, Food and Wine; and Ed Kelly, president-CEO, American Express Publishing.

Los Angeles: Seen in the greenroom

Architectural Digest and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences create the Architectural Digest Greenroom at the Oscars. (From l.) Roy Christopher, production designer for the Oscars; Amy Churgin, VP-publisher, Architectural Digest; and set decorator Dorothy Christopher.

New York: Toasting great brands

The Advertising Club hosts "Enduring Partnerships: A Salute to Great Brands and Great Agencies." (From l.) Bob Scarpelli, chief creative officer, DDB Worldwide; Robert Lachky, exec VP-global industry development, Anheuser-Busch; and Ed Ney, chairman emeritus, Young & Rubicam.

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