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Two-time Olympian NANCY KERRIGAN is profiled in BOSTON Magazine by Yvonne Abraham, who writes that Kerrigan -- while "incensed and mystified" by her celebrity status -- still pursues projects that "have nothing to do with the ice." Those projects include a movie deal and dancing. One film role is in a modern "Medusa," a "gothic mythological thriller," as a grad student who teams with her professor/lover to fight the myth's monster. On the "gaffes" of '94, Kerrigan's husband/manager JERRY SOLOMON says she is a victim of sexist double standards. Solomon: "If you take some of the things she said, and if a guy had said them, there's no big deal" (BOSTON, 8/96 issue).