In This Issue

updated 02/13/1989 AT 01:00 AM EST

originally published 02/13/1989 AT 01:00 AM EST

ON THE COVER 82
Ten years of domestic violence led to the killing of the child she raised, Lisa, 6, and the conviction of her lover, Joel Steinberg, for the crime. Now, pouring out her feelings to her college friend, Hedda Nussbaum describes the nightmare she survived

UP FRONT 46-56

After believing for 64 years that his mother had died in a fire, Paul Daniluk finds her alive and is relieved of a lifelong emptiness

Michael Jackson wraps up his record-smashing Bad World Tour with a final Los Angeles bow—and a vow never to tour again

The Annual Golden Globe Awards make winners of Dustin Hoffman, Sigourney Weaver, Jodie Foster and Melanie Griffith (who shares her joy with dandy Don Johnson)

SEQUEL 61
Paralyzed in an auto accident, former college basketball star Landon Turner returns to the game he loved—in a wheelchair

BIO 67
Surveying a political landscape transformed by the movement he helped start, conservative Barry Goldwater has a conscience as clear as the desert sky

TUBE 77
Former teen dream Diane Lane, recently married to Christopher Lambert, gets back in the acting saddle for CBS' Lonesome Dove

TOP 81
Savion Glover, 15, the masters say, may hold the future of tap in his feet

ARTS 99
Waterlogged wood and mineral-rich varnish were the secrets of the famed Stradivarius violin, says Texas biochemist Joseph Nagyvary, who claims his own creations just might be better

PAGES 107
In Kristin McCloy's racy first novel, Velocity, a mourning daughter finds solace in the arms of a biker

COUPLES 113
Twins' Kelly Preston and Roseanne's George Clooney are living high on the hog with her hit movie, his hit series and a pet pig named Max

PARTY 118
Le tout Hollywood—including Jane Fonda, Robin Williams and Morgan Fairchild—make the scene at a Paris-style AIDS benefit

CONTROVERSY 120
Turning guns into political plowshares, L.A. City Councilman Nate Holden offers cash for AK-47s

COLLECTOR 123
Retired photographer Leopold Fechtner snaps up punch lines for his joke collection

STAGE 125
The success of Eastern Standard, Richard Greenberg's comedy about yuppie guilt, has given the young playwright new things to feel bad about

ON THE JOB 130
They were Motown sports heroes before fate laid them low; now Denny McLain and Leon Spinks are trying to bounce back

MAIL 8
PICKS & PANS 13
TAKE ONE 45
STAR TRACKS 64
CHATTER 132

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