Thomas Alva Edison is best known for inventing the electric light, but in his smoke-filled laboratories he created a host of other technological marvels.
Posted: November 1, 1997 By Thomas F. Gillen
Two decades after his great leap westward, Mikhail Baryshnikov is still footloose.
Posted: November 1, 1997 By Jack Bettridge
Michael Richards pratfalls his way to fame and fortune as "Seinfeld's" Cosmo Kramer.
Posted: September 30, 1997 By Alysse Minkoff
In a life marked by one great love and a staggering loss, Stefanie Powers emerges as a woman of uncommon strength.
Posted: September 30, 1997 By Paul Chutkow
Hector Elizondo may play a hospital chief of staff on TV, but in real life he's a cool cat.
Posted: September 1, 1997 By Joe Rhodes
Jean-Luc Godard makes incomprehensible films appreciated by tiny audiences, and he has no intention of changing.
Posted: September 1, 1997 By Scott Kraft
Operatic supertenor Luciano Pavarotti enjoys a fine cigar.
Posted: July 31, 1997 By Nancy Wolfson
An incendiary afternoon with reformed bad boy James Woods.
Posted: June 1, 1997 By Alysse Minkoff
Genius, player, teacher, jester—Dizzy Gillespie was all that jazz.
Posted: May 31, 1997 By T. Brooks Shepard
Making millions for NBA Stars: the high-powered world of super agents David Falk, Curtis Polk and Mike Higgins.
Posted: May 31, 1997 By Alejandro Benes
What Do Clint Eastwood, Jack Kemp, Richard Nixon and the Beatles have in common? they were all interviewed by David Frost.
Posted: April 30, 1997 By Mervyn Rothstein
After 18 seasons in the NHL, Wayne Gretzky still plays hockey with passion and drive.
Posted: April 1, 1997 By Ken Shouler