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‘Getting ready...’ —ADELE, sharing a photo of her pretour gym prep, on Instagram
‘Would I call myself the Mother Teresa of talk shows? The Dalai Lama of daytime? No. But I’m sure someone out there has.’ —ELLEN DEGENERES, accepting honors for favorite humanitarian, at the People’s Choice Awards
—MARIAH CAREY, showing off a vacation snap, on Instagram
‘Nothing has changed and everything has changed, but it’s not different.’
What did you enjoy most about voice acting? You don’t have to look good. You can just show up looking like a slob—it’s fun. I’m excited to show the movie to the kids in my life.
—SANDRA BULLOCK, on welcoming 3-year-old daughter Laila into her family, to Access Hollywood
‘That moment before the perfect instagrammable pic. #wedgiewednesday’ —LUPITA NYONG’O, taking in the Dominican Republic scenery, in a cheeky Instagram post
‘Love conquers all.’ —MADONNA, sharing an old family photo amid her custody battle with exhusband Guy Ritchie over 15-year-old son Rocco, on Instagram
‘I’m being used, man! What can I say?’ —JUSTIN BIEBER, jokingly addressing romance rumors about Kourtney Kardashian, on The Bert Show
What inspired your upcoming directorial debut, Half Magic? I went through this breakup, and I was lying in bed, kind of depressed, and decided to write a script and just laugh at all the stupid things I’ve done in relationships. Not only me but my friends as well, so I just started writing this story to crack myself up. What are you doing when you’re not working? I’m sort of trying to cook, spend time with friends and sleep. I think sleeping is really good. —KARA WARNER
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The actress, 45, lends her voice to the animated adventure ﬁlm Norm of the North, in theaters Jan. 15
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His story became the TV hit Making a Murderer. Now the world is asking if a man was wrongly convicted —and who really murdered Teresa Halbach.
Golden Globes Leo won, J.Law and A.Schu united, and Ricky didn’t hold back. Inside Hollywood’s wildest party!
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70 COVER STORY Inside the murder case at the center of the Netﬂix hit Making a Murderer 95 In a new memoir, restaurateur B. Smith and her husband, Dan Gasby, open up about her early-onset Alzheimer’s disease
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Terminally ill Julianna Snow, 5, says she’d rather go to heaven than the hospital.
Seeking Justice MAKING A MURDERER—NETFLIX’S
blockbuster docuseries about the 2007 trials of Steven Avery and his nephew Brendan Dassey—has many viewers convinced that the two men were wrongfully convicted, and possibly framed, by Wisconsin law enforcement. In this week’s
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Teresa Halbach in 2002, shortly before graduating from the University of WisconsinGreen Bay. Three years later she was murdered.
cover story, put together by People’s crime editor Alicia Dennis and her extraordinary team, we focus on Teresa Halbach, the 25-year-old victim who has sometimes been overshadowed by the controversy and mystery surrounding the series and reveal new details about the case, including evidence that the prosecutor says was omitted from the series. Netﬂix’s timing is impeccable, launching it at a time when Americans seem to be especially skeptical and concerned about the efficacy and honesty of our legal system, government and the media. In addition to Making a Murderer, Hollywood is offering us catharsis with a slate of fact-based movies. We see the House Un-American Activities Committee destroy the lives of Hollywood artists in Trumbo. We see the U.S. government fail to provide adequate protection for its diplomatic compound in Benghazi in the new ﬁlm 13 Hours. We see Wall Street greed running unchecked and leading us
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into the 2008 ﬁnancial crisis in The Big Short. We see authorities turn a blind eye to a network of pedophile priests in Spotlight. But when we watch these stories unfold, we’re not just looking to be outraged or demoralized. We’re also looking for heroes and seekers of truth, even when they’re hard to ﬁnd. Making a Murderer has everyone talking and debating, because no matter how cynical we become, we never lose hope that justice can be served.
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SCENE-STEALERS Top left: Amy Schumer and her sisters—her real-life sibling Kim Caramele and Trainwreck sis Brie Larson, who won Best Actress in a motion picture drama for Room—shared a pre-Globes laugh. Top right: Jamie Foxx, Sanaa Lathan and Chanel Iman snapped a selﬁe before partying at the Weinstein Co. and Netﬂix bash. Below: Brad Pitt, ﬂying solo as wife Angelina ﬁlmed in Cambodia, reunited with his two-time costar Cate Blanchett.
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BIG WINNERS Leonardo DiCaprio was king of the world again, named Best Actor in a drama for The Revenant, which also snared the top movie prize. “People are talking about it for good reason,” he said of the ﬁlm’s infamous bear-attack scene. Other victors: Steve Jobs’s Kate Winslet, Empire’s Taraji P. Henson and The Martian’s Matt Damon.
GLOBES! FLIRTING! INSIDE HOLLYWOOD’S BIG NIGHT
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BEST DRESSED THESE 8 STYLE STARS WERE WINNERS FROM THE MINUTE THEY HIT THE RED CARPET
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The celestial sequin embellishments and deep V on the actress’s Zuhair Murad Couture gown (paired with Lorraine Schwartz jewels) made for the perfect out-of-thisworld look.
The award for most creative cutouts goes to...this silk Dior Haute Couture! The Best Actress winner paired the bold column gown with dazzling jewels by Chopard, including a 157carat collar necklace.
“You don’t have to show skin to be sexy,” says stylist Leslie Fremar of the custom sapphire Tom Ford gown she styled with Chopard jewels. The asymmetrical neckline is a “modern twist on a choker, but it’s all connected.”
The star’s velvet Valentino Haute Couture gown, teamed with Fred Leighton 19th-century jewels, mixed demure (those dainty shoulder ruffles) with daring (that eyepopping neckline!).
This Giambattista Valli Haute Couture gown “was so different than anything I’ve ever done,” the star said. But the rest was classic J.Lo: She wore over 200 carats of Harry Winston diamonds, plus a Judith Leiber crystal clutch.
The unique Imperial Roman coins on Wilde’s stunning Bulgari necklace complemented her custom wine-colored Michael Kors Collection gown, which was covered with more than 3,000 hand-sewn sequins.
The Best Actress winner’s Calvin Klein Collection design was sculpted to the star’s body. “I feel protected, like I’m in a hug, like I have Joan of Arc armor on,” she said. Tiffany & Co. jewels completed the look.
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No one loved the cinched-waist on this Zac Posen gown (paired with Neil Lane jewels) more than the actress herself. “I didn’t really have to lose any weight or do anything for it because everything’s hidden underneath the dress!” she says.
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GLAMOROUS WHITE GOWNS
THE NIGHT’S BIG COLOR TREND WAS NO COLOR AT ALL
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S Laverne Cox in a custom Elizabeth Kennedy gown, Lorraine Schwartz jewels and a Nathalie Trad clutch.
in a Stella McCartney gown and bag with Kimberly McDonald for Gemﬁelds earrings.
in a custom Louis Vuitton gown and ﬁne jewelry.
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S Saoirse Ronan in an Yves Saint Laurent gown and Chopard jewels.
S Jane Fonda in an Yves Saint Laurent Couture gown and cape, Chopard jewels and a Charlotte Olympia clutch.
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S Alicia Vikander
To kick off awards season, Best Actress nominee Ronan, 21, and her stylist Elizabeth Saltzman wanted a look that felt like a “fresh start.” Enter this ivory goddess gown. “For a while we loved print, color and a bit of whimsy,” says Saltzman. But this design felt “cool,” she explains. “This is the ﬁrst time that she’s worn this type of gown. It was just simple and not trying too hard.” And how did Ronan feel about her streamlined style? “She loved it. She was happy.”
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THESE STARS HAVE MORE IN COMMON THAN THEIR NAMES—THEY ALL SHOWED UP IN SHADES RANGING FROM BUBBLE GUM TO BLUSH!
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S Kate Bosworth W Katy Perry in a Prada gown and Harry Winston jewels.
in a Dolce & Gabbana gown and Norman Silverman Diamonds.
in a custom Givenchy Haute Couture gown and Tiffany & Co. jewels.
in a Michael Kors Collection gown and Forevermark jewels.
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For her ﬁrst trip to the Globes, the superstar enlisted top Hollywood stylist Leslie Fremar, who works with Reese Witherspoon, to ﬁnd the perfect dress. “I think she was looking to do something different,” says Fremar, who had only about ﬁve days to wrangle this custom Prada. It was simple by the singer’s standards, but it did have a Perry-esque touch in the form of a playful bow. “Even though the front’s so sexy, the back makes it feel a little sweet,” says Fremar.
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AMY AND J.LAW’S BIG NIGHT Amy Schumer lost to pal Jennifer Lawrence (who nabbed comedy acting honors for Joy), but the two had a blast presenting together and snapping selﬁes with stars like America Ferrera and Eva Longoria (below left). Schumer brought her sister Kim Caramele—and her new boyfriend, Chicago-based furniture designer Ben Hanisch. “We’re in love,” Schumer gushed to People. “It’s really exciting.” (Below, her preand postshow Instagrams with her family and Hanisch.)
FROM BACKSTAGE TO THE PARTIES, THESE STARS GOT THE NIGHT’S BIGGEST BUZZ
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SEEING EYE TO EYE Presenters Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg got one more night’s use out of their New Year’s Eve glasses.
SNACK ATTACK Room winner Brie Larson Instagrammed this shot with Katy Perry after the singer smuggled In-N-Out burgers to their table.
ANIMAL MAGNETISM DiCaprio’s Wolf of Wall Street costar Jonah Hill paid silly homage (with Channing Tatum’s help) to the bear who mauls Leo in The Revenant.
TITANIC REUNION! After DiCaprio won, Kate Winslet raced over to congratulate him. The two have stayed close. “She’s my favorite actress in the industry,” DiCaprio told ET.
