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Celebrity Birthdays For The Week Of Oct. 6-12

A Pataxo Indian takes part in the first day of  the National Indigenous Mobilization protest in Brasilia, Brazil, Tuesday, Oct. 1, 2013. The protest is against a proposed constitutional amendment known as PEC 215, which amends the rules for demarcation of indigenous lands. (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres)

Singer Robert Kool Bell of Kool and the Gang is 63. Singer-guitarist Ricky Lee Phelps (Brothers Phelps, Kentucky Headhunters) is 60. Actor Michael Dudikoff is 59. Comedian Darrell Hammond is 58. Actress Stephanie Zimbalist is 57. Singer Steve Perry of Cherry Poppin Daddies is 50. Actor Ian Hart (Dirt) is 49. Singer CeCe Winans is 49. Bassist C.J. Ramone of The Ramones is 48. Actress Karyn Parsons (The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air) is 47. Singer Teddy Riley is 47. Actress Emily Procter (CSI: Miami) is 45. Actor-screenwriter Matt Damon is 43.

Celebrity Cruises heads to St. Barts

Jetsetters are sometimes spotted (and photographed) on the island’s white-sand beaches, hanging out on extravagant yachts, shopping in designer boutiques, dining in gourmet eateries and lounging at fancy resorts. The island’s claim to fame includes as a location for segments of The Real Housewives of New York City. Celebrity will include the island on three cruises the line said were created with “upscale travelers” in mind. Two nine-day cruises, Nov. 29 and Dec. 14, 2014, are round-trip from Fort Lauderdale and also include calls at Royal Caribbean’s private beach resort at Labadee, Haiti; San Juan; St. Croix; and St. Maarten. An eight-day cruise embarking Jan. 16, 2015, will visit all but St. Maarten. Fares are from $899 per person, double occupancy. The 11-year-old Celebrity Constellation was the first of Celebrity Cruises’ four older Millennium Class ships to undergo a top-to-bottom overhaul to make it more like the line’s newer Solstice Class ships, a process the line called “Solsticizing.” What’s new on the vessel? USA TODAY’s Gene Sloan offers a photo tour. Celebrity Cruises Fullscreen Originally unveiled on May 12, 2002, the 91,000-ton, 2,034-passenger Celebrity Constellation was in dry dock for 15 days in 2010 to receive its “Solsticizing” makeover.

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