Red, White & True: Stars Celebrate the Fourth of July
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Jul 11, 1988
Vol. 30 No. 2
July 11, 1988
'He's Not Our Son'
When Tom and Janice Colella Adopted Tommy, They Got a Lot More Than They Had Bargained for
Readin', Writin' and Rockin' Debbie Gibson Graduates at the Top of the Charts
Amid a Storm of Protest, Cameras Roll on 'the Movie Hollywood Doesn't Want You to See'
Gunning for Fun and Charity, Royals, Moguls and Rockers Have a Double-Barreled Blast
Bill Scheller and Chris Maynard Claim Any Grille Will Serve for Their Hot À La Car Meals to Go
Max Patkin, the Goofball Laureate of Baseball, Scores in Bull Durham And—holy Cow—it's a Grand Ham!
Heroines of 40 Million Books, Francine Pascal's Sweet Valley Twins Are Perfection in Duplicate
Back from the Dead, a Jailhouse Lawyer Asks Why He's Doing Life
The Tyson-Spinks Championship Bout Inspired the Stars to Stage Family Night at the Fights
This New Age Inn Wants to Do More Than Just Feed You
Your Best Friend Won't Tell You If You Have Halitosis? Breathe Easy, Dr. Etiquette Will
Art for Whose Sake? Mark Kostabi Loves the Color of Money, So He Has Cheaper Hands Do His Painting for Him
Forget Stallone: a Peaceful Prof from Iowa Put Rambo on the Map
Adulation Is the 'new Sensation' as Aussie Throb Michael Hutchence Still Leads His Band In, Well, Inxs
Hi-Yo Silverware, Away! Ricardo Spence, Super Busboy, Has the Wipe Stuff
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