SCARSDALE, N.Y.: Men's Health served as host for the third annual Marvin Traub Retailers & Manufacturers Invitational held at the Quaker Ridge Country Club. Taking a break from the golf course for the camera (l. to r.): Peter Nicholson, VP-marketing Citizen Watch Co. of America; Jeff Morgan, worldwide publisher, Men's Health; William Lauder, president, Clinique Laboratories USA & Canada; and Allen Sirkin, vice chairman, Phillips-Van Heusen Corp.
NEW YORK: People and the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences recently presented a panel discussion centered around the TV series "Spin City" at the academy that featured ABC News political commentator George Stephanopoulos (3rd l.) as moderator. Among those at the reception were (l. to r.): Kevin White, eastern advertising sales director, People; Amy Robertson, account exec, Ogilvy & Mather; actress Heather Locklear; actor Michael J. Fox; and Alison Sheehan, account supervisor, O&M.
NEW YORK: Comedian Jerry Seinfeld (r.) stopped in to help Rolling Stone and The Gap congratulate photographer Mark Seliger (2nd l.) at Manhattan's Key Club. Also joining Mr. Seliger, who's publishing a book in October, are (l. to r.): Jack Rotherham, associate publisher, Rolling Stone; and Susie Auyer, director-global media, The Gap.
LOS ANGELES: The Family Friendly Programming Forum, a group of more than 30 advertisers, presented its first Family Program Awards during a luncheon at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. Among those attending (l. to r.): Irwin Gotlieb, chairman-CEO, MindShare; Robin Webster, senior VP, Association of National Advertisers; Robert Wehling, global marketing officer, Procter & Gamble Co., and co-chairman of the forum; Andrea Alstrup, VP-advertising, Johnson & Johnson, and forum co-chairman; and Bill Cella, exec VP-broadcast and programming, McCann-Erickson Worldwide, New York. The awards were presented to producers and programs termed by Mr. Wehling to be "quality television programming that appeals to large,