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Cruise Clashes With Lauer on 'Today' Show (AP)
AP - Tom Cruise criticized NBC "Today" show host Matt Lauer on Friday when Lauer mentioned Cruise's earlier criticism of Brooke Shields for taking anti-depressants. Cruise told Lauer he didn't know what he was talking about. "You don't know the history of psychiatry. I do," Cruise said.

Academy Invites Foxx to Join As Member (AP)
AP - When "Ray" star Jamie Foxx won a best actor Oscar in February, he shouted out, "wow, wow, wow, wow!" Now the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is offering him another wow-worthy honor: membership in the organization.

Harmon, Sehorn Welcome Birth of 2nd Girl (AP)
AP - It's another girl for former "Law & Order" star Angie Harmon and her football player husband Jason Sehorn.

Underwood's Single 'Heaven' Tops Charts (AP)
AP - Carrie Underwood's single "Inside Your Heaven" sold 170,000 copies its first week, making it the best-selling song so far of 2005, according to her publicist.

Some 'Dancing' Voters Call Wrong Number (AP)
AP - An apparent phone number mix-up has voters for an ABC reality show calling a central Michigan answering service instead. Fans of "Dancing with the Stars" were mistakenly calling a toll-free 888 number to vote for the dance team lead by actor John O'Hurley, known for his role as J. Peterman on the sitcom "Seinfeld."

Academy Invites Foxx to Join As Member (AP)
AP - When "Ray" star Jamie Foxx won a best actor Oscar in February, he shouted out, "wow, wow, wow, wow!" Now the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is offering him another wow-worthy honor: membership in the organization.

Supersuckers get creative with marketing (Reuters)
Reuters - Fans of veteran indie band Supersuckers admire the group for their tremendous live shows and albums and for living the rock 'n' roll lifestyle to the hilt.

Rachel Griffiths Said to Give Birth (AP)
AP - Actress Rachel Griffiths, best known for her role on HBO's mortuary drama "Six Feet Under," has given birth to her second child, People magazine reported on its Web site Friday.

For Some, The Secret To Success: Listening To Women (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - Diane Boulanger opened her Boston-area agency in March 2001 with a focus on technology. Her timing was, admittedly, off.

LaChiusa, Nelson and Daniela to Collaborate on New Musical 'Bernarda Alba' at Lincoln Center (Playbill)
Playbill - Lincoln Center's Mitzi E. Newhouse Theatre will next season see a new musical based on Federico Garcia Lorca's famous work, The House of Bernarda Alba, a spokesman confirmed.

Academy Invites Foxx to Join As Member (AP)
AP - When "Ray" star Jamie Foxx won a best actor Oscar in February, he shouted out, "wow, wow, wow, wow!" Now the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is offering him another wow-worthy honor: membership in the organization.

Brando's personal effects at auction in NY (Reuters)
Reuters - The personal effects of Hollywood legend Marlon Brando -- from his driver's licenses to a fake bloody finger -- go on sale next week in an auction that may provide clues to the life of the private, eccentric actor.

Cruise Clashes With Lauer on 'Today' Show (AP)
AP - Tom Cruise criticized NBC "Today" show host Matt Lauer on Friday when Lauer mentioned Cruise's earlier criticism of Brooke Shields for taking anti-depressants. Cruise told Lauer he didn't know what he was talking about. "You don't know the history of psychiatry. I do," Cruise said.

Supermodel Macpherson, Partner Separate (AP)
AP - Australian supermodel Elle Macpherson and partner Arpad Busson announced Friday that they are separating.

Kidman Gets Physical for 'Bewitched' Role (AP)
AP - Nicole Kidman says she would love to have a witch's powers for a day — especially if it's a bad day.

Dillon Adjusts to Driving for 'Herbie' (AP)
AP - Matt Dillon says preparing for his role as a race car driver in "Herbie: Fully Loaded" was anything but easy.

Ebert Gets Star on Hollywood Walk of Fame (AP)
AP - Pulitzer Prize-winning film critic Roger Ebert isn't a movie star but he critiques them on TV — so memorably that on Thursday he received his own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Blair Issues Advice on Avoiding Paparazzi (AP)
AP - Selma Blair has the obvious solution to being hounded by the paparazzi — don't go where the photographers are.

'Herbie' Vehicle Runs Over Lohan's Foot (AP)
AP - Lindsay Lohan had a little run-in with Herbie, her Love Bug co-star in the new film, "Herbie: Fully Loaded."

Cheap Barrymore 'Date' finally picks up a suitor (Reuters)
Reuters - It plays like gangbusters in a theater. Festival audiences in Aspen, Vail, Sonoma and Manhattan have cheered "My Date With Drew" and showered it with audience awards.

Supersuckers get creative with marketing (Reuters)
Reuters - Fans of veteran indie band Supersuckers admire the group for their tremendous live shows and albums and for living the rock 'n' roll lifestyle to the hilt.

Minneapolis conductor Vanska is big on Beethoven (Reuters)
Reuters - No one could ever claim that Beethoven's symphonies are underrecorded. There are thousands upon thousands of recordings of the individual symphonies available, not to mention more than 100 complete cycles.

Toni Morrison novel makes transition to opera (Reuters)
Reuters - The story of a 19th-century woman who killed her daughter and tried to take the lives of her other children offers a microcosmic look at one of the great, and enduringly painful, tragedies of the American experience: slavery.

B.I.G. Case Lawyer Says Police Confessed (AP)
AP - The Notorious B.I.G. wrongful death trial ended its first week Friday with an attorney recounting an unconfirmed but potentially explosive claim of a confession by one or two corrupt police officers.

Late Tango Great Gardel Still a Celebrity (AP)
AP - Argentines left carnations and burning cigarettes at the tomb of one of the country's greatest tango singers Friday, the anniversary of his death in a plane crash 70 years ago.

Underwood's Single 'Heaven' Tops Charts (AP)
AP - Carrie Underwood's single "Inside Your Heaven" sold 170,000 copies its first week, making it the best-selling song so far of 2005, according to her publicist.

Glastonbury Festival to Hold Silent Disco (AP)
AP - It's a scene familiar to any summer music festival — open fields full of sweaty young bodies writhing in time. But this one appears to be missing a vital element — sound.

Florida man killed at Corrosion of Conformity show (Reuters)
Reuters - Four people were stabbed, one fatally, during a show Thursday by hard rock band Corrosion Of Conformity show in Tampa, Fla.

B.I.G. Revelations in Biggie Trial (E! Online)
E! Online - We may never know who killed the Notorious B.I.G., but at least one former Los Angeles police officer thought he had a good idea who was behind the murder: rival rap kingpin Marion "Suge" Knight.

Arm-twisting got Geldof on board for Live 8 (Reuters)
Reuters - Irish rock star Bob Geldof had to be pushed hard before agreeing to coordinate the Live 8 concerts next month to draw world leaders' attention to poverty in Africa, one of the event's main organizers said on Friday.

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