SIDE-EYE SITUATION DiCaprio reacted after Lady Gaga bumped his shoulder, and the moment went viral. He told ET, “I just didn’t know what was passing me—that’s all!”
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COOKIES FOR EVERYONE! Taraji P. Henson gave out her Empire character’s namesake treats. “When they called my name I was like . . . I should hand them out,” she said.
STEALTH SWEETHEARTS “It’s surreal to be here,” said Danish Girl star Alicia Vikander (on a rare public date with boyfriend—and fellow nominee— Michael Fassbender, plus her mom).
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IN STYLE & WARNER BROS. PARTY
PROUD DAD Creed winner Sylvester Stallone celebrated with his leading ladies (from left): daughters Sophia and Sistine, wife Jennifer Flavin and daughter Scarlet.
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STAR PAIRINGS (From left) Steve Jobs’s Kate Winslet and Michael Fassbender; Jennifer Lopez and boyfriend Casper Smart; TV-drama winner Mr. Robot costars Rami Malek and Christian Slater.
ORANGE CRUSH Amy Adams and her Atelier Versace gown made a bold entrance at the Aquaﬁnasponsored affair.
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DATE NIGHT an Tatum Channing and Jenna Dew struck a pose.
SUGAR AND SPICE Kylie Jenner and Kourtney Kardashian shared a sisters’night out.
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Subject to certain required showings, the Settlement provides for reimbursement of: (1) actual, unreimbursed losses resulting from Identity Theft/Misuse as a direct result of the SPE Cyberattack (claim deadline December 31, 2017) and/or (2) actual, unreimbursed costs (including for time expended) incurred between November 24, 2014 and October 19, 2015 for measures taken to avoid Identity Theft/Misuse resulting from the SPE Cyberattack (claim deadline April 23, 2016). See the Settlement Agreement and the claim forms for more information.
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tŚĂƚĂƌĞŵǇƌŝŐŚƚƐ͍ If you do nothing, you will be bound by the Settlement. If you want the right to sue SPE yourself, you must exclude yourself from the Settlement by March 9, 2016. If you stay in the Settlement, you may object to the Settlement or Class Counsel’s fee application. The deadline to object is March 9, 2016. The Court will hold a hearing in this case on April 6, 2016 at 10:00 a.m. to consider whether to approve (1) the Settlement and (2) attorneys’ fees, expenses, and costs, and service awards. You may appear at the hearing, but you don’t have to. You will be represented by Class Counsel or you may hire your own attorney at your expense. For more information about the Settlement, the claims process, information about how to exclude yourself or object, or to review Class Counsel’s fee application when it is filed, go to www.CyberattackSettlement.com or call toll free 1-855-907-3142.
FLIRT ALERT Orlando Bloom and Katy Perry chatted for nearly half an hour at the Fiji Watersponsored event.
RED REUNION Former costars Morgan Freeman and Helen Mirren shared a sweet moment.
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ALTAR-BOUND Blindspot’s Jaimie Alexander and ﬁancé Peter Facinelli are toying with “something kind of wild and fun” for their wedding.
THE FRIES HAVE IT Bring on the carbs! Zendaya chowed down on the party’s hot app— Fatburger french fries. Her party date? Her dad, Kazembe Coleman.
MUSIC TO THEIR EARS Mozart in the Jungle stars Gael García Bernal, Lola Kirke and Jason Schwartzman celebrated. “I’m beyond words,” Bernal said of the show’s two wins.
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GETTING A LEG UP Transparent’s Judith Light, creator Jill Soloway and Emily Robinson got comfy.
You don’t know the half of it.
JOHN TRAVOLTA IS ROBERT SHAPIRO SARAH PAULSON IS MARCIA CLARK CUBA GOODING, JR. IS O.J. SIMPSON COURTNEY B. VANCE IS JOHNNIE COCHRAN DAVID SCHWIMMER IS ROBERT KARDASHIAN
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GOLDBEENS GLO 2016 GOLDEN GIRL Lady Gaga cozied up to her American Horror Story: Hotel creator Ryan Murphy. “I’m ﬂoating,” Gaga said of her big win.
GOOD VIBRATIONS Love & Mercy nominee Paul Dano and girlfriend Zoe Kazan hit the Heinekensponsored party.
HAN’S DUO After announcing the Best Movie Drama award for The Revenant, Harrison Ford chatted with Ryan Gosling (“I’d love to get together,” said Gosling) before rejoining wife Calista Flockhart.
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CHEEKY BRITS After zinging stars from the stage, host Ricky Gervais got tough with Game of Thrones alum Sean Bean.
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THREE’S COMPANY TV MVPs Niecy Nash (Getting On), Regina King (The Leftovers) and Viola Davis (How to Get Away with Murder) shared laughs and lively conversation.
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INSIDE HIS FIRST DAYS AT SCHOOL! BY SIMON PERRY
THERE WERE NO TEARS, NO PLEAS TO STAY HOME and hardly a backward glance at Mom and Dad. When 2-year-old Prince George started preschool on Jan. 6, he did so with the conﬁdence of a king-intraining. Speaking with well-wishers outside a church service on Jan. 10, Princess Kate shared her pride. “She said he went off to school bravely as
anything and thoroughly enjoyed it,” said Arthur Coxon, a retired Royal Navy lieutenant commander who attended a military ceremony alongside the royals near the church. Adds a Palace source: “The ﬁrst day went well.” The milestone was the biggest one yet for George, who is enrolled at Westacre Montessori PEOPLE January 25, 2016
READY TO GO In George’s backpack? Likely indoor shoes, a spare set of clothes and a snack, says Livingston.
for 27 The school nverted kids, in a co just s chapel, cost $48 a day.
Educating a Future King When William started at Mrs. Mynors’ in 1985, he became the ﬁrst royal in centuries to attend preschool outside Buckingham Palace—a shift pushed by Princess Diana. He and brother Prince Harry later attended the exclusive Wetherby pre-prep school in London. William and Harry at Wetherby in 1989 with mom Diana.
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School in Norfolk, a short FEATURES ‘A LOT responsibilities. His OF FOCUS ON teachers “will help show drive from Prince William INDEPENDENCE him how to hang up his and Kate’s country AND HELPING coat and bag and how to mansion Anmer Hall. The CHILDREN cozy school “is the ideal ﬁt DO THINGS FOR put on his indoor shoes,” THEMSELVES says Livingston. “Gradually for him in terms of AND MAKE he will be able to do those education, the feeling, the THEIR OWN things as he chats to his teachers and the location,” DECISIONS’ friends in the cloakroom.” says the Palace source. —LIVINGSTON But the little prince may Like William’s ﬁrst get a break from the preschool school, Mrs. Mynors’ Nursery grind soon if William and Kate take in London, Westacre follows the their annual winter vacation to method pioneered by Italian Mustique, with George and educator Maria Montessori. The 8-month-old Princess Charlotte program features “a lot of focus on independence and helping children expected to come too. Then the royal parents will be back to public do things for themselves and make duties, “picking up where they left their own decisions,” says Louise off last year,” says the Palace source. Livingston, director of training at For Kate, 34, that means focusing the Maria Montessori Institute, on children’s mental health, while where several of the teachers at William, 33, has been on the job as George’s school studied. Beginning a pilot with the East Anglian Air on his ﬁrst day, the royal toddler Ambulance. The biggest event on will be tasked with his own
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the couple’s calendar is to take place this spring, when William and Kate travel to India and Bhutan for a foreign tour. Unlike on their 2014 visit Down Under, when they brought George along, this time they will leave the kids at home. George, of course, is just warming up as a student—and if he follows William’s path, he’ll go to a pre-prep day school such as Wetherby to a boarding school such as Ludgrove. (William was just 8 when he left home!) In the meantime his royal education is underway. “Montessori focuses on the social development of a collaborative personality,” says Livingston. “Those are the sort of leaders we want in the future.”
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1/8/16 THE FUGITIVE
Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán Loera, a Mexican drug lord on the run since July, is nabbed after cops learn Penn interviewed him for Rolling Stone. (Penn has previously met with Hugo Chavez and Iranian leaders.)
The story drops; Penn credits actress Kate del Castillo with securing and translating the interview, in which he admits to passing gas in front of the fugitive.
1/9/16 THE REUNION!
Penn hosts his Help Haiti Home gala in L.A., arriving hand in hand with ex Madonna, who has defended him regarding old spousalabuse stories. “I love you, from the moment I laid eyes on you,” she said in her speech.
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WHO’S HEATING UP—AND WHO’S FIZZLED OUT!
Kendall Jenner & Harry Styles Khloé Kardashian conﬁrmed that her model sister, 20, is dating the One Direction singer, 21, after the pair were seen kissing in St. Barts.
Rosie HuntingtonWhiteley & Jason Statham
It’s already over between the dad of three, 32, and the Swedish model. “Scott wants to work it out with Kourtney [Kardashian] to be a family again,” says a source.
Rupert Murdoch & Jerry Hall The media mogul, 84, and model, 59, hit the red carpet together at the Golden Globes—and then announced their engagement the next day.
Blake Shelton & Gwen Stefani Look who caught the bouquet! Stefani, 46, nabbed the ﬂowers alongside Shelton, 39, while attending the Jan. 9 Nashville wedding of Amanda Craig, Shelton’s hairstylist and co-owner of the Leigh, Edwards & Company salon. “Amanda threw the bouquet, and it hit Blake in the head and fell on the ﬂoor,” says a guest. “Gwen picked it up!” The Voice judges were among the 350 celebrants as Craig wed music merchandiser Joel Borski at the Loveless Barn.
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The English supermodel, 28, and action star, 48, revealed their engagement to People at the Golden Globes on Jan. 10— where the brideto-be showed off her stunning ring. Designed by Beverly Hills jeweler Neil Lane, the ring features a ﬂawless early-20th-century diamond from Lane’s archival collection. The couple, who have been dating for ﬁve years, shared a romantic (proposal?) getaway in Thailand earlier this month.
