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Judge OKs Testimony by Jackson's Ex-Wife (AP)
AP - The judge in Michael Jackson's child molestation trial said Monday he will allow the mother of two of the pop star's children to testify as a prosecution witness.

Elton John's Publicist Says Singer to Wed (AP)
AP - Pop singer Elton John will marry his longtime partner David Furnish later this year or early next year, his publicist said Monday.

Ga. Fans Disappointed by Axl's No-Show (AP)
AP - Axl Rose hasn't cut a new album in 10 years, but his name still draws crowds — even without the man himself. That was the case Friday night at Coyotes, a small club in Cartersville, Ga., about 40 miles outside of Atlanta.

Phyllis Diller Recuperating From Surgery (AP)
AP - Phyllis Diller has undergone surgery for fractures in her neck sustained when she fell out of bed at her Brentwood mansion last week.

Lucas rules fans' empire (USATODAY.com)
USATODAY.com - More than 30,000 Star Wars fans gathered in Indianapolis this past weekend for Celebration III, the largest Star Wars convention ever held. Creator George Lucas appeared and announced the development of two Star Wars television series.

'Interpreter' Wins Weekend in Debut (AP)
AP - Nicole Kidman and Sean Penn's thriller "The Interpreter" earned top dollar at the weekend box office, debuting with $22.8 million.

Judge OKs Testimony by Jackson's Ex-Wife (AP)
AP - The judge in Michael Jackson's child molestation trial said Monday he will allow the mother of two of the pop star's children to testify as a prosecution witness.

"Will & Grace" Still Kicking (E! Online)
E! Online - Will & Grace will be back for more laughs--and its stars will be banking more money.

How the 'Contra Costa Times' Uncovered a Letters-to-the-Editor Scam (Editor and Publisher)
Editor and Publisher - NEW YORK Every now and then, letters to the editor at the Contra Costa (Calif.) Times don't get posted to the paper's Web site with the rest of the day's paper, well after midnight. When Dan Hatfield, the paper's editorial-page editor, arrived at the office at his usual 5:30 or 6 a.m. on those mornings, he'd find out right away that the letters hadn't made it up, because there would an angry e-mail waiting in his inbox from Kyle Vallone. Hatfield could never understand why Vallone cared so much.

About a Boy, or Two: Paul Weitz's 'Privilege' Starring Bob Saget Opens Off Broadway (Playbill)
Playbill - Comedian-actor Bob Saget stars as a father accused of white collar crime in the world premiere of Paul Weitz's Privilege, opening Off-Broadway April 25.

'Interpreter' Wins Weekend in Debut (AP)
AP - Nicole Kidman and Sean Penn's thriller "The Interpreter" earned top dollar at the weekend box office, debuting with $22.8 million.

Blazers Rookie Goes 'Through the Fire' (AP)
AP - Sebastian Telfair was at Jay-Z's Manhattan nightclub with his family, watching TV and waiting for the announcement from the Madison Square Garden podium that would send him across the country and change his life.

Review: Dench, Smith Punch Up 'Lavender' (AP)
AP - Put Judi Dench and Maggie Smith together to read their grocery lists and you'd be halfway to a decent film. "Ladies in Lavender," the directing debut of British actor Charles Dance, casts Dench and Smith in a quiet little drama of reflection, regret and resignation involving two elderly sisters and a young violinist who briefly enters their lives.

Not So "Perfect" Lawsuit (E! Online)
E! Online - A lawsuit over The Perfect Storm has petered out for good.

Filmmaker Shows Shock of Normality in North Korea (Reuters)
Reuters - A new documentary made in North Korea offers a glimpse of daily life in a reclusive Communist state so shuttered to outsiders that even foreign diplomats have taken tips from the film.

Nick Nolte's Son Faces Felony Pot Charge (AP)
AP - The 18-year-old son of Nick Nolte has been charged with possession of marijuana with intent to deliver, according to a criminal complaint filed in Kanawha County Magistrate Court.

Hayek Joins Jury at Cannes Film Festival (AP)
AP - Salma Hayek and Javier Bardem are among the members of the jury at this year's Cannes Film Festival.

"Interpreter" Translates to No. 1 (E! Online)
E! Online - America has voted at the box office: Ashton Kutcher can keep his pants on.

Jane Fonda's Workout Video to Hit DVD (AP)
AP - Long before Denise Austin, Kathy Smith and that guy pushing Tae Bo, there was Jane Fonda — and now her groundbreaking workout videos will be re-released on DVD.

Peet Says 'A Lot Like Love' Is Like Life (AP)
AP - In "A Lot Like Love," Amanda Peet and Ashton Kutcher's characters find an instant connection that's not immediately amorous — something Peet says she finds happens in real life.

Judge OKs Testimony by Jackson's Ex-Wife (AP)
AP - The judge in Michael Jackson's child molestation trial said Monday he will allow the mother of two of the pop star's children to testify as a prosecution witness.

Mary Travers Being Treated for Leukemia (AP)
AP - Mary Travers of Peter, Paul and Mary, who has been battling leukemia, will undergo a bone marrow transplant after finding a donor.

Elton John Engaged (E! Online)
E! Online - The Rocket Man is ready to become the marrying man.

Classic Soul Collection Defies Billboard Charts (Reuters)
Reuters - If it's not in the Billboard charts, it's not a hit -- or so the conventional wisdom goes.

Sound Bites: Music Reviews (AP)
AP - Selected music reviews:

Elton John's Publicist Says Singer to Wed (AP)
AP - Pop singer Elton John will marry his longtime partner David Furnish later this year or early next year, his publicist said Monday.

Ga. Fans Disappointed by Axl's No-Show (AP)
AP - Axl Rose hasn't cut a new album in 10 years, but his name still draws crowds — even without the man himself. That was the case Friday night at Coyotes, a small club in Cartersville, Ga., about 40 miles outside of Atlanta.

Motley Crue Matches Reward for Woman (AP)
AP - Motley Crue is joining efforts to find a Baltimore area woman missing since March 6, when she failed to meet friends for the band's concert in Washington.

Mary Travers to Undergo Marrow Transplant (AP)
AP - Mary Travers, the popular folk singer of Peter, Paul and Mary who has been battling leukemia, will undergo a bone marrow transplant after finding a donor.

Lauryn Hill Tops Stockholm Jazz Fest (AP)
AP - Grammy-winning singer Lauryn Hill will perform at the Stockholm Jazz Festival, to be held on the banks of the downtown Skeppsholmen island in July.

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