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NiteWatch: Your Guide to Where the Stars & Socialites Were Partying

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NiteWatch: Your Guide to Where the Stars & Socialites Were Partying

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NEW YORK - SEPTEMBER 22: Former U.S. president Bill Clinton (L) and daughter Chelsea Clinton attend the 2010 Clinton Global Initiative reception at The Museum of Modern Art on September 22, 2010 in New York City. (Photo by Gary Gershoff/WireImage)

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See where the stars ended up last night.

  • John Legend, George Stephanopoulos, writer Gay Talese, community activist Geoffrey CanadaAndrew and Elizabeth Shue, Matthew Modine and Arianna Huffington were among the stars on hand for the premiere of Davis Guggenheim's documentary "Waiting for Superman" at Lincoln Center. The film takes a look at reform movements currently happening to improve the learning conditions at the nation's public schools [wireimage]
     
  • President Barack Obama spoke at a Democratic Party fundraiser at the Roosevelt Hotel [Getty Images]
     
  • Tom Brokaw, Gen. Wesley Clark, Terry McAuliffe, Larry Summers, Julia Ormond and New York City Council Speaker Christine Quinn joined Bill and Chelsea Clinton at a reception for the Clinton Global Initiative at MOMA [NPR]
     
  • Singer Josh Groban and Alec Baldwin were on hand for the New York Philharmonic's Opening Night Gala at Lincoln Center [Zimbio]
     
  • Tommy Hilfiger, Queen Rania of Jordan, Jeffrey Sachs, Bob Geldorf and Ted Turner attended the 2010 MDG Summit Concluding Reception [A.P.]
     
  • James Franco was on hand for a screening of his new film,"Howl," at the IFC Center. In the movie, he plays poet Allen Ginsberg and the movie shows how his famous poem broke barriers in the face of a public obscenity trial [Guest of a Guest]
     
  • Tom Selleck, Donnie Wahlberg and Bridget Moynahan were at the Paley Center for Media to present their new CBS cop drama, "Blue Bloods" [Film Magic]
     
  • Moby, Amanda Hearst and Beth Osrrosky Stern hit the Make History Gala at the Pierre Hotel [wireimage]

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