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UPDATED 10/06/1986 at 01:00 AM EDT Originally published 10/06/1986 at 01:00 AM EDT

After the Israel Philharmonic performed his new symphony in New York, Leonard Bernstein, 68 (right), paid lip service to his old friend violinist Isaac Stern, 66.

In Honolulu, deposed Philippine president Ferdinand Marcos and his shoe-bopping wife, Imelda, crooned old tunes and strummed familiar heartstrings on his 69th birthday.

Bubbly Lauren Hutton drank in the fun with a party guest who was in her cups at the New York opening of 4D, a performance-art nightclub catering to the champagne set.

Emmy Awards co-host David Letterman packs it up backstage in Pasadena after his talk show bagged a writing award for its fourth anniversary special.

After doing his bit at the Emmy rehearsal, Moonlighting's Bruce Willis tried to stage a disappearing act, but photographers caught him twice before he split.

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