Star Tracks

updated 07/03/2000 AT 01:00 AM EDT

originally published 07/03/2000 AT 01:00 AM EDT

In L.A., all-star couple Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt cheered the Lakers to their first NBA championship in 12 years—and sealed the 116-111 victory over the Indiana Pacers with a kiss (inset). Pitt recently finished filming the upcoming action-comedy The Mexican, while Aniston is on hiatus from Friends.

The quiet before the Storm: Docked in Gloucester, Mass., George Clooney and Mark Wahlberg promoted the release of their disaster flick The Perfect Storm, which hits theaters June 30. The two actors previously costarred in last year's Three Kings.

Pleased, pleased, pleased: It was a good knight for James Brown, who after being inducted into the Songwriters' Hall of Fame in New York City joined Sir Paul McCartney and others for the musical finale. Of performing onstage with the Godfather of Soul, McCartney said, "Is this cool, or what?"

Kristin Davis became the first of Sex and the City's gals to get hitched, when she taped her character's late-summer wedding to Kyle MacLachlan in Manhattan, as costars Kim Cattrall (far left) and Sarah Jessica Parker looked on.

The women behind the Man: As Tiger Woods (below) celebrated his 15-stroke victory at the 100th U.S. Open in Pebble Beach, Calif., so did two of his biggest fans—mom Kultida Woods (right) and sweetheart Joanna Jagoda (far right). Of his win, the largest margin ever achieved in a major tournament, Woods, 24, said, "It was just one of those great weeks."

Painting the town: In The Bronx, Bette Midler joined Agriculture Secretary Dan Glickman (far left) and New York City Parks Commissioner Henry Stern (in white cap) to help turn a former dead end into a riverfront park. Midler was there to represent her urban-renewal charity, the New York Restoration Project.

In L.A., Amy Brenneman (left), Noah Wyle, Richard Dreyfuss and Harry Hamlin rallied support for the seven-week-old Screen Actors Guild and American Federation of Television and Radio Artists strike against the advertising industry.

The Starbuck stops here: President Clinton fueled up in Chappaqua, N.Y., where he and his Senate-candidate wife, Hillary, have a home, before making appearances on the Today show and at two schools to promote music education.

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