UNCOVERED: "Joe Millionaire" runner-up Sarah Kozer, 29, shows almost all in the new issue of Playboy, though she insisted that her photo spread include no full-frontal shots. "I was a women's studies major," she told the Associated Press Monday night, at a party celebrating her appearance in the publication. Since the show's February finale, Kozer has been finishing a novel and a cookbook.
QUOTED: "I can assure that this is just the beginning of the help that these people will receive on Great White's behalf. It's very important to us that we take care of our own." -- Great White singer lead singer Jack Russell, in tears, as the band returned to the stage Tuesday night in Los Angeles, vowing to raise money for the victims of the nightclub fire that killed 99 people in Rhode Island.
SALUTED: Fifty years after her Oscar-winning movie debut as the runaway princess in "Roman Holiday," the late Audrey Hepburn is being honored in Rome with an exhibit of 130 posters and sketches from Italian publicity campaigns for her movies, which also include such classics as "Sabrina," "My Fair Lady" and "Breakfast at Tiffany's," says AP. Proceeds will go toward the building of a school in the Horn of Africa, sponsored by UNICEF, for whom Hepburn was an ambassador from 1987 until her death in 1993 at age 63.