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Milestones May 4, 1998

DIED. LINDA EASTMAN MCCARTNEY, 56, fetching photographer of '60s rockers who trounced the hopes of teenyboppers when she wed one of her dreamiest subjects,...

Health & Fitness: Vegetarians Hit the Fern Bars

When Chicago Bears Coach Mike Ditka opened a restaurant in the Windy City just over a year ago, the decor was basic football and the menu offered a hearty fare...

People, Oct. 16, 1995

MATCH THE ARTWORK WITH THE SUPERSTAR Ever wonder why celebrities are more famous than other people? It's because they ooze creativity. For example, not only have...

Paul At Fifty: PAUL MCCARTNEY

In the bucolic Sussex countryside south of London, there's a farm where pheasants and peacocks roam wild. The yard is dotted with cows and chickens, horses and...

Oldfangled New Towns

For Americans with even a little money, to live anywhere but a suburb is to make a statement. If you are comfortable, you are naturally a suburbanite; living out...

Food: Bye-Bye, Tofu; Hello, Truffles!

Bare wood tables, macrame wall hangings and macrobiotic menus -- these are the images long associated with organic-food restaurants. And cultlike earnestness:...

IDEOLOGIES: Carrots of the World ...

Manhattan's buoyant Symon Gould, vice presidential candidate of the Vegetarian Party (TIME, March 22), last week dispatched an open letter to Britain's eminent...

Theater: Razor's Edge

SWEENEY TODD Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim Book by Hugh Wheeler Sweeney Todd is one giant step for vegetarianism. Sweeney (Len Cariou), "the Demon Barber...

Books: Getting Even

WORLDLY GOODS by Michael Korda Random House; 353 pages; $14.95 In the publishing business, it is always Springtime for Hitler. As Mussolini shows, the Fhürer...

Sport: Walton: Basketball's Vegetarian Tiger

Oregon State was coming to town for an important game, so U.C.L.A. Center Bill Walton prepared in typical fashion. He began each day with his regular breakfast...

Sport: Big Bill Walton Comes of Age

When Portland Trail Blazer Coach Jack Ramsay arrived to take over his duties last spring, he announced: "I'm a Bill Walton man." The declaration made him a...

Cinema: Neck and Neck

ANDY WARHOL'S DRACULA Directed and Written by PAUL MORRISSEY The problem is "wirgin blood." In this giddy and gruesome camp-out on the bones of Bram Stoker,...

Books: Pictures at an Inhibition

A POLITICAL EDUCATION by HARRY McPHERSON 467 pages. Atlantic-Little, Brown. $10.95. In Washington, where most political memoirists write in the blood of their...

Books: Unholy Trinity

IN TRANSIT by Brigid Brophy. 230 pages. Putnam. $5.95. Brigid Brophy, the Irish controversialist, classics scholar, champion of animal rights and vegetarian,...

Foreign News: Toothless Vegetarianism

For years, as head of the Communist Party's Agitation and Propaganda Section, balding, sharp-eyed Philosopher Georgy Fedorovich Aleksandrov had been Russia's...

Nation: Madam Candidate

The written history of U.S. presidential campaigns is speckled with many a remarkable asterisk, not the least of which does homage to women. There is, for...

National Affairs: Wage Freeze?

It was as if a speaker at a meat packers' convention had come out foursquare and hearty for vegetarianism. With predictable indignation, labor leaders at last...

Books: Senior Dissenter

THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF UPTON SINCLAIR (342 pp.)—Harcourt, Brace & World ($6.95). In the absence of a public monument (some outdoor version of the Laocoon would...

Education: G.B.S. v ABC

In his 94 years. George Bernard Shaw took up every sort of cause from Fabianism to vegetarianism to antivivisection. But he had one obsession that puzzled even...

India: Date with Desai

To India's able Finance Minister Morarji Desai, austerity is a way of life. Not only is he a vegetarian and a teetotaler who fasts for a day and a half every...