Red, White & True: Stars Celebrate the Fourth of July
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Aug 23, 2004
Vol. 62 No. 8
August 23, 2004
Rick James: 1948-2004
After a Turbulent Life That Included Hit Songs, Great Clothes and Folsom Prison, the 'Super Freak' Singer Dies at 56
Paris's Wild Week
She's Still on the Mend from Her Breakup with Nick Carter and Those Still Unexplained Bruises, but Last Week, Paris Hilton Got Back to Normal as She Partied with Friends, Hung Out with An Ex, Showed Off Her Ferret and Misplaced Her Keys. And Then There Was the Burglary...
Did Love Last?
She's Free. He's of Age. Now Mary Kay Letourneau and Vili Fualaau Will Learn If They're Still Meant for Each Other
The Wonder Years Star Marries Childhood Pal
Confronting a Brother
What's It Like to Hear Your Brother Confess to Murder? A Nightmare—and a Relief, Say Lance and Scott Hacking
Henri Cartier-Bresson: (1908-2004)
A Shy Frenchman with a Genius for Capturing An Instant in Black and White, the Pioneering Photojournalist Said 'Yes' to Life in Every Picture
$5 Billion* Men
*If the Stock Sale Goes Their Way, Google's Goofy, Fun-Loving Founders, Sergey Brin and Larry Page, Stand to Make the Kind of Cash Most Computer Geeks Can Only Dream Of. How Did They Get Here?
An Auction of Johnny and June Carter Cash's Prized Possessions, Set for Sotheby's Sept. 14-16, Reveals the Man in Black's Taste for the Ornate
The Laci Trial: Star Witness
Scott Peterson's Ex-Lover Amber Frey Electrifies His Murder Trial with Tales of Wine, Roses—and Deceit
Makeover Hits & Misses
From Fake Snow in the Bedroom to a House That Almost Doubled in Size, Home Renovation Shows Can Bring Joy or Disaster. Here's How Three Families Responded After the Cameras Left
Let's Get Ready to Tumble! This Year's Pixie Chick Goes for the Gold Ring
They Bring Water to Africa, Hope to the Sick and Homeless, Technology to the Poor. And They're Just Children—Proving That Big Hearts Come in Small Packages
Some Like It Hot
Carla Gugino (Yes, the Spy Kids' Mom] Turns Broadway Bombshell to Channel Marilyn Monroe
The Apprentice's Bill Rancic: A Day in the Life
Reformed Punk'd Prankster Dax Shepard
Turning the Tables
Jenn Schefft, Andrew's Ex, Gives Love Another Try as TV's Newest Bachelorette
Ten Weeks, 28 Cities, a Bus That Gets Seven Miles to the Gallon and a Pop Star Who Can't Live Without His PB & J: Welcome to Usher's Rented $750,000 Rolling Bachelor Pad. Is He Having the Time of His Life? Oh 'Yeah!'
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