By People Staff
January 29, 1996 12:00 PM

MAIL 4

PICKS & PANS 11

THE INSIDER 37

STYLE WATCH 54

PASSAGES 68

PUZZLER 86

CHATTER 94

STAR TRACKS 6

Cher paddles in London. Sandra Bullock signs in New York City. Andrew Shue gets his kicks in Sydney, and more

UP FRONT 38

Still grieving over their son’s suicide last year, Carroll O’Connor and wife Nancy cheer the conviction of the man they blame for their loss

42 World wars, Star Wars, nation states and political systems have come and gone since his birth, but George Burns, who recently turned 100, just keeps going

44 She has been seen nuzzling up to plenty of men before, but this time not even Julia Roberts is denying that she and Matthew Perry are extra-special Friends

46

O.J. Simpson may earn $3 million for his videotape version of what really happened—but he’ll have to try something else to win credibility

SONG 51

Before his “Too Hot” rap began to burn up the pop charts, Coolio battled his way out of street gangs and drug addiction by fighting forest fires

TUBE 59

As NYPD Blue’s openly gay receptionist, actor Bill Brochtrup adds another dimension to the station house

COVER 62

Now nearing age 50, single mom Sally Field has beaten some lifelong demons and discovered the delights of pleasing herself instead of others

STYLE 73

The name’s Angeloni, Umberto Angeloni, and his Brioni suits are big hits with Pierce Brosnan’s James Bond, not to mention Peter Jennings, Donald Trump and Al Pacino

UPDATE 82

A federal jury cleared him in the Travelgate scandal last year, but Billy Dale, fired White House travel office director, is still looking for justice

ARTS 88

The four-cylinder Yugo, which flopped as an economy car, returns to the road—this time as pop art

ON LOCATION 90

Novelist Colleen McCullough denounces TV’s Thorn Birds sequel, but star Richard Chamberlain says the cast’s hard work was not in vain

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