Table of Contents

updated 03/14/1988 AT 01:00 AM EST

originally published 03/14/1988 AT 01:00 AM EST

ON THE COVER 102
For millions of single women anxious about AIDS, sexual revolution has given way to re-evaluation. Here's what they're doing, what doctors are saying, and how three women who have the virus are coping

UP FRONT 36

Winter is ferocious in the 49th state, yet 540,000 inhabitants manage to thrive there. To find out how they do it, PEOPLE went to Alaska just as a glint of sun offered the first hint that not even the cold and dark last forever

Pete McCloskey isn't running away from the fight over Pat Robertson's war record, though Robertson might wish he would

TUBE 51
After recovering from surgery and a cancer scare, Katharine Hepburn returns to TV in NBC's Laura Lansing Slept Here

BIO 60
In the realm of cinematic perversity, Hairspray director John Waters plumbs depths rarely explored—or imagined

CLICK! 66
There are days when Mark Johnson finds piloting a hot-air balloon to be a very prickly task indeed

CRIME 69
It's man vs. macabre in rural Indiana, where police lieutenant Mike Nelson has been investigating a matter of grave concern

HOST 75
Former Munster Al Lewis doesn't serve ghoulash at his Manhattan restaurant, just pasta that his patrons could die for

JOCKS 79
Neither his brother's shattering death nor his own near-fatal car accident could keep Notre Dame's David Rivers from finding his place among college basketball's stars

TROUBLE 83
CBS' Shattered Innocence tells the story of porn queen Colleen Applegate; her family still wonders why she died

TO THE TOP 91
Former Olympic gold medalist Stein Eriksen runs a ski resort only the rich and famous can afford to add to their life-styles

STAGE 95
Michael Crawford, the elusive star of The Phantom of the Opera, emerges as the undisputed masked marvel of Broadway

COPING 115
Businesswoman Jean Reilly lived the good life—and charged it. Now she's paying the price

ARTS 121
The Henry Moore of junk food and jelly beans, sculptor Art Grant creates masterworks for public consumption

PAGES 125
Amazing but true: Iris Murdoch has turned out a novel every 18 months since 1954 without ever ripping a bodice

IN HIS OWN WORDS 129
Syndicated columnist Dave Barry tells you everything about sex, whether you wanted to know it or not

CRITTERS 135
When the stars grow curious about what their pets are thinking—and, surprisingly, sometimes they do—mind reader Beatrice Lydecker gets on the case

SONG 136
It's springtime for Springsteen as the Boss opens his new tour in—where else?—Worcester, Mass.

MAIL 4
PICKS & PANS 13
TAKE ONE 35
STAR TRACKS 56
CHATTER 138

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