At the movies, the film that would bring Robin Williams his first Oscar nod, Good Morning, Vietnam, is No. 1 at the box office. In bookstores, Tom Wolfe’s elegy to 1980s New York, The Bonfire of the Vanities, tops the best-seller list. In music, George Michael’s first solo album, Faith, holds the No. 1 spot while also yielding the No. 1 single, ”Father Figure.” And in the news, a panel of historians reports on Austrian president Kurt Waldheim’s activities during WWII, finding that he had deliberately concealed his record as a German officer.