Red, White & True: Stars Celebrate the Fourth of July
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Sep 30, 1991
Vol. 36 No. 12
September 30, 1991
A Night of Pure Terror
The New Miss America Recalls the Fiancé Who Threatened to Kill Her
In Love and War
When the Scuds Didn't Get Charles Jaco, CNN's Patricia Neal Decided That She Should
Marv Albert Couldn't Have Put It Better; the Pride of the Lakers Finally Says "Yes!"
A Hunter Thought Dennis Williams Was a Bear—and Nearly Killed Him
Entrepreneur Richard Worth Likes the Way His Sugar-Free Cookies Are Crumbling for Him
Is Donald Evans a Mass Murderer—or Just a Spectacular Liar?
Who'll Stop the Raine?
As Their Dad Looks on Unhappily, Diana and Her Siblings Battle Their Stepmother Over the Family Estate
Prof N the Hood
To Study Gangs, Martín Jankowski Became One of the Boyz
Roping in the Raves
If He'd Met Him, Will Rogers Would Have Liked Keith Carradine Too
Tim and Patty Rivers' Diving Mules Are Drawing Big Crowds at State Fairs—and Big Flak from Animal-Rights Protestors
Taking It on the Road
Three Uppity Women Quit Their Day Jobs to Go Singing the Blues
He's Green and He's Proud
The Commitments' Andrew Strong Is 17, Irish and Loaded with Soul
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