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Feb 06, 2006
Vol. 65 No. 5
February 06, 2006
It's Snow Time!
At This Year's Sundance Film Festival, Stars Hit the Slopes, Loaded Up on Freebies, Partied Hard And, Oh Yeah, Took in a Few Movies
'I've Had Bad Days'
She's Eating, Drinking—and Smoking. Isabelle Dinoire Breaks Her Silence About Her History-Making Operation
How to Recover from the Bitter Taste of Defeat? These American Idol Rejects Open Up About Their Brush with Shame
Hard & Deadly Work
The Pay Is Decent—or It's the Only Gig in Town. But Two Recent Mining Tragedies Serve as Reminders of the Men and Women Across the Country Who Risk Their Lives Just by Showing Up at Work
Chris Penn Dies at 40
Sean Penn's Brother Is Found in His Santa Monica Home
Before They Were Stars: Grey's Anatomy
They Make Up One of TV's Sexiest Ensembles, but the Hot Docs of Seattle Grace Hospital First Displayed Their Vital Signs as Up-and-Comers in a Variety of Venues
She Does 800 Sit-ups a Day, Blasts Down Icy Slides—and Tells One Heck of a Bedtime Story. Call Her Mommy Fastest
The Kid Stays in the Picture
Shirley Temple Black—Set to Be Honored by Her Fellow Actors—Looks Back on An Extraordinary Life
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