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Dec 02, 1991
Vol. 36 No. 21
December 02, 1991
At Long Last, Freedom!
Friends and Cellmates for the Last Year of Their Captivity in Beirut, Thomas Sutherland and Terry Waite Exit Lebanon, Laughing
Impelled by Her Tragic Past, Winfrey Draws Up Her Own Child Abuse Legislation
As An Arsonist Torches Florida's Churches, Police, Firemen and Parishioners Fight Back Unholy Terror
School of Soft Knocks
At a Pennsylvania Elementary School, It's Back to Nurture as Betsi Smith Opens Her Kindergarten Classroom to Grown-Ups
Love—what a Concept!
Above Cynicism, Beyond Irony, Newlyweds Kirk Cameron and Chelsea Noble Set Up Their Home in Hollywood
Cerebral Jerry Seinfeld Leaps from Stand-Up to Sitcom Success
A Champion Pistol Shooter Dies in a Shocking Accident
Glad to Be Alive
After a Quadruple Bypass and Multiple Sclerosis, Onetime Wild Man Richard Pryor Learns to Live with What He Has Left
Search for Tomorrow
As a Professional Trend Spotter for America's Biggest Firms, Faith Popcorn Has Seen the Future—and It Sure Works for Her
Pez De Resistance
Self-Proclaimed Pezheads Turn Candy Dispensers into Hot Collectibles
The Hunt for Alicia
The Search for a Policeman's Missing Daughter Leads to a Terrible Secret
He, She and HIV
The Latest Findings on Heterosexuals and AIDS
'It Was Like a Healing'
Dick Sargent of Bewitched Breaks a Hollywood Taboo and Comes Out of the Closet
Talking Turkey, or a Few Sage Words About Birds
Offering Expert Advice with All the Trimmings, Jean Schnelle Takes Thanksgiving Chefs Under Her Wing
Speaking Up for Beauty, Beast and Pals Are Stars Who Don't Mind Being Heard but Not Seen
Getting Their Second Wind, the Texas Tornados Stir Up a Gusty Mix of Rock, Country and Gringo-Mexican Music
Drawing on Anxiety
Cartoonist Roz Chast, Who Finds Humor Even in Spoiled Milk, Chronicles the Tiny Terrors of Everyday Life
Whole Lot a Shakin' Goin' on
Where's the Beefcake? Try the American Rock Cafe in Albuquerque
James Drury, Once TV's Virginian, Rides Tall as a Texas Businessman
Was There a Fix Last Time?
Gary Sick Charges the Republicans Schemed to Delay a 1980 Hostage Release
A Fox Steps in for a Foxx
The Royal Family Cast Gives Its Star a Loving Send-Off and Gets a Sassy New Princess, Jackée
Michael Moriarty, TV Lawyer, Makes His Musical Case with a CD
What Stays Dark on Weeknights?
Answer: the Sets of School Kids Playing Pat Marker's T.V. Busters!
Looking South, Toward Home
Out of Searing Memories, Endesha Holland Makes Stunning Theater
Red Sails into the Sunset
Oh, Well, Another Coup De Tête. If This Keeps Up, Pretty Soon Lenin Won't Even Have a Platz to Plotz in
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