updated 02/20/1995 AT 01:00 AM EST
•originally published 02/20/1995 AT 01:00 AM EST
The streets of Hollywood are paved with...Whoopi Goldberg's hair? Typically tressed, the Boys on the Side star left an imprint of her braids along with her foot-and handprints in the sidewalk at Mann's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood.
A week after taking New York City by storm, Princess Diana headed to Japan, where she visited Tokyo's National Children's Hospital. In London, her breach-of-confidence suit against gym owner Bryce Taylor, who in 1993 took hidden-camera photos of her working out, and Mirror Group Newspapers, which ran them in their tabloid Sunday Mirror, was settled out of court. Di gets to keep the negatives and the money Taylor made from their sale, which she'll give to charity.
On the frosty New York City set of the movie If Lucy Fell, the temperature most definitely had, causing stars Sarah Jessica Parker and Ben Stiller to bundle up. (Yes, that's Stiller under eight hours' worth of hair extensions.)
Ronald Reagan, who disclosed last fall that he has Alzheimer's disease, celebrated his 84th birthday on Feb. 6 with staff members. His gift, a saltwater aquarium, caused one to joke, "Flipper for the Gipper."
Huey Lewis (right) walks it like he talks it. Nine years ago he had a top 5 hit with "Hip to Be Square," and now, here he is playing golf with guys like talk show host Maury Povich at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am golf tournament in Pebble Beach, Calif.
Outside London's trendy San Lorenzo eatery, Anthony Quinn, 79, popped a paternal peck on Patricia, the child he had two years ago with his ex-secretary Kathy Benvin. He and his wife of 29 years, Iolanda, are officially still together.
The cat in the hat is Paul Newman, who celebrated becoming, at age 70, the oldest winner ever of the Rolex 24 at Daytona, a racing event in Florida. The Nobody's Fool star and three teammates drove a Mustang Cobra to victory.