updated 05/08/1995 AT 01:00 AM EDT
•originally published 05/08/1995 AT 01:00 AM EDT
Impish actress Goldie Hawn laughed-in her daughter Kate's 16th birthday with a party at Drai's, the hot eatery in L.A. (Kate's father is Hawn's ex, singer-actor Bill Hudson.) Hawn's current project is serving as executive producer on Game of Love, a drama with Julia Roberts and Dennis Quaid, due this summer.
Eau, yes! Italian tenor Luciano Pavarotti stopped at Harrods in London to introduce a men's cologne bearing his name. The scent, he promises, delivers "the orchestration of emotions."
Dolly Parton rocked and rolled with loaded dice and some wild cards (check out her domino bracelet) at the 10th birthday party of Dollywood, her theme park in Pigeon Forge, Tenn. As she opened Jukebox Junction, a $7 million, seven-acre attraction devoted to mythologizing the '50s, she said, "I guarantee it's the most fun you can have in bobby socks!"
A day in the life of Sean Lennon, 19, recently included modeling his new fur coat (let it be—it's a fake) while visiting with his mom, Yoko Ono, at her apartment in Manhattan. John's son, a budding musician, composes songs and plays guitar but has no recording plans as yet.
Displaying a bicoastal, brotherly love for the planet, Alec Baldwin (left) attended a clean-water rally, sponsored by the Creative Coalition, in Manhattan while brother Daniel (below) hoofed it with his fiancée, Homicide costar Isabella Hofmann, at Earth Walk, an environmental fund-raiser in L.A.
Sandra Bullock, star of the hit romantic comedy While You Were Sleeping, was wide-awake in the city that never sleeps as she spent an evening nightclubbing at Expo in Manhattan with pal Donny Podilla, a camera grip she met while filming her new movie The Net. Bullock plays a lonely computer hacker in the thriller due Aug. 4.