In This Issue

updated 04/30/1990 AT 01:00 AM EDT

originally published 04/30/1990 AT 01:00 AM EDT

ON THE COVER 91
When Greta Garbo died at age 84, she left behind the mystique of a legendary beauty who abandoned the screen for a strange seclusion. Here is a fascinating portrait of her reclusive years drawn from the forthcoming book Walking with Garbo, by Raymond Daum and Vance Muse

UP FRONT 50-60

Trade in the limo. Empty the liquor cabinet. Give away the Armani. Young trendsetters like Johnny Depp, Winona Ryder, Ricki Lake and Keanu Reeves live down Hollywood's tarnished image by lying low and acting almost like normal people

On a quiet little street on Long Island, N.Y., where Robert Golub murdered Kelly Ann Tinyes, the families of the killer and the victim still live just five doors apart

MEDICS 65
New York City cancer specialist Dr. Burton Lee gave up caring for thousands of patients to treat one small clan—the First Family

TROUBLE 68
What happened to Champ shouldn't happen to a dog—and Kevin Deschene's neighbor took the photographs to prove it

WINNERS 85
Mud-spattered but unbowed, Ann Richards emerges victorious from one of the most vicious Texas political campaigns ever

BIO 103
His early victory against river dams in the Southwest taught veteran environmental activist David Brower to accept no compromise in defense of the planet

MOVE 109
Private Eye editor Ian Hislop pokes fun at Fergie and other British favorites in his satirical magazine

TO THE TOP 113
Enlisted for a major role in TV's Major Dad, Shanna Reed finds that art imitates her life

SEQUEL 117
Those whose lives were touched by the bloody confrontation at Ohio's Kent State still carry bitter memories 20 years on

PARTY 122
Kevin Bacon, Elizabeth McGovern and Polly Draper kick up their heels at a square dance to benefit New York City's Second Stage theater group

TUBE 127
For four decades, actress Piper Laurie has held out for intriguing roles—and now she has a new one, as a lustful conspirator in TV's bizarre Twin Peaks

GALLERY 131
It developed from a hobby into an obsession; now rocker Graham Nash is auctioning off his prized million-dollar photo collection

MAIL 4
PICKS & PANS 15
STYLE WATCH 47
THE INSIDER 49
PASSAGES 124
CHATTER 134

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