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- September 04, 1989
- Vol. 32
- No. 10
In This Issue
The summer of sequels could only be followed by...FALL '89! Co-directed by those fabulous Stevens, Spielberg and Bochco, starring Paul Newman, Farrah Fawcett, Gregory Peck and trash fish, with music by Linda Ronstadt and Tracy Chapman, words by Nancy Reagan and Danielle Steel, and a novel appearance by Gloria Vanderbilt. FALL '89—it's even cooler than summer.
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Take Liz Taylor, Lee Iacocca, Barbara Walters and 797 other guests, throw in a Moroccan palace and about $2 million, and you have a Malcolm Forbes birthday party to die for
Want to swim with dolphins? If so, naturalist Ric O'Barry, the man who trained Flipper, suggests you go make like a fish in the open sea
Reclaiming the bones of his people from museums and scientists, American Indian lawyer Walter Echo-Hawk fights for his ancestors' right to a peaceful eternity
With his scripts for Lethal Weapon 2 and Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade breaking box office records, Jeffrey Boam proves he can write a sequel without equal
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In her new book, The Second Shift, sociologist Arlie Hochschild says that for most working wives, liberation has meant the freedom to work twice as hard
All-American sports-car nut Bob Hall persuaded his Japanese bosses to take a chance on a flashy little convertible called Miata, and now he's king of the roadster
Evangelist David Wilkerson and the Times Square Church open a worshipful hit in an old Broadway theater
After 25 years as a top New York anchorman, Jim Jensen has to fight his way up again—from drug dependency and depression
Painter of the rich and famous, portraitist Ralph Wolfe Cowan turned a mugging—his own—into a $7,500 portrait of his at-large assailant
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Parachute stunt coordinator B.J. Worth is the man who pulls the rip cord whenever film spy James Bond bails out
It's last call for Gunsmoke's Miss Kitty, proprietor of the Longbranch Saloon for 19 glorious seasons, as actress Amanda Blake loses a showdown with cancer
Tired of rot and death in their neighborhoods, crusading Chicago priests George Clements and Michael Pfleger launch a guerrilla war against drugs
In a prodigious labor of love for his late wife, ex-fighter Joe Furey transforms their apartment into a spectacular folk-art original
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