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She used to sell washing machines. “I was an expert in home appliances. I was like, ‘Do you want to know about Dyson, Hoover or a Miele washing machine? I’m your girl!’ I was really good at it too!”
She doesn’t watch scary movies. “I love making horror, but I’m terriﬁed of watching it. I get freaked out! I think it’s also to do with the fact that I work in it so much now, I really just have to watch silly things.”
Seeing Michael Bolton once brought her to tears. “I had an obsession with Michael Bolton. When I was 21, I was waitressing and I waited on him, and I started crying. Pretty embarrassing!”
She’s seen every episode of Breaking Bad—twice. “It was even better the second time around!” THE LIE 4. “I’m an overall TV lover, but I haven’t seen Breaking Bad! That’s my next binge.”
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BABY NEWS The Americans’ Keri Russell, 39, is expecting a child with boyfriend and costar Matthew Rhys, 41. She has two kids, River, 8, and Willa, 4, from a previous marriage. Former Bachelorette Ali Fedotowsky, 31, is expecting her ﬁrst child with her ﬁancé, TV and radio host Kevin Manno, 32. The couple got engaged last September. Liv Tyler,
executive actions to combat gun violence on Jan. 5. The controversial plan includes background checks and access to mental-health care. During his speech, the President teared up while discussing the 2012 Sandy Hook shooting.
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Jersey, died in his home in Glendale, Calif., on Jan. 10 at the age of 31. The cause of death was unknown at press time. Pat Harrington Jr., 86— best known for playing Schneider on One Day at a Time—died in L.A. on Jan 6. of complications from Alzheimer’s disease.
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Cancer has had a huge impact on me personally, having lost my husband, Jay, in 1998 from colon cancer and my sister Emily two years later from pancreatic cancer. I think the most powerless feeling you have is not being able to help someone you love conquer this disease. After I lost Jay and Emily, I felt that I had an extraordinary platform from which I could educate people and create awareness and raise money to help ﬁnd a cure for this insidious and cruel disease. With Stand Up to Cancer’s fund-raising efforts, more than $360 million has been pledged to research. Cancer rips people away from the lives that they could have had. I’m incredibly motivated to do anything I can to prevent that from happening For more information, go to to other people. —REPORTED BY CHRISTINA DUGAN
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38, is expecting her second child with her ﬁancé, sports agent David Gardner. They have a son together, Sailor, 11 months. Tyler also has a son, Milo, 11, from her ﬁrst marriage. On Jan. 6 the Real Housewives of Atlanta’s Kandi Burruss, 39, welcomed her second child—a son named Ace Wells—with her husband, TV producer Todd Tucker. She has a daughter, Riley, 13, from a previous relationship.
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Important Safety Information If you have an allergic reaction or a severe rash with Tamiflu, stop taking it and contact your doctor right away. This may be very serious. People with the flu, particularly children and adolescents, may be at an increased risk of seizure, confusion, or abnormal behavior early during their illness. Let your doctor know if you are pregnant, nursing, have heartproblems, breathing problems, a What is Tamiflu? TAMIFLU is a prescription medicine used to treat the ﬂu (inﬂuenza) in people 2 weeks of age and older who have had ﬂu symptoms for no more than 2 days. TAMIFLU may also prevent the ﬂu in people who are 1 year of age and older. It is not known if Tamiﬂu is: •
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Wealth and stealth (from left): Malin Akerman, Damian Lewis, Maggie Siff and Paul Giamatti.
Paul Giamatti and Damian Lewis square off in a game of cat and mouse and money DRAMA Robustly entertaining, Billions joins the company of hot-button movies like The Wolf of Wall Street, The Big Short and 99 Homes. These form a genre that could be called market porn: Who can resist a story about high-living, fast-hustle ﬁnanciers, enormous monetary stakes and colossal reversals of fortune? Billions— about the meticulously planned war waged by a U.S. attorney against a hedge-fund giant—has brilliantly cast two powerfully contrasting actors. Giamatti, the law’s man, is so uncompromising in his crabbed, splenetic intensity he’s oddly appealing. As the hedge-funder, Lewis can bank on his physicality, charm and equine smile; he’s so effortlessly attractive he’s not very trustworthy. Between them, these players own the world. You get to watch. (Showtime, Jan. 17, 10 p.m.)
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pıcks Cane mutiny: Jennings and Smith hit bumps in the road.
MAGNIFICENT MAGGIE Kids know her from Harry Potter, while adults savor her as Downton’s Dowager Countess. But Smith’s 60-year career ranges from The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie (’69) to Sister Act (’92).
From Brodie to Downton
Downton Abbey’s Maggie Smith drops the diamonds for a jewel of a r COMEDY/DRAMA No one wants the homeless Miss Shepherd (Smith) and her ratty van on their street. That’s doubly true for playwright Alan Bennett (Alex Jennings), as Miss Shepherd insists on using his toilet. Based on the real-life Bennett’s play about the odd woman who became a ﬁxture in his life, Lady lays bare how messy it is to be human and how vital it is to be seen. Both actors are darkly prickly, each hiding a secret self, but Smith is strikingly poignant. She won’t leave you either. (Jan. 15, PG-13)
Hannah James as a southern belle and Josh Radnor as a barely civil surgeon.
DRAMA The ﬁrst original American
series to premiere on PBS in years, this Civil War tale is about the doctors, nurses and wounded soldiers—from both sides—in a Virginia military hospital run by the prevailing Yankee forces. Mercy is informative, intelligent and a little creaky—in the not unpleasant way of old wooden ﬂoors. (PBS, Jan. 17, check local listings) 58
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Panic! At the Disco, Death of a Bachelor ALTERNATIVE Panic! began
as an emo-pop act, but the band has evolved into a solo project for frontman Brendon Urie. (And he’s married. See: album title.) But don’t panic! Urie still has a ﬂair for the dramatic, swapping guy-liner-streaked punk for swoon-inducing crooning. If he’s gone from emo mope to something like Sinatra cool, make no mistake: This is high-octane rock sure to pump you up.
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pıcks Nick Jonas continues the long tradition of Sesame stars.
Grover, Elmo and Oscar relocate—to the same beloved address FAMILY Hope is the thing with feathers—and Big Bird’s yellow plumes are both abundant and large. Which is a way of saying that the landmark children’s series, which premiered on PBS in 1969, is off to a promising start with its 46th season, now on HBO. (The episodes will be shown on PBS Kids in the fall.) The show hasn’t lost its sweet genius for infusing simple lessons with offhand ridiculousness. In a segment about shapes, Grover, as a pith-helmeted explorer, believes he’s found a pyramid. When Elmo corrects him—it’s a boulder, a sphere—Grover asks: “How can you say that? I just took a selﬁe.” (HBO, Jan. 16, 9 a.m.)
The Look of Silence
Director Joshua Oppenheimer is on a mission. In his Oscar-nominated documentary The Act of Killing (’12), he exposed perpetrators of the 1965 Indonesian genocide. This ﬁlm, short-listed for an Oscar nod, focuses on one of the victims. Optometrist Adi wants to know how his brother died, so he confronts suspects while testing their vision. Filmmaking One of the suspects doesn’t get more compelling or original in a ﬁlm that’s than this. (DVD available Jan. 12) literally visionary.
COUNTRY TJ Osborne’s gritty vocals and his sibling John’s rootsy riffs pack a one-two punch, melding harmonies with biting, bluesy grooves. Their debut album is ﬁlled with unexpected gems (including the Grammy-nominated “Stay a Little Longer”). This is music for lovelorn souls who could use a jolt of blistering guitar. You know who you are.
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FAMILY An enchant-
ed cookbook empowers three school besties—don’t you wish you could eat “brain-boosting Bolognese” before class?—but the recipes point toward deeper mysteries. Yum! (Launches Jan. 15)
Canadian Johnson is becoming a Nashville star.
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DRAMA Yes, it’s really
Tolstoy on Lifetime, and not Prosecuting Casey Anthony repackaged with the Battle of Austerlitz and society balls in St. Petersburg. And it’s good, thanks to a spirited, unstuffy young cast, notably Lily James (Cinderella) as adorable Natasha and Paul Dano (Love & Mercy) as hapless Pierre, Russian lit’s great late bloomer. (Lifetime, Jan. 18, 9 p.m.)
A new singer heading toward success COUNTRY For someone from Quebec, Johnson sounds pretty down-home, and with his brooding good looks and widow’s peak, he’s not hard to look at either. Johnson’s ﬁrst full-length album is refreshing and as seductive as the singer, especially on standouts like “Shady” and “She Moves.”
COMEDY Arriving at a murder scene, Detective Tribeca (Rashida Jones) is told the victim is an “old lady...shot to death or smothered with a pillow.” In fact, the woman isn’t dead, just waiting to be helped up. This cop spoof is like that—mindless, funny—and Jones has a nice way of crinkling her brow to express skepticism and stupidity. (TBS, Jan. 17, 9 p.m.)
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Rashida Jones with Hayes MacArthur as her new partner.
Love and death: Lily James and James Norton.
Robby Johnson, Don’t Look Back
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MEMOIR Paul Kalanithi chose medical school so he could explore “the question of what makes human life meaningful, even in the face of death.” He couldn’t know how soon that question would become urgently personal: At 36, a neurosurgeon-in-training, he was diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer. Kalanithi died at 37, but not before fathering an adored daughter with wife Lucy and writing this searching, exquisite, unforgettable memoir. Meaning, indeed.
