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You could always find these magazines in the waiting room of the pediatricians' office.
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I've actually visited the sight of the crash mentioned in this headline, there is now a memorial there.
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Comment: It used to be a weekly magazine and was geared to the area in which you lived. It had details about the upcoming shows: plot lines, guest stars, etc. Several years ago it changed so that it's the same magazine no matter what part of the country you live in and became bi-weekly and doesn't have much of anything about the shows other than listing them in their time slots. I had been subscribing to it for years but finally gave up on it after those changes.
I actually still get the TV Guide, I get a subscription for me and my sister so it's 2 for 1.............
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Valley of the Dolls - Jacqueline Suzanne
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Calling it a night........................
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