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updated 04/02/1990 AT 01:00 AM EDT

originally published 04/02/1990 AT 01:00 AM EDT

ON THE COVER 72
Now you see them, now you don't. Here's how Warren Beatty and Madonna, Kim and Prince, JFK Jr. and Daryl Hannah, Richard Gere and Cindy Crawford, and other skittish pairs keep their romances—or whatever they've got—under wraps

UP FRONT 38-48

After a humbling first year as Vice President, Dan Quayle is letting the laughter subside and plotting an ambitious political future

Whitney Houston, Jermaine Jackson and Barry Manilow turned Radio City Music Hall platinum to help the fight against AIDS

After shooting down a murderer in a Texas shopping mall, quiet man Todd Broom is being hailed as some kind of hero

If you can believe Fleet Street, Rolling Stone Bill Wyman's May-December marriage is looking wintry

TRIBUTE 51
The suicide of psychologist Bruno Bettelheim, who survived the holocaust and gave hope to hopeless children, leaves admirers searching for an explanation

ON THE MOVE 54
Once a White House contender, George McGovern deals with politics of a different kind as a Connecticut innkeeper

MAIN STREET 64
On the combined memories of more than 300 10-year-olds rests the future of Knute Berger's time capsule

CONTROVERSY 67
When California began spraying malathion to control the medfly, Mariel Hemingway and John Candy joined the angry protest

SEQUEL 84
Freed of the addictions that wrecked his career, onetime Crosby, Stills & Nash drummer Dallas Taylor hopes for a lifesaving liver transplant

HOST 89
At Hollywood's Campanile, Mark Peel and Nancy Silverton offer California cuisine in a minimalist setting

STARE 93
She has been played by Liz Taylor and now Kathleen Turner: Meet Maria St. Just, the inspiration for Maggie in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

EARTH 96
Twenty years after he staged the first Earth Day, Denis Hayes decided the time was ripe for an encore

TROUBLE 102
Children of the Rio slums invent a deadly new sport

CENSUS DAY 106
The Census Bureau is ready to take our national snapshot again, and Stacie Wiegand of Bloomington, Ind., knows she's almost perfectly average

MAIL 4
PICKS & PANS 9
THE INSIDER 37
PASSAGES 80
CHATTER 108

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