Star Tracks

updated 01/17/1994 AT 01:00 AM EST

originally published 01/17/1994 AT 01:00 AM EST

A Philadelphia story: Rocker Bruce Springsteen (right), who wrote and performed "Streets of Philadelphia," the haunting opening track for Jonathan Demme's AIDS drama, Philadelphia, met the director in south Philly to film a video for the tune.

There's a good reason Marky Mark is better known for his rap songs than his rapport with a stove. After finishing Penny Marshall's movie Renaissance Man, due this summer, he turned up at New York City's Planet Hollywood to flip burgers for pals.

Psst. What famous Air-stylist (left) snowed even celebrity-weary Aspenites? Who else but Michael Jordan, a neophyte skier who got bullish on Tie-hack Mountain, then headed to Marvin Davis's annual New Year's bash. More earth-bound party-goers (starting from left) Kurt Russell, Chevy Chase. Martin Short, Goldie Hawn and Jayni Chase arrived by taxi.

Unreserved actress Sonia Braga watched over Willem Dafoe at the Mew York City premiere of Faraway, So Close. Dafoe plays an angel in the spiritual odyssey, which includes a cameo by former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev pondering world peace.

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