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updated 11/11/1991 AT 01:00 AM EST

originally published 11/11/1991 AT 01:00 AM EST

STAR TRACKS 6
Laura Dern and Diane Ladd reach out and touch Princess Diana. Drew Barrymore gels cheeky with her mom. Bonnie Raitt, Michael O'Keefe and Keith Richards go to a party, and more

UP FRONT

46 Legendary rock impresario Bill Graham, who closed shows with the words "Good night, drive safely," dies in a fiery postconcert crash

50 A town mourns as Andy the Footless Goose is murdered near his Nebraska home

52 Gene Roddenberry dies at 70, but his creation Star Trek, which has prospered for 25 years, is an enduring testimony to his cosmic vision and gentle spirit

SEQUEL 61
Railing against corruption in Washington, Billy Jack star Tom Laughlin launches a quixotic campaign for the White House

CRIME 67
It seemed everybody liked Steve Farley, until the New Mexico high school student was kidnapped and brutally murdered

WINNERS 75
Passed over for promotion one time too many, Janella Martin sued Texaco for sex discrimination and won $17.7 million

CONTROVERSY 85
In Michigan, Jack Kevorkian, aka "Dr. Death," helps two gravely ill women—Marjorie Wantz and Sherry Miller—take their own lives

HAPPY 89
Whither Waldo? Only Martin Handford, the reclusive genius behind Where's Waldo? knows for sure

EARTH 95
There's a Ford in his furniture: L.A. designer John Picard builds his dream house from crumpled cars

TUBE 99
Taking life Step by Step, Suzanne Somers is back with a hit TV series that parallels her real-life tribulations as a stepmother

COVER 108
All of America was watching when Anita Hill charged Clarence Thomas with sexual harassment. Now, in a PEOPLE exclusive, Virgina Lamp Thomas talks about the private ordeal of helping her husband through those hellish days

GALLERY 119
A new book celebrates fabulous faces from the pages of LIFE

TO THE TOP 127
With humor of a distinctly white hue, James Carrey has made some great impressions on Fox's In Living Color

SCREEN 133
After 10 years without a job, Herbie, the Love Bug's Dean Jones, 60, thought his career might be finished. Now he's got a new vehicle: Other People's Money

PAGES 138
Forget what you've heard about career-woman burnout and those terrible marriage odds—journalist Susan Faludi's new book says they're just myths of an antifeminist Backlash

BOB 142
When the citizens of Avon, Colo., held a contest to name their new bridge, they weren't prepared for what would Bob to the surface

ON THE MOVE 148
John LeGuizamo goes for the jugular in his one-man show Mambo Mouth, an HBO review of Hispanic characters that has audiences laughing—and critics fretting

MAIL 4
PICKS & PANS 13
THE INSIDER 45
PASSAGES 145
ROYAL WATCH 147
CHATTER 150

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