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- June 11, 1990
- Vol. 33
- No. 23
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Teaming up with Mel Gibson in Bird on a Wire gave her a much-needed hit, but Goldie Hawn says her heart really belongs to Kurt Russell—and the blended family they are raising together
Coming soon to a theater near you: the macho men of summer, including Arnold Schwarzenegger (on Mars), Bruce Willis (at the airport), Peter Weller (in armor), Tom Selleck (Down Under) and Eddie Murphy (with Nick Nolte)
UP FRONT 44-54
When they're not making millions in front of the cameras, top models Naomi Campbell, Linda Evangelista and Christy Turlington are busy making mischief together
Moonlighting electrician Sam Jones makes convicted murderer Dalton Prejean his 19th victim as Louisiana's executioner
Fergie's in trouble again—this time over the curious resemblance between her story about Budgie the helicopter and a long-ago children's book
After striking it rich with Presumed Innocent, lawyer-turned-novelist Scott Turow follows up with The Burden of Proof but hasn't abandoned the law
Maybe they've got ecology on their minds, but Jane Fonda and Ted Turner have their hearts set on one another
Arousing the fury of motorists and the ire of civil libertarians, New Jersey police search for drunk drivers at a holiday checkpoint
Sending up the likes of Oprah, Arsenio and Mike Tyson on his spleen-splitting show, In Living Color, Keenen Ivory Wayans is pushing TV's limits—and his own
Catharine Rambeau, a motorcycling grandmother from Detroit, rides solo 1400 miles to South America's windswept tip
An intellectual firebrand who loves football, pot roast, and rock and roll, drug czar William Bennett is a tough-minded study in contradictions
Coach Bob Gansler and a surprising U.S. soccer team make an uphill run at the World Cup in Italy
As life on earth deteriorates, the U.S. is part of the problem rather than part of the solution, according to environmental guru Lester Brown
More than eight years after the death of Natalie Wood, actor Robert Wagner walks down the aisle with Jill St. John
Paul Newman imparts words of wisdom to the Sarah Lawrence class of 1990—including wife Joanne Woodward and daughter Clea
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THE INSIDER 43
STAR TRACKS 79
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