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Johnny Carson Microphone Sells for $50,787 (AP)
AP - An anonymous bidder Friday snatched a piece of TV history, offering $50,787 for the microphone that sat prominently on the desk of late-night king Johnny Carson until the 1980s. The offer was about twice that expected at auction.

'Free' Chili Peppers Tickets Being Sold (AP)
AP - Officials are complaining that tickets given away for a city-sponsored centennial concert by the bands the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Weezer are being sold on the Internet.

Are Ben Affleck, Jennifer Garner Engaged? (AP)
AP - Call it Bennifer: Part Deux. Nine months after they started dating, Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner are engaged, People and Star magazines are reporting.

Tornell Quits 'Survivor'; Still on Jury (AP)
AP - Quitters never win, but if they make it far enough on "Survivor," they get to be on the jury. Janu Tornell, 39, became the fourth person in "Survivor" history to quit the competition, but she'll still help decide the winner of the $1 million prize as a member of the nine-person jury — a heated issue the tribal council cameras didn't capture.

Hatcher Says She's a Lot Like Character (AP)
AP - Teri Hatcher has a lot in common with her character on ABC's "Desperate Housewives" — and the similarities are only growing. Both are divorced and raising a daughter, and Hatcher tells InStyle magazine in its May issue she's becoming a klutz, too.

Ferrell Going Back in Time for Universal's 'Lost' (Reuters)
Reuters - After playing an elf and an anchorman on the big screen, Will Ferrell is venturing into "Land of the Lost" for Universal.

'Free' Chili Peppers Tickets Being Sold (AP)
AP - Officials are complaining that tickets given away for a city-sponsored centennial concert by the bands the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Weezer are being sold on the Internet.

Johnny Carson Microphone Sells for $50,787 (AP)
AP - An anonymous bidder Friday snatched a piece of TV history, offering $50,787 for the microphone that sat prominently on the desk of late-night king Johnny Carson until the 1980s. The offer was about twice that expected at auction.

'Free' Chili Peppers Tickets Being Sold (AP)
AP - Officials are complaining that tickets given away for a city-sponsored centennial concert by the bands the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Weezer are being sold on the Internet.

Mark Russell's "Under the Radar" to Be Housed in Public Theater (Playbill)
Playbill - Former P.S. 122 artistic director Mark Russell's one-year-old theatre festival "Under the Radar" has found a new home.

Ferrell Going Back in Time for Universal's 'Lost' (Reuters)
Reuters - After playing an elf and an anchorman on the big screen, Will Ferrell is venturing into "Land of the Lost" for Universal.

Celebs Join Inuits at Earth Day Event (AP)
AP - Hollywood stars Salma Hayek and Jake Gyllenhaal joined Canadian Inuits in the Arctic Circle for a traditional spring dance on Earth Day Friday, seeking to highlight the effect of global warming on northern Canadians.

Quinn Pleads Guilty to Drunken Driving (AP)
AP - Aidan Quinn pleaded guilty to drunken driving while he was in Maine for the filming of the HBO movie "Empire Falls."

Are Ben Affleck, Jennifer Garner Engaged? (AP)
AP - Call it Bennifer: Part Deux. Nine months after they started dating, Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner are engaged, People and Star magazines are reporting.

Entertainment Weekly Previews Summer Film (AP)
AP - "Star Wars: Episode III — Revenge of the Sith" will be sad, "War of the Worlds" will be small and "The Dukes of Hazard" will empower women.

Phyllis Diller Injures Head, Neck in Fall (AP)
AP - Comedian Phyllis Diller injured her head and neck after falling out of bed at her Brentwood mansion, her manager said Thursday.

Court Sides With Makers of 'The Perfect Storm' (AP)
AP - The makers of "The Perfect Storm" have found themselves in the company of Bob Dylan and "Girls Gone Wild."

'Star Wars' Draws Thousands to Convention (AP)
AP - More than 30,000 "Star Wars" fans from around the world have gathered here for the largest official "Star Wars" convention ever held.

Arnett, Imagine Graduate to Big Screen (Reuters)
Reuters - Producer Brian Grazer has set up an untitled comedy project at Universal Pictures to star Will Arnett, one of the stars of the Emmy-winning series "Arrested Development," which is produced by Grazer and Ron Howard's Imagine Television.

Revolution Picks Foley for 'Stranger' (Reuters)
Reuters - James Foley, director of such films as "Confidence," "Glengarry Glen Ross" and "At Close Range," will direct Halle Berry in the psychological thriller "Perfect Stranger" for Revolution Studios.

'Free' Chili Peppers Tickets Being Sold (AP)
AP - Officials are complaining that tickets given away for a city-sponsored centennial concert by the bands the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Weezer are being sold on the Internet.

Latin Rap Makes Its Move (Reuters)
Reuters - Reggaeton opened the door. Now Latin hip-hop is poised to rush in.

Lollapalooza Lives--For One Weekend (E! Online)
E! Online - Chicago is apparently Perry Farrell's kind of town.

Ol' Factory Sweetens L.A. Smell (Reuters)
Reuters - Among the problems facing the music industry, one that is continually overlooked is the lack of access young fans have to experimental music.

Constantine's Band Lands Contract (E! Online)
E! Online - If Constantine Maroulis fails in his mission to become the next American Idol, at least he'll have something to fall back on.

Stradivarius Violin Sells for Record $2M (AP)
AP - A 17th-century Stradivarius violin sold Friday for just over $2 million, the most ever paid for a musical instrument at auction, according to Christie's auction house, which handled the sale.

Pixies Top Summer's Lollapalooza Lineup (AP)
AP - Taking a cue from earlier tours, Lollapalooza's organizers on Friday announced a diverse lineup for this summer's reworked festival.

Davies Denies Shot at Vengeance (E! Online)
E! Online - Prosecutors in the Big Easy are tired of waiting for Ray Davies.

L.A. Violinist Reunited with Rare, Stolen Violin (Reuters)
Reuters - A young musician said on Friday she can fiddle with joy again, after a $500,000 Italian-made violin stolen from her car outside a Los Angeles supermarket was recovered three days later without a scratch.

Judge Rejects Jackson Prosecutor Request (AP)
AP - Prosecutors in the Michael Jackson molestation case lost a key battle when a judge refused their request to allow testimony from a domestic violence expert to explain why the mother of Jackson's accuser lied under oath.

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