LIFE Magazine November 1994
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Pg… 14 The Big Picture: a chilly halt to a national pastime; a boy shows his teammates to the heart of a hero; and the unkindest cut of all for a modern–day villain
Pg… 30 Camera At Work: With an oinnk–oink here and a moo–moo there, a photographer Yann Arthus–Bertrand captures farm animals and their proud owners
Pg… 44 Almanac: Not every movie star looks better with makeup; fans gather in Atlanta for another Big Bang; and human form for a most delightful cat.
Pg… 56 LIFE Special: Lt. General Hugh Shelton. Our man in Haiti, discovers that the task of stabilizing the troubled island is a dangerous and delicate mission. A LIFE, exclusive.
Pg… 66 Journey: They may never have heard of him. He may never have lived there. But suddenly the citizens of Romania are realizing they can make big bucks from tour's of Count Dracula's homeland
Pg… 75 The Away We Live: An invitation to the best parties of the year: From a family reunion in Pennsylvania to a Cajun Mardi Gras to a high society bash in New York City, this is how Americans celebrated in 1994
Pg… 104 Face to Face: can't he has preached the gospel to millions and has had the ear of every president since Harry Truman. Now, Billy Graham speaks candidly about his own remarkable life–and looks ahead to the hereafter.
Pg… 120 Discovery: Ten thousand years of tradition will be preserved in the new national Museum of the American Indian, the Smithsonian's contemporary House of the spirits
Pg… 132 An American Place: Holy hotel room! Every year, 20 million bats vacation with their kids in this dark cave deep in the heart of Texas.
Pg… 134 On The Job: His work looks dangerous, but the showman gets a real charge out of the.
Pg… 136 Sites Unseen: Whoever's behind this performance is no dummy.
Pg… 138 How Things Work: Start with empty soda bottle and end up with a new winter jacket. Here's how.
Pg… 145 Pictures to the Editor.
Pg… 146 Just One More. : Cover photographs night of stars, New York City, and Frank Fournier/contact press images Henry Clay high school dance, Lexington, Kentucky Arlene Gottfried would stack 1994 Saugerties New York Porter Gifford/Gamma Liaison Cajun Mardi Gras, Petit Mamou La. John Chiasson/Gamma Liaison
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