This Week on People.com
updated 07/07/2003 AT 01:00 AM EDT
•originally published 07/07/2003 AT 01:00 AM EDT
Blushing brides! Shocking star splits! Murder, mystery and betrayal! As PEOPLE gets set to celebrate its 30th birthday in early 2004, check out some of the magazine's most talked-about covers—and the stories behind them—from the past three decades.
The second of 10 children, outrageous actor-comedian Keenen Ivory Wayans (left) was raised in a strict household that maintained a 6 p.m. curfew and allowed very little television. TV's current highest-paid star, Ray Romano, got his start in stand-up comedy by trying to impress a date. Tyne Daly went back to school in 1991—to learn typing. Find out more about these celebrities and hundreds of others in our PEOPLE Profiles.
PEOPLE.com asked: Demi Moore and That '70s Show hunk Ashton Kutcher are causing a buzz in Hollywood with their unlikely romance. Do you believe it's for real?
Yes, their love is full throttle 21%
No, the public is getting "punk'd" 79%
PEOPLE ON TV THIS WEEK
CNN'S PEOPLE IN THE NEWS (July 4,3 p.m.; July 5,11 a.m., 5 p.m.; July 6, 7 p.m. ET) An in-depth look at Tommy Franks, the man who led the coalition forces to victory in Iraq and is now the chief authority in Baghdad.