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Sep 25, 1995
Vol. 45 No. 13
September 25, 1995
Having Their Say
What Do Teens Want? Freud Never Asked, but We Did. Six Tell Us What They Think of Sex, Drugs and Bob Dole
Getting Her Gold
Trouble—and Tonya—Behind Her, Skater Nancy Kerrigan Weds Her Agent
Glenn Close's Doctor Father Writes a Thriller Based on His Work Fighting Ebola Fever
When Love Hits Like a Cream Pie, Blame MTV Cupid Jenny McCarthy
Out of the Shadows
No Longer a Mere Cult Idol, Björk—Iceland's Coolest Rocker—Takes a Solo Flight to Stardom
Alternative Medicine Guru Andrew Weil Suggests An (Old) New Path to Healing
Georgia Griffith Is Blind, Deaf and Totally at Home on the Internet
Chairwise, the O.J. Lawyers Have Already Rested Their Cases
Suddenly, JFK Jr. Is Meeting the Press and Doing Sitcoms. It's the Work of a Mag Man!
A Texas Judge's English-Only Order Ignites a Billingual War of Words
In Thickeness and in Health
After a Year, Alan Thicke and Gina Tolleson Remain Wedded and Blissful
Our Separate Ways
Has Television Sapped America's Civic Vitality by Making Us a Nation of Loners?
His Son's Book Says, 'Here's Looking at You, Dad'
Getting Dad's Goat at Romanoff's
A Time of Heal
Vicki Weaver's Daughters Reject a Legacy of Hate Learned on Ruby Ridge
Coming of Age
Although the Oscars May Rule Supreme, Tonight the Emmys Step Up and Out With Attitude
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