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Gumby Making Comeback on 50th Anniversary (AP)
AP - Five decades after Gumby first captured the nation's imagination, the little green guy and his chums are starring in a new art exhibit — the first in a series of events to mark the 50th anniversary of the television icon's creation and launch his comeback.

Star Wars Fans Flock to Paris (AP)
AP - Darth Vader has been spotted working the crowd in Paris, posing for photos on a red carpet behind a velvet rope line — to the glee of adoring European "Star Wars" fans.

Promising Author Egolf Kills Himself at 33 (AP)
AP - Tristan Egolf, a political activist and author whose first novel at age 27 won him comparisons to William Faulkner and John Steinbeck, has died. He was 33.

Bluegrass Singer Jimmy Martin Dies at 77 (AP)
AP - Jimmy Martin, a pioneering bluegrass singer and guitarist who performed with the Blue Grass Boys and many other musicians, died Saturday. He was 77.

Crazy Cabbie Gets Jail After On-Air Boast (AP)
AP - Radio personality "Crazy Cabbie" will spend a year in prison for tax evasion after boasting about it on the nationally syndicated "Howard Stern Show."

Star Wars Fans Flock to Paris (AP)
AP - Darth Vader has been spotted working the crowd in Paris, posing for photos on a red carpet behind a velvet rope line — to the glee of adoring European "Star Wars" fans.

Bluegrass Singer Jimmy Martin Dies at 77 (AP)
AP - Jimmy Martin, a pioneering bluegrass singer and guitarist who performed with the Blue Grass Boys and many other musicians, died Saturday. He was 77.

Gumby Making Comeback on 50th Anniversary (AP)
AP - Five decades after Gumby first captured the nation's imagination, the little green guy and his chums are starring in a new art exhibit — the first in a series of events to mark the 50th anniversary of the television icon's creation and launch his comeback.

Weinsteins show in Cannes there's life after Disney (Reuters)
Reuters - Bob and Harvey Weinstein are proving there is life after Disney.

PLAYBILL.COM'S THEATRE WEEK IN REVIEW, May 7-13: Song of Four (Playbill)
Playbill - Some commentators have called the 2004-05 Broadway season weak on new musicals, but as far as the Tony Awards nominating committee was concerned, there were four very clear leaders in the field. The Tony nominations were announced May 10, and in category after category you saw the same quartet: Spamalot, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, The Light in the Piazza and The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.

Star Wars Fans Flock to Paris (AP)
AP - Darth Vader has been spotted working the crowd in Paris, posing for photos on a red carpet behind a velvet rope line — to the glee of adoring European "Star Wars" fans.

Cannes Tackles American Box-Office Issues (AP)
AP - The tough reality of European cinema is that about 70 percent of ticket sales here are for American movies. And despite a few recent cross-border successes such as "The Chorus" or "A Very Long Engagement," the figures are not budging.

Goldie Hawn Still Visits Hometown (AP)
AP - If no one is home when Goldie Hawn returns on her annual visits to the brick duplex in this Washington, D.C., suburb where she grew up, she finds a neighbor to let her in.

Downey, Kilmer Step Into Gumshoe Roles (AP)
AP - Robert Downey Jr. and Val Kilmer have turned gumshoe with "Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang," a murder mystery that could have been called "Nudge Nudge, Wink Wink" for its relentless yet loving tweaks at Hollywood film-noir conventions.

Woody Allen Eyes Barcelona for Next Film (AP)
AP - Woody Allen said Saturday he wants to shoot his next movie in Barcelona.

Disturbing 'Hidden' keeps you guessing at Cannes (Reuters)
Reuters - Michael Haneke's "Cache" ("Hidden"), starring French Oscar winner Juliette Binoche, is a disturbing psychological drama that keeps you guessing long after the final credits.

Williams Files Suit Against Look-Alike (AP)
AP - It takes more than hairy arms and a good Mrs. Doubtfire impersonation to be Robin Williams. The 52-year-old comedian-actor claims a look-alike named Michael Clayton duped a reporter and a charity organizer into thinking he really was Williams.

Film Probes Denial of Paraplegic's Wedding (AP)
AP - Flavia Fontes was talking on the phone when a headline in a small Brazilian newspaper caught her eye: A paraplegic man was forbidden to get married by the Roman Catholic Church because he was impotent.

Girls' Film on Pregnancy Gets Exposure (AP)
AP - With at least six classmates pregnant, including the valedictorian with her second child, it was clear to a few girls at Mission High School that more information was needed on safe sex.

Gilliam Sneak Previews 'Brothers Grimm' (AP)
AP - In Terry Gilliam's fertile imagination, Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm were more than fairy-tale collectors. They actually lived a fairy tale, complete with curses, monsters and an evil hag in a tower.

Bluegrass Singer Jimmy Martin Dies at 77 (AP)
AP - Jimmy Martin, a pioneering bluegrass singer and guitarist who performed with the Blue Grass Boys and many other musicians, died Saturday. He was 77.

Stones ready to roll again (Reuters)
Reuters - Time is still on the Rolling Stones' side.

Singer McCready Says Boyfriend Hit Her (AP)
AP - Mindy McCready told a judge her former boyfriend punched her in the face and choked her after saying she wasn't going to make a fool out of him by seeing other men.

Lawyer: Jackson Said Nothing Happened (AP)
AP - SANTA MARIA, Calif. — Michael Jackson's former attorney took the stand in the pop star's child molestation trial, testifying he investigated the accuser's family and became "gravely concerned" about them as a threat to his client.

Eminem, Lil' Jon, Fantasia To Appear At Hip-Hop Summit (Yahoo! Music)
Yahoo! Music - Ranking American Idol Fantasia Barrino will join a number of rappers on Saturday (May 14) in Detroit to take part in the third annual Detroit Hip-Hop Summit. Fantasia will appear with Eminem, Lil Jon, Master P, Common, Obie Trice, Stat Quo, and Run-DMC's Reverend Run at the gathering, which has been named Get Your Money Right and will focus on business and personal finance issues. The gathering will feature a keynote speech by best-selling author and CNBC host Suze Orman, whose latest book, The Money Book For The Young, Fabulous and Broke, is targeted at younger, urban readers.

Timberlake's Bum Pipes (E! Online)
E! Online - Has all that beat-boxing shredded Justin Timberlake's pipes?

Rapper 50 Cent to Avoid Jail Time (AP)
AP - The rapper 50 Cent will avoid jail time for allegedly trampling two women and punching a third during a concert last year, as long as he stays drug free and doesn't commit any other crimes for two years.

French Music Producer Eddie Barclay Dies (AP)
AP - Eddie Barclay, a flamboyant French music producer whose stable of singers included Jacques Brel and Charles Aznavour and who worked for years with Quincy Jones, has died. He was 84.

Santana album pushed to September (Reuters)
Reuters - Originally scheduled for a June 21 release, Carlos Santana's new Arista album, "All That I Am," has been pushed to Sept. 6. The reason for the change was unknown.

McCready Tells Court About Ex's Attack (AP)
AP - Country singer Mindy McCready told a judge her former boyfriend punched her in the face and choked her after saying she wasn't going to make a fool out of him by seeing other men.

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