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N.J. Governor Comes to Shields' Defense (AP)
AP - Actress Brooke Shields has an ally in her war of words with Tom Cruise over her use of prescriptions drugs to treat postpartum depression: New Jersey's acting governor.

Report: Pink Marrying Motocross Racer (AP)
AP - Multiplatinum singer Pink is reportedly getting married. The 25-year-old proposed to her boyfriend of nearly four years — motocross racer Carey Hart — during a race in Mammoth Lakes, Calif., Us Weekly reported.

Goo Goo Dolls Bassist Gives to Hometown (AP)
AP - Goo Goo Dolls bassist Robby Takac may call Los Angeles home now, but he's never far from his hometown.

ABC Gets Unfriendly 'Neighborhood' Welcome (AP)
AP - ABC's extraordinary cancellation of "Welcome to the Neighborhood" less than two weeks before its premiere proves that reality television can only handle so much reality.

Live 8 Stakes Claim As Best Concert Ever (AP)
AP - Twenty years after a scruffy one-hit wonder first demonstrated his gift for lofty dreams and grandiose statements, hundreds of the world's top performers and more than 1 million fans united for 10 free concerts across the globe aimed at fighting African poverty.

N.J. Governor Comes to Shields' Defense (AP)
AP - Actress Brooke Shields has an ally in her war of words with Tom Cruise over her use of prescriptions drugs to treat postpartum depression: New Jersey's acting governor.

Report: Pink Marrying Motocross Racer (AP)
AP - Multiplatinum singer Pink is reportedly getting married. The 25-year-old proposed to her boyfriend of nearly four years — motocross racer Carey Hart — during a race in Mammoth Lakes, Calif., Us Weekly reported.

'Hamburger America' a July Fourth Feast (AP)
AP - You risk gaining weight just by watching this show. But never mind. "Hamburger America," a guided tour and celebration of the nation's most beloved dish, is the perfect way to close the Fourth of July weekend (8 p.m. EDT Monday on Sundance Channel).

DVD slump challenges studios (Reuters)
Reuters - Shortfalls in sales of two of the summer's biggest DVD releases, "Shrek 2" and "The Incredibles," underscore the changing nature of the home-entertainment market but do not point to an impending slump, analysts said on Friday.

John Fiedler, Actor Who Played TV's Mr. Peterson and Broadway's 'Raisin in the Sun,' Dead at 80 (Playbill)
Playbill - John Fiedler, the thin-voiced Broadway character actor more widely known as nervous Mr. Peterson in TV's "The Bob Newhart Show" and (in voiceover) worrywart Piglet in Disney's "Winnie the Pooh" cartoons, died June 25 at age 80, according to The New York Times.

N.J. Governor Comes to Shields' Defense (AP)
AP - Actress Brooke Shields has an ally in her war of words with Tom Cruise over her use of prescriptions drugs to treat postpartum depression: New Jersey's acting governor.

Italian Film Director Lattuada Dies at 90 (AP)
AP - Alberto Lattuada, a versatile Italian film director noted for his explorations of social customs, died Sunday, Rome city officials said. He was 90.

MTV to Film 'Dukes of Hazzard' Special (AP)
AP - The home of the first five episodes of "The Dukes of Hazzard" will host MTV when it comes to film a special on the history of the late 1970s show.

Israelis, Arabs See Groundbreaking Film (AP)
AP - In a groundbreaking cooperative venture, Israeli and Arab TV stations on Saturday simultaneously broadcast the first part of a documentary exploring possible solutions to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.

Jolie Urges Action on Africa Hunger (AP)
AP - Actress Angelina Jolie brought her 3-year-old son, Maddox, to the Live 8 concert featuring top African musicians on Saturday.

DVD slump challenges studios (Reuters)
Reuters - Shortfalls in sales of two of the summer's biggest DVD releases, "Shrek 2" and "The Incredibles," underscore the changing nature of the home-entertainment market but do not point to an impending slump, analysts said on Friday.

Judge Urged to Dismiss Suit Against Moore (AP)
AP - A lawyer for Michael Moore urged a federal judge Friday to dismiss a libel lawsuit against the documentary filmmaker filed by the brother of Oklahoma City bombing conspirator Terry Nichols.

50 Years On, 'Giant' a Touchstone for Town (AP)
AP - With its population eroded and the lone movie theater long shuttered, tiny Marfa clings to the memories of when it was "Giant."

'American Pie' Actress Files for Divorce (AP)
AP - Shannon Elizabeth, who played a sexy foreign exchange student on "American Pie," has filed for divorce from her husband of three years, according to court papers.

Shields Rips Cruise's 'Ridiculous Rant' (AP)
AP - Brooke Shields took aim at Tom Cruise's "Today" show diatribe against antidepressants, saying the drugs helped her survive feelings of hopelessness after the birth of her first child. In an op-ed piece published Friday in The New York Times, Shields criticized what she called Cruise's "ridiculous rant."

Report: Pink Marrying Motocross Racer (AP)
AP - Multiplatinum singer Pink is reportedly getting married. The 25-year-old proposed to her boyfriend of nearly four years — motocross racer Carey Hart — during a race in Mammoth Lakes, Calif., Us Weekly reported.

Live 8 Stakes Claim As Best Concert Ever (AP)
AP - Twenty years after a scruffy one-hit wonder first demonstrated his gift for lofty dreams and grandiose statements, hundreds of the world's top performers and more than 1 million fans united for 10 free concerts across the globe aimed at fighting African poverty.

N.J. Governor Comes to Shields' Defense (AP)
AP - Actress Brooke Shields has an ally in her war of words with Tom Cruise over her use of prescriptions drugs to treat postpartum depression: New Jersey's acting governor.

Goo Goo Dolls Bassist Gives to Hometown (AP)
AP - Goo Goo Dolls bassist Robby Takac may call Los Angeles home now, but he's never far from his hometown.

Live 8 rocks world, looks to leaders for change (Reuters)
Reuters - They rocked the world in the largest live concert ever held. Now the stars of the Live 8 extravaganza are looking to leaders to respond by doing more to help the poor when they meet later in the week.

Neil Young Closes Canada's Live 8 Concert (AP)
AP - Neil Young brought an end to the global Live 8 concert in Canada with a rousing edition of "Keep on Rockin' In The Free world" and "O Canada" before 35,000 roaring fans at Live 8 in Ontario.

Bjork rocks, but did Live 8 Tokyo crowd get point? (Reuters)
Reuters - Japanese rock fans flocked to Tokyo's Live 8 concert on Saturday, but it was Icelandic singer Bjork more than the more serious message about poverty that seemed to be the main draw.

Best Live 8 Viewing to Be Found Online (AP)
AP - In Berlin, Green Day proclaimed its majesty with a cover of Queen's "We Are the Champions" as R.E.M. performed "Man on the Moon" in London. And R.E.M. hadn't left the stage before Tim McGraw began singing "Live Like You Were Dying" in Rome.

Soul singer Luther Vandross dead at 54 (Reuters)
Reuters - Grammy-winning soul singer and songwriter Luther Vandross, who suffered a serious stroke two years ago as he was about to relaunch his career, died on Friday in a New Jersey hospital, officials said. He was 54.

Shakira, Cure Highlight Live 8 in France (AP)
AP - An eclectic lineup including Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli and the Cure united in the fight against African poverty at a Live 8 concert set amid one of France's greatest symbols of opulence — the Chateau of Versailles.

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