Table of Contents

updated 07/17/1995 at 01:00 AM EDT

originally published 07/17/1995 01:00AM

MAIL 4
INSIDE PEOPLE 6
STAR TRACKS 8
PICKS & PANS 13
THE INSIDER 33
PASSAGES 67
PUZZLER 84
STYLE WATCH 86
CHATTER 110

WHERE ARE THEY NOW? 34

34 I Dream of Jeannie Barbara Eden

36 My Three Sons Don Grady, Barry and Stanley Livingston

38 Charo

39 Tony Orlando

40 Moonlighting Allyce Beasley

41 One Day at a Time Pat Harrington

42 The Addams Family Lisa Loring

43 Eight Is Enough Willie Aames

44 Mister Ed Alan Young

45 Gilligan's Island Bob Denver, Dawn Wells, Russell Johnson

46 Lost in Space Jonathan Harris, June Lockhart, Bill Mumy, Bob May

48 Adam 12 Martin Milner Lou Grant Daryl Anderson

51 Wonder Woman Lynda Carter

52 TV Doctors Eight icons from the '60s to the '90s diagnose their prime-time appeal

TRAGEDY 63
The mysterious death of 17-year-old supermodel-to-be Krissy Taylor, whose body was found by her sister Niki, leaves her family and fashion pals bereft—and doctors unable to answer the question: Why?

ANNIVERSARY 68
Fifty years after the first atomic bomb test, Nobel laureates Hans Bethe and Val Fitch join Edward Teller and others in recalling that moment on a mesa in Los Alamos, N.Mex., that changed history—and their lives—forever

WEDDING 77
After four years and two children, Princess Stephanie of Monaco and her ex-body guard Daniel Ducruet finally tie the knot in a decidedly unroyal—and very private—ceremony at the principality's town hall

ANGELS 81
After losing two sons to street shootings, Los Angeles's Lorna Hawkins started a cable-TV talk show to help families torn by violence voice their grief

R.I.P 89
Artist Lisette de Roche thinks a body's coffin should be a last testament to good taste

UPDATE 91
Actor Hugh Grant faced the fury of his girlfriend, model Elizabeth Hurley—and proved to be something less than the Prince of Patch-ups

TRIBUTES 94
For sheer drama, Lana Turner's film career was but a pale imitation of her turbulent life—which included seven marriages, an attempted suicide and the slaying of her gangster boyfriend...The worlds of entertainment and sports lose five memorable stars: actress Eva Gabor, singer Phyllis Hyman, The Lucy Show's Gale Gordon, tennis great Pancho Gonzalez and rock-jock Wolfman Jack

JOCKS 103
The first Japanese import to make it to the big leagues in 30 years, Dodger pitcher Hideo Nomo is learning English while teaching opposing batters to fear his mind-boggling tornado windup

WINNERS 106
Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver, Elle Macpherson, Kathie Lee and Frank Gifford, a Kennedy crew and 7,000 athletes turn out to celebrate the opening of 1995's Special Olympics World Games

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