Out & About

Feb 25, 2002  •  Post A Comment

Sesame Workshop’s Gary Knell, left, and Elmo with New York City Fire Commissioner Nicholas Scoppetta.
Adelphia’s Jean Akins, left, ESPN baseball expert Peter Gammons, former Red Sox manager Joe Morgan and Adelphia’s Todd Kuhn and John Bohn at a recent fund-raiser for the Cape Cod League’s Bourne Braves team.
Hotelevision CEO Michael Goldstein and Starz Encore CEO John Sie celebrate their agreement in January.
At the “Allstate Presents an All-Star Olympic Salute” taping Jan. 15 in Salt Lake City are Tara Lipinski, front, and Scott Hamilton, left, Jim Craig, Allstate’s Rob Apatoff, Ken Morrow, Buzz Schneider and Mike Eruzione.
VH1 President John Sykes, left, meets Betty Ford and former President Gerald Ford at the Legal Action Center awards ceremony Jan. 15.
Daisy Fuentes, left, Linda Ellerbee, Pat Benatar, WE’s Martin von Ruden and Tangi Miller at the network’s TCA presentation on Jan. 17.
Linda Dano and Brian Presley promote “ABC Super Soap Weekends” at Disney’s California Adventure.
Jerry Isenberg, left, Sandy Grushow, Carole Black and Chuck Fries at the 2002 Caucus Awards on Jan. 17 in Beverly Hills.
Adam Clayton Powell IV, left, Showtime’s Matt Blank, Rep. Charles Rangel and Adam Clayton Powell III at the “Keep the Faith, Baby” premiere.
At the A&E Networks’ President’s Award winners presentation on Jan. 8 are: back row, from left, Richard Elbaum, Kathleen Williams, Jessica Rosenberg, Andres Freyre, CEO Nick Davatzes, Jenny Tsunis and John Griffin. Front row, from left: Mark Apter, Mia D’Amico, Monique Frumberg, Emilio Nunez and Mary Ryan.
Rochester Diversity Council’s George Thompson, left, with John Crowley and Paige Cain of Charter’s Southern Minnesota Group, recognizes the group for its support of diversity.
Santana High (Santee, Calif.) Vice Principal Randy Montesanto, left, Verizon’s Ed Miller, Lifetime/Verizon back-to-school sweepstakes winner Elizabeth Gern, her daughter Melissa, Lifetime’s Kim Hein, Principal Karen Degischer and district Superintendent Granger Ward.
WCVB-TV meteorologist David Epstein, left, anchor Susan Wornick, “The Other Half’s” Mario Lopez and anchor Jim Boyd meet at the Boston station.
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