What price romance? Ask prisoners of love Julia Roberts
and Jason Patric, who went out for dinner at Antonio's restaurant in Hollywood and, upon leaving, found themselves the objects of the paparazzis' desire. Julia quickly went undercover with a handy sweater (above) then sacked out in the backseat of the getaway car (right, with a buddy of Patric's in the driver's seat) as her bearded beau made the flying leap he no doubt wished upon the persistent photographers.
The guy with the Ipana smile is none other than usually dour Matt Dillon, who yukked it up with pal Kyra Sedgwick at a Manhattan fund-raiser for Northern Lights Alternatives, which helps children with AIDS. The two costar in director-writer Cameron Crowe's Singles, a romantic comedy due early next year.
O.J. Simpson brought wife Nicole, a former interior designer, and their daughter Sydney, 5, to the Los Angeles premiere of The Naked Gun 2½, his new movie. The Juice again plays star Leslie Nielsen's sidekick, a bumbling cop who repeatedly gets stuck under—and towed by—moving vehicles.
Michael Dukakis may not have made it to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue himself, but that has not prevented him from teaching a course called the American Presidency to political science students at Boston's Northeastern University this summer.