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NEW YORK: Attending a party hosted by Playboy at Elaine's honoring novelist Kurt Vonnegut (c.) were (from l.): Kevin Buckley, executive editor, Playboy; Karen McDougal, Playboy's Miss December 1997; Danelle Folta, Playboy's Miss April 1995; and Richard Kinsler, publisher, Playboy.

NEW YORK: Recognizing young community leaders from around the country at the Do Something Brick Awards, sponsored by Spin and American Eagle Outfitters at Manhattan's Life restaurant were (from l.): George Kolber, chief operating officer, American Eagle; Malcolm Campbell, advertising director, Spin; Michael Leedy, VP-visual merchandising, American Eagle; Mike Fish, fashion director, Spin; and Amber Cacali, manager-special projects, American Eagle.

NEW YORK: Telling the behind-the-scenes story of the winning Sony PlayStation campaign at the New York American Marketing Association's Masters of Marketing Series at Sony Plaza were (from l.): Aaron Grossman, president, New York AMA; Maggie Silverman, account director, Clay Williams, creative director, Bob Kuperman, president-CEO and Chuck Bennett, creative director, all of TBWA Chiat/Day; and Peter Dille, senior director-product marketing, Sony Computer Entertainment of America.

WASHINGTON: Halloween pranksters from Henry J. Kaufman & Associates' Selective Service System account team arrived at their client meeting masked as their client, Larry Waltman (standing). Pictured (from l.): Frank Chang, copywriter; Bryan Daniels, associate creative director; Rich Gilroy, associate creative director; and Ann O'Malley, account supervisor.

NEW YORK: Posing with Paul Newman (second from l.) and Joanne Woodward (second from r.) at the Seventh Annual Newman's Own and Good Housekeeping recipe contest at the Rainbow Room were (from l.): Jeff Hamill, associate publisher, Good Housekeeping; Beth Fidoten and Don Post, both print media group heads, Grey Advertising; and Patricia Haegele, senior VP-publisher, Good Housekeeping.

NEW YORK: Attending the "Whitney & Warhol" gala dinner and Factory party in celebration of Andy Warhol's legendary nightlife scene were (l. to r.): Dan Aykroyd and Donna Dixon; members of rock group Duran Duran -- Warren Cuccurullo, Simon Lebon and Nick Rhodes; Wendy Goldberg, gala co-chairwoman; and Anne Sutherland Fuchs, senior VP-publishing director, Hearst Magazines, and, co-

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