By People Staff
December 21, 1998 12:00 PM

Sly Stallone made a pit stop with daughter Sophia, 2—What, no child seats for race cars?—while visiting a Las Vegas track to research his role for an upcoming movie about Formula One racing.

John F. Kennedy Jr., who must be used to folks whispering about him, huddled with wife Carolyn at a Manhattan event to benefit the underprivileged.

Bandaged but not broken (it’s only a movie), Harrison Ford lit up a New York City street set for his next thriller, Random Hearts.

Before Washington’s Kennedy Center Honors, taped to air Dec. 30, Bill Cosby hugged fellow honoree Shirley Temple Black. Of their ribbons with three gold bars, Cosby joked, “These are the hippest clothespins you’ve ever seen.”

Road trip! He may be short a sitcom, but Jerry Seinfeld carried plenty of baggage in Manhattan, where he filmed his next (top-secret) American Express commercial, which will reportedly debut during the Super Bowl.

That wrap is simply a mesh: Liv Tyler vogued at a Costume Institute gala in New York City.

Dost thou want a piece of me? At Manhattan’s premiere of Shakespeare in Love, costar Ben Affleck did roughhouse with his younger brother, actor Casey. ‘Twas all in jest.

Claus and effect: With 11 kids between them, daytime talk show sibs Donny and Marie Osmond had good reason to cozy up to Santa before boarding their float at the 67th annual Hollywood Christmas Parade.

I coulda been a Rockette: Give her a hat and a bit o’ fluff, and Dharma & Greg’s Jenna Elfman, hanging with those famous dancers at an L.A. Christmas tree-lighting ceremony, could have slipped into line unnoticed.