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Steve Martin America's Ghettos Khomeini's Next Move Hopeful Olympians Time 1987 For Sale
Steve Martin Off the Wall
COVER: Mr.Steve Martin, thatwild and crazy guy, is now a romantic leading manIn the seventies he wore a novelty-store arrow through his head and became the decades hottest comic. In the 80s he turned to film, and with this simmer's sleeper hit Roxanne has shown he is America's most charming and resourceful comic actor. Martin honed his talents in comedy clubs - a growth industry that has launched a new generation of stand-up wits.
NATION: Twenty summers after the riots, the ghettos have gone from bad to worse. The exodus of the black middle class from the inner city compounds the agony of those left behind. The victims range from a Newark family trapped in a morass of crime and self-destruction to a would-be model in Los Angeles slain by random gang violence.+ REAGAN, both apologetic and defiant, tries to regain command. + The fight over theBORK nomination heats up.
WORLD: In the gulf, the U.S. awaits KHOMEINI'S next move. + Two peace plans continue to raise tempers. + South African miners walk out.
BUSINESS: The bull market stampedes through a manic birthday celebrationFive years of growth almost without pause has added $2 trillion to stock values and is helping the economy keep expanding. Cash is flooding in faster than ever, but doomsayers worry aboue possible parallels to 1929. + A fired Eastern Air Lines mechanic details his accusations of sloppy maintenance. + A leveraged buyout creates the largest black-owned company in America.
LIVING: Despite a few inconveniences, Americans retirees find a sunny paradise in Mexico. + This summer's fizziest cocktail? The Bellini.
SPORT: Hopeful OLYMPIANS, a ton of Cuban weight-lifters and an uplifting U.S. pitcher grace the Pan Am Games + Scuffing nonsense.
ENVIRONMENT: In Nevada, Great Basin National Park opens amid stunning vistas and high hopes. + A termite-killing pesticide in discontinued.
ETHICS: A demographic analyst urges birth incentives to sustain Western power in the world, stirring touchy issues of privacy and racism.
BOOKS: The Songlines is a captivating journey into Australia, the past and the imagination. + A formula falters in PatriotGames.
ART: Berlin's remarkable rebirth as a postwar center of modernism is surveyed in an ambitious show at the Museum of Modern Art.
DANCE: Resurgent ethnic pride has brought about a revival of the authentic Hawaiian hula, with its rhythmic swaying and impudent exoticism.
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