STAR TRACKS 4
Barbara Mandrell re-ties the knot. Stephen King twists and shouts. Meg Ryan and Dennis Qnaid spend Sunday in the park (with Jack), and more
36 Twenty years after the Watergate break-in, life goes on, mostly prosperously for John Ehrlichman, Chuck Colson, John Dean and others who played a role in the scandal that rocked a nation and toppled Richard Nixon
44 Glenn Close, Gregory Hines, Sigourney Weaver and Kirk Douglas party down at Broadway's 46th annual Tony Awards
46 In 1978, Hogan's Heroes star Bob Crane was found beaten and strangled to death. Last week police in Scottsdale, Ariz., announced the arrest of a suspect—but is he the right person?
As a nurse, Col. Greta Cammermeyer won a Bronze Star in Vietnam; dismissed two weeks ago from the National Guard for homosexuality, this mother of four aims to overturn the Pentagon's rule against gays
He may play a dweeb in Encino Man, but Patty Duke's precocious son Sean Astin, 21, is one ambitious, betrothed and bodacious bro
Former Animal Damage Control agent Dick Randall fights to expose what he sees as a government agency's war on wildlife
The teenagers implicated in the murder of Bruce Kellogg claim that their friend Laurie Kellogg, the victim's wife, wanted him dead
After long years searching for contentment (and going through such beaux as Rob Lowe), a pregnant Princess Stephanie says she's found her man
Forty years after the movie's sunny debut, Sing in' in the Rain is recalled by Gene Kelly, its tip-top tapping star
TO THE TOP 89
Artist Rob Liefeld draws on his imagination and creates Youngblood, the hottest comic book around
IN HIS WORDS 93
Cornell University psychologist Thomas Gilovich says that hot streaks in sports, and other apparent patterns in a random world, are more an illusion fostered by wishful thinking than a matter of fact
The moody sexploitation flicks of Wild Orchid II director Zalman king and his wife and collaborator, Patricia Louisiana Knop, leave critics fuming and fans panting
Archaeologists were stumped, but two rank amateurs—Nicholas Clapp and George Hedges—used history and high tech to find the storied Lost City of Ubar in the Omani desert
Flinty, independent Ross Perot has a close-knit family—and has a gracious wife, Margot, to thank for raising their five children well
Demise and Alan Fields lake on the big-bucks bridal industry with a book full of Bridal Bargains: Secrets to Throwing a Fantastic Wedding on a Realistic Budget
PICKS & PANS 9
THE INSIDER 35
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