Need a Party Excuse? The Super Bowl Will Do

Playboy and Maxim head to Miami

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MIAMI ( -- Above left (left to right): Rappers/music producers Jermaine Dupree and Kanye West mingled with the 'Playboy' bunnies at the magazine's Super Bowl Party the night before the big game. Above right: Hip hop power couple Kelis and Nas got cozy at 'Playboy's' Super Bowl party. |Photos: Startraks Photo

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MIAMI ( -- Above left: Actor Paul Rudd enjoyed a bunny sandwich at the 'Playboy' Super Bowl Party. Above right (left to right): Actors Taye Diggs, Jeremy Piven and Alyssa Milano got their party on at the American Airlines Arena for 'Playboy's' eigth annual Super Bowl Party. Photos: Startraks Photo

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MIAMI ( -- Above: There was more partying in South Beach at the 'Maxim' party with (left to right) David Sauter, general manager, 'Maxim' Detriot; Jim Taylor, general manager, Cadillac; a 'Maxim' model; and Rob Gregory, publisher, 'Maxim' Group.
NEW YORK ( -- Above right (left to right) Wendi Berger, publisher, 'Child' magazine; actress/children's book author Rhea Perlman; actress/children's book author Julie Andrews and Miriam Arond, editor in chief, 'Child,' celebrated the sixth annual Children's Book Awards cermony at Books of Wonder on Jan. 31. Photo: Doug Goodman

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NEW YORK ( -- Above left: At the Bazaar Anticounterfeiting Summit held in the Oriental Mandarin Hotel on Feb. 1 with (left to right) Alan Drewsen, executive director, International Trademark Association; Valerie Salembier, senior VP-publisher, 'Harper's Bazaar'; and Alain Coblence, Coblence & Associates. Above right (left to right): Kevin Martinez, associate publisher, 'Harper's Bazaar'; Catherine Meketa, executive director, fashion/retail, 'Harper's Bazaar'; and Billy Paretti, VP-media services, LVHM Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton.

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