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
May 10, 2004
Vol. 61 No. 18
May 10, 2004
Keeping Kids Safe Online
The Mother Lode
Can't Bring Yourself to Send yet Another Bouquet of Flowers? Treat Her to Some of the Season's Fresh Crop of DVDs, CDs and Books
One of a Kind
Football Star, Army Ranger And, Most of All, His Own Man: Friends and Coaches Remember Pat Tillman, Killed on Patrol in Afghanistan
Sea-Worthy Stars Join Katie Couric Aboard the Lavish Queen Mary 2 for Broadway Tunes and a Very Personal Cause
Ketchup Heiress Teresa Heinz Kerry Takes on Her Biggest Role Yet: Helping Her Husband Win the White House
An Artistic Collaboration with Photographer Steven Klein
That Smile, Those Eyes! Top Plastic Surgeons and Dermatologists Reveal Which Celebs Their Patients Want to Look Like
Who Loves Ya, Baby?
Stars Unblushingly Reveal Their Picks for the Fairest of Them All
Some We Know, Some Are New, but the People on These Pages Are All...
Four Freshly Minted Catwalk Queens and a Miss Golden Globes—for These Graceful Young Women, Beauty Runs in the Family
A Beauty Formula?
Can Beauty Be Measured Mathematically? Absolutely, Says One Top Surgeon. See How Reality-TV Divas and Red-Carpet Dazzlers Compute
Hey, Good Lookin'! What You Got Cookin?
Five Delicious Chefs Share a Few of Their Favorite Recipes
Selling 'Jars of Hope,' Estée Lauder Built a $10 Billion Beauty Empire
Filming Ocean's Twelve on Location in the Windy City, Cast Members George Clooney, Julia Roberts, Brad Pitt and Matt Damon Mingled with Fans Fielded Proposals and Discovered That Chicago Was Their Kind of Town
Free for All
Got a Used Hot Tub to Unload? or a Stuffed Armadillo? Givers Find Takers on Deron Beal's "Freecycling" Web Site
Go Ahead, Bug Me
Warwick Vardy, Moviedom's Premier Insect Wrangler, Scours the Globe for Six-Legged De Niros
How Diddy Do?
Actually, Not So Badly. Despite the Mixed Reviews, Sean 'P. Diddy' Combs Survives His Broadway Bow
Hype, Art and Lawyers
Ben Valenty Made Fast Cash Promoting Child Prodigies. Some Parents Now Say He Also Ripped Them Off
On a Mexican Beach and in Downtown Boston, Two Power Couples—One Hollywood, One Big Business—Tie the Knot
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