In This Issue

updated 10/22/1990 AT 01:00 AM EDT

originally published 10/22/1990 AT 01:00 AM EDT

ON THE COVER 70
Twenty-two-year-old Kimberly Bergalis led a quiet life that should have protected her, yet earlier this year she was diagnosed with AIDS. Her only exposure to the deadly virus, she says, was through the dentist who pulled two of her teeth and who died of the disease. Doctors are perplexed and divided over the case, and Kimberly is fighting back, determined that what happened to her should never happen to anyone else

UP FRONT 32-42

A year after the earthquake that rocked the San Francisco Bay Area, residents are rebuilding their lives and their shaken self-confidence

Clint Black, Tanya Tucker and Tennessee Ernie Ford turn out for Nashville's favorite show, the Country Music Association Awards

As Monaco and Princess Caroline grieve, Stefano Casiraghi is laid to rest

ROYALS 46
Princess Diana played host, but the price wasn't right for the haute Washingtonians who shunned her gilded charity bash

COUPLES 51
After seven years of unwedded bliss, actress Stella Stevens and rock guitarist Bob Kulick prove that opposites really do attract

CONTROVERSY 59
As co-director of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, Ingrid Newkirk wages war on furriers, cosmetic companies and experimental labs

SCREEN 65
Spurred by the spirit of Sam Goldwyn, grandson Tony makes a name for himself as a sleazeball in Ghost

SEQUEL 85
Graham Kerr, TV's Galloping Gourmet, saddles up again to ride the four-burner range—and cook with a conscience

TRENDS 89
Convinced that planet Earth should be handled with care, Steve Sommer cooks up an alternative to Styrofoam: popcorn

PAGES 93
According to James Conaway, author of Napa, the real story of California's wine-making paradise has enough drama to make Falcon Crest blush

ON THE MOVE 99
Michael Jackson kissed him off, so ex-manager Frank Dileo landed a part in Good-Fellas with a little help from his friends

HOST 103
There's nothing fancy about Chip Conley's Phoenix Inn in San Francisco, and his celebrity guests hope that it stays that way

OOPS! 107
When ABC's 20/20 did an interview with a grocery clerk claiming to be Buckwheat from Our Gang, they got an embarrassing earful from George "Spanky" McFarland

PARTY 108
Warren Beatty, Goldie Hawn and Johnny Depp pack the Hollywood premiere of Barry Levinson's semi-autobiographical Avalon

MAIL 4
PICKS & PANS 11
THE INSIDER 31
STAR TRACKS 80
CHATTER 110

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