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Sep 23, 1991
Vol. 36 No. 11
September 23, 1991
Oh, How They Danced...
In Carmel and Paris, Harry and Nicollette and John and Kelly Tie a Pair of Nuptial Knots
When Midnight Comes
After Six Years of Fighting AIDS in Secrecy, a Resilient Brad Davis Finally Loses His Lonely Battle
Going in Circles
Two Artists Say the Enigma of England's Rural Rings Was All a Corny Joke—but Is It?
No Tears for This Cryer
The Famous Teddy Z Was Shot Down, but Its Lighthearted Star Is Back with a Major Comic Hit in Hot Shots!
A Greyhound's Best Friends
Shocked by the Grim Fate of Over-the-Hill Racing Dogs, Dale and Jacquie Schnepf Have Found Homes for More Than 500
Julia's Baby No More
Two Decades After Starring as Diahann Carroll's Son on TV, Marc Copage Pushes Toward a Music Career
A Couple's Black Book Stirs Fear and Loathing in Fort Lauderdale
Untutored in Acting and Not Looking for Lessons, Angela Goethals Is a Smash in the Good Times Are Killing Me
Tiger on the Tee
Teen Phenomenon Tiger Woods Hopes to Follow the Trail of Golf's Golden Bear
Big Little Town on the Prairie
Founded More Than a Century Ago by Freed Slaves, the All-Black Town of Nicodemus, Kans., Still Calls Its Sons and Daughters Home
Kitsch in the Kitchen
Marlou Freeman Is Stuck on Refrigerator Magnets—2,300 of Them
Too Tough to Cry
Most American Men Don't Know How to Express Their Feelings—or Talk to Their Kids—says Harvard Psychologist Ronald Levant
A New York Visits New York
Look! No More "Duchess of Pork"!
He's Got the Moves
Gata Kamsky, 17, New U.s. Chess Champ, Credits Perspiration and Dad
A Pryor Engagement
With a Good Friend Down, Hollywood Turns Out
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