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Monitor Archive for January 15, 1988
Profound views of love and loneliness. `The Dead' presents director John Huston at the peak of his creative powers
Haven of the noble humpback. Whale-watchers in Hawaii venture out to sea searching for plumes of spray
China leader to Taiwan: maintain liberalization
Judging by appearances
`Yacht index' shows clear sailing ahead for big-ticket items
Israel turns screws on prominent Palestinians
Fly with confidence
European powers pack usual Nordic wallop as Olympics near
Central American peace summit: recriminations or renewed resolve?
King's cause transcends countries. Africans celebrate a US hero
Haitians in Boston give US bad marks here and in homeland. 50,000 refugees manage to disappear into society's cracks
Escape to the Huntington. Next door to the glitzy pop culture of Los Angeles is a quiet treasure-trove of art, books, and botanical beauty
Arts educators try broad brush. Some 150 groups rally to bolster arts' role in schools
Peters's chaos principle: the gadfly stings
Education and the school press
Andr'e Watts still a crowd pleaser after 25 years
Takeshita's US visit gets mixed reviews. Premier scores points at White House, but not on Capitol Hill
Kuwait buys BP stock like `marshmallows': an unwelcome suitor?
Rollicking `Medea' shows Ludlam troupe's vitality
Manufacturers' group sees this spring as turning point for US trade deficit
A YEN FOR NETSUKE. These artfully carved kimono accessories are now collector's items
Condos on Maui are worth shopping for. On this booming coastline, many want lodging that's more like home
PBS drama follows British couple through war-torn society of '40s. Series brings needed luster to `Masterpiece Theatre'
Taiwan's leader apt to face rivalry from within ruling party
Deluxe resorts with an exclusive air. The `club' atmosphere attracts vacationers in search of the ultimate in hassle-free living
Aquino seeks stronger base from vote. Also hopes local elections will help defuse insurgency
Complex bills deserve better treatment than 11th-hour shove