NEWSWEEK February 6 1989 HOT CITIES "LONESOME DOVE" +++

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Seller: moremagazines (47,332) 100%, Location: Pensacola, Florida, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 311551753831 Exclusive MORE MAGAZINES detailed content description, below! * NEWSWEEK Vintage News-week magazine, with all the news, features, photographs and vintage ADS -- Exclusive MORE MAGAZINES detailed content description, below! MORE Vintage NEWSWEEK magazines, CLICK HERE! ISSUE DATE: FEBRUARY 6, 1989; Vol. CXIII, No. 6 IN THIS ISSUE:- [Detailed contents description written EXCLUSIVELY for this listing by MORE MAGAZINES! Use 'Control F' to search this page.] * This description copyright MOREMAGAZINES. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 COVER: HOT CITIES: America's best places to live and work. LAST days in KABUL: The Soviets pull out under fire (Afganistan). Cover: Photo by Ed Gallucci. TOP OF THE WEEK [Major Top Stories]: LAST DAYS IN KABUL?: As Soviet troops continued their retreat from Afghanistan, the United States shut down its embassy in Kabul. With 25,000 rebels surrounding the capital, the Afghan government could fall within a matter of months-or even weeks. International: Page 30. AMERICA's HOT CITIES: Burned out on urban jungles and bored of sleepy towns, more and more Americans are discovering that the road to the good life leads to midsize cities that combine the best of both worlds. They're the kind of place that offers good jobs and affordable housing, along with a manageable pace, a strong sense of community and a noticeable lack of pretension. NEWSWEEK asked its reporters across the United States to profile the 10 best places to live and work in America today. The list will probably surprise you. Business: Page 42. PAINTER'S EYE: The great Spanish artist Goya (1746-1828) is known for his devastating depictions of the atrocities of war. A major exhibition of his works now at Boston's Museum of Fine Arts reminds us that this master painter also created exquisite portraits of rare psychological insight. The Arts: Page 70. TRUE WEST: At last, television produces an epic mini-series to match the greatest wide-screen Westerns: a gritty, grippingly authentic adaptation of Larry McMurtry's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, "Lonesome Dove." Robert Duvall and Tommy Lee Jones star as a pair of aging cowboys off on one last cattle drive, with Anjelica Huston as the old flame who learns that her love is no match for the bond between buddies. Should reap a wagonload of Emmys. Lifestyle: Page 54. CASHING IN: John Tower took a profitable trip through Washington's "revolving door," but many others have made public service a private windfall. Scores of officials trade their insiders' knowledge of government for lucrative jobs in business, academia, lobbying groups and law firms. National Affairs: Page 16. [FULL NEWSWEEK LISTINGS]: NATIONAL AFFAIRS: Washington's revolving door. A tea-bag revolt over pay raises. The frenetic president. Playing the politics of race. The last godfather?. In Chicago, back to the future. INTERNATIONAL: Last days in Kabul?. The czar of Brussels. A leftist uprising in Argentina. Japan: No. 1 in foreign aid. Bush's bow to Japan, by Robert J. Samuelson. A Salvadoran peace "trap"?. A princess by profession. BUSINESS: America's hot cities: 10 with jobs, cheap houses and good fishing. minutes from downtown. More shoes drop in the pits. Read their lips: no S&L tax. LIFESTYLE: Television: How the West was once. Radio: The Top 40 times two. Health: A poor rest home remedy. Family: Children of the aftershock. SOCIETY: Education: Alma-mater derby. Justice: Cutting back on affirmative action. Ideas: The Bundy carnival. Science: Let it snow, let it snow. The picture of life. News Media: The press's love. match with the president. THE ARTS: Art: Goya's battle with darkness. Books: Mayhem in Harlem. The devil made him do it. Movies: Saved from the sands of time. DEPARTMENTS: Periscope. My Turn: Karen Frankola. The Mail. Perspectives. Newsmakers. 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