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Nov 16, 1987
Vol. 28 No. 20
November 16, 1987
The Question for Any Two-Closet Celeb Couple Is, Can Love Survive When a Man Out-Dazzles His Mate? The Answer Is Yes.
The Mini: Skirts (Again) Go Thigh High
It Began Slowly, An Inch at a Time, Then Suddenly the Mini Was Back. Followers of Fashion Were Up to the Challenge—Albeit Just a Little Bit Nervously.
Who Made These Outfits, Anyway?
The Faces Were Aces, the Judges Agreed, but All of These Getups Should Be Spurned, Burned or Simply Returned.
Life in the Flash Lane
For Celebrities, Every Outfit Is Theater, but Sometimes the Show Closes Early.
In a Year That Was Filled with Frou-Frou and Follies, Some Special Cases Merit a Footnote.
After Four Agonizing Months, a Maryland Couple Are Reunited with Their Kidnapped Baby
On the Sunny Side of 50, Pop Psychologist Sonya Friedman Has Legs as Talk Cable's New Queen
Boozehound Poet Charles Bukowski Writes a Hymn to Himself in Barfly, and Hollywood Starts Singing Too
In the Market for Bitter Fruit? Hooperman's Barbara Bosson Seems Always to Harvest a Bumper Crop
Eugene Kiely Itches to Find Heirs to Wads of Scratch
TV's Reigning Mom, Phylicia Rashad, and Her Football Hero, Ahmad, Revel in a Match Made by Bill Cosby
After Years of Lying, Actress Madlyn Rhue Reveals the Truth About Her Multiple Sclerosis
Playing by Ear, Nancy Stafford Finds the Key to TV's Matlock
He Rode into Hollywood on a Chariot of Fire, but David Puttnam's Job at Columbia Went Up in Smoke
A Movie About Mining Unearths a Gem by Bringing Mountain Singer Hazel Dickens into the Spotlight
...Lisa Kleypas, New Wellesley Grad, Beauty Queen (Gasp!) and Successful Romance Novelist
Yo-Ho-Ho and a Bottle of Mumm! Veteran Diver Lee Spence Toasts the Treasure of the Lost Wreck Regina
Stand-Up Comic Tenuta Is a Judy with Punch
Once Half of Publishing's Dynamic Duo, Joni Evans Is Now Throwing the Book at Her Husband, Dick Snyder
Mike Hayes Learns That Tuition Is Just Common Cents
Primed to Kill, An Angry Young Man Shoots His Dead Sister's Boyfriend, Leaving Two Families in Ruins
He's No Longer in the Mood, but Ellsworth "Woo Woo" Wisecarver Was a Real Play Boy in the 1940s
Want a Room with a View? This Hotel Has One of Hell
A Boy Who Died in 1969 May Have Been America's First AIDs Victim
Baby Steps Are the Socks of Choice for Toddlers Who Don't Want to Hit the Skids Early
Indiana's Health Chief Got Sick of Life in the Fat Lane, and He's Never Svelte Better
Simian Star of a New Toy Line, Michael Jackson's Pet, Bubbles, Plays Second Banana to No One
The singer's chimp is his constant companion, and the face of Jackson's new toy line
Following the Monroe Doctrine, Sex Symbol Virginia Madsen Is Often Found Lying Down on the Job
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