Red, White & True: Stars Celebrate the Fourth of July
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Aug 19, 1996
Vol. 46 No. 8
August 19, 1996
After a Bargain with Their Little Colorado Hometown, Two Migrant Workers' Sons Are Coming Back to Be Doctors
Alberta Martin Stakes Her Claim as the Last Confederate Widow
Perhaps Wary of What He Might Find, Bandleader Peter Duchin Takes Stock of His Unsettling Past
Fords of a Feather
Gerald's Son Jack Gets (GOP) Conventional
Sick, and Busted Three Times in Four Weeks, Robert Downey Jr. Becomes the Most Recent Casualty of Hollywood's Heroin Resurgence
Don't Blame It on the Bossa Nova. The Likely Culprit Is...
The Prince and I
Wiretapped, a Spanish Heir's Model Pal Hits Back
Who's in Grant's Tomb?
Not Bob. Fired for His Radio Rants, He's Back—with Higher Ratings Than Ever
As a Jury Recommends Death for Daughter Polly's Killer, Marc Klaas Carries on His Fight for Kids
Gwyneth Paltrow Brings Emma—and Brad Pitt—to the White House
Minister of Mirth
Proving Faith Doesn't Have to Be Humorless, Christian Comic Mark Lowry Has Churchgoing Fans Rolling in the Aisles
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