Table of Contents

updated 05/17/1993 AT 01:00 AM EDT

originally published 05/17/1993 AT 01:00 AM EDT

STAR TRACKS 6
Tipper Gore goes back to bottle duty. Diandra Douglas takes husband Michael to her new movie. Justine Bateman dyes for a new part, and more

UP FRONT

36 Searching for a mid-life change, her roots and a way to help the battered populace, Cher (joined by best friend Rob Camilletti) goes on a mission of mercy to Armenia

42 Could this be the start of a great comeback? After a very quiet year in retirement, reclusive Johnny Carson returns to NBC for this week's televised 90th-birthday bash for buddy Bob Hope

44 Now that the Pentagon has lilted the ban on women flying combat missions, Navy Lt. Jeannie Flynn is in position to become the first woman to lake an F-15E into the wild blue yonder

SCREEN 51
The Oscar for Howards End was merely the beginning for Km ma Thompson, dazzling again as a sharp-tongued Shakespearean heroine in husband Kenneth Branagh's film of Much Ado About Nothing

ON THE MOVE 55
As his show. The Wonder Years, sails into the sunset, fired Savage is already nostalgic for his happy—and highly televised—childhood

COVER 62
Every year thousands of Americans—including Kathleen Krueger. wife of a U.S. senator, and soap star Andrea Evans—are terrorized by stalkers. Some cases end in violent death

PAGES 75
After meeting her guardian angel face to face, Sophy Brurnham became a maven of matters cherubic—and a divinely successful author

BIO 81
Michael Jordan's endorsement empire brings his image into every home, but when he isn't at work trying to bring the Chicago Bulls a third straight title, the superstar copes with fame by leading a life of near seclusion

HAPPY 89
Blacklisted and jailed during the McCarthy era for his political beliefs, screenwriter Dalton for Roman posthumously gets his Oscar for Roman Holiday—40 years late

ARTS 95
At the peak of his profession, photojournalist Sebastião Salgado calls his own shots, dramatizing the backbreaking labor of the world's working poor and donating money from the sale of his pictures to ease their suffering

PARTY 100
Even without placing winning bets, George Bush, John Goodman and Cybill Shepherd cashed in on a good time at the 119th annual Kentucky Derby

MAIL 4
PICKS & PANS 13
THE INSIDER 35
STYLE WATCH 58
PASSAGES 61
PUZZLER 92
CHATTER 102

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