Carry me, carry me! Woody Allen and Mia Farrow kept children Satchel, 19 months, and Dylan, 4, in hand as they walked through London's Heathrow airport at the start of a family vacation.
Glenn had a Close encounter with fellow star Isabella Rossellini at a benefit for People Taking Action Against AIDS in Bellport, N.Y. Glenn's next film, Immediate Family, is due to open in November.
Champ Mike Tyson was a real cutup (with the cake) at the 23rd-birthday party thrown for him in Cleveland by promoter Don King. Mike is set to fight Carl "The Truth" Williams this Friday (July 21).
Redefining the term double dating, Sylvester Stallone escorted two unidentified women to Los Angeles's Spago restaurant. Sly's next movie, a prison drama titled Lock Up, opens next month.
At the Miami wrap party for his movie Chains of Gold, John Travolta made a point of showing he's back. He plays a social worker in the drug drama, which co-stars his longtime pal Marilu Henner.
Lucie Arnaz and husband Laurence (Star Trek V) Luckinbill joined the Gypsy caravan when the musical opened in L.A. Lucie will be doing her own musical act in Atlantic City, starting July 25.
Soul queen Aretha Franklin got plenty of R-E-S-P-E-C-T from singer-songwriter Nick Ashford at her postconcert bash in New York. Also there were Nick's wife and song partner, Valerie Simpson, right, and Bobby Brown. Bobby's "On Our Own" from Ghostbusters II is a chartbuster.
Sigourney Weaver and her husband, director Jim Simpson, brushed up on their Shakespeare, catching Twelfth Night in New York's Central Park, as did Justine Bateman, below. Come fall, Justine goes onstage herself, playing the title role in a Berkeley, Calif., production of Wedekind's Lulu.
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