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Eight years after Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey were convicted in the brutal murder of 25-year-old Teresa Halbach, a new NetďŹ‚ix series has thousands asking: Are the right men in prison?
he last time Teresa Halbach’s family saw the trailer of Steven Avery, whose family owns the her, it was a celebration. On Oct. 30, 2005, 40-acre salvage yard. “Teresa trusted the world the close-knit dairy-farming family from and never thought of anyone as a bad person,” St. John, Wis., gathered at Teresa’s grand- says Stumpf. “Ever since this happened, it has parents’ house for her grandfather’s 71st definitely changed my thinking now. You can’t birthday. A professional photographer, trust everybody. You have to be very careful.” Whom to trust is the core dilemma enmeshed Teresa “was always taking pictures of children and family,” recalls her aunt Kay in the complex murder case of Teresa Halbach— Giordana. But that night, Teresa sympathetically and a question that is now being asked far outside fussed over her grandmother’s ﬂaring back trou- the reaches of Manitowoc County. Today Avery, bles. “She was wishing her grandpa ‘Happy birth- 53, sits in Waupun Correctional Institution servday’ and asking her grandma to get better soon,” ing a life sentence with no chance of parole for Teresa’s murder. But the Netflix phesays her aunt Carol Stumpf. “That’s the Case Closed? nomenon Making a Murderer, a 10-part last time I saw her.” Avery (opposite, docuseries reexamining Avery ’s The following day Teresa kept three top inset) and nephew Dassey extraordinary prosecution, has hunappointments for her side job as a pho(bottom) are dreds of thousands of people nationtographer for Auto Trader magazine, serving life wide asking if law enforcement and the the last at Avery Auto Salvage in nearby sentences for courts got the wrong guy—again. Avery, Manitowoc County, and then vanished. Teresa’s murder. Both maintain after all, ﬁrst made national headlines The 25-year-old’s charred bones were their innocence. in 2003 when belatedly tested DNA evidiscovered Nov. 10 in a burn pit behind
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dence exonerated him of a rape conviction for which he had already served 18 years in prison. He became the inspiration for Wisconsin’s 2005 Criminal Justice Reform law, requiring interrogations to be videotaped and changing how DNA evidence is processed. Avery was in the middle of suing Manitowoc County, its former sheriff and its former district attorney for $36 million for his wrongful conviction when Teresa went missing. (From jail, he settled the suit for $400,000 in 2006.) Was evidence in her murder planted, as Avery claims, by a sheriff’s department bent on vindicating itself and proving him a violent criminal? “The reaction of most viewers is shock and outrage,” says Avery’s former defense attorney Jerry Buting. “The documentary shines a harsh light on the part of the criminal justice system most never
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see.” Among the most shocking allega- Trader assignment that day. According tions presented in the show: defense to prosecutors, Teresa had vowed not to claims that police planted Teresa’s go back to Avery Salvage after, months car key in Avery’s trailer and his blood earlier, Avery had greeted her at the in her car and coerced Avery’s then- door wearing nothing but a towel. 16-year-old nephew Brendan Dassey “Teresa told me, ‘He looks at me weird. He creeps me out,’” says her longtime into making a false confession. friend Gina Haring. But authorities insist ‘The right Authorities also take that Making a Murderer people know issue with thesympathetic ﬁlmmakers Moira Demos portrayal of Avery and a and Laura Ricciardi prethe truth... glossing-over of his past sented only a fraction of 100 percent offenses. He was convicted the evidence implicating Steven did it’ of burglary in 1981 and aniAvery and Dassey. In addi—KAY GIORDANA mal cruelty in 1982 for tion to what is seen in the dousingthefamilycatwith series, authorities also introduced evidence of Avery’s DNA gasoline and throwing it on a bonﬁre. Ten neighbors of the Avery family in being found on the hood latch of Teresa’s car—though Buting points out his Two Rivers, Wis., all speaking to People ﬁngerprints were not—and reports that on condition they not be named for fear Avery “targeted” Teresa, using a fake of retribution, were unanimous and name to trick her into taking the Auto vehement about Avery’s guilt. One man
Oct. 31, 2005 Freelance photographer Teresa Halbach, wearing blue jeans, a white button-down shirt and a jacket, leaves the home she shares with roommate Scott Bloedorn. She has three appointments to photograph vehicles for sale for Auto Trader magazine. The Avery Auto Salvage yard is her last stop of the day. A school bus driver says she sees Teresa taking pictures on the property around 3:30 p.m.
Nov. 3, 2005 Teresa’s parents, Tom and Karen Halbach, report Teresa missing. Her ex-boyfriend Ryan Hillegas and roommate Bloedorn help organize a search party of volunteers scouring the area.
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says the show raises doubts only for outsiders: “We hope Steven doesn’t get out because of this. Those of us who live here know that he’s guilty.” Filmmakers Demos and Ricciardi, who moved to Wisconsin and worked 10 years on the ﬁlm, say their only agenda “was just to get people talking.” That agenda seems to have been met: More than 500,000 people have signed online petitions demanding pardons for Avery and Dassey, now 26. Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker says he has a policy against pardons; the White House notes that President Obama has no authority over state cases. But the attention has won Avery, who maintains his innocenceand has been ﬁling his own appeals since running out of money, two new lawyers: TriciaBushnelloftheWisconsinInnocence Project and Kathleen Zellner, who specializes in wrongful convictions. Says Zellner: “Teresa Halbach’s killer is free.”
ticipate in the series, but the family the camera, and by the time she was 23 declined.) What those who knew Teresa she had started her own business, Phosee missing at the heart of the Making a tography by Teresa, while juggling as Murderer storm is that her life and light many jobs as she had to—at Subway, at were lost. “Teresa cared so much about the Picture People in the mall and for other people, and you could see it in her Auto Trader—in order to afford the photographs,” says one longtime friend world travel that she also loved. For all her wanderlust, Teresa was who, because of the anger provoked by the series, asks to remain anonymous. both a homebody who lived next door to her parents and a “bubbly” “Teresa made everyone and Torn Apart chatterbox whodidn’t walk up everything beautiful.” And Allan and to a friend so much as “come she was well on her way to Dolores Avery maintain their bebopping over,” says Haring, making her future. After gradson Steven a friend since kindergarten. uating from the University of (far right) WhenTeresa found a stray cat Wisconsin at Green Bay, and grandson Teresa decided to make a pro- Brendan (far left) staringat her ownfeline, Mila, were framed. through the window, she phofessionalgo of herhobby with “The cops should sit [in prison] for a while,” Dolores told ﬁlmmakers.
Teresa’s family does not agree. Stumpf
poses a rhetorical question for Avery, who declined his turn on the witness stand: “If you really are innocent, why didn’t you take the stand and tell your story?” For them, the series rubs salt in wounds that will never close. “It’s terrible,” Giordana says of re-traumatizing the Halbachs with what Teresa’s cousinin-law Jeremy Fournier calls a “so very one-sided” production. (Filmmakers say they invited the Halbach family to par-
Nov. 9, 2005 Authorities arrest Steven Avery for being a felon in possession of a ﬁrearm. The next day, the sheriff says a woman’s remains were found on Avery’s property. The FBI later conﬁrms it’s Teresa.
March 3, 2006 Authorities interrogate Avery’s 16-year-old nephew Brendan Dassey without his mother or attorney present. He confesses to helping Avery kill Teresa but later recants his story.
March 18, 2007 A jury convicts Avery of Teresa’s murder. Six weeks later Dassey is convicted of homicide. Both are sentenced to life in prison. Both have appealed their convictions without success.
Nov. 5, 2005 While searching the salvage yard, run by Steven Avery’s brothers Earl and Charles, Teresa’s cousin Pam Sturm and Sturm’s daughter ﬁnd Teresa’s SUV covered with debris.
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A Family’s Pain Teresa’s brothers (from left) Mike and Tim; sister Kelly; stepfather, Tom; mother, Karen; and aunt Kay Giordana were a stoic and regular presence in the front row for Avery’s trial.
tographed the quirky moment before adopting the stray and creating a 20-page picture book on the cats’ friendship. “Teresa did the neatest stuff,” says Giordana. AfterTeresa’sdeath,herfamilyfound a video she had made three years earlier. Hauntingly poignant, it shows Teresa speaking into the camera: “Let’s say I died tomorrow. I don’t think I will. I
think I have a lot more to do....I just want people I love toknow that wheneverIdied, that I was happy.” Her aunts surmise she made the video because her father died at age 31 and she wondered if she, too, would die young. “She was not in trouble,”saysGiordana.PearcePhotography owner Tom Pearce, for whom Teresa also worked, testiﬁed at trial that
she had been getting—and screening—“nuisance calls at all hours” from a repeat number she didn’t share with him. One time, two or three weeks before her murder, “she got this phone call,” Pearce testified, “looked a little upset and said, ‘Oh, not him again.’”
Could that “him” be a murderer still on
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the loose? Avery’s former defense attorney Dean Strang says, “The case still keeps me up.” Strang insists the storyDasseytoldwhenheconfessedto helping his uncle rape and murder Teresa isn’t plausible. “A socially immature, cognitively low-functioning 16-year-old who’s never had any sexual experience supposedly goes into his 43-year-old uncle’s trailer...takes off all his clothes, manages to get sexually aroused and assault a screaming, tied-down woman under the watchful eye of his uncle? That Missing Teresa didn’t happen.” Teresa is buried Strang also points to the lack beside St. John Church, where of physical evidence in Avery’s she never missed trailer, which Dassey described weekend Mass. as the murder scene. “Where’s Says a friend: all the blood?” says Strang. For“Teresa would say, ‘God is going mer prosecutor Ken Kratz disto protect you.’ ” misses that as irrelevant.
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After the 2010 sexting scandal ended his D.A. career (he blames prescription drugs, saying he’s now clean), Kratz started his own law ﬁrm. Business has suffered since the series:“The Avery case wasn’t on my mind. Now it can’t not be.”
