Late Night's shady bandleader, Paul Shaffer, brought bride Cathy—they wed last August—to a music-industry charity fete in Manhattan. She used to book talent for the NBC show.
Legendary Laker Magic Johnson (at right) celebrated his new NBA assists record at an L.A. nightclub with an assist from showbiz pals (from left) Darryl Bell, Eddie Murphy and Kadeem Hardison.
Glenn Close shot back at firing photographers outside an L.A. theater where she is starring with Woody Harrelson and Laura Dern in a new play, Brooklyn Laundry. Catching Laundry recently were Danny DeVito (near right) and a newly slim, mustachioed Jack Nicholson. Jack is considering playing Teamster boss Jimmy Hoffa in Hoffa, a film DeVito plans to direct.
Gypsy star Tyne Daly was fashionably off-base at the first softball game of the season in Manhattan's Broadway Show League, open to actors and theater staff. Tyne came to cheer, not play.