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U.S. Band Gives Outdoor Concert in Cuba (AP)
AP - The American group Audioslave broke decades-long barriers with a thundering concert before thousands of Cuban fans — who knocked over barriers to get closer to the first U.S. rock band to play an outdoor concert in Cuba.

Jolie Urges Aid for Afghan Refugees (AP)
AP - Hollywood star and U.N. goodwill ambassador Angelina Jolie made an emotional appeal to the international community to help millions of Afghan refugees living in Pakistan.

Moms Testify They Trusted Michael Jackson (AP)
AP - Two mothers testified at Michael Jackson's trial that they trusted the singer enough to let their sons sleep in his bed and were convinced that no molestation ever occurred.

Man to Be Tried in Assault on Dr. Dre (AP)
AP - A man accused of punching Dr. Dre at the Vibe Awards last year must stand trial on an assault charge, a judge has ruled. Judge James Dabney on Friday found sufficient evidence to try 26-year-old Jimmy James Johnson.

Ga. Town Honors James Brown With Statue (AP)
AP - James Brown was born in South Carolina but grew up here — and lets the world know it. Town folks appreciate that and wanted him to know it. Their way of showing him: a life-sized bronze statue of the Godfather of Soul himself in middle age, grinning broadly and wearing a cape.

'The Graduate' Still Looking Good at 38 (AP)
AP - No, says director Mike Nichols, he wasn't trying to create either a cultural icon or even a film that would captivate at least some members of the under-30 generation in 2005 just as powerfully as it had in 1967.

Abdul Pokes Fun at 'American Idol' Scandal (AP)
AP - Despite the controversy surrounding her, Paula Abdul is showing she can have a sense of humor about it. The "American Idol" judge being investigated for an alleged affair with a former contestant made a cameo appearance introducing the opening sketch on NBC's "Saturday Night Live."

Abdul Pokes Fun at 'American Idol' Scandal (AP)
AP - Despite the controversy surrounding her, Paula Abdul is showing she can have a sense of humor about it. The "American Idol" judge being investigated for an alleged affair with a former contestant made a cameo appearance introducing the opening sketch on NBC's "Saturday Night Live."

Arnold Positions RadioShack As Hip (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - BOSTON Havas' Arnold in June will launch a national campaign designed to reposition its new client RadioShack as a hip, customer-focused retailer that can help consumers make smart buying decisions, sources said.

Tony Champ 'Avenue Q' Slated for a Labor Day Opening in Las Vegas (Playbill)
Playbill - Broadway's Tony Award-reigning musical champion Avenue Q will open its Las Vegas production at the Wynn Las Vegas resort on Labor Day (Sept. 5), Playbill.com has learned.

'The Graduate' Still Looking Good at 38 (AP)
AP - No, says director Mike Nichols, he wasn't trying to create either a cultural icon or even a film that would captivate at least some members of the under-30 generation in 2005 just as powerfully as it had in 1967.

Oscar nominee Haggis seeks respect with 'Crash' (Reuters)
Reuters - Sometimes, even Oscar nominees get no respect.

DancesWithFilms Unveils Independent Work (AP)
AP - At The Lot, a flowered expanse of stage and office space that once housed the free-spirited United Artists studio, a collection of directors and actors gathers outside in the sun.

Pena: 'Crash' Role Most Fulfilling Work (AP)
AP - Michael Pena considers his role in the movie "Crash" the most satisfying of his career.

Rock Defends Steroid Use Among Athletes (AP)
AP - Chris Rock is ready to get juiced. "I'm pretty scrawny," the actor-comedian says in the new issue of Rolling Stone magazine, on newsstands Friday.

A Look Back at the Week in Entertainment (AP)
AP - A look back at the week in entertainment:

Spike TV Orders Pilot Based on 'Blade' (AP)
AP - Spike TV has ordered a pilot based on the successful "Blade" movies starring Wesley Snipes as the half-human, half-vampire hunter of the undead.

Group to Protect Hepburn Land in Conn. (AP)
AP - A marshy piece of land that had been owned by Katharine Hepburn next to her home — and that she had used as inspiration for some of her paintings — has been turned over to an organization that will protect the land.

Today in Entertainment History (AP)
AP - On May 6, 1965, guitarist Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones came up with the riff that formed the foundation of the song "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction." He was staying at a motel in Clearwater, Fla., at the time.

Tucker Ready to "Rush" (E! Online)
E! Online - Chris Tucker is suddenly in a rush to make movies again.

Abdul Pokes Fun at 'American Idol' Scandal (AP)
AP - Despite the controversy surrounding her, Paula Abdul is showing she can have a sense of humor about it. The "American Idol" judge being investigated for an alleged affair with a former contestant made a cameo appearance introducing the opening sketch on NBC's "Saturday Night Live."

U.S. Band Gives Outdoor Concert in Cuba (AP)
AP - The American group Audioslave broke decades-long barriers with a thundering concert before thousands of Cuban fans — who knocked over barriers to get closer to the first U.S. rock band to play an outdoor concert in Cuba.

Geldof Dismisses Idea of Africa Aid Show (AP)
AP - Bob Geldof's office said Saturday that the Live Aid Trust may plan a repeat of the 1980s concerts to urge action on African poverty and disease, but the musician later dismissed the idea as speculation.

Man to Be Tried in Assault on Dr. Dre (AP)
AP - A man accused of punching Dr. Dre at the Vibe Awards last year must stand trial on an assault charge, a judge has ruled. Judge James Dabney on Friday found sufficient evidence to try 26-year-old Jimmy James Johnson.

Shakira Filming German Show in Turkey (AP)
AP - Shakira has arrived in Turkey to film a popular German entertainment show. She is scheduled to appear live May 15 in "Wetten, dass ... ?" from the ancient Roman amphitheater of Aspendos near the Mediterranean resort of Antalya.

Talent seeks break at Africa's jazz festival (Reuters)
Reuters - Sitting on the floor of his room off a dusty courtyard in Senegal's second city, Aziz N'Diaye dreams of recording an album he can sell in Europe.

Moms Testify They Trusted Michael Jackson (AP)
AP - Two mothers testified at Michael Jackson's trial that they trusted the singer enough to let their sons sleep in his bed and were convinced that no molestation ever occurred.

Ga. Town Honors James Brown With Statue (AP)
AP - James Brown was born in South Carolina but grew up here — and lets the world know it. Town folks appreciate that and wanted him to know it. Their way of showing him: a life-sized bronze statue of the Godfather of Soul himself in middle age, grinning broadly and wearing a cape.

Drummer Steve Gorman rejoins Black Crowes (Reuters)
Reuters - Original Black Crows drummer Steve Gorman has rejoined the band, after opting out of the initial dates on the band's reunion tour.

Pixies tour includes two shows per night (Reuters)
Reuters - How do you come back from a comeback? Alt-rockers the Pixies are doing it by mixing it up.

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