Star Tracks

updated 02/14/1994 AT 01:00 AM EST

originally published 02/14/1994 AT 01:00 AM EST

Jerry Seinfeld brought his biggest fan—mom Beth of Delray Beach, Fla.—to the recent NATPE convention in Miami Beach, a three-day blitz pitching programs to local TV stations coast to coast.

On the talk show circuit Geraldo Rivera may be a heavyweight, but in the ring he's no match for the big boys in padded gloves. Rivera is hoping for knockout, though, with his new gym in Manhattan.

Candice Bergen and husband Louis Malle joined the cast of Hollywood elite at Commitment to Life VII, a starry, somber gala that raised $5 million for the AIDS Project L.A. Hillary Rodham Clinton was among the evening's honorees.

Doing the Right Thing: Director Spike Lee, a New Yorker, and his wife, attorney Tonya Lewis, kicked back with Stevie Wonder at a Super Bowl party in Atlanta. Lee's new comedy, Crooklyn, is set to open May 13.

Runways of the rich and famous: Travelers got a twin peek at Kyle MacLachlan and his steady, model Linda Evangelista, arriving at the L.A. airport. MacLachlan plays Fred's boss in The Flintstones, due in May.

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