PRETTY IN WHITE: John Hughes muse Molly Ringwald, 31, wed novelist Valery Lameignere, 33, Wednesday in France.
REGRETS, HE'S HAD A FEW: "I was really angry that I didn't smile in that picture."--Paul Reubens (aka Pee-wee Herman) on his mug shot for a 1991 indecent-exposure arrest , in Vanity Fair.
PEE-WEE ADD: The magazine article marks the first time Reubens has opened up about, um, opening up.
PEACE AT LAST: Sean Penn settling a $130,000 lawsuit against a lawyer he accused of moving in on his Santa Monica, California, night club. Terms not disclosed.
THE SKINNY: Posh Spice tells London's Daily Mirror that it's the rigors of motherhood, not anorexia that has her looking so slim these days.
FAMILY MESS: In Tennessee, three men convicted of shooting up the home of teen actor Brad Renfro. The target of the hit reputedly was the new wife of Renfro's grandmother's ex.
IT KEEPS GETTING WORSE: New York State police now investigating four reputed rapes at fiery Woodstock '99.
...AND WORSE: Police also probing reports that two of their own coaxed two concertgoers into stripping and posing for (nude) pictures.
...AND WORSE: The death toll from the music fest up to three, with one concertgoer succumbing to heat exhaustion on Monday. Other deaths were by heart attack and a reputed drug overdose.
PLANET BRITNEY: Popster Britney Spears, bound for Dawson's Creek next fall, also to do a guest shot on ABC's Sabrina the Teenage Witch.
VERY SPECIAL EPISODE? Michael J. Fox says it's possible Spin City may one day do a storyline on Parkinson's Disease--the disorder that afflicts the ABC sitcom star.
SPOIL SPORT: Actually, Fox says there's no way such an installment would be billed as a Very Special Episode.
SMASHING: A new album from the reunited Smashing Pumpkins lineup due out in February 2000, the band's record label says.
C'MON GET OVER IT: Kevin Rowland, ex-frontman of Dexy's Midnight Runners ("Come On Eileen"), to play next month's Reading and Leeds Festival in England--his first gig since stage fright struck 14 years ago.
C'MON GET HAPPY: David Cassidy to be the resident star performer at Vegas' Rio Suite Hotel & Casino, starting in January.
BULL MARKET: Leonardo DiCaprio paying $35,000 for a Martin Scorsese-signed Raging Bull poster at a film-preservation charity auction in New York.
DISCOUNTING PRIVATE RYAN: A limited-edition Saving Private Ryan video to be available for $24.99, starting November 2.
BACK ON RADAR: M*A*S*H vet Gary Burghoff tells the new People he was saved from bankruptcy when a "little voice" told him to pursue a career as a painter.
NURSERY NEWS: Actor James Belushi, 45, and wife new parents to a baby girl, Jamison Bess, born Wednesday in Los Angeles.