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Oct 26, 1992
Vol. 38 No. 17
October 26, 1992
He Looks Like a Choirboy, but When the GOP Rips Bill Clinton, George Stephanopoulos Blasts Back
A Yank at Oxford
Friends Say the Only Radical Thing About Bill Clinton Was His Rugby
When the Boss Says Action
In Hollywood Sexual Harassment Is Still a Hazard of the Job
Gowns N' Roses
Guitarslinger Slash Weds in a Remarkably Civil Ceremony
Who Say a Mouse Is Not a Home?
Pledging Allegiance to Mickey, Ed McMahon Wishes on a Star Search for Disney
It Was a Weird Year for Style. The Pols Dressed Down, Retro Came Around, and Too Many Celebs Wore No Underwear—or Only Underwear.
So Here They Are: People Crowns the Classiest (and the Trashiest) Dresses of '92
The Jackson Two
The Show Must Go on
The Windsors Are a House Divided. But, Sartorially Speaking, Only Fergie Has Unraveled at the Seams.
Can We Gawk? Joan Rivers Takes Us into Her Private Paradise and Lets It All Hang Out, Down to Her Purple 'Hoping to Get Lucky' Bra.
Celebs Sparkled and Shined in the Best Duds of the Year
See How They Run
The Politically Correct Look in Campaign Mode Is Not to Be Too Modish. Jettison the Jackets, Loosen the Tie and Hold the Hairspray.
Ta-Ta, Taffeta, and So Long, Spandex. The Celebrities' Fabric of Choice This Year: Quality Epidermis—and Plenty of It. It's Environmentally Correct, Resists Wrinkles (for a While) and Gets Lots of Exposure. Just Ask Madonna.
What's in a Name? Plenty, When Celebs Merchandise It. But Is Their True Passion to Prettify Your Closet or Their Coffers?
Doesn't This Crowd Have Mirrors? Isn't There One Good Friend to Whisper "Bury the Bustier?"
Down, Not Out
Debilitated by Manic-Depressive Illness, Kristy McNichol Temporarily Flees Empty Nest
It's a Bash-O-Rama When Celebs Toast 1492, Salute Fly-Fishing and Flock to the Cirque to Raise Funds to Fight AIDS
Kiss and Tell
Author Richard Rhodes Tells Everything You Might Have Wanted to Know About His Sex Life—Even If You Didn't Ask
Undaunted by Deafness, Shelley Beattie Is a Smash as An American Gladiator
Building by the Bale
A Tucson Couple's New Construction Formula Is the Latest Straw—Not the Last
The Dashing Designer, An Ex-Secret Agent, Explores the Life of Hitler's Evil Chief Diplomat
Drumming Up Business
Dean Delorenzo's Designer Drumwear Is Making Him Rich, Buddy
Now They Are One
It's Birthday Time for the Twins Arlette Schweitzer Bore for Her Daughter
Waters Still Runs Deep
Post-Pink Floyd, Roger Waters Tackles the Big Questions Solo
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