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updated 09/02/1996 AT 01:00 AM EDT

originally published 09/02/1996 AT 01:00 AM EDT

INSIDE PEOPLE 1
MAIL 4
PICKS & PANS 15
THE INSIDER 37
PASSAGES 66
PUZZLER 100
CHATTER 110

STAR TRACKS 6
Dennis Rodman drags himself to midtown Manhattan. Noah Wyle, Nicholas Turturro and Dean Cain visit a field of dreams. The Clintons party all night, and more

UP FRONT 38
This season the big news is on the small screen, where the likes of Molly Ringwald, Michael J. Fox, Helen Hunt, Cher and a funny fellow named Don Francisco are a handful of the folks you'll want to watch—and know

FAMILY 71
A pioneering DNA test lets Sally Kennedy lay to rest her youngest son, Jack, lost in the Vietnam war a quarter-century ago

HERO 72
West African gorilla Binti-Jua turns a potential tragedy into a triumph for maternal instinct as she rescues an injured child

SONG 75
At 14, singer LeAnn Rimes may not have a boyfriend, but she knows enough about feeling Blue to rule the country charts

ARTS 78
Designed for a duke but never built, Leonardo da Vinci's statue of a majestic horse is finally—500 years behind schedule—bigger than life

SEQUEL 80
Still reeling from Margaux Hemingway's recent death, her friends and loved ones try to come to terms with the coroner's verdict: suicide

CONTROVERSY 82
Half-naked latrine trips are now prohibited at the Citadel, the formerly all-male military school that has grudgingly gone coed

ANNIVERSARY 84
Forty years ago, Dr. Robert Adler invented the TV remote and created America's most sedentary sport: channel-surfing

POLS 87
Stock-car racer Richard Petty puts the pedal to the metal—in his drive for public office

RESCUE 91
Autistic 10-year-old Taylor Touchstone survives four days in an alligator-infested Florida swamp

REUNION 94
Torn apart 34 years ago by rape and race, Gerry Cummins and her daughter Barbara Williams finally find each other

KIN 103
Chicago Mayor Richard Daley engages the ghosts of 1968, the year his feisty father hosted the city's last Democratic National Convention

ON THE MOVE 108
Helga Tacreiter's cow-shaped pillows add a restful dairy air to a room

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