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March 19, 1995|Jocelyn Stewart

SO LONG ROSIE: Rosie O'Donnell of Flintstones fame is bidding the Valley farewell. Seems the actress/comedienne has sold her Studio City home and is headed to New York, where she'll play the part of Rizzo in the play "Grease."

SPACEY CEREMONY: Talk about your far-out weddings . . . A San Diego couple will tie the knot today dressed up as a Bjoran and a Romulan at a "Star Trek" convention in Pasadena. Mary Anderson Harris of Glendale-based Creation Entertainment said this is the first such wedding the company has ever permitted onstage. "There will be a Klingon opera singer and the bride will be escorted by a Klingon honor guard," Harris said. "It's going to be wild."

I DO II: Teresa Dunham and Steven Frost exchanged vows Saturday in the parking lot of Michaels Arts and Crafts store in Tarzana. No Romulans or Klingons were there, but about 900 visitors to the store's annual wedding fair witnessed the nuptials . . . and nobody seemed to mind the asphalt. "Where you are doesn't make a difference when you're so in love," said Jennifer Lee, wedding consultant and coordinator. Last year Lee coordinated a wedding for eight couples in the parking lot of a nightclub. Ah, the wonders of love.

FIRST COMES LOVE: . . . Then come the Quezadas and five baby carriages. (B1) With newborn quintuplets in the house, there's a whole lot of diapering and feeding going on--but very little rest for Marcella and Ramon Quezada and their dutiful helpers.

AND THEY GROW UP TO PLAY BASEBALL: Little League season began Saturday with a celebration of the old and the new. In Encino, more than 1,000 players and fans gathered to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Encino Little League (B5) . . . while in South-Central Los Angeles, where Little League ball has never been played, a new league was born.(B1)

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