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Jackson Trial a Mixed Bag for Calif. City (AP)
AP - As the Michael Jackson case reaches its conclusion, some residents of this small city are ready to say good riddance to the crowds — but others will miss the windfall the trial has brought.

Stars Use Late-Night TV for Damage Control (AP)
AP - Russell Crowe on the East Coast, Tom Cruise on the West Coast. It was dueling damage control on late-night TV. Crowe appeared on David Letterman's "Late Show" Wednesday to apologize for throwing a tantrum and telephone at a hotel concierge, and show Americans he's not always such a hothead.

'Brangelina' Could Be Box-Office Gold (AP)
AP - Forget the curse of "Gigli." The mystery of Brangelina just may fuel ticket sales for "Mr. and Mrs. Smith," Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's steamy spy-vs.-spy, husband-vs.-wife action flick.

'Idol' Winner to Perform at CMA Festival (AP)
AP - American Idol winner Carrie Underwood is becoming a Nashville idol. Underwood was set to perform on the first day of the Country Music Association's annual festival Thursday in a lineup that included stars like Dolly Parton, Keith Urban, and Lee Ann Womack.

Cropper to Be Inducted in Songwriters Hall (AP)
AP - Steve Cropper knew "(Sittin' On) The Dock of the Bay" and "Knock On Wood" had the potential to be monster hits as soon as he penned them. But executives at the legendary Stax Records saw them as recording session outtakes.

Film review: The Bow (Reuters)
Reuters - In "The Bow," Kim Ki-duk continues the twin pursuits of his recent films: allegorical storytelling and silent movie techniques.

Cropper to Be Inducted in Songwriters Hall (AP)
AP - Steve Cropper knew "(Sittin' On) The Dock of the Bay" and "Knock On Wood" had the potential to be monster hits as soon as he penned them. But executives at the legendary Stax Records saw them as recording session outtakes.

FCC votes to speed some digital televisions (Reuters)
Reuters - U.S. communications regulators on Thursday moved to speed up the transition to digital television by accelerating the deadline for the sale of mid-sized sets that can view the high-quality signals.

Nisenholtz Wins EPpy for Individual Achievement (Editor and Publisher)
Editor and Publisher - NEW ORLEANS Martin Nisenholtz, senior vice president, digital media, at The New York Times Co., was this year's EPpy recipient for outstanding individual achievement. He addressed roughly 100 attendees about his company's move toward paid content and his vision for the news sites during today's EPpy awards luncheon, sponsored by HarvestInfo.

Backstreet Boys offering free tour tickets (Reuters)
Reuters - Clear Channel Music Group, suffering from a slump in the concert business as fans rebel against forking out hefty sums for nosebleed seats, is teaming with the Backstreet Boys and AOL Music to offer two-for-one tickets for the group's summer amphitheater tour.

Film review: The Bow (Reuters)
Reuters - In "The Bow," Kim Ki-duk continues the twin pursuits of his recent films: allegorical storytelling and silent movie techniques.

Film review: Slingshot (Reuters)
Reuters - A gritty, downbeat drama boasting an intelligent script and sensitive performances, "Slingshot" is the sort of film destined for festival success and commercial obscurity.

Film review: The Bridge of San Luis Rey (Reuters)
Reuters - Thornton Wilder's Pulitzer Prize-winning 1927 novel once again defies screen treatment in this big-budget European production featuring no fewer than Academy Award winners in its distinguished cast.

Film review: The Honeymooners (Reuters)
Reuters - Borrowing the name but little else from a famous comedy brand, "The Honeymooners" starring Cedric the Entertainer is a lackluster affair, devoid of laughs and just about anything else one might construe as entertainment. Box office prospects for the John Schultz-directed comedy, even among its African-American target audience, are poor.

Film review: High Tension (Reuters)
Reuters - A blood-spattered ode to the low-budget American horror film circa 1974's "The Texas Chain Saw Massacre," French import "High Tension" (Haute Tension) gets the nightmarish dread down cold.

Brad, Angelina set to rule at weekend box office (Reuters)
Reuters - The on- and offscreen heat being generated by Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie is sure to ignite the box office this weekend.

'Brangelina' Could Be Box-Office Gold (AP)
AP - Forget the curse of "Gigli." The mystery of Brangelina just may fuel ticket sales for "Mr. and Mrs. Smith," Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's steamy spy-vs.-spy, husband-vs.-wife action flick.

'Sharkboy' maker gives 'family film' new meaning (Reuters)
Reuters - He said he never meant to do it, but when "Spy Kids" director Robert Rodriguez set out to make "The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lava Girl 3-D" he gave new meaning to the term "family film."

Review: 'High Tension' (AP)
AP - The incredibly gory "High Tension" comes from France, a country not exactly known for slasher flicks or for producing films with only about 10 minutes of dialogue.

Review: 'Sharkboy' Lacks Originality (AP)
AP - Robert Rodriguez has repeatedly proven himself as a filmmaker of infinite resourcefulness, serving as director, writer, cinematographer, editor, visual effects supervisor and sometimes even composing the score. But with his latest movie, "The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl in 3-D," he confirms what he cannot do: come up with a single original idea.

'Idol' Winner to Perform at CMA Festival (AP)
AP - American Idol winner Carrie Underwood is becoming a Nashville idol. Underwood was set to perform on the first day of the Country Music Association's annual festival Thursday in a lineup that included stars like Dolly Parton, Keith Urban, and Lee Ann Womack.

Mariah Carey tops single, album charts (Reuters)
Reuters - For the second time this year, an artist has both the No. 1 album and single in the United States.

Cropper to Be Inducted in Songwriters Hall (AP)
AP - Steve Cropper knew "(Sittin' On) The Dock of the Bay" and "Knock On Wood" had the potential to be monster hits as soon as he penned them. But executives at the legendary Stax Records saw them as recording session outtakes.

Jackson Trial a Mixed Bag for Calif. City (AP)
AP - As the Michael Jackson case reaches its conclusion, some residents of this small city are ready to say good riddance to the crowds — but others will miss the windfall the trial has brought.

Dwight Yoakam to Blanket the Airwaves (AP)
AP - Dwight Yoakam's new album hits stores on Tuesday, and he'll be all over television to be sure his fans know it.

Jackson Once Upstaged Romanian Election (AP)
AP - Thirteen years ago, Romania's president waited outside a shabby orphanage as Michael Jackson met children inside. Beyond the walled compound, thousands of screaming fans jostled with security men and journalists, straining for a peek at the "King of Pop."

Shakira Returns to Her Native Tongue (AP)
AP - Stardom in any language is old hat for Shakira. A singer since she was a teen, the Colombia native has long been a sensation in Latin America and other Spanish-speaking countries, selling millions of records with her sultry voice, rock-tinged anthems and belly gyrations.

Gorillaz Leader Still Has Movie Hopes (AP)
AP - Damon Albarn, the frontman for the British band Blur, says he still is considering a movie project for his side band, Gorillaz, but it won't happen anytime soon.

Jackson jury ends fifth day of deliberation (Reuters)
Reuters - Jurors in Michael Jackson's sex-abuse trial ended a shortened fifth day of deliberations without reaching a verdict on Thursday, hours after the pop star returned home from his latest trip to the hospital.

CMA Festival Begins in Nashville (AP)
AP - The CMA Music Festival began Thursday, with more than 400 artists and celebrities performing on several stages scattered throughout downtown Nashville.

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