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Nov 25, 2002
Vol. 58 No. 22
November 25, 2002
Words and Pictures
It's Time to Hunt Down Those Perfect Presents. Here's Our Roundup of the Season's Best in Gift Books, CD Boxed Sets, DVD Packages and Kids' Entertainment
Tons O' Tunes
DVD Gift Sets
Fun for Kids
Mixing Art, Physiology and Photoshop, Glenn Miller's Updated Pictures Have Helped Authorities Find Long-Missing Children
Amid Claims of Rape and Cover-Ups, the Scandal Touched Off by Diana's Ex-Butler Threatens to Engulf the Royal Family
Court Papers Reveal Convicted Shoplifter Winona Ryder May Have Tried Her Hand Before
Dads by Default
Forced to Help Support Three Sons He Did Not Father, Morgan Wise Speaks Out on Behalf of Other Deceived Dads
Reclusive as Ever, Kim Basinger Scores in 8 Mile but Hasn't Made Peace with Her Ex
Martha Burk Wants Women in Augusta's All-Male Golf Club
Life After Left Eye
Seven Months After Lisa Lopes's Death, Her TLC Sisters Pay Tribute on a New Album
Back to School
A Green-Eyed Elf and a Trio of Newcomers Debut in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
Busting Drug Dealers Is All Very Well, Says California Cop Sue Webber-Brown. But What About Their Kids?
Inspired by His Scottish Background, Marc Ross and His Karpenters in Kilts Turn Every Job into a Construction Sight
Is Smallpox a Weapon of Mass Destruction? Should Americans Be Scared?
A Rapper and An R&B Singer Go Out for Waffles. Costars Connect on a Movie Set. A Pair of Up-and-Coming Actors Are Introduced by His Sister. Meet Hollywood's Newest Twosomes
Laid to Rest
Ninety Years On, DNA Tests Help Solve the Sad Mystery of the Unknown Child, One of Titanic's Youngest Victims
Will He Kill Again?
Thanks to a Crack in the Penal System, a Convicted Serial Murderer May Go Free
Daughter in Arms
Janieko Nance Has a Special Battalion Buddy in Afghanistan: Her Dad
From Hotels to Hair Dryers, Philippe Starck's Sly Creations Aim to Surprise
Drawing on Her Trials—from Alcoholism to Her Mom's Alzheimer's—Writer Anne Lamott Bares All in Her Work
With 007 Turning the Big 4-0, It's Time to Celebrate the Girls, Guns, Gizmos and Bad Guys That Left Us Shaken and Stirred. Oh, James!
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