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Bush, Show Biz Stars Salute Troops in D.C. (AP)
AP - President Bush thanked U.S. service members and their families at a pretaped Fourth of July celebration Sunday night at Ford's Theatre.

Prison Could Mean Famous Digs for Jackson (AP)
AP - If the child molestation case against Michael Jackson ends with a prison sentence, the pop star's likely new home would be almost as exclusive as his Neverland ranch.

Pitt, Jolie Hit the Mark With $51M Haul (AP)
AP - Off-screen couple or not, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie had enough on-screen chemistry to lift their assassin tale "Mr. and Mrs. Smith" to a robust $51 million opening weekend.

Classic Pink Floyd Lineup to Play Live 8 (AP)
AP - Organizers of the London Live 8 concert said Sunday that the British rock band Pink Floyd would perform with its classic lineup at the July event for the first time in more than two decades.

Autopsy Awaited in Bonnaroo Fan's Death (AP)
AP - Authorities are still awaiting the autopsy results of a man who died at the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival, but witnesses said he seemed to suffer from a medical disorder called sleep apnea.

Brad and Angelina's Boffo "Smith" (E! Online)
E! Online - Brangelina may or may not be an item, but they sure know how to make sparks at the box office.

Prison Could Mean Famous Digs for Jackson (AP)
AP - If the child molestation case against Michael Jackson ends with a prison sentence, the pop star's likely new home would be almost as exclusive as his Neverland ranch.

TV review: The Closer (Reuters)
Reuters - TV cops, particularly the women, tend to look more like graduates of charm school than the police academy. Kyra Sedgwick, the star of "The Closer," is no exception. What's different about her character, though, is that despite her obvious femininity, she can be as tough as anyone on the force. Tougher, at times.

Pitt, Jolie Hit the Mark With $51M Haul (AP)
AP - Off-screen couple or not, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie had enough on-screen chemistry to lift their assassin tale "Mr. and Mrs. Smith" to a robust $51 million opening weekend.

Theater review: Mark Twain Tonight! (Reuters)
Reuters - Watching someone puff on a cigar and wander between a podium and highback chair for two-plus hours might sound tedious. But Hal Holbrook has turned that never-ending journey across an otherwise bare stage into an art form, better known as "Mark Twain Tonight!"

Brad and Angelina's Boffo "Smith" (E! Online)
E! Online - Brangelina may or may not be an item, but they sure know how to make sparks at the box office.

Pitt, Jolie Hit the Mark With $51M Haul (AP)
AP - Off-screen couple or not, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie had enough on-screen chemistry to lift their assassin tale "Mr. and Mrs. Smith" to a robust $51 million opening weekend.

Closure overrated with Deep Throat and Darth (Reuters)
Reuters - The psychological concept of closure is one of those squishy ideas that achieved a certain vogue during the psychobabble of the '70s Me Decade.

Pitt, Jolie spark at box office with 'Smith' (Reuters)
Reuters - Rumored paramours Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie made a golden couple at the North American box office on Sunday as their thriller "Mr. & Mrs. Smith" topped the weekend rankings.

Cruise Says Holmes 'Digs' Scientology (AP)
AP - Tom Cruise says girlfriend Katie Holmes "digs" the Church of Scientology. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Cruise says the 26-year-old "Batman Begins" actress is curious about Scientology, founded by L. Ron Hubbard.

Hollywood's Halo Effect (E! Online)
E! Online - Universal Pictures and 20th Century Fox are teaming up to bring to the big screen the Marine protagonist of Microsoft's megaselling shoot-'em-up videogame Halo.

Microsoft nears movie deal for 'Halo' videogame (Reuters)
Reuters - Microsoft Corp. was near a deal on Friday to sell the rights to make a movie based on hit video game series "Halo" after a recent round of Hollywood talks in which a high asking price and demands for creative input drew the ire of some parties, sources said.

Actor Corin Redgrave in Critical Condition (AP)
AP - Actor Corin Redgrave, the brother of actresses Vanessa and Lynn Redgrave, was in critical condition Friday after suffering a heart attack, the hospital treating him said.

George Lucas' All-Star AFI Party (E! Online)
E! Online - As a certain little green Jedi master might say, an affair to remember, it was.

Naomi Watts Celebrates IFC Center Opening (AP)
AP - Naomi Watts, along with Harvey Weinstein, John Sayles, Alfonso Cuaron and 400 movie-lovers, celebrated the grand opening of the Independent Film Channel's new independent cinema hub.

Prison Could Mean Famous Digs for Jackson (AP)
AP - If the child molestation case against Michael Jackson ends with a prison sentence, the pop star's likely new home would be almost as exclusive as his Neverland ranch.

The wheels fall off some traveling music festivals (Reuters)
Reuters - While wandering for eight hours in the hot sun searching for bathrooms, libations and good food has limited appeal to anyone over age 30, many a youngster lives for the three-day, raining-like-crazy, dancing-in-the-mud summer festival.

Concert review: Sleater-Kinney (Reuters)
Reuters - The White Stripes might be rock's best duo. On Thursday night at the Henry Fonda Theatre, Sleater-Kinney staked its claim for the best trio title with a blistering, nearly 90-minute set.

Mandela, Stars Make Plea at AIDS Concert (AP)
AP - Nelson Mandela teamed up with more than 50 international music stars to press the world's richest nations to take increased action against AIDS and poverty.

Classic Pink Floyd Lineup to Play Live 8 (AP)
AP - Organizers of the London Live 8 concert said Sunday that the British rock band Pink Floyd would perform with its classic lineup at the July event for the first time in more than two decades.

Autopsy Awaited in Bonnaroo Fan's Death (AP)
AP - Authorities are still awaiting the autopsy results of a man who died at the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival, but witnesses said he seemed to suffer from a medical disorder called sleep apnea.

Randy Travis Promotes Music in New Mexico (AP)
AP - Country music star Randy Travis and his wife will serve on a newly established New Mexico Music Commission, designed to promote and showcase the state's music industry.

Twisted Sister Helps Out Ailing Sound Man (AP)
AP - Charlie Barreca is too sick to rock 'n' roll, but too young to die. The longtime sound man for the heavy metal group Twisted Sister, Barreca needs a liver transplant, but has nothing left from the money he made traveling around the world, making sure every dirty word that flew from Dee Snider's lips was heard clearly.

Rice Takes to Stage to Aid Ailing Soprano (AP)
AP - A musician long before she became an academic and then a world-famous diplomat, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice took to the Kennedy Center concert stage Saturday to accompany a young soprano battling an often-fatal disease.

Mandela urges rich world to act against AIDS (Reuters)
Reuters - Nelson Mandela joined some of the world's top musicians Saturday in pressing the rich world to act against AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa.

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