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Apr 05, 2004
Vol. 61 No. 13
April 05, 2004
30 Years of People
Why Did Julie Take Her Life?
Julie Woodward Killed Herself a Week After Starting on Antidepressants. Was It the Pills? Growing Fears Prompt An FDA Warning and An Inquiry
Missy Elliott Kicks Back on Her Customized Tour Bus. Beyoncé Cuddles with Her Shih Tzu Munch-Munch. Alicia Keys Chills Out by Playing Her Keyboard. An Intimate Backstage Peek at the 24-City Ladies First Road Show. Says Beyoncé: 'It's Such a Blessing That We're Touring Together'
Love on the Rocks
In New York City, Courtney Love Goes Topless at Wendy's, Injures Two People, Gets Jailed and Loses It on Letterman—All in 36 Hours
Shopping for Support
Martha Stewart Puts on a Brave Face—and Fans Pull Out Their Credit Cards
His Marriage to Uma Thurman Finished, Taking Lives Star Ethan Hawke Opens Up About What Went Wrong
J.J. Jackson (1941-2004)
The Pioneering Veejay Gave Millions Even More Reason to Want Their MTV
With His Bawdy New CD, 'N Sync's JC Chasez Sings the Praises of Going Solo, in Music and in Love
Killed for Thrills?
Gary Hirte Is a Homegrown Hero in His Small Town. Which Is Why Everyone Was Shocked When Police Named Him the Only Suspect in a Grisly Murder
CSI: Las Vegas
Watching Crime Shows Does Pay: Amateur Detective Conrad Malsom Helps Nab the Ohio Sniper Suspect in Nevada
Robin Quivers, Sidekick to Howard Stern, Says a No-Food Regime Cured Her Aches—and Zapped 70 Lbs.
After Her Daughter's Murder, Erin Runnion Creates a Neighborhood Patrol Network to Watch Over Children
Back to Life
Alber Elbaz Turns An Old Design House into the Toast of the Fashion World—and the A-List
CSI's Eric Szmanda
An Auction Uncovers Katharine Hepburn's Rich Life
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