ENGAGED
Enchanted star Amy Adams, 33, will tie the knot with actor Darren Legallo, 34. The couple, who are planning to marry next year, have been dating for six years.
• Maria Bello, 41, star of The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor, is engaged to writer Bryn Mooser, 28, her rep confirms. The two have not set a wedding date.

BIRTHS
Dancing with the Stars' Marissa Jaret Winokur, 35, and her comedy-writer husband, Judah Miller, 34, have become first-time parents to Zev Isaac via a surrogate. Winokur, a cervical cancer survivor who had a hysterectomy in 2001, told PEOPLE, "I can't believe I am sitting here next to my baby. This is the one thing that's been missing from our lives." • Dixie Chick Martie Maguire, 38, and husband Gareth, 33, welcomed Harper Rosie on July 25 in Austin, Texas. Their new daughter joins 4-year-old twin sisters Kathleen and Eva. • Desperate Housewives star Kyle MacLachlan, 49, and his producer wife, Desiree Gruber, 41, welcomed their first child, Callum Lyon, in Los Angeles on July 25. • 24 actress Mary Lynn Rajskub gave birth to son Valentine Anthony on July 24. "It was like an episode of 24 with the clock ticking," jokes Rajskub. This is the first child for Rajskub, 37, and her boyfriend Matthew Rolph, 28, a personal trainer.

MARRIED
San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom, 40, and actress Jennifer Siebel, 34, were married in Stevensville, Mont., on July 26. This is the second marriage for Newsom and the first for Siebel, who have been dating since 2006.

HOSPITALIZED
Kelsey Grammer, 53, checked into a New York-area hospital on July 27 after feeling faint at the Super Saturday fund-raiser in Water Mill, N.Y. "When you have a history of heart [trouble], you take these things a little more seriously," says Kelsey's rep of the actor, who suffered a heart attack two months ago while paddleboarding in the ocean near his Hawaiian home. "They ran some tests and might make an adjustment to his medication." • Columnist and former host of CNN's Crossfire Robert Novak, 77, was diagnosed with a brain tumor after being rushed to Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston July 27. Novak said he will stop working "for an indefinite but, God willing, not too lengthy period."