Red, White & True: Stars Celebrate the Fourth of July
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Sep 09, 2002
Vol. 58 No. 11
September 09, 2002
On with the Showdown!
Hurtling Toward American Idol's Hotly Anticipated Climax, Finalists Kelly Clarkson, Nikki McKibbin and Justin Guarini Savor Living Large in a Mansion Equipped with a Personal Chef (and An On-Call Shrink)
A Guy Like Di
Princess Diana Died Five Years Ago, but Her Grace, Blush and Humor Live on in William, a Prince to the Mannerisms Born
The One-Pound Wonder
In Her Perilous First Year of Life, Micro-Preemie Courtney Jackson Defies All Odds—and Thrives
Heartbreak in Oregon
Police Find the Remains of Two Girls, and a Town Wonders What Took So Long
Play That Punky Music
Teen-Pop Sensation Avril Lavigne Makes a Big Noise as the 'Anti-Britney'
Proudly Plump Marissa Winokur Turns Hairspray into a Plus-Size Broadway Hit
Keith Taylor Uses His Internet Charity, Modest Needs, to Give Others a Helping Hand
Long Cast as the Ugly Guy (Go Figure), Possession's Aaron Eckhart Takes the Lead
Yasmine Bleeth, Bryant Gumbel and Caroline Corr Join the Ranks of Summer's Newlyweds
Like a Virgin (Sort Of)
Some Experienced Couples Now Choose to Say "I Won't" Until After They Say "I Do"
Very Berry Smooth
Dr. Nicholas Perricone Says the Secret to Young Skin Lies in Salmon and Blueberries
Funeral Directors Bernie and Harry Platt Try for Immortality as Father-and-Son Mayors
To Keep the Secret of Her movie Simone, Rachel Roberts Endured An Actress's Worst Nightmare: Anonymity
Breaking the News
FOX Finance Anchor Neil Cavuto Went Public with His MS. Now It's Business as Usual
From Bora Bora to Ibiza to Rome, Celebs—and Their Families—Did Their Best at Doing Very Little
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