08/15/1994 at 01:00 AM EDT
Meredith Baxter had it made in shades at the Greatest Show on Earth, which held a July 27 benefit in L.A. for children's charity. She brought Molly and Peter, her 9-year-old twins by ex-husband David Birney.
Followers of fashion at designer Hugo Boss's fall show in Manhattan watched 90210's Jason Priestley walk the walk, accessorized with model Angelika Kallio, clearly a fan. Priestley just filmed the comedy Coldblooded.
Recently signed on as a VP for the NBA's new Toronto Raptors, USA Dream Team II member Isiah Thomas headed to Universal Studios in Florida and talked about old times—very, very old times—with T. Rex, who fondly remembered the raptors from their carefree days in Jurassic Park.
We're reading the minds of those on the Bronx set of Faithful, a comedy-thriller starring a bewigged Cher as the wealthy wife of Ryan O'Neal. Cher, babe, the vaguely Celtic tattoo on your ankle is pretty cool, but that squiggly necklace thing on your arm has got to go.
When British tabs claimed that Irish army reservists acting as extras in Mel Gibson's war epic Brave Heart were injured on the set, the director-star held a press conference presenting evidence—including Sgt. William Dillon (left)—to the contrary.
Joining the mad dogs and her Englishman, Rod Stewart, in the midday sun, New Zealand-born model Rachel Hunter sweltered through a day of polo in Windsor, England. They're expecting their second child, a boy, in September.
"All my life I've been looking for a woman as tall as I am," joked 6'4" Bill Clinton at a July 27 White House ceremony for the UNC women's basketball team. He found her in Gwendolyn Gillingham, the NCAA championship team's 6'7" center.