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Jackson Judge Allows Rowe to Testify Again (AP)
AP - Michael Jackson's defense on Thursday asked the judge in his child molestation trial to strike the testimony of ex-wife Deborah Rowe but did not reveal the reason in open court.

Tina Fey and Husband Expecting First Baby (AP)
AP - This just in: "Saturday Night Live" comedian-writer Tina Fey is pregnant. The baby is due in September, People magazine reported Wednesday. It will be the first child for the Weekend Update co-anchor and her husband, "SNL" composer Jeff Richmond.

Star Magazine Fakes Photo of Pitt, Jolie (AP)
AP - The stars are not aligned at one celebrity tabloid. To match Us Weekly's cover photos of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie together on an African beach, Star magazine doctored two separate oceanside pictures of each actor.

Fla. Court Refuses to Hear Limbaugh Appeal (AP)
AP - The Florida Supreme Court on Thursday declined to consider an appeal from commentator Rush Limbaugh claiming his privacy was violated when his medical records were seized for an investigation of whether he illegally purchased painkillers.

Santana Too Supernatural, Suit Says (E! Online)
E! Online - Working for Carlos Santana was a religious experience for one man.

Acting Coach Larry Moss Tries Directing (AP)
AP - Is Larry Moss truly a sentimental, humble guy? Or is he merely acting? Since he's a top acting coach who has worked with Academy Award winners Hilary Swank and Helen Hunt and many others, it's hard to tell when the job ends and the man begins.

Jackson Judge Allows Rowe to Testify Again (AP)
AP - Michael Jackson's defense on Thursday asked the judge in his child molestation trial to strike the testimony of ex-wife Deborah Rowe but did not reveal the reason in open court.

'Lou Grant' Actor Mason Adams Dies at 86 (AP)
AP - Mason Adams, known for his Emmy-nominated role on the television series "Lou Grant" and as the voice behind the Smucker's jelly commercials, has died at his home in Manhattan. He was 86.

Wynn Las Vegas Casino Opens, Crowds Swarm (Reuters)
Reuters - Casino magnate Steve Wynn opened his long-awaited Wynn Las Vegas property just after the stroke of midnight on Thursday to hordes of gamblers eager for a glimpse of the lavish $2.7 billion gambling, hotel and shopping complex.

Hey Nonny Nonny! Barenaked Ladies Score Stratford's 'As You Like It' in Canada (Playbill)
Playbill - The Stratford Festival's production of William Shakespeare's As You Like It, set in 1969's "summer of love" by director Antoni Cimolino, with a score by pop group Barenaked Ladies, begins previews April 27 at the Festival Theatre.

Acting Coach Larry Moss Tries Directing (AP)
AP - Is Larry Moss truly a sentimental, humble guy? Or is he merely acting? Since he's a top acting coach who has worked with Academy Award winners Hilary Swank and Helen Hunt and many others, it's hard to tell when the job ends and the man begins.

2nd Horse Killed During 'Flicka' Filming (AP)
AP - Two days after a horse died during filming of a remake of the 1943 classic "My Friend Flicka," an animal-welfare group said it has learned another horse had died on the set two weeks earlier.

Tina Fey and Husband Expecting First Baby (AP)
AP - "Saturday Night Live" star Tina Fey has some breaking news of her own: The "Weekend Update" co-anchor and her husband are expecting their first child in September, according to People magazine.

O'Connell Closes Deal for Role in 'Yours' Remake (Reuters)
Reuters - Jerry O'Connell has been cast opposite Dennis Quaid and Rene Russo in "Yours, Mine and Ours," a remake of the 1968 Henry Fonda/Lucille Ball comedy.

Oliver Stone Clocks in for 'Night' Shift (Reuters)
Reuters - Oliver Stone is in talks to direct "The Night Watchman," a feature film adaptation of James Ellroy's script about a disgraced police officer who sets out to rid the police force of corruption.

'Fockers' Meets Top Spot on Video Charts (Reuters)
Reuters - Universal Studios Home Entertainment dominated video rental and sales charts last week with "Meet the Fockers," and industry observers say it's quickly becoming one of the biggest-selling live-action comedies in the history of DVD.

Actor Owen to Labor for 'Children' (Reuters)
Reuters - Clive Owen, whose supporting performance in "Closer" earned him an Oscar nomination, has signed on to topline "Children of Men" for Strike Entertainment and Universal Pictures.

Bush Signs Camcorder-Piracy Bill Into Law (Reuters)
Reuters - People who secretly videotape movies when they are shown in theaters could go to prison for up to three years under a measure signed into law by President Bush on Wednesday.

Peru Accuses Chile of 'Impertinence' in Film Row (Reuters)
Reuters - Peru responded with outrage on Wednesday to Santiago's attempt to play down a row over an in-flight film shown by Chilean airline LAN that showed a man urinating in a Lima street and piles of rubbish.

Netscape Veterans Launch Video Startup (AP)
AP - Two Silicon Valley entrepreneurs who helped ignite the dot-com boom in the late '90s have launched a startup that aims to let independent film makers, public television broadcasters and anyone else distribute video over the Internet.

Jackson Judge Allows Rowe to Testify Again (AP)
AP - Michael Jackson's defense on Thursday asked the judge in his child molestation trial to strike the testimony of ex-wife Deborah Rowe but did not reveal the reason in open court.

Man Convicted in Death of Ex-Band Manager (AP)
AP - A 27-year-old Temple man has been convicted in the slaying of a former manager of the 1970s rock group Grand Funk Railroad.

Latin Billboard Awards to Honor Solis (AP)
AP - Two of Latin music's most respected songwriters, Marco Antonio Solis and Juan Luis Guerra, will lead the honorees at the Latin Billboard Music Awards on Thursday night.

Grand Ole Opry Makes 80th Anniversary Plans (Reuters)
Reuters - The Grand Ole Opry will spend eight months this year celebrating its 80th anniversary with a series of events, including a Nov. 14 performance at New York's Carnegie Hall.

Online Lomax Archive Offers a World of Folk Music (Reuters)
Reuters - People who have seen the films "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" and "Gangs of New York" or listened to Moby's best-selling album "Play" have heard music recorded by Alan Lomax. But they might not have any idea of who Lomax was or what he did.

Constantine Knocked Off 'American Idol' (AP)
AP - On "American Idol" Wednesday night, Constantine Maroulis, the rocker turned Idol, was eliminated from the show, shocking an upset audience.

The Roots Getting Back in the 'Game' (Reuters)
Reuters - Eclectic hip-hop outfit the Roots are eyeing a February 2006 release date for their next Geffen studio album, "Game Theory."

Coldplay Plans Club Gigs, Shoots Video (Reuters)
Reuters - With its new single, "Speed of Sound," infiltrating radio worldwide, Coldplay has confirmed the first five dates of its late summer/early fall North American tour.

Matchbox's Thomas Tops Billboard 200 (Reuters)
Reuters - Matchbox twenty frontman Rob Thomas makes Billboard 200 history this week, becoming the first male artist from a pop or rock group since the chart's inception in 1955 to bow at No. 1 with his debut solo effort.

Santana Too Supernatural, Suit Says (E! Online)
E! Online - Working for Carlos Santana was a religious experience for one man.

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