Based on erroneous information supplied to TMZ.com, a Names & Faces item in the July 16 Style section incorrectly said that former president Bill Clinton and Donald Trump attended Sarah Gore's July 14 wedding.
NAMES & FACES
Sarah Gore Weds in Beverly Hills
Bill Clinton and Donald Trump were among those in attendance at Saturday's wedding of Sarah Gore to Bill Lee, Web site TMZ.com reports. The 28-year-old daughter of the ex-veep tied the knot with the 36-year-old California businessman at the Beverly Hills Hotel, family spokeswoman Kalee Kreider told People.com.
At a rehearsal dinner hosted by the Gores on Friday at Crustacean restaurant in Beverly Hills, "Al was the life of the party," a source told People. "He and Tipper rocked on the dance floor."
Sarah Gore, a Harvard grad studying medicine at UC San Francisco, met Lee in Los Angeles; the couple announced their engagement in April. This is the first marriage for both.
Dave Matthews's Combat Mission
The Dave Matthews Band and thousands of its fans are pushing Congress to do more for U.S. troops traumatized in combat overseas.
A petition on the band's Web site has already gotten 23,000 signatures, singer Dave Matthews said in an interview yesterday on ABC's "This Week."
"It just struck me as a profound injustice that someone who had given so much of themselves and clearly showed such a quality of personality that the gratitude we're showing them was basically a dishonorable discharge," Matthews said.
The Pentagon and Congress are reviewing possible changes to the military's much-criticized mental health system. A task force last month found that more than one-third of troops and veterans suffer from problems such as traumatic brain injury and post-traumatic stress disorder.
Rapper Charged in Shooting
Grammy-nominated rapper Remy Ma pleaded not guilty to attempted murder and other counts yesterday in the shooting of a woman in a trendy Manhattan neighborhood, the Associated Press reports.
Early Saturday, police found Makeda Barnes-Joseph, 23, with a gunshot wound to her lower torso in the hip Meatpacking District, a popular nightlife destination near Greenwich Village. Three blocks away, officers discovered an abandoned luxury car owned by Remy Ma (real name Remy Smith). The shooting followed a dispute after Remy Ma and her companions left a nightspot. Local media reported that the women were friends, and Barnes-Joseph identified Remy Ma as having shot her.
Barnes-Joseph was hospitalized in stable condition. Remy Ma, 26, turned herself in Saturday night and was charged with attempted murder, assault and weapon possession.
Tommy Lasorda coached third and President Bush retired Jackie Robinson's No. 42 jersey from White House T-ball play at yesterday's game marking the 60th anniversary of Robinson breaking the Major League Baseball color barrier. The match on the South Lawn between Little League teams from Brooklyn and Los Angeles was attended by VIPs including Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, Sen. John Warner, Housing Secretary Alphonso Jackson and Interior Secretary Dirk Kempthorne. . . Hollywood hotties Rebecca Romijn and Jerry O'Connell tied the knot in a scorching ceremony Saturday afternoon. With the temperature approaching 100, the couple swapped vows in an outdoor ceremony at Romijn's ranch outside of Los Angeles, publicist Lewis Kay told People magazine.
-- Compiled by Chris Richards from staff and wire reports