Star Tracks

updated 09/07/1998 at 01:00 AM EDT

originally published 09/07/1998 01:00AM

Isabella Rossellini helped a young American kestrel—rescued after a June storm blew it from its nest near New York City's Central Park—fly away home. The actress, who hosts an upcoming TNT documentary on the park's fauna, is a nature lover: "I live near Central Park," she says, adding that she has taken bird-watching tours. She costars in next month's film The Impostors; her feathered friend is likely headed south for the winter.

TV's latest proud parents? Nope, just another dry-cleaning problem for Spin City's Michael J. Fox. In this scene, to air Sept. 22, guest star Conan O'Brien catches a runaway carriage after passerby Fox's pursuit of it plunks him in the Central Park Zoo sea lion pool.

She left her famous boots at home, but Nancy Sinatra, 58, stood tall at L.A.'s House of Blues for her first performance in two years. Her repertoire included "These Boots Are Made for Walkin' " and her father's hit "Nice 'N' Easy." The concert benefited the Heart of a Child Foundation, which funds research for congenital heart defects.

Count her in: The Duchess of York and Count Gaddo della Gherardesca—a 49-year-old Italian aristocrat said to be her new beau—spent a day at the races in Siena, Italy, where they cheered on riders in the annual Palio horse race from a perch in a nearby palazzo.

Seinfeld carries on: Would that be a purse or a "European carryall" (Jerry's preferred terminology) on the hip of Bill Cosby, strolling in New York City?

Jason Patric and sweetie Christy Turlington dressed appropriately for the L.A. premiere of the black comedy Your Friends & Neighbors.

Pedal pusher Kathleen Turner spun her wheels in New York City while shooting a scene for Prince of Central Park, a family adventure film.

Sorry, gals, but another Kennedy is officially taken: Douglas Kennedy, 31, a FOX News reporter and the 10th of Ethel and Robert F. Kennedy's brood of 11, wed schoolteacher Molly Stark in Nantucket, Mass. Uncle Ted (right) was best man; cousin John Jr. couldn't make it, but his big sister Caroline did.

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