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NEW YORK: Michael's Restaurant was the site of Capital Publishing's holiday welcome party for new Senior VP-Group Publisher Joe Armstrong (5th from l.), hosted by Capital Publishing CEO Randy Jones (l.) and New York Post columnist Liz Smith (2nd l.). Also joining in the celebration were (from 3rd l.): Steve Florio, president-CEO, Conde Nast Publications; CBS' Leslie Stahl; ABC's Barbara Walters; and Art Cooper, editor in chief, GQ.

NEW YORK: The American Association of Advertising Agencies unveiled its new Web site ( at its Unthinkable Ideas Conference III: Counting on the Web, at the New York Information Technology Center. Waiting for the ribbon-cutting are (l. to r.): Stephanie Resnick, public affairs assistant, Four A's; Ed Erhardt, VP-publisher, Advertising Age; Allen Kay, chairman-CEO, Korey Kay & Partners; and John Wolfe, senior VP-public affairs, Four A's. Michael Donahue (r.), exec VP-member services, Four A's, is poised to make the ceremonial cut.

NEW YORK: Hearst Magazines' Cosmopolitan toasted the holidays with a luncheon at the "21" Club. Enjoying the holiday cheer are (l. to r.): Donna Kalajian, senior VP-publisher, and Kate White, editor in chief, both of Cosmo; Caroline Geerlings, senior VP-marketing, Christian Dior; and Lucille Duran, New York manager, Cosmo.

NEW YORK: Advertising Women of New York celebrated the induction of Andrea Alstrup (c.), VP-corporate advertising, Johnson & Johnson, as its 1998 Advertising Woman of the Year Award winner with a luncheon at the New York Hilton & Towers. Flanking the winner are (l. to r.): Clair Kunz, director of sales development, News America Digital Publishing, and luncheon chairman; Betty Fitterman, partner, DeVito Fitterman; Bill Egan, VP-global skin and haircare franchise, J&J; and Nora McAniff, president and publisher, People, and president of AWNY.

NEW YORK: George Fellows (l.), president-CEO, Revlon, and Jack Kliger, exec VP, Parade Publications, were enlisted by the Museum of Jewish Heritage as speaker and chairman, respectively, for its annual Generation to Generation dinner at

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