Once and future Mama Mia Farrow and debuting Dad-to-be Woody-Allen spent a low-key Sunday in Central Park with Mia’s adopted daughter Dylan, 2, who preferred Woody’s arm to her stroller.
Veteran star Loretta Young, 74, who gave movies the kiss-off in the ’50s to star on TV, still puckers for the camera, this time at Chasen’s in L.A., where she dined with pals.
After taking the marriage plunge in L.A. with Jan Dance (right), rocker David Crosby pooled his talent with longtime friend Graham Nash (left) and Nash’s wife of 10 years, Susan.
Critics were lukewarm at best, but Barbra Streisand, eager for cinema, made a headlong dash toward an L.A. screening of the Warren Beatty/Dustin Hoffman flick, Ishtar.
In London filming the miniseries Poor Little Rich Girl, the life of heiress Barbara Hutton, wedding belle Farrah Fawcett savored a special visit from son Redmond, 2.
President Hugh Gloster of Morehouse College in Atlanta got a grip on Stevie Wonder’s talent as the pop star received an honorary doctorate in music.