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- November 20, 1989
- Vol. 32
- No. 21
In This Issue
Pregnant again but courting mounting disfavor in Britain, the Duchess of York—Fergie to you—is taking heat for her casual commitment to motherhood, an indecorous yen for making a pound and a distressing indifference to her public's expectations
UP FRONT 62-72
Outraged by a little boy's abduction, St. Joseph, Minn., keeps the vigil with Jacob Wetterling's family
Sally Field, Dolly Parton, Shirley MacLaine and Daryl Hannah are all hearts and flowers at the Steel Magnolias premiere
Friends disclose that Amanda Blake, Gunsmoke's Miss Kitty, died not of cancer but AIDS
PEOPLE writer Ron Arias turns Red Baron in an air-combat dogfight
Sting takes to the Broadway stage—and gets stung
Architect Maya Lin creates a moving memorial to civil rights martyrs
Putting divorce from David Cassidy and years of bad parts behind her, Kay Lenz makes an Emmy-winning comeback
No chance of Drugstore Cowboy writer James Fogle going Hollywood—he's in stir
Former Clash guitarist Mick Jones is back and he's B.A.D.
Denise Horn and her daughter Erica, 11, learn to live with Erica's transplanted heart
Antiabortion leader Randall Terry speaks out defiantly from a Georgia prison
Tommy Sands, Dee Clark, Ernie K-Doe, now in obscurity, could be candidates for Joey Dee's home for old rockers
Pianist Vladimir Horowitz's genius is stilled
Twenty-one years after My Lai, former Lt. William Calley has found peace and prosperity; not all the veterans of Charlie Company are so lucky
Tough-talking A.L. Williams has built a multimillion-dollar insurance company; some say he's a ruthless cult leader
Comic Tamayo Otsuki is more than just another Japanese import
In defense of her late husband's reputation, Lillie Albertson teaches the FBI a $170,000 lesson in honesty
TO THE TOP 176
Italian artist Mario Merz astonishes New Yorkers with igloos, alligators and a singular raincoat
PICKS & PANS 23
TAKE ONE 61
STAR TRACKS 117
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