In Manhattan (from left), cosmetics entrepreneur Tova Borgnine, All My Children's Susan Lucci, Another World's Linda Dano and model Jill Connick eagerly tried on shoes for sale, courtesy of the QVC network, at a fund-raiser for breast-cancer research.
Bruce Willis got dome-estic with Demi Moore at an L.A. screening of HBO's If These Walls Could Talk, an abortion drama featuring Moore, Sissy Spacek and Cher, which airs this month.
Looking for Richard, a documentary exploring various interpretations of Shakespeare's Richard III, earned a three-star rating at its Manhattan premiere as Al Pacino (left), the movie's star and director, shared the limelight with Kevin Spacey and Winona Ryder, who appear in the film with him.
Cranky comic Don Rickles (right) made Friends with Matthew Perry at a roller hockey game played in Los Angeles to raise money for Big Brothers/Big Sisters. Perry's team, the Shakers, beat the Movers, 22-21. The match will air Dec. 11 on Comedy Central.
Enterprising voyagers gathered in L.A. for Star Trek: 30 Years and Beyond, a live two-hour tribute broadcast on UPN. While E.T.'s Julie Moran (near right) posed reflectively with Jane Seymour in twin Badgley Mischka gowns, former space traveler George Takei (left), Sulu in the original TV series, joined the Next Generation's Jonathan Frakes (below left) and actress Kirsten Dunst in demonstrating the "live long and prosper" Vulcan greeting used by Trekkies everywhere.
No digital master, Frasier's David Hyde Pierce tried hard but proved himself all thumbs at mastering the Vulcan salute.
Brad Pitt has gone for the gold, hairwise, in Mendoza, Argentina. He's there to film Seven Years in Tibet, a biopic about Austrian mountain climber Heinrich Harrer, who, after escaping a British prison camp, spent much of World War II in Tibet, where he befriended the Dalai Lama.
Seven months pregnant, Olympian Nancy Kerrigan executed a flawless pas de deux—ice, ice baby!—at the Halloween on Ice show in Boston, the skater's last turn on blades before she and husband Jerry Solomon become parents.
In L.A., ER operators Anthony Edwards (left) and George Clooney compared soles—shoe and tell, fellas?—before serving as hosts at a celeb charity auction (with Helen Hunt and NBC bigwig Warren Littlefield) that raised $170,000 for the Los Angeles Youth Network, a group providing shelter and counseling for runaway teens. Three walk-on roles on ER went for about $4,000 each.