PUBLIC RECORD: Musician Tommy Lee and his wife, actress Pamela Anderson Lee, lost their bid in court to prevent Penthouse from distributing a videotape of them having sex. The judge ruled that they gave up their right to privacy by having sex in public in a car and on a boat...News organizations are protesting the gag order issued by the judge in the O. J. Simpson civil-suit trial that prohibits any of the participants from making any public statements.
WANNABE:: You've heard of those baseball fantasy camps where the professional players let you in on the game? Plans have just been announced for a rock 'n' roll fantasy camp starting next year where air guitarists can get onstage with Nils Lofgren, Billy Preston, sax man Clarence Clemons and other major leaguers.
WARNING: The Recording Industry Association of America will mount a new campaign to promote its labels that warn parents about explicit content. The RIAA and record stores will pay for posters by the cash registers...Dr. Dre says he's started a new label, Aftermath Entertainment, now that he's split from Death Row Records.
NEVER TOO OLD: Actor Tony Randall, 75 and his wife Heather, 26, are expecting their first child, Liz Smith reports...Alexandra Nechita, the ten-year-old abstract painter who sells her works for up to $80,000 each, signed for representation with Hollywood talent agency William Morris.
SEASICK: Filming stopped briefly last week on director James Cameron's Titanic in Nova Scotia when 80 crew members were felled by food poisoning...A water-ski boat performing a salute to Baywatch slammed into the seating area at Sea World of Ohio on Saturday, injuring 22 spectators.
WORKING: Burt Reynolds to star in the comedic thriller Big City Blues...Lili Taylor joins John Turturro in OK Garage, about a school teacher who gets revenge on an auto thief...Next from Lynda La Plante, writer-producer of the made-in-Britain PBS cop drama, Prime Suspect: a series about a Brit narco squad.
DEATH: Miles Goodman, 47, composer of the scores for Footloose, Little Shop of Horrors and other films, of a heart attack in Los Angeles.