Red, White & True: Stars Celebrate the Fourth of July
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Jun 28, 1993
Vol. 39 No. 25
June 28, 1993
Jurassic Park Is a Monster Hit, All Right—but Is It Too Wild for Your Child?
Elena Monica Trusted Ray Sharkey; Now She Claims the Late Actor Knowingly Infected Her with Hiv
Death from the Deep
In a Bloody Week Down Under, Sharks Kill a Honeymooner and a Mother of Five
Tireless Ruth Ginsburg Heads for the High Court
The Road to Ruin
An Iowa Jury Finds a Get-Rich Guru Guilty of Fraud
After Conquering Paris, Michigan's Irrepressible Jensen Brothers Are Ready for the Battle of Britain
His Out-of-Wedlock Daughter Sues Rhode Island's Governor for Support
So How's Your Bird?
Behaviorist Mattie Sue Athan Helps Her Patients Straighten Up and Fly Right
A Philosopher's Feisty Legacy
A Philosopher's Feisty Legacy Inspires Kenneth Waldo Emerson to Fight for His Property
Physicist Stephen Hawking Beams Aboard the Enterprise to Film a Painstaking Cameo
Who Killed 't.j. Hooker'?
Suspected of Murder by Arson: the Ex-L.a. Cop's Wife and Son
Forsaking Ironic Distance, the Writer Faces Himself While Recalling a Friend
Going It Alone
Single Mom Ashley Richardson Has Dropped a Husband, a Lover, 60 Lbs. and Her Modeling Career
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