Red, White & True: Stars Celebrate the Fourth of July
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Sep 26, 1988
Vol. 30 No. 13
September 26, 1988
Here She Is, Ms. Tiny Miss!
Mirror, Mirror on the Wall, Who's the Fairest 3-to 6-Year-Old of Them All in Swimsuits, Party Dresses and Stuff?
Human Rights Is the Cause and Music Carries the Message as Bruce & Co. Rock Budapest
After Exploring the White House for a New Book, Two Reporters Say There's Nobody Home
With Oklahoma Still in Mind, Suzy Amis Takes a Rocket to Stardom
Among the Events at Any Olympics, Says An Authority, Is the Revival of Gold-Medal Historical Myths
Part Director, Part Private Eye, Errol Morris Finds The Thin Blue Line Between a Man's Guilt and Innocence
Barry Sobel, Who Taught Tom Hanks to Stand Up and Be Funny
Apparently for Horsing Around with the Fillies, Fergie's Father Gets the Boot from His Polo Club
Hollywood Pays Tribute to Playwright Neil Simon—and How California Sweet It Is!
Bob and Joan Parker Find That Good Walls Make a Good Marriage
Born to the Manor, but Not to the Money, Nelson Aldrich Jr. Reflects on Matters of Class
Keith Sweat Takes Stock of His Talent and Puts Wall Street Behind Him
Cult Leader John-Roger, Who Says He's Inhabited by a Divine Spirit, Stands Accused of a Campaign of Hate
The Stars Came Out for the MTV Awards in L.A., but on TV, Sadly, the Glitter Was Frittered
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