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Posts Tagged ‘Kate’

A Familiar Face On Franklin Avenue

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We were perusing Franklin Ave., as we are want to do, and we happened upon this familiar face (the one on the right). The post was about the woman in the middle, Darleene Powells, who recently organized the AAJA panel on journalism and blogging. Powells, as Franklin Ave.’s Mike Schneider notes has been blogging for 10 years now. Schneider himself has been going strong for 5.

Happy anniversaries to both of you — and thanks for putting that aforementioned familiar face before us this a.m. We miss Kate around here.

[Update: The ever camera-shy Kate made us take down the photo. So much for that...]

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Hearst Hands Out Tower Awards

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If you can’t win an Ellie, make your own

Last night, Hearst celebrated its first year in the Hearst Tower by handing out fourteen crystal statuettes of the 46-story, 856,000-square-foot glassy outcropping to honor the work of its own magazines — a really expensive version of what most companies call an “e-mail.”

Cathie Black presided over an awards dinner that included guest “presenters” — CBS Senior Political Correspondent Jeff Greenfield and designers Kate and Andy Spade.

The full list, including what appear to be Black’s parenthetical notes on the winners:

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