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- December 14, 1992
- Vol. 38
- No. 24
So, like what—the food is better at the L.A. Forum? Daryl Hannah gazes skeptically at a tray of Madison Square Garden cuisine proffered by her steady, John F. Kennedy Jr., during a Knicks game in New York City. PS.: Nice hat, John! It takes a secure man to wear plaid.
Loni Anderson saved some lip shtick for Charles Nelson Reilly after a benefit performance for her husband's school, the Burt Reynolds Institute for Theatre Training in Tequesta, Fla. Reynolds, accompanied by Evening Shade cast members, dedicated the evening to Reilly, who has taught at BRITT since 1979.
"I have visited the hell we call Somalia, and the images will haunt me for the rest of my life," said Sophia Loren, who inspected war-torn Baidoa as a goodwill ambassador for the United Nations. The Italian actress hopes to bring more world attention to the famine-ravaged country "before we lose an entire generation of children."
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