LOS ANGELES: At the premiere of "Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me," sponsored by GQ, Publisher Tom Florio gets together with actress Heather Graham. Ms. Graham had a supporting role in the film, which stars Mike Myers, who appears on the cover of GQ's June Comedy Issue.
CHICAGO: Latina celebrated its third anniversary in style with a star-studded party at Nacional 27 restaurant here. Joining in the fun were (from l.): Sandra Guzman, editor in chief, and Christy Haubegger, publisher, both of Latina; UDV/Jose Cuervo's Stuart Kirby, whose company was the event's liquor sponsor; and Gina Pinos, promotions manager, and Gabriel Reyes, director of publicity, both of Latina.
NEW YORK: Goodby, Silverstein & Partners, San Francisco, received the $100,000 Grand Prize for Best Radio Commercial at the 1999 Radio-Mercury Awards, held at the Supper Club here. On hand at the ceremony were (from l.) Gary Fries, president-CEO, Radio Advertising Bureau, and co-chairman of the Radio Creative Fund Board of Directors, the governing body of the Radio-Mercury Awards; Goodby Copywriter Steve Dildarian, who accepted on behalf of the agency; emcee Isaac Hayes; Jim Thompson, president, Craven-Thompson Communications, also co-chairman of the Radio Creative Fund Board of Directors; and John Shaker, Senior VP-licensing, BMI.
NEW YORK: Civilization turned to United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan to edit its June/July issue, titled "How to Save Our World." A reception at the U.N. brought together (from l.) Mrs. Elie Wiesel; Mr. Annan; supermodel Iman; CBS Correspondent Lesley Stahl, who interviewed Mr. Annan for "60 Minutes"; Joe Armstrong, Senior VP-group publisher, and W. Randall Jones, CEO, both of Capital Publishing, which publishes Civilization; humanitarian Elie Wiesel; and Nan