PICKS & PANS 13
THE INSIDER 35
STAR TRACKS 6
Michael Douglas dines with the American President. Joan Osborne swings in London. Kevin Costner tees off, and more
36 From the goofy grace of Singin' in the Rain to the surrealism of An American in Paris, Gene Kelly danced the spirit of the common man
42 No one ever looked better in a housedress than The Honeymooners' Audrey Meadows, once and forever Alice in Kramden-land
Donna Rice Hughes, who sat on ex-Sen. Gary Hart's laptop and crashed his presidential candidacy, wants to purge the Internet of porn
IN COURT 54
Joan Collins's famous Dynasty catfights have nothing on the actress turned author's $4 million wrangle with publisher Random House
For thriller writers Jonathan and Faye Keller-man there's no mystery to the perfect life: just keep producing bestsellers
Thursday night becomes Jessica Hecht-ic as the actress often shows up on both Friends and The Single Guy, two of NBC's biggest hits
The clan motto used to be: There is no quit in a Quarry. But these days former heavyweight contender Jerry Quarry and two of his brothers are suffering the consequences—brain damage
Thirty-five years after a disaster at sea, the survivors of the Albatross tell the real story behind the new Jeff Bridges movie White Squall
Five years ago a lip-synching scandal torpedoed his musical career, and now Milli Vanilli's Rob Pilatus is arrested following a Hollywood run-in
A New York City art expert says she has discovered a statue by Michelangelo—right around the corner from her office
IN HIS WORDS 83
Living well is one thing, says terminal-care specialist Dr. William Knaus, but it's time to start thinking about dying well too
WHERE ARE THEY NOW? 90
Mild-mannered Dave Prowse wore the mantle—and the helmet—of interstellar evil as Star Wars' Darth Vader
Hype or honeymoon? Prince says he'll marry his backup dancer Mayte, but some fans—and family—are skeptical
Convicted murderer Guinevere Garcia waged a determined battle to be executed—and lost
ON THE MOVE 101
As Inspector Morse—an operaphile who hates the sight of blood—John Thaw is warming the hearts of TV mystery fans in Britain and the U.S.
It has been nearly two months since the Philadelphia Zoo fire killed 23 primates, but for gorilla keeper Julie Unger the grieving goes on
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