In This Issue

updated 10/15/1990 AT 01:00 AM EDT

originally published 10/15/1990 AT 01:00 AM EDT

ON THE COVER 86
Evoking dark memories of Princess Grace's death, Stefano Casiraghi, the young husband of Princess Caroline, loses his life in a speedboat accident, as tragedy once more haunts Monaco's Grimaldi family

UP FRONT 34-48

Fed up and ready to fight back, celebs including Liz, Cher and Roseanne have nothing good to say—and much bad—about the National Enquirer's reporting

In North Carolina, Harvey Gantt, the first black Democrat ever nominated for a U.S. Senate race, is running neck and neck with the incumbent icon of the Old South. Jesse Helms

When naked players made her life hell in the locker room, sportswriter Lisa Olson shook the macho universe of NFL football

Like his comrades-in-arms in the 82nd Airborne Division, Jerry Costello—the son of U.S. Rep. Jerry Costello of Illinois—waits and sweats in the Saudi Arabian desert

IN HIS WORDS 52
Priest-turned-novelist James Carroll says his church will have to change to quell growing unrest among American Catholics

PAST 60-67

After years of quiet scholarship, novelist and historian Shelby Foote feels the glow of the limelight after his work on Ken Burns's Civil War TV epic

Nearly 130 years after his death, a love letter from Maj. Sullivan Ballou, broadcast during the Civil War series, makes viewers weep

ART 68
Skin-of-their-teeth survivors of their country's notorious killing fields, the Classical Dance Company of Cambodia takes wing on an American tour

EARTH 71
Pilot Michael Stewartt takes to the skies to show politicians and the press how man has used and abused his environment

PAGES 79
When Melanie Thernstrom wrote her college thesis about the murder of her best friend, she never dreamed it would be published—much less earn her $367,000 and the girl's parents' bitter resentment

TUBE 95
Beating booze, cocaine and food, Gil Gerard, TV's erstwhile Buck Rogers, returns in an earthy new series

BIO 103
His career spans five decades and every genre of popular music; now, at 57, Quincy Jones can call himself a Hollywood mogul

HAPPY 113
When 10-year-old Chris Muncy asked Rand McNally to put his grandparents' hometown on the map, the atlas did not shrug

SCENE 114
Friends, family and thousands of fans gather for an Indiana weekend of kitsch and nostalgia on the 35th anniversary of James Dean's death

MAIL 6
PICKS & PANS 9
STYLE WATCH 31
THE INSIDER 33
PASSAGES 93
CHATTER 116

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