Featuring DIMITRIS SGOUROS
September 13, 1982
People Weekly Magazine dated
September 13, 1982 with Robin Williams and Dolly Parton on the front cover.
Stung by the death of pal John Belushi, Mork-turned-Garp Robin Williams
swears he’s giving up the fast lane for a farm life – and fatherhood.
Rock Hudson stars in NBC’s The Martian Chronicles, and Susan St.
James plays a widow on CBS.
Prolific Joyce Carol Oates is back with another novel – the tedious,
pseudo-Victorian A Bloodsmoor Romance.
The Go-Go’s took their Vacation seriously, and it shows in
Kristy McNichol and Chris Atkins, adrift in The Pirate Movie,
and Kenny Rogers, guzzled up by Six Pack, are undone by bad films.
The faithful of Islam have produced 14 centuries of beautiful art and
Our crusty critic eats his way across the country in search of
America’s premier pizza pie.
Medical problems finally force a reluctant Dolly Parton to cancel her
Twenty-five years later, the kids who integrated Little Rock’s Central
High remember the battle that became a national controversy.
When dual pianists Katia and Marielle Labèque play Gershwin, passion
and Paris are part of the sound.
For Bob Fosse and Gwen Verdon’s daughter, Nicole, dancing just comes
Congresswoman Millicent Fenwick, aka Doonesbury’s Lacey
Davenport, wants to get out of the House and into the Senate.
Actor Steve Guttenberg feasts on his winning role in the sleeper movie
As times goes by, the world will never forget the beauty of Ingrid
Men may never fly, but Jean St. Germain’s free-fall simulator is the
closest thing to it.
Psychologist Penelope Russianoff tells women to avoid dependence on
Thirteen years after Sharon Tate’s brutal murder, her mother leads a
fight to keep the Manson clan behind bars.
Seafarer Billy Dunlop sails a taut and tiny ship – all the way across
Frank Zappa and daughter Moon Unit celebrate the Southern California
tribal culture of the Valley Girl.
Angela Cummings’ $38,000 spiderweb necklace looks so real it will make
your skin crawl.
Air Supply is the latest pop music act to breeze in from Australia.
Remington’s Victor Kiam lives on the razor’s edge.
Jean Stein’s Edie is an autopsy on the short, wasted life of a
Pianist Dimitris Sgouros.
Hill Street Blues scores with an
arresting black and white team, Charles Haid and Michael Warren.
and much more...
Dimitris wowed audiences at the University of Maryland
International Piano Festival in July (above).
Below, Rostropovich joins in applauding
the boy's Carnegie Hall debut.
April 1982 program book - Carnegie Hall debut of Dimitris Sgouros
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