Home | Advertising Info20 USERS CURRENTLY ONLINE   
PowerASP
   Site Search Contact Us Sunday, October 22, 2017  




Michael Jackson Could Face Civil Case (AP)
AP - Part of Michael Jackson's winning legal strategy was convincing jurors that his accuser's family intended to get rich by suing the pop star for a cash bonanza. Whether that happens to Jackson may soon be clear.

Disc Jockey Sues Kid Rock for $575,000 (AP)
AP - A disc jockey has sued Kid Rock for $575,000, claiming the entertainer punched him at an adult entertainment club in February.

Destiny's Child to Perform at ESPY Awards (AP)
AP - Destiny's Child will perform at the ESPY Awards in one of the trio's final national television appearances before the group disbands in the fall.

Spicy Hilton Ad to Air in More Markets (AP)
AP - A racy TV ad featuring a swimsuit-clad Paris Hilton eating a burger and washing a Bentley, which sparked a controversy when it aired on the West Coast, is now coming to markets in the Midwest and Southeast.

Jermaine Jackson Says Brother 'At Peace' (AP)
AP - Michael Jackson is "at peace" as he recovers from the ordeal of his molestation trial, his brother Jermaine said Wednesday.

Keri Russell Accepts "Mission" (E! Online)
E! Online - The former Felicity star is reuniting with director J.J. Abrams to star opposite Tom Cruise in Mission: Impossible 3.

Destiny's Child to Perform at ESPY Awards (AP)
AP - Destiny's Child will perform at the ESPY Awards in one of the trio's final national television appearances before the group disbands in the fall.

Spicy Hilton Ad to Air in More Markets (AP)
AP - A racy TV ad featuring a swimsuit-clad Paris Hilton eating a burger and washing a Bentley, which sparked a controversy when it aired on the West Coast, is now coming to markets in the Midwest and Southeast.

Loomis Agency, Musician Join Hands To Target Christians (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - The Loomis Agency wants to help major brands reach out to evangelical Christians, in part through religious festivals that can attract as many as a quarter-million souls and reach thousands more through cable and broadcast channels.

Casting Announced for Many Summer Play Festival Entries; Nielsen, Linklater, DeShields, Pine Featured (Playbill)
Playbill - A host of established names have been announced for the casts of the 16 plays featured in the 2005 Summer Play Festival in Manhattan, running July 5-31 under the aegis of deep-pocketed producer Arielle Tepper.

Keri Russell Accepts "Mission" (E! Online)
E! Online - The former Felicity star is reuniting with director J.J. Abrams to star opposite Tom Cruise in Mission: Impossible 3.

Eddie Murphy Set to Sing in 'Dreamgirls' (AP)
AP - Eddie Murphy, the voice of Donkey in the "Shrek" films, is joining the cast of the upcoming screen version of "Dreamgirls."

Review: 'Batman' Is Too Self-Serious (AP)
AP - "Your anger gives you great power — but if you let it, it will destroy you." Advice from the manipulative Chancellor Palpatine to malleable Anakin Skywalker, as the young Jedi teeters on the edge of becoming Darth Vader in the most recent "Star Wars" prequel? Close.

Movies Review: 'Heights' Goes Deep (AP)
AP - Probably the first clue that something is awry among the articulate, attractive characters in "Heights" comes when an old friend asks young Isabel (Elizabeth Banks) how her engagement ring feels.

Fonda, Kidder Promote Montana for Films (AP)
AP - More than two dozen agents, producers, screenwriters and other film industry moguls, including actors Peter Fonda and Margot Kidder, were named Wednesday to a council charged with enticing Hollywood back to Big Sky Country.

Salem Expecting Large 'Bewitched' Crowd (AP)
AP - Salem police say they're expecting a large crowd for Wednesday's dedication of a "Bewitched" statue in Lappin Park.

Entertainment Quote From the AP (AP)
AP - "It seemed like the time was right for me as a filmmaker to let the audience experience an alien that is a little less pleasant than E.T." — Steven Spielberg, referring to his new movie, "War of the Worlds."

At the Movies: Capsule Reviews of Films (AP)
AP - Capsule reviews of films opening this week:

'Batman Begins' adds reality to comic book flick (Reuters)
Reuters - Forget comic books. Forget superheroes with super powers. The once-powerful "Batman" movie franchise returns to theaters this week, bringing a new dose of adult reality to a series that fell victim to cartoonish villains.

'My Cousin Vinny' Actor Lane Smith Dies (AP)
AP - Lane Smith, a longtime character actor who played a small-town district attorney who clashed with Joe Pesci in "My Cousin Vinny," died Monday. He was 69.

Destiny's Child to Perform at ESPY Awards (AP)
AP - Destiny's Child will perform at the ESPY Awards in one of the trio's final national television appearances before the group disbands in the fall.

Coldplay Chills Out Peas, Stripes (E! Online)
E! Online - Coldplay is taking over the world at the speed of sound--much to the chagrin of the Black Eyed Peas, White Stripes and Shakira.

Rapper 50 Cent Pulls Out of Live 8 (AP)
AP - Rapper 50 Cent is pulling out of next month's Live 8 concert because of a scheduling conflict with his new movie.

Elton John Extends Las Vegas Show (AP)
AP - Elton John will extend his show, "The Red Piano," at Caesars Palace through 2008, the performer said.

British band Coldplay's new album opens at No. 1 (Reuters)
Reuters - British rock band Coldplay clinched its first American chart topper on Wednesday as its latest album "X&Y" logged first-week U.S. sales of more than 737,000 copies and also shot to No. 1 in 21 other countries.

Michael Jackson Could Face Civil Case (AP)
AP - Part of Michael Jackson's winning legal strategy was convincing jurors that his accuser's family intended to get rich by suing the pop star for a cash bonanza. Whether that happens to Jackson may soon be clear.

Africans to appear in smaller-scale Live 8 show (Reuters)
Reuters - African musicians will stage a concert to coincide with major Live 8 charity events across Europe next month, organizers said on Wednesday, after the main lineups were criticized for being "too damn Anglo-Saxon."

Coldplay's new album opens at No. 1 (Reuters)
Reuters - British band Coldplay shot to the top of the pop-music charts on Wednesday as its latest album, "X&Y," logged first-week U.S. sales of more than 737,000 copies and also hit No. 1 in 21 other countries.

EBay Kills Live 8 Auctions (E! Online)
E! Online - Everybody knows Bob Geldof doesn't like Mondays. He apparently can't tolerate scalpers--or their enablers--either.

Black Eyed Peas Hopes to Build on Success (AP)
AP - The Black Eyed Peas spent years languishing in hip-hop's underground before they found the formula to vault them into the mainstream — accessible pop melodies, star collaborations, marketing tie-ins and a sexy young thing to belt out catchy choruses.

   Active Server Pages Rule The World
Contact Us  
All artwork, design & content contained in this site are Copyright 1998 - 2017 PowerASP.com and Christopher J. Williams
Banner ads ,other site logos, etc are copyright of their respective companies.
STATS Unless otherwise noted - All Rights Reserved.

Active Server Pages what is asp programming how to sample asp example code scripts software asp forum mail sessions applications global.asa CJWSoft ASPProtect ASPBanner ASPClassifieds www.aspclassifieds.com, www.powerasp.com,www.cjwsoft.com,www.aspphotogallery.com,www.codewanker.com,www.aspprotect.com,www.aspbanner.com