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- April 17, 1989
- Vol. 31
- No. 15
In This Issue
Her dreams destroyed by partner Randy Gardner's disabling injury at the Lake Placid Olympics, Tai Babilonia kept skating but lost her footing in life—turning to drinking and drugs to conquer fear and unhappiness
UP FRONT 42-57
Two hundred years after the Bounty, the descendants of mutineer Fletcher Christian face trouble in their Pitcairn Island paradise
Zita, the last Habsburg Empress, dies at 96, and Vienna stages a full-pomp final tribute
TO THE TOP 65
Ex-model Joe Lara strips down for Tarzan in Manhattan
Wonder Years' star Fred Savage faces sibling rivalry at home—his little sister and brother are starting acting careers of their own
Penelope Ann Miller speeds toward stardom in Dead-Bang
A son's fatal illness put Eddie Rabbitt's career on hold; now he's back, singing with the heartbreak
Joe Ross was Maura Handren's hero when he saved her from drowning; then they dried off and got married
Psychologist Eugene Landy, shrink to the stars, loses his license for an ethical breach
Forced into exile, 14 million refugees hope for the kindness of strangers
Proving that old dogs could use some new tricks, 82-year-old Jack Kelm is jailed for bank robbery
After cutting college classes to watch the soaps, Sally Sussman has her own show
MAIN STREET 117
He's located next to a Dairy Queen, but Indiana's Hermann Albers is the Rolls-Royce of Rolls-Royce dealers
Perfect timing at a tragic moment helps Ron Olshwanger win a Pulitzer Prize for photography
Hollywood's Kim Basinger and friends ante up $20 million to buy the little town of Braselton, Ga.
The lesson of Geek Love, Katherine Dunn's strange new novel about freaks and mutants, is that deformity is only skin deep
Though she hasn't seen much of her father, Richard, Rain Pryor of Head or the Class has shown some of his talent for surviving hard times
The driving forces of the age—rock and real estate-converge as Jon Bon Jovi gives away his family's home to promote his band's LP
In a stirring anatomical tribute, Melanie Griffith, Goldie Hawn, Jodie Foster and others dress at half-mast for the Oscars
PICKS & PANS 13
TAKE ONE 41
STAR TRACKS 59
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