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Stewart Seeks Divorce 6 Years After Split (AP)
AP - Singer Rod Stewart has filed for divorce from actress Rachel Hunter, citing irreconcilable differences.

Gunshot As Alleged Thief Peddles 'Potter' (AP)
AP - A man who allegedly tried to sell a stolen copy of the forthcoming Harry Potter book to two tabloid newspapers fired a handgun next to the head of a reporter who came to meet him, police said Saturday. The reporter was not injured.

Rather: Watergate Brought Many Lessons (AP)
AP - Former CBS News anchor Dan Rather said Saturday he believes that Watergate whistleblower "Deep Throat" showed the importance of investigative journalism and the judicious use of anonymous sources.

Jackson Jury May Be Deciding Who's Weirder (AP)
AP - The jury deliberating the fate of Michael Jackson may have to decide who's weirder: Jackson or the mother of his accuser.

Magazine: Kelly Osbourne in Drug Rehab (AP)
AP - Kelly Osbourne, the 20-year-old daughter of heavy metal star Ozzy Osbourne, has checked herself into a drug treatment center, according to a published report.

'Breakfast Club' Cast Reunites on MTV (AP)
AP - Young Hollywood turned back the clock at the MTV Movie Awards on Saturday night when the cast of the 1985 hit film "The Breakfast Club" was reunited. The cable network also gave its first lifetime achievement award to Tom Cruise, who accepted it from girlfriend Katie Holmes.

Stewart Seeks Divorce 6 Years After Split (AP)
AP - Singer Rod Stewart has filed for divorce from actress Rachel Hunter, citing irreconcilable differences.

High school flicks rule at MTV Movie awards (Reuters)
Reuters - Bittersweet movies about teenagers' quests to be cool reigned at the MTV Movie Awards on Saturday, with high school comedies "Napoleon Dynamite" and "Mean Girls" picking up many of the event's quirky awards.

Odd 'Neighbors' Housed at Book Convention (AP)
AP - BookExpo America, the publishing industry's annual national convention, could be likened to a small, makeshift city, with thousands of publishers, of infinite variety, assembled under one roof this weekend.

'Spamalot' takes aim at Broadway's Tony Awards (Reuters)
Reuters - Broadway bestows its top honors on Sunday with big-budget hit musical "Monty Python's Spamalot" jousting with the likes of gloriously geeky "The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee" for the Tony Awards.

'Breakfast Club' Cast Reunites on MTV (AP)
AP - Young Hollywood turned back the clock at the MTV Movie Awards on Saturday night when the cast of the 1985 hit film "The Breakfast Club" was reunited. The cable network also gave its first lifetime achievement award to Tom Cruise, who accepted it from girlfriend Katie Holmes.

Colo. District Nixes School Bullying Film (AP)
AP - Officials in the school district that includes Columbine High School have nixed the idea of filming a movie at another school in the county because it deals in part with bullying.

Venue Changed for Tokyo 'War' Premiere (AP)
AP - The world premiere of Steven Spielberg's new film "War of the Worlds" will be held on June 13 in Tokyo, but at a different venue than originally planned, its distributor said Saturday.

Zeta-Jones Stalker to Be Sentenced in July (AP)
AP - A woman who pleaded no contest to stalking and threatening actress Catherine Zeta-Jones will be sentenced next month.

'Hogan's Heroes' Actor Leon Askin Dies (AP)
AP - Leon Askin, the actor who played Gen. Albert Burkhalter in the 1960s television comedy "Hogan's Heroes," has died, Austrian officials said Friday.

'Dogtown' turns skateboarder's life into fiction (Reuters)
Reuters - Once skateboard champion Stacy Peralta had seen Catherine Hardwicke tumble into an empty swimming pool, he knew she was the right person to direct his script for the male-dominated movie "Lords of Dogtown."

30 Years After 'Jaws,' a Return to Beach (AP)
AP - Cue the ominous bass line and close the beaches. This weekend, some 30 years after "Jaws" premiered on the big screen, hundreds of movie buffs have flocked to Martha's Vineyard off the southeastern coast of Massachusetts to celebrate the great white shark that terrified millions of moviegoers.

"X3" Doesn't Mark Spot for Director (E! Online)
E! Online - Just weeks before production was set to begin, British filmmaker Matthew Vaughn became the second helmer to drop directing duties on the third edition of the blockbuster superhero franchise.

Director Hardwicke, Skater Peralta Friends (AP)
AP - Like the gravity-defying skateboarders in her new film, Catherine Hardwicke is somewhat of a daredevil herself.

Artie Shaw documentary gets rare L.A. screening (Reuters)
Reuters - In 1987, director Brigitte Berman won an Academy Award for best documentary feature for "Artie Shaw: Time Is All You've Got," a portrait of the jazz clarinetist. It has been virtually unseen since then -- thanks largely to a legal confrontation with the film's late subject over control of the picture.

Stewart Seeks Divorce 6 Years After Split (AP)
AP - Singer Rod Stewart has filed for divorce from actress Rachel Hunter, citing irreconcilable differences.

Kelly Osbourne Back in Rehab (E! Online)
E! Online - Papa, don't preach--Kelly Osbourne is in trouble deep and back in rehab.

B.I.G. Witness Admits to "Hearsay" (E! Online)
E! Online - The Notorious B.I.G.'s murder case remains a big mystery.

Jackson Jury May Be Deciding Who's Weirder (AP)
AP - The jury deliberating the fate of Michael Jackson may have to decide who's weirder: Jackson or the mother of his accuser.

N.Y. Station Suddenly Dumps Oldies Format (AP)
AP - It's the day the music died. WCBS-FM, the top oldies station in the nation for more than three decades, stunned its legion of listeners by abruptly switching formats this weekend. Goodbye, Buddy Holly and the Beach Boys. Hello, Duran Duran and Jet.

Magazine: Kelly Osbourne in Drug Rehab (AP)
AP - Kelly Osbourne, the 20-year-old daughter of heavy metal star Ozzy Osbourne, has checked herself into a drug treatment center, according to a published report.

Jackson jurors begin weighing fate of pop star (Reuters)
Reuters - Jurors ended their first hours of deliberations in Michael's Jackson's molestation trial on Friday after hearing dueling closing arguments that portrayed the pop star as either a sexual predator or the naive victim of a family of hardened liars.

Hungary to Subsidize Pop, Jazz, Folk Bands (AP)
AP - Hungary's culture ministry has announced a series of measures designed to provide greater opportunities for Hungarian pop, jazz and folk music bands.

'Little Noises' puts poet's work to music (Reuters)
Reuters - She has "always been a words and music person," but until her two-disc "Little Noises" project came about, Marcia Pelletiere admits she "never thought they would come together."

Jazz musician, activist Oscar Brown Jr. dies at 78 (Reuters)
Reuters - Oscar Brown Jr. -- singer, composer, lyricist, playwright and black-culture activist -- died May 29 in Chicago from complications from a blood infection. He was 78.

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