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- March 12, 1990
- Vol. 33
- No. 10
In This Issue
She sings (and has sold 6 million copies of her one and only LP). She dances (and the world, including Debbie Gibson, George Michael and Arnold Schwarzenegger, dances with her). Now she wants to act (and all Hollywood wants to know is, How soon?). Like her No. 1 single, Paula Abdul's career knows only one direction—straight up
Up Front 44-54
As daughter Hilary is found in New Zealand, Elizabeth Morgan and her ex-husband, Eric Foretich, square off once again in their custody war without end
Paul Newman, Paul Simon and Roberta Flack get down to some serious celebrating with Czechoslovakia's new President, playwright Václav Havel
Milli Vanilli's dancing fools, Rob Pilatus and Fabrice Morvan, don't get no respect—except from their bankers
With requisite curled lip and sleepy eyes, Michael St. Gerard shakes, rattles and rolls as TV's latest incarnation of Elvis
Defying those who predicted his quick self-destruction, George Bush's Chief of Staff John Sununu has become the second most powerful man in the White House
Together, Ann and Derek Humphry ran the Hemlock Society, dedicated to the principle that death may be chosen. Now her cancer has divided them and the group
Wall Street Journal writer Ronald G. Shafer tells of the loss of his 16-year-old son, Ryan, to the awful power of drugs
BOOK BONUS 87
In an excerpt from her book, When She Was Bad, Shana Alexander portrays former Miss America Bess Myerson as a troubled woman, unrelenting in the black arts of sexual warfare
Can you digit? High school freshman Charles Hunter accepts a teacher's challenge—and makes counting to a million look easy
For Lee Hull and Dan Cook, finding a few-of-a-kind George Bush baseball card may be more trouble than it's worth
Bob Dylan, Bonnie Raitt and k.d. lang headline a memorable Roy Orbison tribute
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