WEDDINGS Supermodel Cindy Crawford, 32, to her boyfriend, bar impresario Rande Gerber, 36, May 29, in the Bahamas. Crawford’s first marriage, to actor Richard Gere, ended in 1994. This is Gerber’s first marriage.

LAWSUITS Nightlife columnist Belissa Cohen, 39, filed suit May 28 against rocker/actress Courtney Love, 33, accusing her of ”assault, battery, negligence, and intentional infliction of emotional distress” after Cohen attempted to photograph Love at an L.A. fashion show April 25. ”This is another case of the paparazzi taking advantage of a celebrity,” says Love’s rep Jill Fritzo. Cohen’s lawyer, Gloria Allred, contends that her client was doing her job. Stars ”have no right to physically attack journalists,” she says. Cohen is seeking unspecified damages.

ARRESTED Rocker Scott Weiland, 30, for criminal possession of a controlled substance and criminal trespass, June 1, in New York City. The Stone Temple Pilots frontman was allegedly caught with $100 worth of heroin at a known drug spot several hours before a scheduled concert (the remaining dates on his current tour have been canceled). Weiland declines comment. His label, Atlantic Records, said, ”It would be inappropriate to comment until the outcome of the case is determined. [Scott has] our thoughts and prayers.”

FIGHTS Ousted Saturday Night Live ”Weekend Update” anchor Norm Macdonald, 35, got dissed again by his former NBC boss Don Ohlmeyer, 52, who has reportedly banned ads for Macdonald’s upcoming film, Dirty Work, on the Peacock network. The film’s studio, MGM, purchased an ad to run on SNL’s May 23 show, but Ohlmeyer pulled the spot. NBC had no response. Macdonald declines comment; MGM has switched the NBC commercial buy to other media outlets. Dirty Work opens June 12.

SHAME He can’t drive — 25? Lead-footed Late Show host David Letterman, 51, got a citation for clocking 38 mph in a 25 mph zone, May 23, in Darby, Mont. The acerbic host paid a $50 fine, later joking on his June 1 show, ”the account of the speeding ticket was inaccurate. It wasn’t 38, it was one hundred and 38.”

DEATHS NewsRadio star Phil Hartman, 49, and his wife Brynn Omdahl, 40, in an apparent murder-suicide, May 28, in Encino, Calif. (See story on page 32.)