June 01, 1992 12:00 PM

STAR TRACKS 6

Teri Garr flexes. Geraldo Rivera bares his chest. Candice Bergen finally graduates, and more

UP FRONT 42

In her last years screen goddess Marlene Dietrich spared no one from her outrageously acerbic observations—not Madonna, not Marlon Brando, not her fans, not even herself

POLS 57

Her shrewd instincts and sharp wit have helped Mary Matalin rise to the top of the Bush campaign team

SONG 63

Georgia-born Travis Tritt wakes up Nashville with a potent mix of country crooning and Dixie rock

STAGE 69

Lovable, huggable Faith Prince hoofs her way toward a possible Tony in Broadway’s superb revival of Cars and Dolls

WINNERS 72

The C on his college term paper led Gregory Watson to mount a 10-year campaign, now successful, to get the old, old 27th Amendment passed

PAGES 77

Passages author Gail Sheehy demystifies the unmentionable life change: menopause

COVER 80

When The Brady Bunch debuted in 1969, no one would have predicted that this saccharine sitcom would become a ’90s cult favorite, that the world would still call them Greg, Peter, Bobby, Marcia, Jan, Cindy, Carol and Alice—or that they would lose their TV dad, Robert Heed, to something called AIDS

CONTROVERSY 91

A year ago Larry Trapp was a neo-Nazi and a Grand Dragon of the Ku Klux Klan; today, thanks to Jewish cantor Michael Weisser, he’s studying for conversion to Judaism

SEQUEL 97

HBO’s Afterburn, starring Laura Dern, recounts Air Force widow Janet Harduvel’s fight to restore the good name of her pilot husband, Ted

KIN 101

Bonnie and John Raitt mix show tunes and blues in their first-ever concert together

TRIBUTE 103

With his trademark bubbles and “uh-one and uh-two,” bandleader Lawrence Welk poured “champagne music” into American homes

WHERE ARE THEY NOW? 106

Twenty-five years after the Minnow’s fateful trip, Gilligan’s Dawn Wells embarks on a new career designing clothes for the disabled

SOLDIERS 109

Jennifer Locke and Duery Felton are preparing an exhibit of Vietnam Veterans Memorial tributes

MYSTERY 114

After a devastating explosion destroys a Napa Valley mansion, the man who lost the house, Joaquin de Monet, may also be a suspect

MAIL 4

PICKS & PANS 13

THE INSIDER 41

STYLE WATCH 55

PUZZLER 95

PASSAGES 104

ROYALWATCH 113

CHATTER 116

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