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NEW YORK: Time Inc.'s People magazine holds its "Heroes Among Us: A Celebration of the Human Spirit" luncheon. (From l.) Bernie Simone, category director, Bayer Corp.; Anne Dooley, exec VP-corporate account director, Omnicom Group's BBDO Worldwide; LL Cool J, rapper and actor; Christopher Wright, Peoplefirst honoree; Nora McAniff, president, the People Group.

LOS ANGELES: Lifetime Television and Hearst Magazines' Marie Claire hold "Women Rock! Girls & Guitars" to fight breast cancer. (From l.) Dawn Tarnofsky-Ostroff, exec VP-enterainment, Lifetime Entertainment Services; musicians Emmylou Harris, Pat Benatar, Nelly Furtado; Carole Black, president-CEO, Lifetime Entertainment Services.

NEW YORK: New York American Marketing Association sponsors "Marketing After Sept. 11, 2001: What's Next?" (From l.) Mike Indurky, senior VP-strategic planning and marketing, Unilever Cosmetics International; Kelly Reed, director-brands and marketing communications, British Airways; Jim McDowell, VP-marketing, BMW of North America, and president-elect, NYAMA; Tom Miller, group senior VP and director-international research, Roper Starch Worldwide; Mary Lee Keane, executive director, NYAMA.

CHICAGO: Conde Nast Publications hosts a fashion show to benefit Chicago's "Off the Street Club." (From l.) Jill Langan, senior partner, strategic planning director, WPP Group's MindShare; Martha Garnica, principal associate media director, Publicis Groupe's Optimedia; actress Virginia Madsen; Marina Jamieson, model, Elite Chicago; John Birmingham, manager of integrated marketing, Discover Financial Services; Royce Clayton, shortstop, Chicago White Sox; Mary Ann Foxley, exec VP, Starcom Worldwide.

NEW YORK: Conde Nast's Glamour and GQ magazines team up to search for New York's "Most Passionate Couple." (From l.) MTV's Bryan McFayden, Lisa Kaplan, AOR director, Grey Global Group's MediaCom; Antoinette Gaboton-Moss, media planner, MediaCom; Sue Jones, VP-group director, MediaCom; Nicolletta D'Elia Napoli, account director, MediaCom; Madeline Donnarumma, account manager, Glamour; VH1's Rebecca Rankin.

NEW YORK: Advertising Age and the Ad Club of New York present the "Internet Work that Works" luncheon, sponsored by MSN and AOL. (From l.) Jim McDowell, VP-marketing, BMW of North America; John Messina, director of agency relations, AOL; Karen Anderson, media director, Interpublic-backed Modem Media; Jed Savage, national sales director, MSN; Matt Freeman, CEO, Omnicom's Tribal DDB North America; Adam Gerber, director of media strategy, WPP's Digital Edge.

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