Table of Contents

updated 01/18/1993 AT 01:00 AM EST

originally published 01/18/1993 AT 01:00 AM EST

STAR TRACKS 6
Michael J. Fox gets pucky. John McEnroe rings in the new with Keith Richards. Michael Milken has a shining moment, and more

UP FRONT

34 Pursued as a terrorist by law enforcement officials, Valerie, the founder of the U.S. Animal Liberation Front, emerges from her life underground to explain why she commits violence on behalf of animals

40 What boycott? Ignoring Barbra Streisand's call to avoid Aspen, Jack Nicholson, Ringo Starr, Goldie Hawn, Cher and Donald Trump (plus squeezes) hit the slopes

42 After a cheerless Christmas, the Princess of Wales enjoys a restorative—and revealing—retreat in the sun

44 After 12 years in prison for the shooting of Scarsdale Diet creator Dr. Herman Tarnower, Jean Harris wins a long-awaited bid for freedom

POLS 49
A master of political finesse and back-room maneuvers, Hon Brown helped the Democrats win in November and is sure to become a major player in the Clinton Administration

ON THE MOVE 57
Undeterred by a half-dozen divorces, Summer of '42 star Jennifer O'Neill sets sail on the sea of matrimony for a seventh time at age 44

ANIMALS 61
Washington, D.C., loses one of its favorite faces as Ling-Ling the panda dies

PAGES 62
Maya Angelou will be the first poet to write verse for a presidential Inauguration since Robert Frost delivered "The Gift Outright" to JFK

COVER 66
Even before David and Sharon Schoo left their young girls unattended for more than a week, the family often struck neighbors as a little odd

JOCKS 75
In a fit of alcoholic rage, John Daly trashes his house, then enters rehab to try to avoid trashing his future as golf's most charismatic star

TUBE 85
Paralyzed in a motorcycle crash, Larry McAfee. subject of a TV movie this week, won the right to die, then fought to live more fully

BIO 88
He's been called the world's greatest living director. Now, Federico Fellini, who turns 73 next week, faces his toughest title yet: old man

TRIBUTE 95
Like the uptilted bell on his trumpet, ebullient jazz great Dizzy Gillespie was always a standout

CRIME 96
What began as a soap-opera affair ended in a brutal, real-life slaying in Rio, as actor Guilherme de Pádua killed costar Daniela Perez

MAIL 4
PICKS & PANS 9
THEINSIDER 33
PASSAGES 65
STYLE WATCH 81
QUIZ 83
CHATTER 100

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