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Apr 29, 1991
Vol. 35 No. 16
April 29, 1991
Defending His Life
An Explosive "palimony" Suit Puts Merv Griffin into An Unwelcome Spotlight
Miracle on the Bridge
A New York City Rookie Cop Reveals Her Own Bout with Cancer to Talk a Would-Be Suicide Out of Jumping Off the Verrazano Narrows Bridge
Honey, Cover the Kids' Eyes! It's An Infomercial!
Hawking Makeup, Memory Tapes and a Host of Other Products, Brand-Name Stars Are Cashing in with Show-Length Commercials Disguised as Entertainment
Fields of Fire
In Kuwait, Texas Fire Fighters Are "killing" the Burning Oil Wells Saddam Left Behind
Wild, Wild Baldwin
Young Riders Star Stephen May Be Goofier Than Brother Alec, but He's More the Marrying Man
Is She Monaco's Madonna?
Princess Stephanie Belts Out New Songs of Love...and Lust
Everywhere He Goes, Macaulay Culkin Is Expected to Take It on the Grin
Go Ninja, Go Ninja!
No Hard Shell, Turtles Pizzaman Ernie Reyes Jr. Kicks Up as a Second-Generation Martial-Arts Star
Crime and Punishment
Seventeen Months After Her Daughter Disappeared, a Mother Gets Justice but Not Peace of Mind
She Just Won't Quit
Multiple Sclerosis Hasn't Stopped Ellen Macfarlane from Chasing Down Cheats
New Faces in Court
L.a. Law Rookies Amanda Donohoe, John Spencer and Cecil Hoffmann Make the Most of Their Trials
He Sure Looks Like Oprah!
A Michigan Man Is the Upset Winner of the Oprah Winfrey Look-Alike Contest
A Designing Woman Takes a Break to View Manhattan from Atop a Cabaret Piano
A Catastrophic Car Crash Critically Injures Horse Racing's Winningest Rider
Nicole Miller: Fashion's Wittiest High Roller
Her Jazzy Prints Are Enlivening the Spring, but Are Her Statements Satirical or Sartorial?
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