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Abdul Urges Tough Nail Salon Standards (AP)
AP - "American Idol" judge Paula Abdul urged California legislators to force nail salons to clean up their act, testifying Monday about her yearlong health ordeal after an unsanitary manicure.

Lavigne Said Engaged to Sum 41 Frontman (AP)
AP - Canadian singer Avril Lavigne is reportedly marrying a fellow songsmith.

Will Smith Urges Rappers to Be Role Models (AP)
AP - Will Smith has one big introduction to make at Tuesday night's BET Awards: Gangster rappers, meet the rest of the world. Smith told The Associated Press he hopes to impress the global significance of U.S. black culture on the show's audience and artists.

Corey Clark Cited for Alleged Food Fight (AP)
AP - The "American Idol" contestant who claims to have had an affair with judge Paula Abdul was cited on a misdemeanor battery charge after allegedly getting into a food fight with his record company manager.

Red-Carpet Maven Cojocaru Has More Surgery (AP)
AP - Hollywood fashion commentator Steven Cojocaru underwent surgery Monday for removal of a transplanted kidney that had become infected, a spokesman said.

"Batman" Noses "Bewitched" (E! Online)
E! Online - Bewitched couldn't break the spell of Batman Begins, let alone provide enough magic to reverse what has become the longest box-office slump in modern Hollywood history.

Bob Dylan in exclusive CD deal with Starbucks (Reuters)
Reuters - Counterculture legend Bob Dylan on Monday became the latest musician to sign up with Starbucks Corp. in an exclusive CD deal that follows the runaway success of a Ray Charles album sold by the coffee maker.

Corey Clark Cited for Alleged Food Fight (AP)
AP - The "American Idol" contestant who claims to have had an affair with judge Paula Abdul was cited on a misdemeanor battery charge after allegedly getting into a food fight with his record company manager.

U.S. film, music companies hail Grokster ruling (Reuters)
Reuters - Hollywood studios and music companies hailed a ruling by the U.S Supreme Court on Monday backing their position in a landmark copyright case, saying it could spur the development of the Internet as a commercial platform for distributing movies and songs.

Broadway waves goodbye to many as others bow (Reuters)
Reuters - After myriad Broadway closings during the weekend (including the musical "Brooklyn" at the Schoenfeld, the revivals of "La Cage aux Folles" with Robert Goulet at the Marquis and "On Golden Pond" with James Earl Jones and Leslie Uggums at the Cort and the limited run of "Mark Twain Tonight!" with Hal Holbrook at the Brooks Atkinson), this coming Sunday will see several more departures.

"Batman" Noses "Bewitched" (E! Online)
E! Online - Bewitched couldn't break the spell of Batman Begins, let alone provide enough magic to reverse what has become the longest box-office slump in modern Hollywood history.

Tourists Flock to Superman's Adopted Home (AP)
AP - In this sleepy Ohio River town that claims Superman as its favorite son, 50-year-old Jim Hambrick has landed somewhere between reality and fantasy. All things Superman rule here, from the 15-foot bronze statue of the buff comic-book hero on Superman Square to the "S"-emblazoned T-shirts that can be found just about everywhere.

Rupert Everett to Write Memoir (AP)
AP - Rupert Everett, the British actor whose co-stars have included Madonna and Julia Roberts, is writing his memoirs. Not yet titled, the book is scheduled for publication by Warner Books in the fall of 2006.

Pooh Mourns Tigger, Piglet (E! Online)
E! Online - Paul Winchell, the early TV pioneer best remembered for creating a string of cartoon voices, most famously Winnie the Pooh's pal Tigger, died Friday. A day later, John Fiedler, the veteran stage and screen actor who voiced Piglet, passed away.

Excerpts From Court's File-Sharing Ruling (AP)
AP - Excerpts from the Supreme Court ruling Monday on Internet copyright infringement.

Hollywood Can Sue Over Movie, Music Piracy (AP)
AP - Hollywood and the music industry can file piracy lawsuits against technology companies that are caught encouraging customers to steal music and movies over the Internet, the Supreme Court ruled Monday.

Spielberg's 'War of the Worlds' recalls 9/11 terror (Reuters)
Reuters - Every generation has its fears, and director Steven Spielberg does not shy away from the source of anxiety that his new science fiction epic, "War of the Worlds," plays on -- the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks.

U.S. Box Office Hits Longest Modern Slump (AP)
AP - "Batman Begins" took in $26.8 million to remain the top movie for the second straight weekend, but it could not keep Hollywood from sinking to its longest modern box-office slump.

'Crash' set for Sept. 6 DVD bow (Reuters)
Reuters - The acclaimed indie film "Crash," which is still doing solid business at the box office after eight weekends, will be released on video Sept. 6.

Fox feels game 'Payne' (Reuters)
Reuters - "Max Payne," the action video game franchise about a vengeful cop, is being turned into a feature film for 20th Century Fox.

Bob Dylan in exclusive CD deal with Starbucks (Reuters)
Reuters - Counterculture legend Bob Dylan on Monday became the latest musician to sign up with Starbucks Corp. in an exclusive CD deal that follows the runaway success of a Ray Charles album sold by the coffee maker.

Lavigne Said Engaged to Sum 41 Frontman (AP)
AP - Canadian singer Avril Lavigne is reportedly marrying a fellow songsmith.

Will Smith Urges Rappers to Be Role Models (AP)
AP - Will Smith has one big introduction to make at Tuesday night's BET Awards: Gangster rappers, meet the rest of the world. Smith told The Associated Press he hopes to impress the global significance of U.S. black culture on the show's audience and artists.

Court Ruling May Help Online Retailers (AP)
AP - The Supreme Court's ruling clearing the way for record labels and other copyright holders to sue firms behind file-swapping services could help boost prospects for licensed online music retailers, analysts said Monday.

Hollywood Can Sue Over Movie, Music Piracy (AP)
AP - Hollywood and the music industry can file piracy lawsuits against technology companies caught encouraging customers to steal music and movies over the Internet, the Supreme Court ruled Monday.

Musicians Welcome File-Swapping Ruling (AP)
AP - Recording artists and songwriters from Don Henley to Sheryl Crow and the Dixie Chicks hailed a Supreme Court ruling Monday that cleared the way for record labels to sue file-sharing software firms, saying the decision is a victory for artists' rights.

Corey Clark Cited for Alleged Food Fight (AP)
AP - The "American Idol" contestant who claims to have had an affair with judge Paula Abdul was cited on a misdemeanor battery charge after allegedly getting into a food fight with his record company manager.

Tip Puts Biggie Trial on Hold (E! Online)
E! Online - A surprise twist in Notorious B.I.G. wrongful-death trial.

Bluegrass Singer Stanley Has Heart Surgery (AP)
AP - Bluegrass pioneer Ralph Stanley underwent successful heart bypass surgery Monday.

Minogue Invited to Next Glastonbury Fest (AP)
AP - Kylie Minogue, who withdrew from this year's Glastonbury Festival after being diagnosed with breast cancer, has been invited to the next edition of the event.

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