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Inside the 2006 Ellies

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Jann Wenner and Bruce Wasserstein

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New York magazine’s Adam Moss, Wasserstein Holdings’ Anup Bagaria and New York director of communications Serena Torrey

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Time managing editor Jim Kelly shows off the hardware

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The ReadyMade posse


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Esquire‘s David Granger practicing “making it up”

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A New Orleans-style jazz procession kicked off the awards portion

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The Foreign Policy crew

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Time Inc. editorial director John Huey may or may not have left Lincoln Center between the Time 100 party and the Ellies

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Glamour executive editor Jill Herzig with Glamour editor and new ASME president Cindi Leive

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New York Post Media Inker Keith Kelly, BusinessWeek‘s Jon Fine and (?) Sarah Ellison

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Moss, Wenner and The New Yorker‘s David Remnick

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Nancy Soriano, National Geographic Traveler‘s Keith Bellows and NG Kids Melina Bellows

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Magazine Publishers of America’s Howard Polskin and Huffington Poster Rachel Sklar

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ReadyMade designer Becky Eaton and contributing editor Tina Barseghian

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