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updated 03/09/1998 at 01:00 AM EST

originally published 03/09/1998 01:00AM

MAIL 4
PICKS & PANS 15
THE INSIDER 41
PASSAGES 77
ROYAL WATCH 98
PUZZLER 100
CHATTER 110

STAR TRACKS 6
ER's Eriq La Salle prescribes Dr. Seuss. Kevin Kline finds something fishy at Harvard. Naomi Campbell becomes a Cape Town lady, and more

UP FRONT 42
After pulling off one of the biggest upsets of the Olympics, tiny Tara Lipinski brings home the gold

48 On the heels of Tracy Lawrence's breakup with wife Stacie, country fans reel at news that it may be over, too, for Alan and Denise Jackson

50 The treasures of the Duke and Duchess of Windsor bring in millions at Sotheby's

MYSTERY 57
Their baby daughter missing since before Thanksgiving, Steve and Marlene Aisenberg bear the brunt of public suspicion

SONG 63
The music of Leila Josefowicz inspired novelist Anne Rice to write Violin, for Goth's sake, so now the violinist has returned the favor

INTRODUCING 67
Comedian Dave Chappelle started doing jokes in clubs in junior high; these days he's starring in his own movies

CONTROVERSY 69
The Nazis killed Fritz Grunbaum, but his art collection endured. Now his family, led by Rita Reif, fights to get back a painting he loved

TRIBUTE 72
For more than 50 summers, broadcaster Harry Caray took Americans out to the ball game

TRENDS 75
Arnold Palmer, Bonnie Blair and other hardworking athletes find magnets can ease their aches, thanks to golfer-turned-businesswoman Lisanne DiNapoli

COVER 78
In veteran TV actor James Brolin, Barbra Streisand has finally found someone secure enough to love the woman behind the star

ON THE MOVE 87
A master of the game of high-stakes diplomacy, U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan returns from Iraq with hopes for peace

SEQUEL 91
With the same abrasive style he employed to rule New York City, former mayor Ed Koch now makes rulings on The People's Court

PAGES 95
Psychic James Van Praagh talks to the spirits and comes back to earth with a bestseller about eternal love and a heavenly afterlife

ANGELS 103
With help from celebs (Oprah), corporations (Avon) and designers (Eileen Fisher), Nancy Lublin suits up poor women so they can shine in job interviews

FAMILY 107
In memory of ski accident victim Wendy Moore, her surviving sisters start a company to manufacture cool-looking helmets that may save lives

MEDICS 108
"Hands are as varied as people," says Dallas surgeon Adrian Flatt, who has amassed a unique collection of bronze casts of celebrity hands

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