By People Staff
October 16, 2000 12:00 PM

Although she returned to living la vida incognita after her high-profile Democratic National Convention appearance, Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg waved to a fan while out with her aunt Lee Radziwill (Jackie’s sister) in New York City.

Warren Beatty and Annette Bening stopped to say (what else?) Danke schön to Wayne Newton, who performed at the National Multiple Sclerosis Society dinner in L.A.

The couple that don’t seem to know they’re a couple: They’ve spent all year denying that they are an item again, but actors Ben Affleck and Gwyneth Paltrow looked very unbroken-up in Paris. Their romantic film Bounce opens Nov. 17.

From blonde to Blondie: Courtney Love and Deborah Harry linked up at a Playboy Mansion party for Limp Bizkit’s CD Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water, due in stores Oct. 17.

In Worcester, Mass., producer Jerry Bruckheimer, Chad Lowe and Scott Wolf (right) showed a stick sense of humor while raising over $250,000 for Denis Leary’s firefighters foundation.

“I wondered how I would feel in a kilt,” said Samuel L. Jackson, who looked pretty in plaid-and-pink between takes of 51st State, the thriller he’s shooting in Liverpool. Asked if he’d worn a skirt in real life, Jackson was typically succinct: “Hell, no!”

I can’t stop loving you: “I cherish my relationship with Ray more than anything,” said Quincy Jones (right, with Willie Nelson) of Ray Charles, who celebrated his 70th by getting the Blues Foundation’s Lifetime Achievement Award in L.A.

As Felicity’s third season begins, costars Scott Speedman and Keri Russell, a pair on-and offscreen, demonstrated the secret to remaining grounded in Hollywood, opting to take a very low profile outside an L.A. coffee shop.

Stuart littles: In a Titanic show of support, nine of Gloria Stuart’s 12 great-grandchildren helped their “Great Gloria” celebrate her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Clockwise from top left: Weston, 12; Deborah, 11; Stuart, 10; Jacob, 14; Dylan, 14; Samuel, 12; Jasen, 8; Tziporah, 7; and Frannie, 7.

Only in New York, kids: Judge Judy Sheindlin’s shih tzu Lulu met Cujo, a Maltese owned by Bryant Gumbel and his girlfriend Hilary Quinlan at a Manhattan party thrown by gossip columnist Cindy Adams in honor of her Yorkie, Jazzy.

Keeping wife Jessica safe from Soup Nazis on the streets of New York City, Jerry Seinfeld enjoyed some final pre-fatherhood moments (the couple’s first child is due later this month). Not that there’s anything wrong with that.