To this day Teresa’s mother doesn’t talk publicly about her daughter’s death. “Karen has been through a lot,” says Teresa’s aunt Carol Stumpf. “She is a strong woman, andbelievinginGod...isprobably what helped her get through this.”
Kachinsky, who was Dassey’s ﬁrst attorney before he was dismissed for allowing his client to be questioned alone by investigators, was a co-partner at his law ﬁrm, Sisson & Kachinsky Law. A source at his ﬁrm says he is retiring.
Dassey’s mother is still ﬁghting for her son’s release and shares letters from him on her Facebook page. Along with husband Scott, she visits Dassey every week at Green Bay Correctional Institution, 40 miles from their home.
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Strang and Buting are still defense attorneys and occasionally visit Avery in prison together. Both hope new evidence could come to light with the case back in the spotlight. Says Buting: “Some interesting information is surfacing.”
Allegations by Avery’s defense team that Colborn planted key evidence to frame Avery have not affected his job: He still works for the Manitowoc County Sheriff’s Department, as a lieutenant with the detective division.
Avery’s girlfriend at the time of his arrest, Stachowski was arrested in 2006 for writing bad checks, in 2007 for disorderly conduct and in 2009 for bail-jumping and driving while her license was revoked. She’s single and living in Appleton, Wis.
The retired lab worker began writing to Avery while he was in prison, and they became engaged. Now, though, the two are just friends. “A prison relationship is hard to maintain,” she says. Still, “I can’t see him as a guilty person.”
“Brendan never said she was killed in the house,” says Kratz, who was forced to resign as prosecutor in 2010 for sexting a crime victim (see above). “It’s alwaysbeenmytheorythatwhenBrendan said, ‘I cut her on the throat,’ I suspect Brendan did little more than a superﬁcial cut.” But Richard Mahler,who was excused from Avery’s jury midway through deliberations because of a family emergency, insists, “The jury didn’t base their verdict on the evidence.” Says Mahler: “We had the father of a Manitowoc County sheriff’s deputy on the jury.”
And the legal battle continues. North-
western University’s Center on Wrong-
ful Convictions of Youth has taken Dassey’s case to federal court, arguing that investigators fed the boy facts and took advantage of his slow intellect. And Zellner, now on Avery’s case, says she intends to add him to her “long list of wrongful-conviction exonerations.” Already, new leads and “some interesting information is surfacing” thanks to the publicity, says Buting. It all buoys Avery, says his former fiancée Sandy Greenman, especially the messages of support from viewers of the docuseries. “Steven’s in a really good place,” she says. “It’s not just the [new] lawyer, it’s the people—it makes him smile.” Whatever legal maneuvers come, Teresa’s family appear determined to keep their focus on her memory. Sib-
lings, cousins, aunts and uncles all drive around Calumet County with “Live Life Like Teresa” bumper stickers. Come March 22 Teresa’s family will gather to mark what should have been her 36th birthday. Every year, says Stumpf, “they go out and celebrate for her.” And for those who were closest to Teresa, opinions about who killed her won’t bring her back. “Everyone watching the show is entitled to their opinions,” says Teresa’s college classmate Katie Uttech. “I just miss Teresa being around and not being able to make more memories together.” By Sandra Sobieraj Westfall and Tara Fowler. With KC Baker, Christine Pelisek, Jeff Truesdell and Kari Lydersen PEOPLE January 25, 2016
A Child’s Wish; Her Parents’ Agonizing Choice
A family makes the heartbreaking—and controversial—decision to let their terminally ill 5-year-old help decide how much treatment she receives
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n many ways Julianna Snow is a typical 5-year-old girl. She loves princesses and Disney movies, her favorite color is pink, and she’d rather play than do just about anything else. “Julianna has a huge imagination,” says her mom, Michelle Moon, as she helps Julianna arrange the plastic ﬁgurines in her toy palace. “She always has some sort of drama going—like one person isn’t listening or they’re arguing,” she laughs. “I try to get them to reconcile, but she wants to keep it going.” But Julianna is no ordinary little girl. She’s terminally ill with a rare, aggressive form of Charcot-Marie-Tooth Disease (CMT), a degenerative neuromuscular illness that has steadily robbed
her of her ability to walk, eat or even breathe on her own. Michelle, a neurologist, and her husband, Steve Snow, 38, an Air Force veteran (they also have a 7-year-old son, Alex), have tried everything to help her, including traveling from their home in Washougal, Wash., to Iowa to see Dr. Michael Shy, one of the world’s leading experts on CMT (cmtausa.org). “She has one of the worst cases I’ve ever seen,” says Shy, a neurologist at the University of Iowa. Last February, after a series of lengthy, torturous hospitalizations during which Julianna endured a regimen of painful treatments to clear her lungs of mucus, she and her mom began a series of extraordinary conversations about death. “Julianna made it clear to us that she does not want to
A Special Bond “I just want people to know who Julianna is,” says Michelle of her columns and blog (juliannayuri .com) about her daughter. “There’s so much she can teach us.”
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other children that choosing medical treatments cannotonlyextendourlivesbutimprovethequality of our lives,” says director Emily Wolinsky, 38, of Austin, Texas, who has Spinal Muscular Atrophy and is wheelchair-bound. “At ﬁrst it hurt me in a way I hadn’t been hurt before,” says Michelle. “I’m talking about the most painful thing in my life, and they’re judging me. I had to ignore it. Every parent who is in the awful situation of the death of your child before you, you are in hell.” Michelle also says her words have been wildly misinterpreted. “I want to make it clear these are not Julianna’s decisions or choices,” she says. “They are Steve’s and my decisions, but we look to Julianna to guide us.” Those who know Julianna say they understand. “I think she’s very capable of having input into the end of her life,” says Karla Langlois, a hospice nurse who has been working with the family since October 2014. “I don’t know that it’s appropriate for every child, but in this scenario it’s very appro-
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1. Julianna has a vivid imagination when creating adventures for her beloved cartoon characters. 2. Steve is the primary caregiver (with help from nurses), while Michelle works four days a week. “Julianna feels supported and loved and she’s thriving with that,” he says. 3. Multicolored manicures are a favorite activity. 4. Glenda the Good Witch, Snow White, Ariel and Sir Lancelot visited with Julianna in December.
go to the hospital again,” Michelle, 43, wrote last May in an essay entitled “My Daughter Wants to Choose Heaven over the Hospital” on themighty .com. “I do not think that she will survive another illness, especially without aggressive intervention. Julianna understands this too. We have had some remarkable, uncomfortable, humbling conversations about heaven.” Their talks were “so powerful” she felt they had to be shared, Michelle says. “I never expected anything to come of it.” And nothing did come of it initially. It wasn’t until cnn.com posted a two-part story about Julianna in October, with ethicists debating whether a 4-year-old child is capable of making such a lifeand-death decision, that her story made headlines across the world. Many wrote to Michelle offering support, but there was plenty of negative reaction as well. Perhaps most upsetting to Michelle was a new website from a group calling itself Dear Julianna, which featured photos of adults with neuromuscular diseases. “We wanted to show her and
priate.” Adds Dr. Shy: “My opinion is they really love their daughter, and they’re trying to do what’s best in a very difficult situation.”
J: Don’t worry. God will take care of me.” Julianna’s response was “very fast, very certain,” says Michelle. “She told us very clearly that she didn’t want to go.” As a result, she says, “we will most likely not take her back to the hospital again For Steve and Michelle their personal hell began if she gets sick. I can’t predict how things will when Julianna was 9 months old and still wasn’t unfold, but I know that we’ll look at the whole picable to move around on her own at all. “She could ture—and that means listening to her.” basically sit and that was it,” Michelle says. When In December Steve and Michelle’s worst fears she still wasn’t walking at 18 months despite both came true: Julianna caught a cold, her ﬁrst in more occupational and physical therapy, than a year. “She told us she didn’t Michelle knew something was terriwant IVs or NTs, and she didn’t want ‘No parent bly wrong. Tests on both parents to go to the hospital,” says Michelle. should be revealed that Steve carried a mild judged when “We told her we’re not going to go form of CMT—which is rarely fatal you want to go. And that you’re acting unless and virtually undetectable in most seemed to make her feel better.” After people. Doctors believe that, tragi- out of love with about a week, Julianna recovered— good, sound cally, the disease mutated into a more although she was weaker and strugaggressive form in Julianna (genetic medical advice’ gling to breathe a little bit more. For tests are pending). Michelle, knowingthat herlittleprin—MICHELLE MOON That finding led the couple on a cess’s next cold could be her last search for treatments they hoped would at least means holding on to every shining, golden moment. slow down the pace of her disease. But by the time “Everyone wants the miracle where she’s healed of Julianna was 2 years old—and still using a walker the disease and can walk,” she says. “But I think for even short distances—it was clear that they there are already miracles about this story.” would have to make some drastic changes in their lives to care for her. “She was becoming more and more fragile,” says Steve, who left the U.S. Air Force in March 2013 to care for her full-time. The family moved to Washington to be closer to his parents after Michelle found a job nearby. By far the worst times during those years were the 66 days Julianna spent in the pediatric intensive care unit in 2014, a mask over her face and mouth, struggling to breathe.What shehatedmost were the sometimes hourly naso-tracheal (NT) suctioning treatments, where a nurse would insert a catheter through her nose to clear mucus from her lungs. “She would cry silently,” remembers Michelle. “She didn’t have the strength to ﬁght.” After each hospital stay Julianna came home weaker than when she’d left. After her last, in October 2014, Michelle began talking to her about what they would do if she got sick again. “I’d say, ‘I know you hate going to the hospital, but isn’t that okay because you get better and can spend more time with us?’” recalls Michelle. “She would never answer. So last February I ﬁnally asked her: Me: Julianna, if you get sick again, do you want to go to the hospital again or stay home? J: Not the hospital. M: Even if that means that you will go to heaven if you stay home? J: Yes. M: And you know that Mommy and Daddy won’t come with you right away? You’ll go by yourself ﬁrst.
