It's not another lawyer Robert Shapiro has hired, but a Hollywood agent who can sort through all those book and television offers coming his way. The agent is looking for a ghostwriter after several publishers expressed interest, and he says two TV syndicators are hot to use the media-savvy Shapiro in a "talk-show format." While Shapiro said he'll look into the offers, he added that "I have no present intention of doing anything but defending O. J. at this time." . . . Also signing on with an agent are "Late Show With David Letterman" semi-regulars Mujibur Rahman and Sirajul Islam. The Bangladeshi duo, who sell "Late Show" souvenirs, signed up UN Productions to handle appearance requests and endorsement offers. The Hackensack, N.J., firm also represents Letterman foil Calvert DeForest, a k a Larry (Bud) Melman.
PHOTO; CAPTION:1. HOME AGAIN -- Melissa Etheridge returned to her old high school in Leavenworth, Kan., Saturday to give a concert for about 1,000 people. Etheridge, class of '79, played the benefit concert to raise money for a ball field to be named for her late father, John Etheridge, a teacher, counselor and athletic director at the school. / AP PHOTO 2. CHIKLIS 3. BLUES BREAK -- While Ed Bradley's interview with the Rolling Stones aired on "60 Minutes" Sunday night, the reporter was in Cambridge at the House of Blues. He's shown here with Bernard (Pretty) Purdie, left, and Solomon Burke. Purdie, the drummer for Burke's band, is also the drummer and bandleader for Aretha Franklin. 4. MIGHTY MEAL -- Anita Hill (right) joins former New York Rep. Bella Abzug during the eighth annual Power Lunch for Women in New York City yesterday. / AP PHOTO