Red, White & True: Stars Celebrate the Fourth of July
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Jan 09, 1984
Vol. 21 No. 1
January 09, 1984
'I Do, Too'
In His Black (Tux) and Blue (Suede Shoes) Best, The Stones' Keith Richards Weds Patti Hansen
'I'll Do It Again'
Gridiron Legend Jim Brown Hopes to Return to the Field and Show the Pros of Today How to Play Football
'i Love You'
Two Kids Whose Small Hearts Were Failing Get a Helping Hand from the First Lady
His Old Man Was a Tough Act to Follow, but Ed Begley Jr. Is Finally a Big-Name Actor Too
This Is the Year for the Enigmatic Writer Who Devoted His Life to Speaking Unwelcome Truths
Onward and Yupward
Preppies Are Passé? Yup! Now Is the Time of the Yuppie—the Young Urban Professional on the Fast Track to the Top
Judy Blumberg and Michael Seibert Skate as a Team, but They Keep Their Passion Strictly on Ice
How Has Japan Overtaken America? The Fault, Says One Expert, Lies Not in Our Cars, but in Ourselves
Former Prepubescent Ad Star Mason Reese Grows Up and Gets Down with His Own Rock Band
The Red Flannel Factory Hung in and Buttoned Up the Market in Old-Fashioned Long Johns
Peggy Lee's Broadway Debut Was a Bust, but the Lady Has Lived Through Hard Times Before
Fans Feel the Noize as Quiet Riot Goes Head and Shoulders Over Their Hard-Rock Competitors
With Four Successful Plays to His Credit, David Henry Hwang Is Scaling the Great Wall of Fame
Behind the Wheel of a Killer Car, Newcomer Keith Gordon Revs Up Christine and His Movie Career
The Author of Pigging Out Provides Junk Food for Thought—Overeating as An Art Form
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