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NEW YORK: Money celebrated its recent redesign with a luncheon at Le Cirque 2000 for advertisers. Among those raising a glass to the monthly were (l. to r.): Sean Cunningham, senior VP-director of media planning, Ammirati Puris Lintas; Catherine Merchant-Jones, media director, Prudential Insurance Co. of America; and Geoffrey Dodge, publisher, Money.

BEVERLY HILLS, CALIF.: Marie Claire hosted a reception for advertisers featuring October covergirl Juliana Margulies (c.) at the Museum of Television & Radio. Flanking Ms. Margulies are (l. to r.): Dot DiLorenzo, exec VP-director of planning, Western International Media; Nina Leong, VP-director of retail, Melanie Polk, senior manager-marketing, and Nannette Soleimanpour, manager-marketing, all of Disney Licensing; Cameron Brunner, Western advertising director, Marie Clair; and Zach Rosenberg, senior VP-account services, Western International Media.

RANCHO LAS LOMAS, CALIF.: USA Today said hello to Ford Motor Co.'s Lincoln Mercury division following the unit's move to southern California with a fiesta. Extending a welcome were (l. to r.): Ken Ohr, VP-advertising sales, USA Today; Ian Beavis, marketing communications manager, Lincoln Mercury; Ed Collins, senior VP and Mercury team leader; and John Hirschboeck, president, Y&R Advertising.

NEW YORK: Taking a break from rating Web sites as part of the American Association of Advertising Agencies' Casie Awards program are (l. to r.): John Heenan, director-consumer advertising and interactive marketing, Sony Electronics; Rich LeFurgy, chairman, Internet Advertising Bureau; and Mike Wege, associate director-advertising development department, Procter & Gamble Co.

NEW YORK: Walter Kaitz Foundation honored cable industry veteran Charles F. Dolan (2nd r.), chairman, Cablevision Systems Corp., at a reception at the New York Hilton and Towers. Congratulating Mr. Dolan on the recognition were (l. to r.): Bob Wright, president-CEO, NBC: John Malone, chairman-CEO, Tele-Communications Inc.; Ted Turner, vice chairman, Time Warner; and James Dolan, president-CEO, Cablevision Systems. The foundation's goal is to enhance diversity in the cable and telecommunications industry.

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