Star Tracks

updated 10/03/1988 at 01:00 AM EDT

originally published 10/03/1988 01:00AM

Matthew Broderick and his new steady, actress Helen Hunt, were Bird watchers at a New York screening of Clint Eastwood's movie about jazzman Charlie "Bird" Parker.

You garter believe Drew Barrymore, at a New York party for Miles from Home, is growing up. The 14-year-old's next movie is coincidentally titled Far from Home.

Joni Mitchell, an avid collector of Native American art, joined Chippewa medicine man Adam Fortunate Eagle at the opening of an Indian art show at L.A.'s Southwest Museum.

Dynamic duo Don Johnson and Bar-bra Streisand, at the L.A. premiere of his film Sweet Hearts Dance, have cut a single, "Till I Loved You." It will be on both their next albums.

Meg (The Presidio) Ryan, left, and Debra (Betrayed) Winger took politics seriously—if not the photographers—as they joined Hollywood's Democratically inclined at a party for presidential candidate and guest star Michael Dukakis at producer Norman Lear's L.A. home.

Dog days of summer: Willow director Ron Howard, with wife Cheryl and their hounds, judged the tail-wagging contest at a Greenwich, Conn., Adopt-A-Dog fund-raiser.

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