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Jan 20, 2003
Vol. 59 No. 2
January 20, 2003
A Delighted Brooke Shields, Who Has Been a Model, Movie Actress and Sitcom Star, Prepares to Become a Mom in May
Swearing by Love
After 20 Bleeping Years, Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne Renew Their Vows
Hunk or Skunk?
Evan Marriott Goes for Broke While Hoodwinking Potential Mates on Fox's Controversial Hit Joe Millionaire
Sink or Swim
At 18, Most Foster Kids Are Pushed Out of the System. Two Years Later Half Have Had Babies or Are in Prison. New Programs Offer Hope, but for Many, Says One 20-Year-Old, It's Like 'Being Thrown Out into the Wild'
From Eminem to Meg Ryan, Celeb Couples Shift Gears Faster Than Their Reps Can Say, 'No Comment'
Baby, Let's Play Married
Newlyweds Onscreen, Brittany Murphy and Ashton Kutcher Ring Up a Real-Life Romance
Hip-Hop's Missy Elliott Celebrates Another Hit Album by Shedding Some Emotional Baggage and 71 Pounds
A Little Nagging Turns the Shield's Michael Chiklis into One Sexy, Nasty Cop
Adrien Brody's Career Gets a Bounce with a Virtuoso Performance in the Holocaust Drama The Pianist
On the March
Drumline's Nick Cannon Could Be the Next Will Smith. Smith Agrees
Kenya Top This?
Mike Korchinsky's Clothing Line Keeps An African Village's Hopes—and Animals—Alive
Brainy, Beautiful Toxicologist Kristin Rossum Gets Life After a Jury Decides She Brought Her Work Home with Her
Putting Rappers on the Wrapper Helped Junk Food Impresario James Lindsay Create a Snack Sensation
Kids and Seniors Make a Joyful Noise at Don Greiner's Newfangled Nursing Home
The Lost Boys
Three Children Are Found in a Basement—Two Starving, Another Dead. Why Did No One Hear Their Cries?
Daniel Day-Lewis—Actor, Cobbler, Man of Mystery—Sparks Gangs of New York
Singer Roberta Flack Sheds 32 Lbs. with An Unusual Injection Therapy
Bags of Fun
Inspired by Her Mother's Elegance, Lulu Guinness Arms Hollywood with Her Sophisticatedly Witty Purses
Joanna Tonetti Says Her Ex Kidnapped Her Kids—and That Saudi Officials Helped
Forging Famous Painters' Works Made John Myatt a Convicted Felon—and Then a Hot Property
Hall of Shame
With 15,000 Slavery-Related Relics, James Petty Aims to Found America's First Museum of Human Bondage
Four Hours of Homework for a Third Grader? Exhausted Kids (and Parents) Fight Back
Norwalk Virus Roils the Cruise Business—and, An Expert Says, Could Come to a Theater or Daycare Center Near You
Get Outta Town!
In Aspen, If You've Got a Boo Boo, Have a Bou Bou: a Guide to Celeb Getaways, from Mauritius to the Dracula Club
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