ON THE COVER 94
Body bountiful Brigitte Nielsen and football's Man of a Thousand Sacks Mark Gastineau come together in a love match to make the earth tremble
UP FRONT 34
Twenty years after the assassination, nine young blacks discuss their personal bond with the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.
Extending his dynasty to real estate, TV producer Aaron Spelling builds the biggest single-family house in California
Battling cancer as he did the bottle, former First Brother Billy Carter is taking everything one day at a time
Once Hollywood's vision of female perfection, Myrna Loy reviews her long life and varied career
Serving good eats—and a little lip—Bill Fischler has made Patrick's Roadhouse the toast (and coffee) of the California chic
ON THE MOVE 59
After 15 years undercover—most of it as Mrs. Quincy Jones—The Mod Squad's Peggy Lipton returns to TV
No longer content to be LA. Law's nerd, Michele Greene is having more fun as a natural blond
Paul D'Alessandro's hopes of being a father were shattered by an industrial accident—and repaired by modern medicine
Through with riding pigs in the nude, Sally Kirkland hogs an Oscar nomination for Anna
Hairspray's Ricki Lake lives out the teen wallflower's fantasy: She's the chunky kid who gets the last laugh
David Hockney, Yoko Ono, Dr. Ruth and a hundred other maskmakers sell their stuff at a charity auction
Morgan Freeman may win an Oscar for playing a pimp, but on Broadway he's a preacher without peer
Celebrating the 10th anniversary of Dallas, Larry Hagman recalls a decade of death, divorce and dueling egos—and that's just what happened offscreen
In a hair-raising Pittsburgh case, a cat named Smokey itches to clear his name of a sniff-and-scratch attack
Mary Quant, mother of the miniskirt, brings her swinging London look back into fashion
In a part of Manhattan where hardly anybody wants to go, Vincent and Anne Rao cook food that nearly everybody longs to taste
Erstwhile classical violinist Katherine Thomas, who is reborn as heavy metal's Great Kat
With his wondrous Seattle Feet, legless basketball star Bill Demby still has some spring in his step
ON THE JOB 123
He'll never win one, but trophy maker Owen Siegel calls every Oscar his own
Hats on for Eric Javits, New York's thoroughly modern milliner
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