Star Tracks

updated 09/27/1993 AT 01:00 AM EDT

originally published 09/27/1993 AT 01:00 AM EDT

Director Ron Howard plays pickup stickball with cast and crew on the Manhattan set of his new movie, The Paper. Due next spring, it stars a real bat man—Michael Keaton—as a Gotham scribe.

Actress Cicely Tyson was just wild about Harry Belafonte—and so was the sellout crowd at Avery Fisher Hall, where the calypso king, 66, gave his first New York City concert in 30 years.

Clothes calls: Ever fashionable musician Peter Gabriel stepped out in style with daughters Melanie (left), 17, and Anna, 19, for the gala opening of Barneys new Madison Avenue clothing store in Manhattan. Always well suited to the stage, Gabriel just finished a seven-week U.S. tour to promote his latest CD, US.

Call of the wild: Retro-rocker Lenny Kravitz has no hang-ups about jamming the phone lines in a limo while in New York City to appear at Radio City Music Hall and on Late Show with David Letterman.

On the move: Emily Lloyd of London added a romantic wriggle of her own as she sashayed out of the L.A. premiere of True Romance, starring Christian Slater and Patricia Arquette. Lloyd, whose most recent movie was 1992's A River Runs Through It, is taking some time off, says her publicist, "to chill out." Well, she sure freezed this frame.

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