TOP OF THE NEWS: A judge in Los Angeles extended a restraining order for an unspecified period against Tina Marie Ledbetter to keep her from harassing actor Scott Bakula-- even though she told the judge that she stopped sending letters to Bakula in June because she "lost interest in him months ago." In 1989, Ledbetter pled guilty to harassing Michael J. Fox by mailing him more than 5,000 death threats.

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.

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