updated 03/27/1989 AT 01:00 AM EST
•originally published 03/27/1989 AT 01:00 AM EST
In Moscow, the Eurythmics' Annie Lennox mugged with dour Soviet Army lads while promoting Rainbow Warriors, an LP by capitalist musicians to benefit Greenpeace. It costs 11 rubles ($18) there.
John Connally and wife Nellie celebrated their birthdays last month, but John's old boss Richard Nixon tinkled a belated "Happy Birthday" at a Houston juvenile diabetes fund-raiser honoring Nellie.
Bob Hope hopped down to the Bahamas to tape his NBC Easter special, which airs this Saturday (March 25). Hope says of his seasonal switch to pink fur, "It's a good role, worth repeating."
Why did Robert Downey Jr. wear designer Matsuda's walking shorts and silk stockings to the L.A. premiere of his film Chances Are? "Because he wanted to!" his spokesman explained.
In Canada's Magdalen Islands, M*A*S*H's Loretta Swit cuddled a baby harp seal during the International Fund for Animal Welfare's annual rally against worldwide killing of baby seals.
Six-year-old Prince William, a star for his team, wasn't above throwing a royal elbow while trying to steal the ball from an opponent during a Wetherby School soccer match in London.
Saturday Night Live's Hans and Franz (Dana Carvey, left, and Kevin Nealon) helped "cousin Arnold" pump up the laughs at Schwarzenegger's bodybuilding contest in Columbus, Ohio.