PICKS & PANS 13
TAKE ONE 25
STAR TRACKS 76
ON THE COVER 78
His role as the raunchy deejay in the movie smash Good Morning, Vietnam has Robin Williams in line for an Oscar, but offscreen he's in line for a stress test. He moved out on wife Valerie 18 months ago to live with their son's nanny, Marsha Garces. Now, for the first time, he tells why his private life makes him feel "like a hemophiliac in a razor factory"
UP FRONT 26
On Christmas Eve 1985, a small boy's body was found by a roadside on the Nebraska prairie; the mystery of who he was has been solved and the father who left him there jailed, but how Danny Stutzman died is still a conundrum
Survivor of the school of very hard knocks, heavyweight champ Mike Tyson marries actress Robin Givens of Sarah Lawrence, Harvard Med and TV's Head of the Class
Pondering Lee Hart's stiff upper lip, her Democratic peers, Tipper Gore, Jane Gephardt, Hattie Babbitt, Jeanne Simon, Jackie Jackson and Kitty Dukakis, ask themselves: Can a thoroughly modern woman be a good political wife?
Frances Moody, who made a Seiko commercial, got her estranged husband mad and lost her job, but is still a woman to watch
Undone by drugs and ego, Aerosmith hoists itself off the heavy-metal scrap heap and back onto the charts
Britain's Daniel Day-Lewis scores a sexcess d'estime as a womanizing doctor in The Unbearable Lightness of Being
Humorist Patrick McManus writes semi-tall tales about a ludicrous mismatch—modern man against Mother Nature
Yes, that's the sound of bongos you hear—Dwayne Hickman, Bob Denver and the rest of the old gang from the late '50s are back on CBS in Bring Me the Head of Dobie Gillis
Alley fighter Pete Weber may be headed for bowling greatness just like his father, Dick—unless his high-rolling life-style throws him a gutterball
ON THE JOB 86
Meridith May Doulton likes to feel the crunch—that's why she's the only woman who drives those humongous, car-battering monster trucks
WHAT A GAS 88
Of course Suzie Katz and Brayden Linden are foaming at the mouth—they drink 53 gallons of soda a week
As Benny, the mentally disabled office boy on L.A. Law, actor Larry Drake delivers a stirring performance aimed at the heart
It's the doggonest thing, but Rex—a hound missing for nearly three years—has found his way back to his home in Vermont
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