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- January 30, 1989
- Vol. 31
- No. 4
In This Issue
Don't go looking forbad blood at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. With George and Barbara Bush in the White House, the First Family really is family, with five children and 10 grandkids, all deeply attached to the new President and his devoted First Lady.
UP FRONT 30-40
Happy birthday, Alexandria, Danielle, Erica, Raymond and Veronica! The L'Esperance family celebrates 12 months of joy and struggle with America's first test-tube quintuplets
The New York Film Critics' Circle awards dinner features a scary scenario: critics packed into a small room with their prey, including William Hurt, Kathleen Turner, Meryl Streep, Robert De Niro and Susan Sarandon
In the bad old days before he played Cooter on The Dukes of Hazzard, actor Ben Jones couldn't get elected dogcatcher. Now he's a United States Congressman
In an eerie twist of fate, Jacksonville policeman Ray Shinholser's ballad for a fallen buddy presages his own untimely end
GOING HOME 44
Today she's a citizen of the world, but in her heart Olympic champ Jackie Joyner-Kersee has never left East St. Louis, Ill.
Now that she has a hit album, a TV movie and a thriving new family, Vanessa Williams' troubled reign as Miss America is history she'd rather forget
Born footless, Andy the goose walks his way, thanks to businessman-farmer Gene Fleming and a pair of very small sneakers
Credit-card collector Walter Cavanagh gets a charge out of life every time he brings home the plastic
Leslie Nielsen is right on target playing a dimwit detective in The Naked Gun
Not content with his farm, his mountain retreat and his seaside mansion, USA Today founder Allen Neuharth builds a house in a tree
Donald Lowry, convicted of fraud for his lonely hearts scam, finds there is indeed guilt without sex
The latest in teddy-bear wear comes from French designer Jean-Charles de Castelbajac
Poland's Basia conquers the West with a surprising U.S. hit, Time and Tide
Actress Amy Wright shines as William Hurt's quirky sister in The Accidental Tourist
Eight years later, saxophonist Paquito D'Rivera wins freedom for the wife and son he left back in Cuba
Twin bowlers Matthew and Scott Higa, 7, have a ball—and a houseful of trophies
PICKS & PANS 11
TAKE ONE 29
STAR TRACKS 46
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