November 28, 1994 12:00 PM

WHERE ARE THEY NOW?

71 WHERE ARE THEY NOW?

72 MACKENZIE PHILLIPS, fired from the CBS hit One Day at a Time, now struggles with sobriety

74 KATHY GARVER and JOHNNY WHITAKER find meaning after the death of their Family Affair sib

76 LINDA MANZ, a standout in Days of Heaven, proved too idiosyncratic for Hollywood’s tastes

78 GABE KAPLAN learned a lesson from Kotter: the show need not go on

80 LOUISE LASSER found the best and worst of worlds in Mary Hartman’s kitchen

80 ERIN MURPHY lost her itch to twitch—and act—after playing Tabitha on Bewitched

82 EMMANUEL LEWIS, once diminutive Webster, is a student, a producer and still a pal of Michael Jackson’s

84 ROD McKUEN minted love poems for the masses, but his balladeer’s veneer masked despair

89 CHRISTOPHER ATKINS dropped his Blue Lagoon image and resurfaced as a happy househusband

89 LEIF GARRETT finds a teen-idol rap hard to shake

91 CAROL LYNLEY, the ’60s ingenue, is ready to act her age

92 CHARLENE TILTON, once a Dallas spitfire, has made motherhood her prime-time passion

94 MR. BILL, the Saturday Night Live Doh-boy, gets the cold shoulder

96 MICHAEL and KITTY DUKAKIS traded their lives in politics for careers out of the limelight

98 SCARLETT DYER became famous-too when soon-to-be Princess Diana was snapped in a see-through skirt

105 ANDREA HOLLEN, one of West Point’s first female cadets, chose between her life’s work and her gay lifestyle

106 GREGORY K. finds happiness after “divorcing” his parents

108 ROBIN and PATRICIA GRAHAM were meant for each other, said the Rev. Sun Myung Moon 15 years ago, and he was right

110 BRIAN BOSWORTH has gone from the NFL’s Mohawked monster to doting daddy

111 LEON SPINKS, no longer a contender, is still talking comeback

112 ANDREA REYNOLDS, Claus von Bulow’s ex-confidante, suffers her own reversal of fortune

113 JOHN ZACCARO JR. was busted for cocaine; now he’s happy pushing American cuisine

116 ANISSA AYALA’S baby sister helped her survive certain death—and a storm of controversy

120 MELISSA RATHBUN-NEALY, the Gulf War’s first female POW fights a slew of medical symptoms

120 BRUCE LAINGEN’S bitterness toward the Iranians who imprisoned him for 444 days has ebbed

123 BILL BUCKNER, the former Red Sox first baseman, looks at the 1986 World Series without cringing

125 JEANNE WHITE keeps alive the memory of her son Ryan

129 BRANSON, MO., is ablaze with yesteryear’s stars

UP FRONT

56 It was a year of hurt and healing for Polly Klaas’s family and friends

60 Skating’s new pair: Nancy Kerrigan and agent

62 Sprinter Wilma Rudolph succumbs to cancer

64 Victoria Curlee gives new husband Randall a special gift: her kidney

66 Barbara Coe crusades against illegal aliens

TO THE TOP 133

English prof Wyn Cooper pens a hit for Sheryl Crow

INTRODUCING 137

Kirsten Dunst is a fangtastic Vampire-ette

PAGES 141

Storyteller Dean Koontz exorcizes his own demons

FAMILY 144

Notified of his death in Vietnam, Mark Danielson’s mom still holds out hope

IN HIS WORDS 151

David A. Hamburg maps out a better start for babies

STAGE 159

Show Boat gives Lonette McKee’s career buoyancy

CRUSADER 165

Winona LaDuke tries to buy back her people’s tribal land

TRENDS 170

Bill and Gina Ellis’s chairs are hot seats in Hollywood

TROUBLE 173

Accused of letting her drunken husband drive their daughters to their deaths, Shirley Draper faces prison

ARTS 176

Dale Chihuly swirls fantasy from glass

SCREEN 179

William Shatner goes on one last Trek

FAREWELL 185

Pedro Zamora put AIDS in a Real World showcase

HAPPY 188

Soapster Martha Byrne cops a mate—and he’s a cop

IN THE MONEY 190

Thomas Baccei gives America the Magic Eye

INSIDE PEOPLE 4

MAIL 6

STAR TRACKS 8

PICKS & PANS 15

THE INSIDER 55

PASSAGES 148

PUZZLER 156

STYLE WATCH 162

CHATTER 194

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