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updated 03/21/1994 AT 01:00 AM EST

originally published 03/21/1994 AT 01:00 AM EST

STAR TRACKS 6
Ted Danson steps out with Mary Steenburgen. Lyle Lovett meets Julia—again. Aerosmith offspring Liv Tyler marks Father's Day early, and more

THEN AND NOW 8
Settled into a new family, Cristina Ferrare looks back on the bad old days with John DeLorean

UP FRONT

40 For years, no one listened as Holocaust survivor Leopold Page told visitors to his luggage shop that Oskar Schindler's heroics would make a great book or movie

46 During the singing of his signature "My Way" at a concert in Richmond, Va., a newly Grammyed Frank Sinatra suddenly fainted

48 CIA bureaucrat Aldrich Ames and his Colombian-born wife arc accused of selling secrets to Russia to fund a life of luxury

SONG 55
After mixing alcohol and prescription drugs, Nirvana's Kurt Cobain narrowly escapes becoming a rock tragedy

GOING HOME 61
Olympian Dan Jansen returns to Wisconsin, carrying the prize that had eluded him for 10 years

WITNESS 66
Her childhood diary of war has become a bestseller, and now young Zlata Filipovié is being called the Anne Frank of Bosnia

SACRE BLEU! 73
White House chef Pierre Chambrin is a victim of Hillary's crusade to trim government fat

SPLIT 74
Sharon Stone calls it quits with her fiancé, producer Bill MacDonald, just as she takes a shine to a crew member on the set of her last film

CONTROVERSY 76
The Kennedys are coming! And Britain is in a tizzy as Ethel, Joe and his sisters storm Northern Ireland to help defend their kin, alleged IRA terrorist Paul Hill

PARTY 80
Jack Nicholson. Candice Bergen, Diane Sawyer and other celebs gel goofy in L.A. to celebrate the American Comedy Awards

PAGES 83
In his candid new memoir, Leaving Home, celebrated humorist Art Buchwald writes of a dark childhood filled with poverty and pain

FAREWELL 86
Actress and politician Melina Mercouri personified the drama and passion of modern Greece

COVER 92
At 330 pounds—and with a family history of heart disease—John Candy knew his habits could cost him his life. And still he couldn't stop

TROUBLE 105
Onetime L.A. Crips hood kody Scott describes—or is it glorifies?—gang life in Monster

SEQUEL 109
Paul Mahar, who went to Vietnam in his friend's place, is finally getting the medals he earned

DEBATE 115
Margaret Gilleo's right to protest the Gulf War with a sign in the window of her Ladue, Mo., home went all the way to the Supreme Court

EARTH 121
Alaska wildlife biologist Gordon Haber charges that a new program of killing wolves to enhance caribou hunting is anything but fair game

TRIBUTE 125
She was "Miss Sunshine" to her friends, but to her fans, singer Dinah Shore was nothing less than America's TV sweetheart

MAIL 4
PICKS & PANS 13
THE INSIDER 39
ROYAL WATCH 91
PASSAGES 101
PUZZLER 118
CHATTER 128

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