Family Forever For Michelle and Steve, who married in 2006, caring for Julianna has strengthened their bond. “We’ve had to lean on each other, trust each other and communicate about things that break our heart,” says Michelle.
“Working out has become a healthy addiction,” says Khloé (last fall). “It’s like buying your sanity!”
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The reality star lost more than 40 lbs. with a dairy-free diet and a ﬁerce commitment to the gym. But when her world was shattered after her ex Lamar Odom almost died of an overdose, she had to look inward to ﬁnd balance HAIR: JEN ATKIN/THE WALL GROUP; MAKEUP: JOYCE BONELLI; PROP STYLIST: CHARLOTTE MALMLOF; STYLIST: MONICA ROSE; RINGS AND EARRINGS: SHAY JEWELRY; BRACELETS: CARTIER AND SHAY JEWELRY
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here’s no doubting Khloé Kardashian’s dedication. Take her workout routine, for example: She has regular spin classes, 7 a.m. “sweat sessions,” grueling stair hikes and frequent training sessions with Gunnar Peterson. Indeed, over the past two years the onetime self-described “fat sister” of the Kardashian family has found her groove in the gym. Coupled with revamped eating habits, her commitment to ﬁtness has resulted not only in an enviably toned physique (she’s about 40 lbs. lighter), but in a clearer and calmer mind. “It really decompresses me,” the 31-year-old author of Strong Looks Better Naked told People of her newfound appreciation of ﬁtness. “I’m less combative and I have less anxiety.” In October her new outlook was put to the test when personal tragedy struck: Kardashian’s estranged husband, Lamar Odom, 36, suffered a near-deadly drug overdose. Kardashian, still technically married and in charge of his medical decisions, ﬂew to Odom’s side and didn’t leave the hospital for weeks. The solace and stability her physical routine provided was put on hold. “The gym had been my release, so mentally, that really took its toll,” she says. “But it wasn’t about me.” PEOPLE January 25, 2016
Now that Odom has stabilized (the former Lakers star was ﬁnally released from the hospital to a rehabilitation center this month), Kardashian is focused on the future. On Jan. 20 she’ll launch her new series Kocktails with Khloé on the FYI network, and she’s still seeing Houston Rockets star James Harden. (“We make it work,” she says of long-distance dating.) Kardashian says she’s also looking at the new year as an opportunity to get her ﬁtness routine—and her personal life—back on track: “I deﬁnitely realized the physical and the mental go hand in hand.” Last year brought a painful and emotional situation. How did it affect you?
‘I’ve learned to take care of myself. Sometimes I have to give myself my own pep talk’
Was it hard getting back into your routine?
I needed to ﬁnd my new normal and create that again. It was so hard to ﬁnd that rhythm. I realized my stamina was affected. During running drills, I was so out of breath compared to how I normally was. But I knew that
THE UP &DOWNS Hard Work, Big Payoff “I feel the best I've ever felt, physically,” says Khloé (in 2015). “There is so much negativity; you have to ﬁnd that release. I feel conﬁdent and more secure on my own two feet.”
Fit Family “Looking back, I was chubby, but my parents always made me feel beautiful,” says Khloé (far left, with her family in 1995). “I never considered myself fat until I went on TV.”
Loving Life—at Any Size “Lamar never ever talked about my weight,” says Khloé (at their 2009 wedding, and right, in a sexy photo shoot for her husband, nicknamed Candy Man, in 2010). “Lamar loved me for who I was.”
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“I was unhealthy,” says Khloé (in 2010) of the years before she found her routine. “I wasn’t aware that you have to take care of yourself from the inside out.”
Back in Action As Odom recovered, “I told myself, ‘You have to get back in the gym!’ ” says Khloé (in September).
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For the ﬁrst month I wasn’t even thinking about that. It was about Lamar, not me. But normally, when I’m going through stuff, I have my release of energy and stress at the gym. But I didn’t leave the hospital room for a month. I was just sitting
there—no hustle and bustle of life, no moving around. I wasn’t sleeping. I went a week without showering. Finally I was like, “Okay, I need to take a shower.” Just the little things make you feel so much better. We take for granted those little things. I had to just remember that even though something tragic was going on in my life, I still needed a few minutes. What about your diet? I eliminated the gym, but I was more aware of what I was putting into my body. I wasn’t letting it all go! Water ﬂushes you out and makes you feel better. In the hospital, all I drank was water. I was like a ﬁsh!
‘I don’t believe in one size ﬁts all. Beauty is not deﬁned by a number’
I worked so hard to get here, I couldn’t lose it! How do you feel now?
I’m getting back into my routine. I’m doing four days a week. I wish I was back to ﬁve days a week! I’m trying to get back there. How did cutting out dairy affect your weight?
When I lost 11 lbs. in one month, I didn’t want it to be true, because cheese was my vice! But my skin also got clearer, I had more energy, and I wasn’t congested. If I have a taste now, it’s crazy how quickly I feel like it does upset my stomach and I feel more sluggish. Your fridge is famously hyper-organized. Does that make healthy eating easier?
Yes! I always have healthy items available to me when I’m hungry, so it’s available quickly. I’d rather eat a cookie than cut up vegetables, but now I don’t have an excuse. What sorts of things do you stock?
I have sliced watermelon, pineapple. I’m a huge berry person. I like deli meats to eat as a snack. And I have individual hummus snacks that I prepack so I can eat on the go. And I buy organic, thanks to Kourtney! On the weekends, we take the kids to the local farmer’s markets. Do you still indulge?
I don’t deprive myself. I am still the person who is going to have a piece of cake, I just won’t have two of them! I started having long-term feelgood moments from the gym. You don’t have long-term feel-good moments from pizza. Do you feel pressure to be a certain size?
Beauty is personal. Just because someone else is 110 lbs. doesn’t mean that I’m made to be 110 lbs. I could be 150 lbs. and still be beautiful and the best I’ve ever looked!
KHLOE’S DIET PLAN The star shares exactly what she eats Breakfast
What She Cut
Salad with vegetables
Fresh fruit, protein shake
Chicken with vegetables and rice
A glass of champagne, slice of pizza or M&M’s
Dairy, junk food like nachos, cookies, candy
“You have to change your diet little by little. That’s why diets fail. I try to do lifestyle changes. For breakfast, I love eggs and oatmeal.”
“I always have a salad. If you watch Keeping Up with the Kardashians, all you see is my sisters Kourtney, Kim and me binging on salads!”
“I always have fruit around. And I have a protein shake on the car ride home from the gym. Otherwise I get cranky!”
“I eat chicken and vegetables with a sweet potato or rice as my carb. I’m not a pasta girl, and I don’t eat bread at night.”
“I’ll have a handful of M&M’s or a piece of pizza. If I drink, I have one or two glasses. It’s about understanding limitations.”
“I used to eat nachos with artiﬁcial cheese, and too many sweets. I had acne in my 20s.”
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He fused art, music and fashion into pure stardust. The lives, loves and last days of a true rock and roll hero
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he last time fans saw David Bowie, at the premiere of his Off-Broadway musical Lazarus on Dec. 7, he gave nosign ofthe battlehe was privately fighting. The rock icon watched raptly as Michael C. Hall portrayed the character he made famous in his ’76 ﬁlm The Man Who Fell to Earth and quietly left for a waiting car when the curtain fell. And if the man who once reinvented himself as an elegant character called the Thin White Duke seemed a little thinner, a touch paler, well, that was to be expected: A month shy of 69, he was about to release his 25th studio album, Blackstar. Only Bowie’s family and closest friends knew the truth, that he had cancer, the news reportedly delivered by doctors some 18 months earlier. The album would arrive to critical acclaim on Jan. 8, his birthday. Two days later he died, his wife of nearly 24 years, Iman, and his children, ﬁlmmaker son Duncan, 44, and daughter Alexandria, 15, said to be at his side. For a man who managed to let his work shine in the
spotlight and keep his private life an enigmatic distance from it, it was a ﬁtting exit.
To hear the name “Bowie” conjures
huge impression on me.”
1. Raised in Brixton, Bowie (around age 8) played the sax early on. 2. He promoted his hit single “Space Oddity” in 1969. 3. Bowie (in ’67) performed in bands around London before ﬁnding fame. 4. In 1971 he and ﬁrst wife Angie posed with son Duncan.
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images of the wild hair and makeup of his Ziggy Stardust days (see sidebar) and lyrical echoes of the musical experimentation that had him sharing the mic with everyone from Bing Crosby to Freddie Mercury. But it’s easy to forget how radical David Bowie was. Madonna’s constant gift for reinvention? She borrowed it from Bowie. Boy George and Prince’s gender-bending? Bowie did it first. Kanye West’s revolutionary music videos? Bowie pioneered the form. Wherever music (or fashion or art or movies) were going, Bowie, always, had already been. But that outsize persona—or personas, since Ziggy Stardust gave way to Major Tom, the Thin White Duke, Aladdin Sane and ultimately an elder statesman of rock—was one of the kindest, most down-to-earth of legends. “That’s the thing, you missed the person,” says Bowie’s 1990 tour director 4 Adrian Belew. “Even though he was such a superstar,therewas a person there, of course, and the person was just an amazing guy.” Born David Robert Jones in the south London neighborhood of Brixton, Bowie didn’t show early signs of being a revolutionary artist—just a frustrated midFAMILY BUSINESS dle-class son of charity Director Duncan worker John and waitress Jones (below in ’09) Peggy, with a dull home said visiting his dad on ﬁlm sets “made a life, says childhood friend
Dana Gillespie. “Nobody really spoke much in his house. The parents sat there with their eyes glued to the TV,” recalls Gillespie. “After his parents left the house [one] day, David said, ‘Whatever it takes, I am going to get out of here.’” 2
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He found a passion for music and art at
Bromley Technical High School, taking up the saxophone and later churning through bands in the mid-’60s, trying to ﬁnd his sound. In 1967 the search drove Bowie to study under mime artist and choreographer Lindsay Kemp. It was under Kemp that he began developing the showmanship that would lead to Ziggy Stardust. “He didn’t astonish me during the classes,” says Kemp. “But as soon as he was made up and costumed and set foot on the stage, he just lit it up. His charisma just filled the stage with light.” Ziggy Stardust didn’t just make Bowie a world-famous pop star but a fashionicon.SaysBritishcouturierElizabeth Emanuel, who designed Princess Diana’s wedding dress: “He had that look about him, with the very pale skin and amazing makeup. You didn’t know if he was a man or a woman, and it didn’t matter. It was pure style.” It was then, as Bowie met and married his ﬁrst wife, Angie Bowie, in 1970, that he began to publicly toy with his sexual-
1. Bowie and Iman were married in 1992 in Tuscany. 2. The rocker became a father again with the birth of his daughter Alexandria in 2000. 3. The couple (in ’02) “complemented each other’s individuality and strength,” says friend Beverly Johnson. 4. “I don’t think he ever took it all that seriously,” says bandmate Adrian Belew of Bowie (getting his Walk of Fame star in ’97).
