Red, White & True: Stars Celebrate the Fourth of July
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Aug 02, 1982
Vol. 18 No. 5
August 02, 1982
'We Were in a Pickle'
With Pluck and a Homemade Bomb Shelter, a Falklands Family Endures the Vicious Little War
Real Men Don't Eat Quiche? So Says Bruce Feirstein, a Writer With—Well—Crust
A Galaxy of Baseball Old-Stars Celebrates the Glory of Summers Gone By
Amid the Carnage of Beirut, Dr. Amal Shamma Struggles to Heal Her Nation's Wounded
The IBM Case Arches Eyebrows in Silicon Valley, Where High-Tech Spying Is 'a Way of Life'
Funnier Than a Speeding Bullet, Britain's Silly Six Release a Pair of Crank Summer Movies
After Years of Behind-the-Scenes Hits, Ray Parker Jr. Scores on His Own with the Other Woman
Two Researchers Study Why Siblings Can Be Hansel and Gretel—or Cain and Abel
The Surprise Among Those Royal Godparents Is a Quiet Writer, Sir Laurens Van Der Post, 75
Charlton Heston's Celebrity Racket Squad Nets Cash for Hollywood's Pet Charities
Land, Hoe! Lawyer Jerry Potter Seeks a Tragic Civil War Shipwreck Under An Arkansas Soybean Field
Bye-Bye Thunder Thighs! You Can Have Slimmer Legs in 30 Days, Vows Author Wendy Stehling
Reagan's Favorite Series? Try Leave It to Deaver, Starring Aide Mike and Wife Carolyn
Here's Looking at You, Kid: Ingrid Bergman's Daughter Isabella May Be the Next Star in the Family
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