Star Tracks

updated 09/21/1987 AT 01:00 AM EDT

originally published 09/21/1987 AT 01:00 AM EDT

The no vacancy sign was out at the Kennedy compound in Hyannis Port, Mass., over Labor Day weekend as the clan cavorted—each in his/her own fashion. John Jr., 26, showed his form (whistles are appropriate here) on and out of the water. Uncle Ted, 55, strolled with an unidentified female companion, and even the grand-matriarch, Rose, 97, went out for an assisted spin. Notably absent: Caroline and hubby Ed Schlossberg and Maria Shriver and Arnold Schwarzenegger. And if you must know, Ted has escorted several shapely blondes in Hyannis this summer, though his most frequent beachside friend is said to be Cindy Pease, of nearby Nantucket, who peddles her own line of T-shirts to local stores.

Looking more like a warrior from Wall Street (his next film) than a Platoon grunt, Charlie Sheen took actress Charlotte (Golden Child) Lewis to dinner at an L.A. restaurant.

At a Just Say No anti-drugs rally in I Los Angeles, Griffin O'Neal, 22, said yes to autographs. Last March, Ryan's son pleaded guilty to charges of marijuana possession.

At a barbecue honoring Luciano Pavarotti in Buenos Aires, the wine might have gone to the Italian tenor's head were a plate not already, inexplicably, there.

It's a bumpy road, pop music. But after Tom Petty's Jammin' Me made it over summer's Top 20 hump, he let daughter Kim, 5, tag along to Egypt's pyramids for MTV's Rock 'n' Roll Caravan.

Air Frantic: When the family rushed for a London-to-L.A. flight, Rod Stewart and baby Ruby lost composure, mom Kelly Emberg lost her hat, and they all lost their bags.

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