July 08, 2013 12:00 PM


“When the time is right, Jen and Justin will have an amazing wedding. Why judge them for waiting?”

Amy Martinez via e-mail

I’m hopeful Jennifer and her fiancé, Justin Theroux, will find happiness together. Good for her for being cautious and putting the wedding on hold due to a busy work schedule. That’s a smart decision.

Gina Comunale Monessen, Pa.

Enough with Jennifer Aniston! Sure, she’s a lovely actress, but you’ve put her on the cover too many times. It’s overkill.

Pat Warren Scottsdale, Ariz.


Thanks for sharing face transplant patient Dallas Wiens and burn victim Jamie Nash’s beautiful story. Their courage and resilience touched me deeply. The joy they share is infectious and proves love never fails. May they be blessed with years of laughter and love.

Beth Barnard Pioneer, Calif.

In all the years I’ve read PEOPLE, I have never been so moved by a story you’ve published as I was by the one on Dallas and Jamie. Their commitment to one another illustrates the true power of the human spirit. Every person can learn from them about commitment and love.

Sandi Pardini San Luis Obispo, Calif.


My thoughts go out to Paris Jackson following her recent suicide attempt. I hope she has a speedy recovery and finds happiness. It may be hard right now, but things will get better. You have a bright future ahead of you.

Alice Edwards via e-mail


I have nothing personal against Kim. She’s a savvy business mogul who created a successful empire. But it’s absurd to compare her to former First Lady Jackie Kennedy. Even in style, they are complete opposites. Kim’s look can never match Jackie’s timeless, elegant style. Shame on you, PEOPLE magazine!

Michelle Gasperetti via e-mail


I absolutely adored your Q&A with new Superman Henry Cavill. He gave a superb performance in Man of Steel, and now he’s my new celebrity crush. Not only is he handsome, smart and very talented but he appreciates confident women too. I totally dig that.

Jennifer Kim Chicago


Your Scoop story on actress Michelle Williams’s new romance with artist Dustin Yellin was fascinating. Since ex-boyfriend Heath Ledger’s death in 2008, I’ve always been curious about whom she’s dating. I want her to be happy, and it looks like she’s in a good place in her life.

Megan Warner Philadelphia


In our June 3 books review, we incorrectly stated that The Da Vinci Code author Dan Brown’s new book Inferno was the third novel in the Robert Langdon series. In fact, his latest is the fourth installment. We regret the error.


Since we wrote about Theresa Strader, founder of the National Mill Dog Rescue organization last November, she has found new homes for 1,000 dogs. Now it’s Strader who finds herself without a place to live. The recent Colorado wildfires destroyed Strader’s Black Forest residence. “There is nothing left, ” she says. Strader was forced to evacuate to NMDR’s facility 30 miles away, taking her 24 pets, a suitcase of clothes and family photos with her. “It’s one of the risks of wanting to live in the forest,” says Strader. “But at the same time I feel extremely fortunate.”

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