Table of Contents

UPDATED 02/05/1996 at 01:00 AM EST Originally published 02/05/1996 at 01:00 AM EST

MAIL 4
PICKS & PANS 11
THE INSIDER 45
PASSAGES 88
STYLE WATCH 108
PUZZLER 120
CHATTER 128

STAR TRACKS 6
Naomi Campbell necks with a new friend. Ted Danson nuzzles Mary Steenburgen. Drew Barrymore goes brunette, and more

UP FRONT

46 Queen Elizabeth refused to bail her out, but a band of investors is helping the profligate Duchess of York take care of her "boring" $2.3 million debt

52 After 20 months in the world's weirdest marriage, Lisa Marie Presley and Michael Jackson find divorce is all they have in common

HAPPY 62
With her mother, Naomi, sister Ashley and son Elijah looking on, country diva Wynonna (née Judd) weds her boy's daddy, Arch Kelley III

SCREEN 65
Susan Sarandon plays her in the acclaimed new film Dead Man Walking, but Sister Helen Prejean isn't about to go Hollywood

TROUBLE 71
For decades he lived dangerously, even by Hollywood standards. But death finally caught up with producer Don Simpson, one of the movie industry's top guns

IN COURT 75
After seven years—and more than $50 million in book sales—former small-town lawyer John Grisham is back in front of a jury, fighting for the little guy

FAREWELL 76
Part hustler, part braggart, Minnesota Fats was the premier pool-hall celebrity

SCENE 78
Tom Arnold aside, the 53rd annual Golden Globe Awards were a model of good taste as the stars—including Jodie Foster, George Clooney and Sandra Bullock—went back to basics

STAGE 93
Back onstage after a 10-year absence, actress Uta Hagen lives up to her legendary status in the Off-Broadway smash Mrs. Klein

ON THE MOVE 111
Fourteen years after the unsolved murder of his son, John Walsh uses his platform as host of TV's America's Most Wanted to seek justice

UPDATE 115
AIDS crusader Mary Fisher's new memoir reveals a family history of privilege and pain—and renews the call for compassion she issued at the 1992 Republican Convention

ANGELS 122
After his Lawrence, Mass., textile mill burned down, Aaron Feuerstein stood by his workers—and kept the paychecks coming while he began to rebuild

WINNERS 126
Battling back from the loss of loved ones and the apparent death of his career, figure skater Rudy Galindo wins the Nationals in San Jose, Calif.

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