October 02, 1995 12:00 PM

MAIL 15

PICKS & PANS 17

THE INSIDER 45

STYLE WATCH 85

PASSAGES 96

PUZZLER 98

CHATTER 142

STAR TRACKS 4

Julia Roberts and Woody Allen make the scene in Venice. Whitney Houston holds on to her man. Johnny Depp and Kate Moss go book browsing, and more

UP FRONT

46 While NBC’s ER wins eight Emmys, Chicago’s Cook County Hospital ER just hopes to stay even with the city’s violence

54 Nashville’s favorite sweethearts, George Jones and Tammy Wynette, get back together again—but this time just for the music

PAGES 61

Retired Army Gen. Colin Powell takes to the road to promote his fast-selling memoirs. Will his next stop be the White House?

TUBE 69

Central Park West’s Justin Lazard plays a trader who specializes in stocks and blonds

WEDDING 72

The Today show’s Al Roker predicts a sunny future with his bride, 20/20’s Deborah Roberts

IN THE MONEY 75

Gen-X sneaker mogul Michael Rubin has made millions—now he wants to play with the big boys

WHERE ARE THEY NOW? 81

Former Three Dog Night singer Chuck Negron finally brings joy to his world after surviving 23 years of heroin addiction

POLS 86

Tennessee’s Bill Frist—a doctor turned U.S. senator—saves a heart attack victim’s life

ON THE MOVE 88

It’s hard to tell the real John F. Kennedy Jr. from the TV clones—without PEOPLE’S scorecard

IN HIS WORDS 91

Sports sociologist Todd Crosset thinks the anti-female culture of male sports may be partly to blame for domestic violence among male athletes

COVER 100

With her own magazine, 5 million TV viewers weekly and a business worth millions, homemaker extraordinaire Martha Stewart is a complex woman who inspires both love and loathing

ANGELS 112

The Oklahoma City bombing shook America, but it steadied the resolve of Chris Gross, who donated a year’s salary to help the city’s children

CRIME 131

With former cop Antoinette Frank sentenced to death for three brutal murders, New Orleans struggles to shake yet another police scandal

INTRODUCING 136

A new generation sings “Conjunction Junction”—to the delight of Schoolhouse Rock creators Tom Yohe and George Newall

TRIBUTE 139

Orville Redenbacher, who died last week at 88, made popcorn a national snack—and his curious moniker a household name

PARTY 140

Oprah Winfrey, George Clooney—and even Rita Hayworth’s dress, on Demi Moore—helped launch the newest Planet Hollywood—L.A.’s first

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