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Feb 10, 1997
Vol. 47 No. 5
February 10, 1997
In the Line of Fire
Will Robert Cumley, the Tiny Battered Heir of a Wall Street Giant, Ever Find a Safe, Loving Home?
After An Extortion Attempt, a Grieving Bill Cosby Admits to An Affair
Weight of the World
She's Not Just Retaining Perrier; After Packing on 42 Pounds, Miss Universe Is Hitting the Gym
One from the Heart
An NBA Star Honors the Mother He Loved with a $2.5 Million Memorial
Celebrity Weddings '97
Travel Back to Some of the World's Most Memorable Weddings to Test Your Celebrity Nuptial Knowledge
The Preacher's Wife
Do You Have to Be An Angel to Share Him with Him?
Member of the Wedding
Sometimes Even Stars End Up in Supporting Roles...
Tying the Not
A Romantic World Wishes They'd Wed, but Some Celebrity Couples Believe That Happily Ever After Comes Without a Hitch
Top 10 Wedding Dresses
Plain or Fancy, These Dresses Fulfilled a Bridal Fantasy—and Earned the Admiration of Discriminating Designers
Best Man: Bubba
Planning a Washington Wedding? Guess Who May Show Up!
Facing the Music
In Court After Her High-Speed Crash, Skater Oksana Baiul Asks for a Break
A Mysterious End
The Death of Twin Peaks Actor Jack Nance Was as Strange as the Characters He Played
Gift of Dreams
Crusader Barbara McKillip Donates Books to Kids in Faraway Places
Playing in Pain
Her Father Prison Bound, a Grim Steffi Graf Gets on with Her Game
Caught Unaware in Their Natural Habitats, Even Fearsome Creatures Display Delicacy, Poise and Grace
Rock of Ages
One-Hit-Wonder Status Didn't Bug "Louie Louie" Writer Richard Berry
Braving the Storm
Larry Sanders's Wallace Langham Draws Strength from Family Travails
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