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Ever the polymath, Bowie collaborated with artists like the band Queen and friend Jagger, churning out hits from “Space Oddity” and “Under Pressure” to “Young Americans” and “Let’s Dance,” while also launching a film career. He acted in smaller features like The Man Who Fell to Earth and 1983’s vampire drama The Hunger, along with higher1. The singer met Elizabeth Taylor in Beverly Hills in profile films like Labyrinth (’86), The 1975. 2. Paul McCartney (at the Live Aid concert in ’85) tweeted that Bowie “was a great star.” Last Temptation of Christ (’88) and The 3. The rocker and Iman hung out with Adele at the Prestige (’06). He also painted and Black Ball in New York in ’08. 4. Bowie costarred expanded his art collection. “To illustrate with Jennifer Connelly in Labyrinth in ’86. the depth of his knowledge,” says Belew, 1 “we were touring in Spain, and we went 4 to the Prado museum and he my personal art ‘David was became guide for that day. From always an room to room he would say, inspiration ‘Nowthispaintingoverhere to me was done this way because the Pope demanded they use and a true original. We these colors. . . .’” Still, something was had so many missing. Despite a string of good times...’ lovers that reportedly 3 —MICK JAGGER included Susan Sarandon, Elizabeth Taylor and Mariity, telling Playboy magazine later that drugs, giving incoherent interviews. He anne Faithfull, Bowie was lonely. Enter he was bisexual and helping pave the onceremarkedoftheperiod,“I blewmy the supermodel. Recalls Belew: “We were on a plane, I way for greater acceptance of androgyny nose one day in California and half my inpopculture.Itwasashockingconfes- brains came out.” After years of abusing think it was a private plane that he had sion for the time. Angie, who was told of his body, Bowie ﬁnally kicked the habit, rented, and he was going through fashion Bowie’s death off-camera while she is just as his marriage to Angie fell apart. He magazines and lookingat pictures....He currently sequestered ﬁlming the Brit- was a devoted father to son Zowie (now saw this one picture and he said, ‘I want ish version ofBig Brother, also famously Duncan), born in 1971, but the couple to meet that girl! I want to meet that girl right there!’ It was Iman.” As fate would declared that she’d come home one day divorced in 1980. to ﬁnd Bowie and Mick Jagger “in bed” together. His experimentation, whatever it was, seems to have been 1974 1997 1972 short-lived. As he told Entertain“He knew everything about Dressing up “was Bowie invented hair and makeup,” says part of his nature,” ment Weekly in 1997, “I led a parthe futuristic hero hairstylist Teddy Antolin. says Antolin. ticularly adventurous early life Ziggy Stardust— and shocked [but] I’ve been heterosexual for so with his many years that most of the people androgyny. I know now have only known me . . . as ‘the straight guy.’” 2
But as artistically and culturally
freeing as his personas were— Bowie dropped Ziggy in favor of the Thin White Duke for his 1976 StationtoStationalbum—Bowie was losing himself. The artist began taking cocaine and harder 90
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Glitter and genderbending typiﬁed his glam rock.
1974 His retro look later inspired new wave.
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have it, another friend of Bowie’s also had an inkling that the rock star and the Somalian-born model might be a good pair. “He would say, ‘I want to meet someone,’” says hairstylist Teddy Antolin. “It was on my mind to play matchmaker.” Sitting at a dinner one night between Iman and actress Sônia Braga, Antolin made his move. “I asked Iman, ‘Are you interested in meeting anyone. Are you single?’ And she said, ‘It all depends, darling!’” Antolin arranged a meeting in Los Angeles in October 1990. “Theymetthatnight,anditwaslikefrom that evening on, they were together. They were inseparable.” Despite the differences in their backgrounds, the couple were a perfect ﬁt, says Antolin. “They really knew each other because they had come up and traveled the same circles. . . . She was a real force, and he needed a woman by his side to keep him focused.” After two years of dating “the wedding was stunning,” recalls the stylist of the star-studded event held in Florence. “It was storybook.” Bowie and Iman settled into domestic life, welcoming daughter Alexandria
“Music always came ﬁrst,” says blues singer Dana Gillespie of Bowie (left, in his last stage performance, with Alicia Keys in ’06). “He never stopped being creative.”
(Lexi)in 2000 and becoming unassuming regulars in their downtown New York City neighborhood. “We had the children’s section above the staircase, and sometimes I would stand under it and listen to him read to his kids. It was amazing,” says Allison Glasgow, manager of the SoHo bookstore Bowie frequented. Bowie also was a ﬁxture at his daughter’s dance recitals. “He just always looked very happy and joyful. Likeaproud dad,” saysLexi’sinstructor
Courtney Runft. Through it all, Bowie never slowed down—not even once he knew he was sick. In addition to working on the Off-Broadway show and the album, he wrote to longtime friends, saying goodbye without ever really saying it. He may even have given fans a clue about his health. The song “Lazarus” starts with the lyrics “Look up here, I’m in heaven. I’ve got scars that can’t be seen.” That Bowie was still doing some of his greatest work at the end won’t come as a surprise to his fans. There was always something timeless about him, even as time ran out. With reporting by Danielle Anderson, Liz McNeil, Rose Minutaglioand Jeff Nelson in New York City and Philip Boucher, Joanne Fowler and Simon Perry in London
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“Every day is a challenge,” says Gasby (at home with Smith in December 2015).
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or most ofherlife,Barbara Smith—known to the world as B.—seemed to have it all. After a high-profile career as a model, she embraced her love of cooking and opened three eponymous restaurants, wrote three cookbooks, hosted a nationally syndicated show, B. Smith with Style, and even created her own home-goods collection for Bed, Bath & Beyond. Along the way she found her Prince Charming: second husband Dan Gasby, a TV producer she wed in 1992. (The marriage also brought her a stepdaughter, Dana, now 29.) “We were perfect,” says Gasby, 62. “I could look across the room and know what B. was thinking.” Then, five years ago, it all began to fall apart. Gasby was noticing uncharacteristic behavior in his wife, including mood swings, midnight kitchen raids and, most of all, forgetfulness. In 2013 tests conﬁrmed what they feared most: B. had early Alzheimer’s. Now in the middle stages of the disease, she still recognizes loved ones and can dress herself and communicate, but she can’t be left alone and has a GPS medallion around her neck in case she wanders. “In many respects now I don’t have a wife, I’m just a caregiver,” Gasby says at the Sag Harbor, N.Y., home he and B. share. “It’s the toughest thing I’ve ever dealt with.” The couple open up about their journey in a new book, Before I Forget: Love, Hope, Help, and Acceptance in Our Fight Against Alzheimer’s, excerpted below. “I felt we had to speak out,” says Gasby, who wants to lend their voices to the push for more research funding. “This disease disproportionately impacts women and people of color. I want the government to do what the government should do.” To the
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degree that she understands, B., now 66, is with him. “Life is good, but it’s not perfect,” she says. “Helping somebody else is important.”
B: I’m still myself. I just can’t remem-
ber things as well as I once did. So on short trips, I work hard not to be confused. I’ll say to myself, “What are we going to do? How long are we staying?” It’s like I’m talking to the self I used to be. I’m conscious of that other self guiding me now. Things ﬁrst began to unravel around 2010. Though B.’s businesses were thriving, there were signs that something wasn’t right with her. D: It crept up quietly. I’m superclean,
and B. is, too, yet she started leaving things around the house. Food was left in the fridge until it went bad. One day she put my wallet on top of the car and drove off. Then B. left the roof of our truck open. That night we had a rainstorm. I call it our WTF period. B. would seem preoccupied. If I kept insisting she say what was on her mind, she’d burst out with, “I hate you!” My marriage was on the brink. Next, B. began sleepwalking and missing important business meetings. D: She started asking me the same
question more than once. The thought of Alzheimer’s never crossed my mind. She was a very vital 62. After B. suddenly went silent during a Today show segment in 2012, Dan took her to Mount Sinai in New York City. She was found to be in the earliest stage of Alzheimer’s. D: It felt like a death sentence. I also
As Dan monitored B. more closely, they clashed more often. B: I feel like I’m misbehaving. So I get
mad at Dan. I love him, but he’s very overbearing. I need breaks from him. D: B. had outbursts now. I kept trying to be patient. I was doing my best. But my best wasn’t good enough if 96
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Gasby say Dec. 20). “People make the mistake of thinking it’s less serious because she’s beautiful.” 2. Smith at her Washington, D.C., restaurant in 2011. 3. The couple (with Dan’s daughter Dana and best man Dennis Franklin) on their wedding day, Dec. 23, 1992. “She’s the nicest human being I have ever met,” Gasby says. 4. “I love him,” says Smith (with Gasby and Dana ca. 2001). 4
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felt relief. Knowing was better than not knowing. And B. was still able to function at a relatively high level. She could bathe and dress, get around the city, shop, even cook. B. also understood she had Alzheimer’s. Many people don’t.
