Tom Arnold dropped in to Kidding Awound to buy a honeymoon tidbit for his new bride.
He grabbed Wild Women, a post-feminist book and hustled back to the hotel to research story ideas.
Nicholas Cage was pogo-ing around the store while spouse Patricia Arquette was rediscovering her roots.
A battery operated antique toy of Charlie Weaver, the boozy character created by her grandpa, Cliff Arquette.
Chris De Burgh, in town to visit a friend in hospital, bought The Music Maker (a great, stringed instrument that anyone can play) and Flubber (an odd, blubbery instrument that anyone can play). Rumour has it he’ll be using one or the other on his next album. We’re listening.
Janet Gretzky loaded up on Power Ranger party favours.
The Rolling Stones wives collected bags of stuff for the kids on the Voodoo Lounge Tour and then popped over to Tiffany’s wearing icky teeth and hologram skull glasses that owner gave them.
UK popster Menswear had fun in the store buying up Looney Tunes and Ren and Stimpy memorabilia.
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