Tennis great Chris Evert, 38, and her husband, Andy Mill, 40, a former Olympic skier, are expecting their second child in June. The couple's son, Alexander James, is now 2.
In Living Color TV actor James Carrey, 31, and his wife, Melissa, 33, an actress, are calling it quits after nearly seven years of marriage. He filed for divorce on Nov. 16 in Los Angeles superior court, citing irreconcilable differences. The couple have a daughter, Jane, 6.
Director Emile Ardolino, 50, died of AIDS at his L.A. home on Nov. 20. His box office hits included Dirty Dancing (1987), Three Men and a Little Lady (1990) and Sister Act (1992). Ardolino was awarded an Oscar in 1983 for the documentary He Makes Me Feel Like Dancin'. His last film, George Balanchine's Nutcracker, featuring Macaulay Culkin, was released on Nov. 24....
After a courageous 4½-year fight, pro golfer Heather Farr, 28, died of cancer on Nov. 20 at a Scottsdale, Ariz., hospital. Fair was 20 when she joined the LPGA tour as one of its youngest players ever, and just three years later she was a top 10 finisher in six tournaments. In 1989 her breast cancer was diagnosed and she underwent a radical mastectomy. The cancer recurred in 1990, and though she had a bone marrow transplant the next year, the spread of the disease could not be stopped.
Barbra Streisand, 51, has donated her Malibu estate to the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy for use as an environmental research center and retreat. The site, which will be known as the Streisand Center for Conservancy Studies, is estimated to be worth $15 million and includes five homes and 24 acres of land that Streisand began acquiring in the early '70s.
Pearl Jam lead vocalist Eddie Vedder, 28, was arrested on Nov. 18 in New Orleans and charged with public drunkenness and disturbing the peace after he got involved in a brawl with a waiter in a French Quarter bar. The waiter, who was not arrested, claims that the fight began when Vedder allegedly spit on him. Vedder's spokesperson says, however, that the singer was purposefully provoked. Vedder pal Jack McDowell, 27, a Chicago White Sox pitcher and winner of the 1993 Cy Young Award in the American League, was knocked unconscious by a bouncer. No charges were filed against the pitcher. Vedder was released on $600 bond and is scheduled to appear in court on May 3....
William Kennedy Smith, 33, pleaded no contest on Nov. 22 to a charge of having assaulted a bouncer outside an Arlington, Va., bar on Oct. 23. A district court judge ordered Smith to give 100 hours of free medical care at the Chicago community clinic where he is completing his three-year residency and to serve 12 months of unsupervised probation. If Smith commits no offenses during this period, the matter will be expunged from his record.