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Video: . . . And Barking Up Another Tree

In the Woodhouse way, TV really is going to the dogs Dogs may be man's best friend, but they worship and adore Barbara Woodhouse. Given half a chance, the...

Living: An Eternal Verity

Not everyone swoons over Haagen-Dazs' Rum Raisin or rushes out to get Baskin-Robbins' flavor of the month (last month's offering: Condorman Crunch). Some...

Blade Battle

Cuisinart vs. Robot-Coupe "Tell her she's the best by giving her the best food processor you can buy." That was the Mother's Day message to devoted husbands...

Essay: Have We Abandoned Excellence?

A new biography of Admiral Hyman Rickover records a Navy captain's assessment: " 'Look around. Do you see excellence anywhere? In medicine? In law? Religion?...

Books: A Well-Laden Table of Cookbooks

Viands and vegetables from all over, for all seasonings "Some people have a foolish way of not minding, or pretending not to mind, what they eat. For my part,...

People, May 14, 1979

Headstrong and impulsive, Aries are likely to race across lawns and trample KEEP OFF THE GRASS signs. Geminis bark a lot. Libras sniff inquisitively under...

In Washington: A Pride of Former Spooks

The black ties and bald heads could belong to old college classmates at a 40th reunion. The Supreme de Volatile Eugenie on the menu is standard hotel chicken...

The Nation: Survival: A Primer

"Hssst!" hissed the minked Westchester matron to a furbelowed companion at New York's Grand Central Terminal. "Come with me. I know a place that has earmuffs!"...

People, Jun. 16, 1975

Nine months ago, Margaux Hemingway stepped off a plane at New York's La Guardia Airport. Like other immigrants to the Big Apple, she was a little green. She...

People, Apr. 11, 1977

Somehow, the old kitsch was missing. Oh, Chevy Chase took a dive—and i a giant envelope from a hairy Kongian hand. Marty Feldman smashed a statuette to...

Business: Ratings from the Gourmets

Granted. McDonald's cuisine is immensely popular, but how does it taste to a demanding critic of restaurants? TIME asked several of the nation's best-known food...

Cinema: The Love Bug

Fran Tarkenton was apoplectic. Sportswriter Dick Schaap had given the New York Giants' quarterback a slim volume to pass the time on the New York-Boston jet...

Modern Living: Taking to Baking

It stands fragrantly like a bride at the altar, awaiting the embrace of fresh butter and an osculation of jam. It is a loaf of bread. Not the cellophaned...

Television: Apr. 12, 1968

Thursday, April 11 CHRYSLER PRESENTS THE BOB HOPE SHOW (NBC, 8:30-9:30 p.m.).* "For Love or $$$$," Janet Leigh, Fernando Lamas, Eddie Mayehoff, J. Carroll...

Books: Notes of a Survivor

THE COLLECTED ESSAYS AND OCCASIONAL WRITINGS OF KATHERINE ANNE PORTER. 496 pages. Lawrence-Delacorte. $12.50. They live still with morning freshness in my...

Pediatrics: TV Doctor

Seated behind his office desk, the fatherly-looking man glances up comfortably. "Hello," he says. "Today I'd like to talk about . . ." That almost invariable...

A Letter From The Publisher: Oct. 20, 1967

IN a burrow of tunnels in South ' Viet Nam, U.S. forces recently discovered the largest cache of Viet Cong supplies that they have ever seized. And among medical...

Television: A Year for Teen-Agers

There was great harrumphing and clearing of throats at the 25th Peabody Awards luncheon in Manhattan last week. Each year, bronze medallions are supposed to...