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NEW YORK: Envy Publishing Group sponsored a debate, entitled "Will Race Matter This Century," at the Lemon. Panelists joined executives from the publisher, including (from l.): Tamara Gardellis, consultant, Vigilante; Nikoa Evans, director, Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone; Jason Gill, CEO, Young Black Entrepreneurs Inc.; Kyle Donovan, publisher, NV; Kwesi Frasier, assistant account exec, Vigilante; Niger Innis, national spokesman, Congress of Racial Equality; Dexter Bridgeman, CEO, Diversified Communications Group; Michael Lythcott, CEO, PureAdvice.com; and Matthew Scott, editor in chief, NV.

MIAMI: People en Espanol and Cover Girl Cosmetics hosted a reception in connection with their "Belleza Latina Model Search" contest at the National Hotel in South Beach. Attending the event were (from l.): Ann McMillin, director of brand marketing, Procter & Gamble Co.'s Cover Girl; spokesmodel Yamila Diaz-Rahi; recording artist Carlos Ponce; Luciana Colapinto, the contest grand prize winner; Lisa Quiroz, publisher, People en Espanol; Ingrid Rivera, director of external relations in multicultural markets, Cover Girl; and Alexandra Bedoya, eastern ad sales manager, People en Espanol.

NEW YORK: Outside hosted a screening and reception in Times Square tied to the motion picture version of "The Perfect Storm." Celebrants included (from l.): Scott Parmelee, publisher, Outside; author Sebastian Junger; Jordan Wand, VP, and Susan Duda, marketing manager, both of Ralph Lauren RLX Polo Sport; and Eric Zinczenko, eastern ad director, Outside.

SCARSDALE, N.Y.: This foursome finished No. 1 in Business Week's annual golf outing at the Scarsdale Golf Club. Accepting accolades from Bruce Kostic (r.), consumer advertising manager at Business Week, are (from l.): Geoff Pickard, VP-public relations and communications, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants; Tal Salomon, group media director, DDB Worldwide; Ed Sopko, account manager, Business Week; and Peter Tate, president, DDB Worldwide.

NEW YORK: The Museum of Radio & Television was the venue for a presentation recently by Premiere Radio Networks, created by the merger of Clear Channel Communications and AMFM Radio. Mike Connolly (l.), senior VP-sales, and Gwendolyn Morris, VP-national account manager, greeted Howard Eisen, national account manager, SFX Radio; and Amy Baker, broadcast buyer, and Diane Baar, senior VP, both of the Martin Agency.

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