Ginnifer Goodwin, 35, said ‘I do’ to her Once upon a Time costar Josh Dallas, 32, on April 12. The couple, who announced their engagement last October, wed in an intimate ceremony in California, their rep confirmed to PEOPLE. The newlyweds are expecting their first child this spring.
Michael Jackson’s ex-wife Debbie Rowe, 55, and the late singer’s onetime producer Marc Schaffel, 49, are engaged. Rowe, who initially declined the March proposal, had a change of heart, telling TMZ, “He loves me, knows my kids, loves my kids, and we’ll see where this goes.” This will be the second marriage for Rowe. She and Jackson were married for three years in 1996 and had two children together, Prince, 17, and Paris, 16.
CNN’s New Day coanchor Kate Bolduan, 30, and husband Michael Gershenson, of the Carlyle Group, are expecting their first child in October, PEOPLE confirms exclusively. “I’m looking forward to having someone else in my house wake up before 3 a.m. with me,” says Bolduan.
It’s a girl for Mike Myers, 50, and wife Kelly, 37. The couple welcomed their second child, daughter Sunday Molly, on April 11, his rep confirms to PEOPLE exclusively. “We couldn’t be happier,” the duo said. Myers and Kelly are already parents to son Spike, 2½. • David Krumholtz, 35, and wife, actress Vanessa Britting, 33, have welcomed their first child, daughter Pemma Mae. “I am a parent,” the excited dad tweeted on April 5. The couple have been married since 2010.
Lyra Kaufman, the 1-year-old who fell ill during her family’s round-the-world sailing trip, is in stable condition in San Diego. Her parents, Eric, 35, and Charlotte Kaufman, 34, embarked on their journey with daughters Lyra and Cora, 3, more than a year ago. After their sailboat lost power and Lyra developed a high temperature, diarrhea and severe rash, the Kaufmans contacted the U.S. Coast Guard. The family was rescued after Air National Guard members parachuted down to the 36-ft. vessel and transported them to a Navy ship heading to San Diego. According to The San Diego Union Tribune, the rescue cost an estimated $660,000. •Singer Alexa Ray Joel, 28, the only child of Billy Joel and Christie Brinkley, collapsed while performing at New York’s Cafe Carlyle on April 12. Joel was taken to an emergency room, where she was diagnosed with vasovagal syncope, a condition that blocks blood from flowing to the brain and causes fainting. “I really wanted to end my run with a bang, but this was not what I had in mind,” Joel said.
Wrestling legend the Ultimate Warrior, 54, who collapsed at a Scottsdale, Ariz., hotel on April 8, died of cardiovascular disease. The cause of death was announced on April 14 after the autopsy was completed. The former heavyweight champion was born James Hellwig. •Actress Phyllis Frelich died at her home in Temple, Calif., on April 10. She was 70. Frelich suffered from the rare degenerative neurological disease supranuclear palsy, which had progressed. Frelich, who was deaf, won a Tony in 1980 for her role in Children of a Lesser God. She is survived by her husband, Robert Steinberg, 72, and their sons Reuben and Joshua.
Hot (Sauce) Control
A California town declares Sriracha hot sauce plant a public nuisance
On April 9 the City Council of Irwindale, Calif., voted 4-0 to prepare a resolution declaring the pungent fumes from the Sriracha sauce plant a public nuisance. Residents claim that the spicy odors, created when the red chili peppers are crushed to make the sauce, cause headaches and burning eyes. After the resolution passes, Huy Fong Foods, the company that produces the fiery condiment, will have 90 days to clear the air. John Tate, the attorney for Huy Fong Foods, Inc., declared the vote a demonstration of “the city flexing its muscle.” Sriracha chili sauce is one of America’s top-selling condiments.
Attacks at Jewish centers kill 3
‘Anti-Semite’ suspected in possible hate-crime murders
Before leaving with his grandfather for an audition at a Jewish community center outside Kansas City, Mo., Reat Griffin Underwood, 14, rehearsed two songs for his mom—the second, she said, was “You Will Miss Me When I’m Gone.” “I got to kiss him and tell him I loved him,” said Mindy Corporon, whose father, William, 69, and son, both Methodists, were ambushed on April 13 in the center’s parking lot. They were shot, police allege, by Frazier Glenn Cross, an ex-Klan leader. Cross, 73, then attacked his third victim, Teresa Lamanno, 53, a Catholic, outside Village Shalom, a Jewish assisted living center. The Aurora, Mo., man was arrested shortly thereafter at a nearby playground. Authorities are treating the murders as hate crimes.