updated 09/19/1994 AT 01:00 AM EDT

originally published 09/19/1994 AT 01:00 AM EDT

Rocker Rod Stewart, 49, and model Rachel Hunter, 25, welcomed their second child, Liam McAllister (7 lbs. 14 ozs.), on Sept. 5 in London. The couple, married for four years, have a daughter, Renee, 2. Stewart has three children from previous relationships....

On Sept. 4 former Rolling Stones bassist Bill Wyman, 57, and his third wife, fashion designer Suzanne, 34, greeted their first child, Katharine Noelle (6 lbs. 13 ozs.), also in London. Wyman has a son, Stephen, 31, from his first marriage.

Choreographer Michael Peters, 46, died of AIDS at his home in Los Angeles on Aug. 29. Peters, who choreographed Michael Jackson's "Beat It" and "Thriller" videos, won a Tony Award in 1982 with Michael Bennett for the Broadway musical Dream-girls. He also won two Emmys, one for Liberty Weekend Closing Ceremonies (1986) and the other for The Jack-sons: An American Dream (1992)....

Best-selling author James Clavell, 69, died of a stroke Sept. 6 in Vevey, Switzerland. Known for his epic storytelling, Clavell wrote eight novels, two of which, Shogun and Noble House, were made into TV miniseries. His latest novel, Gai-Jin, was published last year. Clavell also scripted and directed To Sir With Love (1967) and The Last Valley (1970)....

British film director Lindsay Anderson, 71, died of a heart attack on Aug. 30 while vacationing in the Dordogne region of France. In 1954, Anderson won an Oscar for Thursday's Children, a groundbreaking documentary about the deaf. Anderson also directed such films as This Sporting Life (1963), If...(1968) and The Whales of August (1987).

Grammy Award-winning rapper Dr. Dre, 28, was sentenced on Aug. 30 to five months in jail when a Los Angeles municipal court judge determined that his no-contest plea to charges of drunk driving violated the terms of his probation for a 1992 incident in which Dre broke a man's jaw during a fight. Dre, whose real name is Andre Young, was also ordered to pay a $1,053 fine and attend a 90-day alcoholism education program.

Whitney Houston, 31, obtained a second restraining order Sept. 2 in Morristown, N.J., against Charles Gilberg (age not available), who she says is stalking her. Houston obtained the first restraining order after a 1991 incident in which Gilberg disrupted a church service that she was attending in Newark, N.J. Then in January, Gilberg claimed to be the father of her daughter. And last week, he called her management company threatening to return to the church....

Roseanne Arnold, 42, filed papers in L.A. Superior Court on Sept. 1, seeking to rid herself legally of the surname she has used since marrying Tom Arnold in January 1990. She now wishes to be known simply as Roseanne....

Citing insufficient evidence, British magistrates on Aug. 30 threw out a paternity suit filed against singer Boy George, 33. Last September an unnamed California woman, seeking financial support for her 8-year-old son, sued the lead singer of the 1980s group Culture Club. The singer, whose real name is George O'Dowd, is openly gay and said he could be the father only in the event of a "virgin birth."

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