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“I’ll remember what I said I was going to do—and that I didn’t do it,” says Smith (with Gasby and their dog Bishop). “That makes me a little sad sometimes.”
I ﬂared at the wife I loved who couldn’t help herself. With B. unable to work, her stepdaughter Dana took over managing the restaurant in N.Y.C., with help from Dan. One night B. furiously confronted him for ﬂirting at the bar. B: I was very angry. I remember
punching him in the arm. D: I was stunned—and embarrassed. In all our years together, B. had never been jealous, nor did she have any reason to be. The next day she gave me a sunny smile. She had no memory of the night before. Seeking a more manageable life, the couple moved to their Hamptons home full-time. B. began ﬁxating on returning to her childhood home in Everson, Pa. B: Maybe I’ll take my parents with me.
One night in November 2014, B. went missing. After her
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No—saying that reminds me they’re no longer alive. It’s like going through mourning again. I want to be the person I was before. There’s a joke we have. “Hey,” I say. “Hey what?” Dan says. “I forgot I had Alzheimer’s.”
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B: There are rules Dan has put on me. Like no more driving. I get angry, but I know he’s right. I’m not crazy! D: Just keeping B. happy in the time she has left— —DAN GASBY She’d lost the handbag that’s what I’m aiming for. with her driver’s license and credit Last year B. and I curled up at home cards. You never truly appreciate how to watch the Oscars. Julianne Moore much you love your partner until you was nominated for her heartbreaking feel you might have lost her forever. performance in Still Alice as a ﬁftyB: I don’t remember why I got off. I year-old dealing with early-onset Alzremember I felt free! I know everyone heimer’s. I had taken B. to see the thought I was dead. I didn’t mean for movie, and she’d loved it, even as it everyone to worry! provoked tears. Julianne Moore won! D: As shockingly as it had begun, the B. whooped with delight, pumped her ordeal ended. Our friend Terry had ﬁst and cried, “You go, girl!” Even now, run into B. at a diner looking dishevwe have moments like that. eled and disoriented—and wet. This I have every conﬁdence that in my was a wake-up call I’d ﬁnally heard. lifetime Alzheimer’s will no longer be No more leaving B. on her own. the all-powerful enemy that it is today. B. is now in Stage 5 of the sevenBut barring a miracle, those medical stage model of Alzheimer’s. breakthroughs won’t come in time to She struggles with words, save the woman who for twenty-two recognizing objects, and con- years has been my beloved wife. trolling her emotions. I have I feel her over there, sitting quietly, to treat her like a puppy. You waiting again for me to tell her what to love that puppy, but you do. I think what we’ll do is head down to know you can’t trust her on the beach for a long winter walk, before her own for a minute. the last of the daylight is gone. stepdaughter Dana had settled her on a bus bound from Manhattan to the Hamptons, B. got off and disappeared into the city. D: She had no phone.
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3 cloves garlic, 21⁄2 cups Greek smashed and yogurt 1 tbsp. extra-virgin ﬁnely chopped olive oil 2 tbsp. distilled white vinegar 2 tbsp. fresh 2 shallots, thinly lemon juice sliced 1 tsp. kosher salt 3 ⁄4 cup loosely packed 1⁄4 tsp. freshly ground fresh dill, chopped black pepper 1 English cucumber, peeled and grated
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1. Combine the garlic, vinegar, shallots and dill in a food processor. Pulse until ﬁnely chopped but not pureed. 2. Pour the mixture into a medium bowl with the grated cucumber; add the yogurt. Fold together with a rubber spatula, adding the olive oil and lemon juice. Season liberally with kosher salt and pepper, and taste for seasoning. The tzatziki can be stored in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 1 week. Active time: 15 minutes Total time: 15 minutes Makes: 1 quart Photographs by HECTOR SANCHEZ
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BUYING “Look for these qualities in dry pasta: 100 percent semolina ﬂour (the higher the protein in semolina, the better—14 percent is good) and a rough, opaque ﬁnish that’s not shiny or blotchy.”
To prepare the broccoli rabe, ‘clip off about a third of the lower part of the stems, remove the tough larger leaves, and if remaining stems are tough, peel them with a standard potato peeler,’ says Bastianich.
COOKING “Salt boiling water, but never add oil; it coats the pasta and makes it slippery so the sauce won’t adhere properly. Lasagna is the exception—oil prevents the sheets from sticking.”
Ziti with Broccoli Rabe & Sausage THE CHEF AND AUTHOR OF LIDIA’S MASTERING THE ART OF ITALIAN CUISINE OFFERS A COMFORTING PASTA MEAL
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1 tbsp. unsalted butter 1 ⁄2 cup freshly grated Parmigiano Reggiano or Grana Padano 1. Bring a large pot of water with 2 tbsp. salt to a boil for the pasta. Heat a large skillet over medium-high heat, and add 1 tbsp. olive oil. When the oil is hot, add the sausages and brown all over, about 6 minutes; remove to a plate.
2. Add remaining oil to skillet. Stir in garlic, and cook until golden, about 2 minutes. Add the broccoli rabe, and season with remaining salt and red pepper ﬂakes, tossing to coat. Cover and let steam until bright green and the leaves are wilted, about 5 minutes. 3. Add ziti to the boiling water, and cook until al dente, according to package directions. Slice the sausages into 1⁄2-in. rounds, and add to
broccoli rabe along with 1 cup pasta water and the butter. Bring to a simmer, and cook until the broccoli rabe is very tender, about 3 to 4 minutes; discard garlic. 4. Add cooked ziti to broccoli rabe mixture, and toss to coat, adding a little pasta water if needed. Sprinkle with cheese, toss, and serve. Serves: 6 Active time: 10 minutes Total time: 30 minutes
REHEATING “To bring leftover pasta back to life, add chicken stock, any remaining sauce or just plain water. Heat it over low heat in a nonstick pan, stirring regularly.”
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2 tbsp. plus 1⁄2 tsp. kosher salt, divided 1 ⁄4 cup extra-virgin olive oil, divided 8 oz. sweet Italian sausage links 3 cloves garlic, smashed 1 large head broccoli rabe, trimmed and stems peeled 1 ⁄4 tsp. crushed red pepper ﬂakes 8 oz. ziti pasta
SERVING “Pasta should always be served on hot plates so it stays warm,” says Bastianich. Put heat-safe plates in the oven at its lowest setting or run under hot water and quickly towel-dry.
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CARA, 18 MONTHS When this part shih tzu and part Cavalier King Charles spaniel isn’t sleeping, she’s playing with Gunnar, 3 (below), and Callie, 8 months. “She genuinely loves them,” say owners Lee, 39, and Erin Clark, 35, of Celebration, Fla.
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BENTLEY, 18 MONTHS Known as Papi during his Puppy Bowl glory days, “he loves going on long runs with me,” new owner Randy Tauro of Hollis, N.H., says of the corgi mix.
HENRY, 18 MONTHS This clumber spaniel is living a dream life in De Soto, Iowa. He enjoys annual road trips to Texas with his owners, Becky and Steve Massure, and “loves hanging out in the pool.” PEOPLE January 25, 2016
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Breed: Labrador retriever Hometown: Souderton, Pa. â€œStrength, determination, good looksâ€” 14-week-old Marleyâ€™s got it all,â€? says Toporoff.
Breed: Great Pyrenees-collie Hometown: Chicago â€œHis good attitude pays off in spades during the big game,â€? says Toporoff of the 15-week-old.
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Raising their ﬁrst child was a trying—make that tiring—experience for actors Steve Howey and Sarah Shahi. “We used to go on vacations all the time, but then suddenly Sarah was pregnant,” says Howey, 38, of the pair, who wed in 2009 then welcomed son William Wolf. “All our energy was going to the baby.” And exhaustion became even more inevitable once they welcomed twins Violet (older by two hours) and Knox in March. “It is not easy—but all three are beautiful babies,” says Howey. “We’re a very close-knit family, just bigger.” And often on different coasts. Shahi, 36, had the twins (who were delivered at home in Sherman Oaks, Calif.) with her for more than six months in New York, where she was ﬁlming Person of Interest, while Howey stayed in L.A. with Wolf, now 6, and shot Shameless. “It wasn’t ideal,” admits Shahi, “but we made it work with lots of communication.” The family is now reunited in L.A., where the twins’ bond becomes clearer every day. “Knox loves to play with Violet, but he’s 35 lbs.—10 lbs. heavier than her. It’s like an elephant trying to play with an ant,” jokes Shahi. “Still, they have their sweet moments when they look for each other and smile.” —PATRICK GOMEZ
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Kevin Hart THE ACTOR, 36, HITS THE STREETS AGAIN IN THE NEW COMEDY RIDE ALONG 2 Last gift I gave My kids wanted a white Christmas, so I took my family to Aspen. It was amazing! We went skiing; we did it all.
Last time I was starstruck When I met Don Johnson, that was a big deal. I was a huge Miami Vice fan, so meeting him was a big, big plus. I’m in Miami now, so I can’t wait to throw on my Don Johnsonlike outﬁt for tonight.
Last time I couldn’t stop laughing Probably talking to my kids [Heaven, 10, and Hendrix, 8]. They are, by far, two of the funniest people in the world. We have great conversations. When your kids get older, they start to speak their minds, and you’re shocked at some of the stuff that comes out of their mouths.
Last time I cried Probably a year ago at my daughter’s daddy-daughter dance at school. She was very pretty. And I went full suited and booted for my baby.
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