Playing dress-up for the annual Halloween Dream charity bash in Santa Monica, Marlee Matlin (near left) tressed up as a costumed Ball—Lucille, of course—while Halloween queen-turned-living doll Jamie Lee Curtis made the rounds as Nurse Barbie (Arnold Schwarzenegger was Dr. Ken). At the same do, which benefits kids with AIDS, a finely feathered Camryn Manheim showed off her bee-yootiful son Milo, 7 months.
O say can you see...stars, stripes and one belly button belonging to Jewel? The singer bedazzled 49,646 fans—yep, we counted—including members of the U.S. Air Force, with her rendition of the national anthem at the opening game of the World Series at Phoenix's Bank One Ballpark, where the Diamondbacks spanked the Yankees 9-1.
The royal wheeeee! With very little breathing vroom, Monaco's Prince Albert (right) hogged the limelight at a motorcycle meet in Peillon, France, where stuntman Jean-Pierre Goy demonstrated the finer points of riding on the front wheel. Heck, it sometimes beats sitting on a throne.
U2 frontman Bono had a hit with "Where the Streets Have No Name" but found himself on one that did—Columbus Avenue—in New York City, where he squired daughters Jordan (left), 12, and Eve, 8. The Irish rocker's 64-city worldwide tour winds down in Las Vegas on Nov. 18.
At a book reception for Laura Day's The Circle in New York City, Demi Moore, one of the self-help guru's followers, appeared to be black on track with boyfriend Oliver Whitcomb, a martial-arts instructor. Moore divorced Bruce Willis last year after a 13-year marriage.
Though a bit insecure on Ally McBeal, single mom Calista Flockhart proved adept at playing the pushy type while out for a power stroll with her 10-month-old son Liam in Santa Monica. Now in her fifth season, Flockhart's Ally gets wooed in January by a potential new love interest, played by Jon Bon Jovi.
The monster bash: Trying to palm himself off as the cyclopean sidekick he voices in the animated Monsters, Inc., Billy Crystal scared up some enthusiasm for the creature feature at its L.A. premiere. His costar Mary Gibbs, 5, speaks up in the part of Boo.
The days of having her cover blown on NYPD Blue behind her, Kim Delaney followed fashion's slit parade in Las Vegas, where she presented Mariah Carey with a most requested artist trophy at the 2001 Radio Music Awards. Delaney now stars as a legal eagle on the ABC series Philly.