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ON THE COVER 62

While Ivana weeps into her birthday cake and husband Donald gets madder and madder, shapely Maria Maples, the starlet in the middle of the split de Thrump, waits discreetly for the tumult to ebb—and her hometown remembers her as “always friendly”

UP FRONT 36-46

Blue bloods in blue jeans, Princess Diana and her sons, William and Harry, pose for an album of casual photos on a visit to their country estate

Rap’s Public Enemy keeps getting sabotaged by its enemy within: Minister of (Dis) Information Professor Griff

Charging her ex-husband with molesting their daughter, Vicki Korolko took the little girl and spent 19 months on the run—until the law caught up with her in a Texas motel

Facing death from leukemia, California teenager Anissa Ayala hopes her unborn sister, Marissa, can save her

COUPLES 51

After years in the closet, Armistead Maupin emerged to find success as a novelist and happiness with Terry Anderson, his HIV-positive lover

MOVE 59

For-truckers-only author John L. LeMay found out what drivers like to read, and he wrote it

SCENE 70

Veteran reporter Roy Rowan goes undercover on some of New York City’s meanest streets to document what it’s like to be homeless

ON THE JOB 82

At Maria Matarazzo’s George Michael hair salon, long, loving locks get long, loving looks

HAPPY 87

Andrew Cuomo and Kerry Kennedy want to make one thing perfectly clear: They’re planning a wedding, not plotting a coup

EARTH 90

Pop author John Javna knows 50 Simple Things You Can Do to Save the Earth

TRIBUTE 94

Pop artist Keith Haring, who moved from subway halls to gallery walls with his barking graffiti dogs and radiant babies, dies at 31

ON LOCATION 97

Filming a raw-and-raunchy jazz love story, Spike Lee does the night thing downtown in Manhattan

MAIL 4

PICKS & PANS 9

INSIDER 35

PASSAGES 61

STAR TRACKS 88

CHATTER 100