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Washington, D.C.: NABOB awards

The National Association of Black Owned Broadcasters holds its 21st annual Communications Awards dinner. (From l.) Mike Roberts, chairman-CEO, Roberts Broadcasting; Bruce Demps, senior VP, Clear Channel Communications; Honoree Dick Gregory, activist and comedian; Brian Knox, senior VP-director of corporate diversity, Katz Media Group; Reggie Denson, senior VP-managing director of Multicultural Advantage, Clear Channel Katz Advantage.

Boston: Branding in Beantown

The Boston Globe sponsors the Second Annual Ad Club Symposium in Boston. (From l.) Kathy Kiely, Ad Club president; Larry Light, exec VP-global chief marketing officer, McDonald's Corp.; Ed Eskandarian, chairman-CEO, Arnold Worldwide; Melissa Lea, exec VP-business development, Mullen; Barbara Reilly, exec VP-group account director, Arnold Worldwide.

New York: Movin' on up

Lucky hosts a lunch and panel discussion about the book "Trading Up: The New American Luxury." (From l.) Jane Hertzmark Hudis, president, BeautyBank; Matt Rubel, chairmen-CEO, Cole-Haan; Sandy Golinkin, VP-publisher, Lucky; Michael Silverstein, author of "Trading Up"; Sally Morrison, director, Diamond Information Center; Joseph Fedele, founder, FreshDirect.

Los Angeles: It's a wrap

Oxygen network holds a wrap party celebrating "Confessions of a Sociopathic Social Climber." (From l.) Stefanie Ziev, VP-development, Oxygen; Scott W. Anderson, executive producer, "Confessions"; Julie Insogna, senior VP-talent and music, Oxygen; actress Jennifer Love Hewitt; Geoffrey Darby, president-production, Oxygen.

Off the Coast of Belize: Destiny Isle

MTV employees, Destiny's Child and the winners of MTV's Destiny's Isle contest enjoy some time on a private island. (From l.) Lana Kaufman, manager of on-air contests, MTV Music Marketing & Promotions; Victoria Conner, director of on-air contests, MTV Music Marketing & Promotion; Kelly Rowland, Beyonce Knowles and Michelle Williams of Destiny's Child; Joe Armenia, VP-MTV Music Marketing & Promotions; Lee Anne Callahan, VP-video promotion, Columbia Records.

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