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One of Palm Beach's more riveting romances, a hotsy-totsy fling around town that could turn into something more serious, involves Chan Cox Mashek, the Texas heiress, and James "Jamie" Kabler, the divorced husband of...

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Steven Spielberg arrived in Paris yesterday to attend the "Schindler's List" celebration. He spent the night at the Ritz and flew right back home again today, a perfect way to get gray (grayer?) hair. He's been working nonstop for what seems like forever, so now he's taking a year off with Kate Capshaw. Right after he picks up those Academy Awards.

It all started with Demi Moore. Now, in "The Paper," the new flick about 24-hours in the life of a New York tabloid, Marisa Tomei takes a leaf from Demi's infamous Vanity Fair cover. Eight months pregnant in the movie, la Tomei parades in front of her husband, Michael Keaton, with her bare tummy hanging out. One man's turn-on is another man's yecchhh.

Cliff Klenk of the international set is about to put his fertile life between covers. He started out to do a cookbook -- Cliff has been an accomplished cook and a master souffle chef for about 40 years -- but when a publisher heard some of his escapades, he said, hey man, write your life. Compiling recipes was one thing, but Cliff can't connect the dots when he's writing about himself, so there's a search on for a ghost. Who will turn whiter than any ghost if Cliff tells all, because if anyone knows where the bodies are buried...

Teresa Heinz, the stunning widow of Senator John Heinz and one of the richest women in the country, will be at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine on March 8 to receive the Spirit of the City Award. Teresa just doesn't sit around looking personable and pretty. She is the chairman of the Heinz Family Philanthropies and the vice chairman of the Environmental Defense Fund. Also being honored that night are Gwendolyn Calvert Baker, the president and ceo of the U.S. Committee for UNICEF; Dr. Prema Mathai-Davis, the national executive director of the Y.W.C.A., and Julian H. Robertson Jr., the chairman of Tiger Management Corp. There's a black-tie dinner after the ceremony, and nobody, but nobody, is allowed to pull a Kim and Alec.
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