Red, White & True: Stars Celebrate the Fourth of July
40 years, 2,149 covers and 54,342 stories from PEOPLE magazine's history for you to enjoy
Jun 23, 2003
Vol. 59 No. 24
June 23, 2003
Prince Harry's Private Realm
He Paints. He Acts. He Polishes His Own Boots. He Digs Indie Rock and Halle Berry. and He's So Cute! On the Occasion of His Graduation from Eton College, Britain's Royal Renaissance Man Offers a Peek into His Life—and His Dorm Room
Facing Possible Jail Time, Martha Stewart Gives Up the Helm of the Company She Built but Rallies Her Fans and Keeps Her Trademark Cool
In a Rush of Nuptials, Four Celebrity Couples Say, 'I Do'
The Bride Says No
Nisha Sharma Stops Her Wedding—and Becomes a Symbol—over a $25,000 Dowry
Artist Spencer Tunick Gets 7,000 People in Barcelona to Bare All
Step Right Up!
Stars Raised $1.5 Million at the 14th Annual Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation Carnival in L.a.—and Found Nearly as Many Ways to Eat, Drink and Be Silly
Dumb and Dumberer's Eric Christian Olsen Climbs into Jim Carrey's Role
Rory Kennedy, RFK's Youngest, Confronts the AIDS Epidemic in An HBO Documentary
Daddy Day Care
More Men Ditch the Office for Full-Time Fatherhood—Barbies, Tantrums and All
Eddie Set, Go!
Army Veteran Mark Valley Gets His Marching Orders in TV's Keen Eddie
Narciso Rodriguez, a Kid from Newark, Takes Home Fashion's Oscar—Again
2 Fast 2 Furious 2 Scene Stealers
Model-Heiress Devon Aoki and Tough Guy Cole Hauser Soup Up Their Careers in the High-Octane Sequel
He's No Drain Surgeon—Yet. But Sho Yano, 12, Is About to Start Med School
Meow TV Aims to Please Felines. but Is It More Than a Fish Tank with Commercials?
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