updated 09/12/1994 AT 01:00 AM EDT
•originally published 09/12/1994 AT 01:00 AM EDT
Mike Myers, who'll skate back into the cast of Saturday Night Live this fall, hit the ice recently in Los Angeles for a celebrity hockey game to benefit leukemia, cancer and AIDS research for children.
Matron of honor Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg (left) readies daughter Rose for her duties as a flower girl at the Aug. 27 East Hampton, N.Y., wedding of Lee Radziwill's son Tony to fellow ABC producer Carole Ann Di-Falco (below). Also on hand were Caroline's husband, Ed Schlossberg (far left in bottom photo), Jacqueline Kennedy Chassis's longtime companion Maurice Tempelsman and John F. Kennedy Jr., who served as best man.
Tennis star Monica Seles, whose career has been sidelined since her 1993 stabbing by a crazed Steffi Graf fan, got the royal treatment from a Cote d'Azur restaurateur. Seles was in nearby Monaco for the Weight Watchers sports festival, where she received an award for courage.
Now for some presidential good news: Bill Clinton knew he had a friend when singer-songwriter James Taylor serenaded the vacationing First Family on a sunset sail off Martha's Vineyard, Mass.
No, Jodie Foster isn't ditching her career to be a Bon Jovi groupie, though she did hang a little with band members Jon Bon Jovi (left) and Richie Sambora at a Manhattan AmFAR benefit after the premiere of Blue Sky, the final film by director Tony Richardson, who died of AIDS in 1991.