updated 07/02/2001 AT 01:00 AM EDT
•originally published 07/02/2001 AT 01:00 AM EDT
Live with Regis and Kelly cohost Kelly Ripa, 30, and her actor husband, Mark Consuelos (All My Children), 30, welcomed their second child, daughter Lola Grace, on June 16 in New York City. The couple have a 4-year-old son, Michael.
Talk show host Ricki Lake, 32, and her husband, illustrator Rob Sussman, 34, had their second son, Owen Tyler, on June 18. Lake, who chose natural childbirth, delivered her baby in the bathtub of her New York City apartment. Owen's brother Milo is 4....
Actress Joely Fisher (Ellen), 33, and her husband, Christopher Duddy, 39, a cinematographer (Thirteen Days), welcomed their first child, daughter Skylar Grace, on June 14 in Los Angeles....
Musician Eric Clapton, 56, and his girlfriend, graphic artist Melia McEnery, 25, celebrated the birth of their first baby, Julie Rose, on June 13 in Columbus, Ohio. Clapton has a daughter, Ruth, 16. His son Conor, 4, died 10 years ago in a fall from a Manhattan high-rise....
Actress Lisa Rinna (Melrose Place), 37, and her husband, actor Harry Hamlin (Movie Stars), 49, had their second child, Amelia Gray, on June 13 in L.A. She joins big sis Delilah Belle, 3.
Baseball star Cal Ripken Jr., 40, announced June 19 that he will call it quits at the end of this season, his 21st with the Baltimore Orioles. On Sept. 6, 1995, the third baseman shattered Lou Gehrig's record of 2,130 consecutive games and then extended the streak by another 502 games.
Miss America 2001 Angela Perez Baraquio, 25, accepted a proposal on June 15 to wed musician Tinifuloa Grey, 25.
Actress Shannen Doherty (Charmed), 30, was sentenced on June 12 to three years' probation and ordered to pay a $1,500 fine for a drunken-driving arrest in December in L.A.
Rock legend Jerry Lee Lewis, 65, was released from a Memphis hospital June 19 after suffering from pneumonia. Lewis is best known for his 1950s hits "Great Balls of Fire" and "Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On."
...Basketball great and Washington Wizards co-owner Michael Jordan, 38, broke two ribs in a pickup game at a gym in Chicago on June 13. Jordan, who retired in 1998 after leading the Chicago Bulls to six NBA championships, has said he may return to the court next season.
Joe Darion, 90, lyricist for Broadway's 1960s hit Man of La Mancha, died June 16 of undisclosed causes in Lebanon, N.H. The musical won Darion and his composing partner Mitch Leigh a Tony Award.
Aaron Sorkin, 40, the Emmy-winning creator of NBC's The West Wing, pleaded guilty June 19 in L.A. to possession of cocaine and hallucinogenic mushrooms. He must complete a two-year drug-treatment program.
A San Jose, Calif., jury took less than an hour on June 19 to find Andrew Burnett, 28, guilty of animal cruelty for tossing a small dog onto a busy highway in a fit of road rage (PEOPLE, April 30,2001). The telephone repairman faces up to three years in prison for killing the bichon frise....
A judge in Golden, Colo., sentenced therapists Connell Watkins, 54, and Julie Ponder, 40, to 16 years in prison on June 18 for the death of Candace Newmaker, 10, during a psychotherapy procedure called re-birthing (PEOPLE, April 23,2001).