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NEW YORK: Rolling Stone held a reception at its offices to introduce marketers to musician and cover subject Jakob Dylan (2nd from r.). Joining Mr. Dylan are (from l.): Trish Nunez, fashion and retail manager, Rolling Stone; Marjorie Jaffe, director of public relations and advertising, American Eagle Outfitters; and Jack Rotherham, VP-publisher, Rolling Stone.

NEW YORK: The Advertising Club of New York's interactive roundtable series presented "Automotive Marketing on the Web" at an event held at Bloomberg headquarters. Attendees included (from l.): Sherilyn Browne, marketing and promotion manager, HooversOnline; Jennifer Rivera, account exec, Digitas; and Mike Dardano, business development manager, Burst! Media.

SAN FRANCISCO: and Toyota Motor Corp.'s Lexus Division teamed to sponsor "From Degas to Dot-com," a modern-day salon on the fusion of arts, entertainment and technology, at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. Emcee and actor Ben Stein (l.) took a break from the debate to exchange ideas with David Talbot, founder.

NEW YORK: The Network Journal honored successful black business owners and professionals at its third annual 40 Under 40 achievement awards at the Roosevelt Hotel. Here (from l.): Aziz Gueye Adetimirin, publisher, The Network Journal, presents Clarence Wright of AXA Advisors with an award. Offering congratulations are Darryl Dye, advertising director, and Roy F. Williams, circulation director, both of The Network Journal.

DEARBORN, MICH.: Longtime UPI White House bureau chief Helen Thomas (r.) addressed the Adcraft Club of Detroit's annual Ford Motor Co. Day luncheon at the Hyatt Regency Dearborn. With Ms. Thomas are Jim Schroer, VP-global marketing, Ford; and Susan Kiltie, regional sales manager, ESPN the Magazine, and Adcraft Club president.

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