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Judge Bars Photos of Jackson Genitalia (AP)
AP - The judge in the Michael Jackson molestation trial Thursday spared jurors from seeing a graphic piece of evidence when he barred prosecutors from showing photographs of the pop star's genitalia.

Corey Clark Miffed by 'Idol' Spoof (AP)
AP - Bo Bice might have lost out to Carrie Underwood on the "American Idol" finale, but the one who's really upset is Corey Clark.

Strong TV Season Ends on 'Idol' Finale (AP)
AP - With nearly 30 million people watching the "American Idol" finale on Fox, broadcast television networks ended a season that gave everybody something to brag about — except NBC.

Carey Has 16th No. 1 Hit With Ballad (AP)
AP - Mariah Carey is celebrating her Sweet Sixteenth. The diva notched her 16th No. 1 hit on the Billboard Top 100 singles chart this week with the ballad "We Belong Together," off the album "The Emancipation of Mimi," which has sold more than 2 million copies after less than two months on the charts.

Networks Prepare Reality Flood for Summer (AP)
AP - Get ready for Tommy Lee as an undergrad, two separate dance contests and apprentice rock stars, apprentice chefs, apprentice fashion designers, apprentice scholars, apprentice slackers and apprentice Hiltons.

Tarantino, Rodriguez "Grind" It (E! Online)
E! Online - Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez are in the house. Make that Grind House.

Corey Clark Miffed by 'Idol' Spoof (AP)
AP - Bo Bice might have lost out to Carrie Underwood on the "American Idol" finale, but the one who's really upset is Corey Clark.

Corey Clark Miffed by 'Idol' Spoof (AP)
AP - Bo Bice might have lost out to Carrie Underwood on the "American Idol" finale, but the one who's really upset is Corey Clark.

A Few Big Gainers Propelled Regional Shops' '04 Growth (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - A handful of particularly big gainers, with revenue growth of 20 percent or more, were what drove the top 60 regional agencies in the U.S. to post slightly better overall revenue growth than that of Adweek's 33 graded national shops in 2004.

Barbour and Wintersteller Are 'The Ghost and Mrs. Muir' in New Musical in L.A. (Playbill)
Playbill - It was a novel, a film and a TV series, and now The Ghost & Mrs. Muir is a stage musical, beginning previews in Los Angeles May 26 toward and opening June 3. James Barbour and Lynne Wintersteller star in the title roles.

Tarantino, Rodriguez "Grind" It (E! Online)
E! Online - Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez are in the house. Make that Grind House.

"Sith" Fans Maimed in Light-Saber Mishap (E! Online)
E! Online - The Force--let alone common sense--was definitely not with them.

Simon Callow Peforming for Queen Elizabeth (AP)
AP - Simon Callow, Jane Horrocks and other celebrities will perform for Queen Elizabeth II at a concert marking the 60th anniversary of the end of World War II.

Two Suspected in van Gogh Slaying Arrested (AP)
AP - Authorities have arrested two Chechen citizens in France and the Netherlands in connection with the November slaying of Dutch filmmaker Theo van Gogh, prosecutors said Thursday.

Jolie Claims No Pitt Relationship (AP)
AP - In a new interview, Angelina Jolie says she "thinks the world" of Brad Pitt — but never slept with him.

Case of 1969 Altamont Stabbing Closed (AP)
AP - Nearly 36 years after a man was stabbed to death during a Rolling Stones concert at Altamont Speedway, investigators have closed the case, dismissing a theory that a second Hells Angel took part in the killing.

Filmmaker Ismail Merchant dies in London (Reuters)
Reuters - Indian-born international filmmaker Ismail Merchant died suddenly on Wednesday in a London hospital, a spokesman for his London office said.

Feds Shut Web Site in Piracy Crackdown (AP)
AP - Federal raiders. Internet pirates. Intergalactic screen adventures. The government announced a crackdown Wednesday on the theft of movies and other copyright materials that has the elements of a film plot.

Chevy Chase makes room for 'Zoom' (Reuters)
Reuters - Chevy Chase is zooming back to the big screen for his first studio feature since 2002's "Orange County."

Tarantino, Rodriguez set to 'Grind' together (Reuters)
Reuters - Miramax Films golden children Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez are teaming up to make a film for the new company established by the studio's founders, Bob and Harvey Weinstein.

Corey Clark Miffed by 'Idol' Spoof (AP)
AP - Bo Bice might have lost out to Carrie Underwood on the "American Idol" finale, but the one who's really upset is Corey Clark.

Mariah Makes Move on Elvis (E! Online)
E! Online - This week, Carey scored her 16th number one single on Billboard's Hot 100 with "We Belong Together"--putting her in rarefied company.

Garth and Trisha's Country Connection (E! Online)
E! Online - Garth Brooks has got a good thing going--his engagement to fellow country star Trisha Yearwood.

New Exhibit Shows Clinton's Favorite Music (AP)
AP - Saxophones were an informal trademark for America's first rock 'n' roll president, but a new exhibit at Bill Clinton's library shows a much broader range of musical connections, from Bono to B.B. King, even from an Eritrean lute to a Czech recorder.

Carey Has 16th No. 1 Hit With Ballad (AP)
AP - Mariah Carey is celebrating her Sweet Sixteenth. The diva notched her 16th No. 1 hit on the Billboard Top 100 singles chart this week with the ballad "We Belong Together," off the album "The Emancipation of Mimi," which has sold more than 2 million copies after less than two months on the charts.

Judge Bars Photos of Jackson Genitalia (AP)
AP - The judge in the Michael Jackson molestation trial Thursday spared jurors from seeing a graphic piece of evidence when he barred prosecutors from showing photographs of the pop star's genitalia.

Mariah Carey nets 16th singles chart-topper (Reuters)
Reuters - Mariah Carey notched her 16th No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart Thursday with "We Belong Together," ending the four-week reign of Gwen Stefani's "Hollaback Girl."

Case of 1969 Altamont Stabbing Closed (AP)
AP - Nearly 36 years after a man was stabbed to death during a Rolling Stones concert at Altamont Speedway, investigators have closed the case, dismissing a theory that a second Hells Angel took part in the killing.

Carrie Underwood Wins 'Idol' Contest (AP)
AP - Shortly after Carrie Underwood was named the new "American Idol," she was greeted by an enthusiastic and important fan: A top executive at the company that will put out her first recording.

Bob Geldof Confirms Plans for Concert (AP)
AP - Live Aid founders Bob Geldof and Midge Ure confirmed Thursday they are planning a star-studded concert to fight poverty in Africa — but insisted it wouldn't be Live Aid II.

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