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New York Bank of America helps the Apollo Theater celebrate its 70th with "Apollo at 70: A Hot Night in Harlem." (From l.) Jonelle Procope, president-CEO, Apollo Theater Foundation; Quincy Jones, recipient of the Bank of America Award for Excellence for setting Higher Standards in the Arts; Cathy Bessant, chief marketing officer, Bank of America.

New York TNT and TBS hold an upfront event, where Sting performed a private concert. (From l.) David Levy, president-entertainment sales and marketing, Turner Broadcasting; Sting; Mark Lazarus, president, Turner Entertainment Group; Linda Yaccarino, exec VP-ad sales, Turner Entertainment.

New York and Revenue Science sponsor a forum to explore the role of behavioral targeting within the online ad industry. (From l.) Andrea Ching, partner-group planning director, mOne; Tom Lynch, head of online marketing, ING; Walker Jacobs, VP-media sales, Reuters; Randy Kilgore, VP-advertising sales,; Omar Tawakol, VP-marketing, Revenue Science.

New York More holds its Alpha Woman Awards ceremony honoring Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y. With Sen. Clinton are More Publisher Carol Campbell (l.) and More Editor in Chief Peggy Northrop (r.) The Alpha Woman Award recognizes "successful, dynamic and spirited women over the age of 40."

New York Organic Style celebrates "Women with Organic Style." (From l.) Maria Rodale, founding editor, Organic Style; Melanie Griffith, actress and event host; Bernadette Haley, publisher, Organic Style; supermodel and honoree Patricia Velasquez; Steven P. Murphy, president-CEO, Rodale; musician and honoree India.Arie.

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