Baby makes five: Rolling Stone Mick Jagger and his wife, Jerry Hall, are expecting their third child early next year. Jagger, 47, and Hall, 34, who married in Bali last year, already have two children, 7-year-old Scarlet Elizabeth and 5-year-old James.
The couple issued a statement Wednesday saying, "We are very happy to be expecting our third child in January."
No night shift: Morning disc jockey and TV host Rick Dees is giving up his night job.
The host of ABC's Into the Night Starring Rick Dees said Tuesday he will step down next month. Guest hosts will take over the low-rated variety program, which competes against NBC's Johnny Carson.
Dees, a local radio personality, said he will continue as executive producer of the year-old TV show.
He reads beautifully: Actor Ricardo Montalban, star of the former television series Fantasy Island, will be giving people an earful of New Mexico history and culture.
Montalban will record 20 lessons to be broadcast on a special low-frequency AM radio station, said John Nitzel, state Traffic Bureau chief.
Blue highway signs will alert travelers, and each four-minute message will highlight local attractions, he said.
State officials considered other voices, but Montalban had something the others didn't.
"He's Hispanic, so he reads all those Hispanic place names beautifully and naturally," said Tom Merlan, director of the state's Historic Preservation Division.
Pretty interesting: Film star Julia Roberts, who postponed her marriage to actor Kiefer Sutherland three days before the wedding, has decided to take a year off from acting, close friends said Wednesday.
Roberts, Hollywood's highest-paid woman star, has said she needs to recharge herself before taking any more important steps, the friends said.
The wedding of Roberts, 23, and Sutherland, 24, which was to have been one of Hollywood's big events with the ceremony taking place on a sound stage at 20th Century-Fox, was postponed by mutual agreement, a publicist said.