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Apr 12, 1999
Vol. 51 No. 13
April 12, 1999
The Way We Were
A Look Back at the Year People Began
Dartmouth College Nutritionist Marcia Herrin Gives Students Food for Thought
Johnny on the Spot
A Heart Attack Interrupts Johnny Carson's Happily Reclusive Retirement
Will British Designer Tomasz Starzewski Weave His Way into the Next Windsor Wedding?
Today Weatherman Al Roker and His Wife, 20/20's Deborah Roberts, Go Gaga Over Their New Daughter
She's Got It!
If She Recalls Correctly—and She Usually Does—Ace Rememberer Tatiana Cooley Could Be a World Champion
To Dive for
France's Franck Goddio, the Nouveau Cousteau, Probes the Undersea Secrets of Cleopatra's Sunken Palace
Facing Death, Patricia Henley Wins a Groundbreaking Judgment Against a Tobacco Company—$51 Million
Shooting His First Serious Role Since the Ship Sank, Leonardo Dicaprio Is Working Hard, Working Out and Winning New Fans in Thailand
Forrest Ackerman's Hollywood Hills Home Is a Fright—and He Couldn't Be Prouder
Act of Will
Former Mod Squad Star Michael Cole Had to Get Sober to Arrest His Career's Long Decline
Close to Home
Romance Writer Nora Roberts Found Her Own True Love with the Man Who Came to Build Her a Bookcase
Who Needs Cash? Coupon-Clipper Janet Paré Buys a Carload of Groceries for Pennies
At 13, Welsh Singer Charlotte Church Mines the Pop Charts
What Went Wrong!
Designers Defend the Oscar Night Duds That Were Too Tight, Too Saggy or Just Downright Scary
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