updated 10/26/1987 AT 01:00 AM EST
•originally published 10/26/1987 AT 01:00 AM EST
The Big Easy's Dennis Quaid, 33, flew home to Los Angeles (solo, save guitar accompaniment) after visiting New York. His latest, Suspect, with Cher, opens this week.
Leaving N.Y. on a peace trip, actors (from left) Judd Nelson, Mary Stuart Masterson, Helen Slater, Esai Morales and Helen Hunt were Moscow-bound on the Hudson.
Wa-wa-wa—wait a minute. That's just Chevy Chase, ready to go backward for the cameras in Windsor, Vt. He's filming Funny Farm, a comedy about a city boy-gone-rustic.
Ted Kennedy tied one on—a bow tie, that is—for speechwriter-turned-political consultant Robert Shrum at the Democratic National Committee's dinner in Washington.
At the Patricia Neal Rehabilitation Center's fund raiser in N.Y., Elizabeth Ashley mini-mized her look. Amanda Plummer (right) seemed in need of sartorial rehabilitation.