Red, White & True: Stars Celebrate the Fourth of July
40 years, 2,155 covers and 54,454 stories from PEOPLE magazine's history for you to enjoy
Jul 20, 1992
Vol. 38 No. 3
July 20, 1992
"I Set No Fire"
Baby-Sitter Olivia Riner Is Acquitted, but a Mystery Remains: Who Murdered Little Kristie Fischer?
Charles Takes Charge
Tired of Taking the Heat for Diana's Woes, the Prince Seems to Be Nudging Pals to Spread His Side of the Story
Star Trek's Stars Trek
William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy Go on the Road and Back to the Future
Up on the Farm
Feeling Rustic, Tom and Roseanne Arnold Plant Their Feet—and TV Movie—in His Iowa Hometown
Holy Pepperoni! After He Delivered a Pizza to Batman's Director, Jack Pedota's Career Mushroomed.
On Base with a Hit
Rosie O'Donnell Scores as a League of Their Own's Designated Jokester
Like a Rock
In a Slain Son's Name, Faye Rumph Offers Hope
Lewis and Clark at 35 Mph
A Chiropractor and His Sidekick Retrace An American Epic—in a Jet Boat
A Good Man Is Hard to Find
In Terry Mcmillan's Hit Novel, Waiting to Exhale, Males Are Nasty, Brutish and in Short Supply—luckily, There Are Exceptions...
This Heart of Stone's
After a Quadruple Bypass, Singer Doug Stone, 36, Knows the Meaning of An Achy Breaky Pump
Al Franken's Political Scoops Are Played Strictly for Laughs
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