Family court: Rob Lowe and son Matthew, 7, were right on top of the action during a Lakers game at L.A.'s Staples Center.
Looking fabu in her new do, Jennifer Aniston strolled through London's Heathrow Airport after visiting husband Brad Pitt, who is filming the thriller The Spy Game with costar Robert Red-ford in the U.K.
Proof of love: Hollywood's latest high-profile couple, Russell Crowe and Meg Ryan, took in the holiday decorations on Madison Avenue in New York City. The pair's new film Proof of Life opens Dec. 8.
Get Carters: Backstreet Boy Nick Carter (right) and little bro Aaron threatened to exhaust national hair-gel reserves as they mulled their pop careers after Aaron's concert in Westbury, N.Y.
Joining a party of much more than five the day before Turkey Day, Jennifer Love Hewitt headed to the Los Angeles Mission, where she helped dish out Thanksgiving meals to the homeless.
Cowgirl, interrupted: Winona Ryder looked ready for grub-rustling and steer-roping when she donned a cowboy hat during a walk in L.A.
Two former Mrs. John Dereks—pals Ursula Andress (married to Derek from 1957 to 1966) and Bo Derek (his wife from 1974 until his 1998 death)—shared a laugh at the International Saloon of the Horse in Seville, Spain.
Some families spent Thanksgiving fighting over the wishbone or the TV clicker, but Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg opted for a sail off Hyannis, Mass., with husband Edwin and kids (from left) Tatiana, 10; John, 7; and Rose, 12.
Nielsen family: Malcolm in the Middle's Jane Kaczmarek and husband Bradley Whitford (The West Wing) made merry at L.A.'s annual Hollywood Christmas Parade.
Ten days after exiting rehab on Nov. 17, Melanie Griffith returned to life as a working girl, taping an episode of Bravo's Inside the Actors Studio in Manhattan.
Jolly St. Nic? Nicole Kidman kicked off L.A.'s holiday season with a shopping spree. She plays a mail-order bride in the comedy Birthday Girl, due Feb. 23.