By People Staff
January 31, 1994 12:00 PM

In New York City, saxman Kenny G bundled up his 2-month-old son Maxwell Gorelick (he has a last name) on the way to perform at a Jan. 10 cystic fibrosis benefit. Despite the chilly weather, Kenny G’s career, at least, remains sizzling: His album Breathless has now sold more than 3.8 million copies.

Still a Meadville, Pa., girl at heart, sex symbol Sharon Stone reverted to her basic instincts: to bring her fiancé, Bill MacDonald, and her family (from right, mom Dorothy, sister Kelly and dad Joe) to the Jan. 14 premiere of her latest film, Intersection, at L.A.’s Paramount Studios. Stone has more than a sliver of a role; she costars as Richard Gere’s icy wife.

Thrilla in Vanilla: Partridge-turned-deejay Danny Bonaduce won a split decision against fellow ’70s teen icon Donny Osmond in a three-round charity boxing match at Chicago’s China Club Jan. 17. Osmond, currently touring in a production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, had challenged Bonaduce to a bout after seeing him working out at a Chicago gym.

That’s news to me! Saturday Night Live’s Kevin Nealon aweighed in with ex-CBS anchor Walter Cronkite and his daughter Kathy at a Jan. 10 party at Manhattan’s Planet Hollywood celebrating In the Name of the Father.

TV’s Dean Cain was no Superman on the field at the annual MTV Rock N’ Jock softball game Jan. 15 in Long Beach, Calif. His team lost 15-2, but he scored with fans, spending 45 minutes signing autographs.