updated 03/20/1989 AT 01:00 AM EST
•originally published 03/20/1989 AT 01:00 AM EST
Sidney Poitier, displaying brotherly devotion to older sisters Dolores, left, and Ruby, was honored in New York City for his 39-year, 42-film career by the American Museum of the Moving Image.
Cybill Shepherd lapped it up with Ryan O'Neal, right, at the Rainbow Room after the New York premiere of their film, Chances Are. Ryan had lots to smile about: He says the movie is the best work he has done since Love Story, and he got to dance with Farrah Fawcett, his real-life leading lady.
Corey Feldman and Corey Haim hooked up in L.A. for their third film together, Dream a Little Dream. Says Feldman: "We don't want to be known only as'the two Coreys.' "
Soon to be free of any Family Ties, Tina Yothers, 15, checked out alternative showbiz career options. With her rock band, It's Magic, she made her concert bow at the Palace in Hollywood.
Mama Pia! Dressed in matching Bob Mackies, Pia Zadora and daughter Kady, 4, also sported matching demeanors at an L.A. benefit (for AIDS) honoring Mackie.
With daughter Vanessa Vadim, 20, at her side, Jane Fonda, looking singularly fit, picked up Video Review's very first Career Achievement ViRA Award for her 10 work-out tapes, in Los Angeles.