Star Tracks

UPDATED 01/09/1989 at 01:00 AM EST Originally published 01/09/1989 at 01:00 AM EST

Stubble, stubble, toil and trouble: Seemingly concerned about his facial growth, Pee-wee Herman, once known as just plain Paul Reubens, tries to hide his beard in a Christmas wreath after attending a party at producer Sandy Gallin's Beverly Hills home. Melissa Gilbert's sister Sara, 13, who appears in ABC's new hit comedy Roseanne, also came out to play, as did Dallas' Linda Gray and her friend Patrick Markey.

She'll drink that to that: Acquitted of criminal charges that she tried to influence a judge in her lover's favor, former Miss America Bess Myerson toasts victory in New York City.

Caroline Kennedy and Ed Schlossberg bundle up for a New York film screening a few days after the baptism of their 6-month-old baby, Rose, last month. Ted Kennedy is godfather.

You-know-who's firstborn, Prince William, 6, shares some Christmas Day low jinks with his cousin, Zara Phillips, 7, Princess Anne's daughter, after morning church service in Sandringham, England.

Matthew Modine was in Married to the Mob, but that's no moll he's escorting to the Rudolph Valentino Awards in L.A. It's his wife, Carey, his mate for a matrimonial decade.

Reformed groupie Pamela (I'm with the Band) Des Barres checks into the L.A. premiere of Working Girl with Bud Cort, who starred in the 1971 cult film Harold and Maude.

Hugh Hefner's former flame Carrie Leigh plays Flesh Gordon at an L.A. club, sporting an interplanetary ensemble by designer Michael Roche, with whom she has been working.

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