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Mar 15, 2004
Vol. 61 No. 10
March 15, 2004
A Celebration of 30 Years of People, Coming April 12
An Inside Look at the Propping, Pampering and Partying Marathon That Is Oscar Weekend—with Candid Photographs Taken by Seven Celebs Armed with Digital Cameras
Smile and Say, 'Cheese'
Photographer Kevin Mazur's 'Never Badger or Embarrass' Rule Has Earned Him the Adoration of the A-List. He Shares with PEOPLE a Decade's Worth of Memories (And Some Celebrity Dish)
Oscar Jewels: Where Are They Now?
Some Pieces Were Snapped Up by the Stars Who Borrowed Them, Others Went to Wealthy Patrons—and a Few Are Still Waiting for a Good Home
What Was Up With...
We Solve the Biggest Head-Scratchers of the Show in Our Guide to This Year's Oscar Mysteries
Confessions of a Red-Carpet Widow
If You Go to the Oscars with a Big Shot, Be Prepared to Be Wowed—and Ignored
And the Award for Outstanding Last-Minute Stand-in Goes To...
And the Oscar Winners Go To...
First Stop: the Governors Ball, Where Starving Stars Fueled Up on Fine Fare, Toasted Their Wins and Prepped to Party All Night
What Did You Love and Loathe About the Big Night? People.com Tallies the Votes
Hey, Joe: Yes or No?
The Second Average Joe Ends with a Woman Alone, Her Chances for Love Endangered By...Fabio?
Sealed with a Kiss
Bachelorette Meredith Follows Her Heart—and Gets a Surprise Proposal
Who Am I? And Who Are You?
Amnesia Victim John Prigg Struggles to Regain His Memory, His Family, His Life
Second-Grade Teacher Victoria Knight-McDowell's Herbal Potion Turns Ka-Choos into Ka-Ching
Ten Months After a Woman's Disappearance, Police Find Her Body at the Ex-Home of Bogus Doctor Dean Faiello—and Arrest Him Poolside in Costa Rica
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Honey, You Walk Him
When Bailey Visits, He Turns Jim and Linda Sautner's Living Room into the Buffalo Wing
I Do, I Defiantly Do
Rosie O'Donnell Stands Up for Gay Marriage with Her Own San Francisco Nuptials
The High Cost of Winning
Millions of Americans Daydream About Hitting a Megamillion Jackpot—and Assume All That's Left Is to Live Happily Ever After. Or—As These Unlucky Lottery Winners Show—Divorce, Bankruptcy and (Gulp) Even Hit Men Could Follow
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