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Sunday, July 18, 2004

Thanks to French photo-journalists Pascal Rostain, 45 and Bruno Mouron, 50, there is now a new, improved, even more intrusive and stalker-like way to idolize and relate to your favorite celebrities. For the past 14 years, the Paris Match photographers, armed with a celebrity star map and a pair of rubber gloves, have been waiting til the sun goes down to rifle through, collect, and photograph celebrity garbage. That's right: trash, refuse, waste, Governor Schwarzenegger's empty Newman's Own Lemonade cartons. And through July 16, at the Star Trash Store in Manhattan, you can view Star Trash, an exhibit of photographs documenting 25 Hollywood superstars' waste products, including (but not limited to) Madonna's empty Cocoa Pebbles box, Mel Gibson's discarded Etch-A-Sketch, and Steven Spielberg's tattered copy of TV Guide.