February 13, 1995 12:00 PM

A fine time was had by all—particularly puppies and progeny—at the annual National Association of Television Program Executives convention in Las Vegas. In between schmoozing with the station managers who buy her syndicated talk show, Oprah Winfrey cuddled with Solomon, a cocker spaniel who was a Christmas gift from her steady, Stedman Graham. Deborah Norville (left), due at the anchor desk of Inside Edition on March 6, showed off her 2-month-old son Kyle. And actress Nastassja Kinski distracted daughter Kenya, 2, with a piggyback ride while Kenya’s dad, media mogul Quincy Jones, shopped for TV stations for his new company, Qwest Broadcasting.

On what would have been John Belushi’s 46th birthday, soul brothers John Goodman (left), Dan Aykroyd and Jim Belushi suited up, sang and somersaulted through two Blues Brothers sets at L.A.’s House of Blues.

Kids, don’t try this at home. French actress Julie Delpy showed off her après-sunset windblown mane at the New York City premiere of her new movie, Before Sunrise. Delpy costars in the romantic comedy with Ethan Hawke.

To celebrate the 75th year of the Miss America Organization, seven Miss Americas gathered in New York City, including ’33’s Marian Bergeron (left), ’95’s Heather Whitestone, ’55’s Lee Meriwether and ’71’s Phyllis George.

Matthew Broderick, nouveau song-and-dance man, slid through a rehearsal for the Broadway revival of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, due March 6. He’s playing the lead role, J. Pierrepont Finch.

At a New York Knicks-Phoenix Suns game in Manhattan, Elle Macpherson scored points for floor play, sharing snacks with her If Lucy Fell director Eric Schaeffer (left), Richard Lewis and Matt Dillon.

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