On the Cover 38
A report on the lives of John and Caroline Kennedy (shown with their parents in 1963): He's a junior at Brown University; she's launched a career and a new romance in Manhattan
Up Front 44
Poet Allen Ginsberg makes a sentimental journey to Columbia University to celebrate the 25th birthday of Howl
Washington's barefoot boy with cheek, David Stockman, is still the favorite son of St. Joseph, Mich.
Katie Beckett will be home for Christmas—thanks to an Rx from Ronald Reagan
Off the Screen 57
She had Burt Reynolds' baby in Paternity, but Beverly D'Angelo tries marriage with an Italian duke
Over the Tube 61
At 28, former Olympic gymnast Cathy Rigby goes head over heels into showbiz
Oil company mogul John Swearingen gets a charge from his high-octane wife, Bonnie
When hunger strikes, Beverly Hills celebs call Jaye Tishman at Ms. Tish's Quiche Co.
On Stage 77
David and Shaun Cassidy's kid brother, Patrick, nixes teenyboppers for—would you believe?—Gilbert & Sullivan
To the Top 83
Millions of Japanese have a yen to watch TV hostess Tetsuko Kuroyanagi
Pediatrician Helen Caldicott leads a doctors' crusade for nuclear disarmament
In Her Own Words 95
Alison Lurie, author of The Language of Clothes, says you are what you wear
When the reclusive pianist Glenn Gould sits down at his concert grand, only the studio mikes are listening
Joanne Woodward is riding high with a new horse farm, a Broadway hit...and her husband of 23 years, Paul Newman
With his cancer hotline, Richard Bloch of H&R Block proves that death and taxes aren't inevitable
On the Move 130
Ken Kercheval, as Dallas' Cliff Barnes, readies a comeuppance for J.R., but at home he's nobody's foil guy
Football star Herschel Walker is Georgia's man of a thousand moves
In Trouble 146
She lives in a New Delhi train station waiting room, and India's Begum of Oudh wants her palace back
People Picks & Pans 13
Steve Martin wings it on NBC and Cicely Tyson stars in CBS' The Marva Collins Story
John Updike revisits a favorite protagonist in the affecting Rabbit Is Rich; George Harrison reflects in the disarming I-Me-Mine
Lena Home's one-woman Broadway show sounds great even if you aren't there
Time Bandits, a journey through the ages by a band of dwarfs, Sean Connery and some Monty Python alumni, is a bad trip
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Star Tracks 103
For two weeks, at least, Raquel Welch will be Woman of the Year
Dustin Hoffman is no shrinking violet
Walter Cronkite gets down in K.C.
Famous Amos chips in to fight illiteracy
Ned Beatty gives the shirt off his back
People Puzzle 138
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