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Mistrial Declared in Notorious B.I.G. Case (AP)
AP - A federal judge on Wednesday declared a mistrial in the Notorious B.I.G. wrongful death case, setting the stage for the rap star's family to file a new lawsuit seeking to link his unsolved 1997 killing to a Los Angeles Police Department corruption scandal.

Concert Sales Down in '05, Ticket Price Up (AP)
AP - North American concert attendance declined nearly 12 percent in the first half of 2005 despite the first drop in average ticket prices in a decade.

Rapper Lil' Kim Gets 366 Days for Perjury (AP)
AP - Rapper Lil' Kim escaped a stiff prison sentence Wednesday after telling a judge she was a "God-fearing good person" who regretted lying to a federal grand jury about a 2001 shootout outside a Manhattan radio station.

Kelly Monaco Wins 'Dancing With the Stars' (AP)
AP - Kelly Monaco tore up the dance floor Wednesday night with a hip-shaking samba and emerged the champion of ABC's "Dancing with the Stars."

Former 'Idol' Contestant Won't Be Charged (AP)
AP - Former "American Idol" contestant Corey Clark will not face criminal charges for a hotel food fight that got out of control.

Jacko and the "Chocolate Factory" (E! Online)
E! Online - The longish black hair. The pale skin. The ornate suit jacket. The--how should we say?--less than traditional adult male speaking voice.

Mistrial Declared in Notorious B.I.G. Case (AP)
AP - A federal judge on Wednesday declared a mistrial in the Notorious B.I.G. wrongful death case, setting the stage for the rap star's family to file a new lawsuit seeking to link his unsolved 1997 killing to a Los Angeles Police Department corruption scandal.

Kelly Monaco Wins 'Dancing With the Stars' (AP)
AP - Kelly Monaco tore up the dance floor Wednesday night with a hip-shaking samba and emerged the champion of ABC's "Dancing with the Stars."

Primetime Tuesday Ratings: NBC and Fox Share Leadership (Mediaweek.com)
Mediaweek.com - On this Tuesday of three-way leadership, NBC led in the overnights, CBS was first in total viewers, and NBC and Fox tied for No. 1 among adults 18-49. CBS opened the evening on a partially winning note with 8 p.m. special, An Entertainment Tonight Event: Celebrity Weddings Unveiled, at a 4.7/ 8 in the overnights (#1), 6.12 million viewers (#1 overall) and a 1.8/ 6 among adults 18-49 (#3t). On NBC, the 8 p.m. time period debut of Average Joe: The Joes Strike Back struck out with a mere 3.9/ 7 in the overnights (#3), 4.92 million viewers (#3) and a 2.0/ 6 among adults 18-49 (#1t). ...

Stars stage last Live 8 gig to pressure G8 leaders (Reuters)
Reuters - Rock stars staged a final Live 8 concert in Edinburgh on Wednesday in a last-ditch bid to press leaders of the world's top industrialized nations gathering in nearby Gleneagles to do more to alleviate poverty.

Jacko and the "Chocolate Factory" (E! Online)
E! Online - The longish black hair. The pale skin. The ornate suit jacket. The--how should we say?--less than traditional adult male speaking voice.

John Leguizamo Makes Debut in Spanish (AP)
AP - After working for almost 20 years in TV, comedy, film and theater, Colombian-born actor John Leguizamo is playing a Spanish-speaking character for the first time.

Angelina Jolie Adopting Ethiopian Girl (AP)
AP - Angelina Jolie, who has been romantically linked with her "Mr. & Mrs. Smith" co-star Brad Pitt, is adopting an orphaned Ethiopian baby girl.

Few Filmgoers Take Theaters Up on Refunds (AP)
AP - A handful of viewers asked for a refund after catching "Cinderella Man," while most moviegoers went away satisfied, according to theater chains that offered a money-back guarantee.

Screenwriter Ernest Lehman Dies (AP)
AP - Ernest Lehman, a six-time Oscar nominee whose screenwriting and production credits include such classics as "North by Northwest," "West Side Story" and "The Sound of Music," has died. He was 89.

Yee-Haw! "Dukes" Back on Track (E! Online)
E! Online - Breathe a sigh of relief, y'all--a Daisy Duke-clad Jessica Simpson is making her way to the big screen in a timely fashion.

"North by Northwest" Writer Dies (E! Online)
E! Online - Troublemakers didn't have anything on Ernest Lehman. He put Cary Grant into harm's way on Mount Rushmore, helped Audrey Hepburn bewitch Humphrey Bogart and gave the Sharks and the Jets something to fight about in their big-screen face off.

Media Honchos Converge on Idaho Resort (AP)
AP - Chief executives of entertainment firms converging on this Idaho mountain resort for an annual retreat face some troubling issues. Of most concern are a slump at the box office and signs the surge in DVD sales of movies may be slowing.

1940s Musical Star June Haver Dies at 79 (AP)
AP - June Haver, the sunny blond star of 1940s musicals who was promoted as the next Betty Grable but gave up her career to briefly enter a convent, has died. She was 79.

Spielberg Honored for Preservation Effort (AP)
AP - The city of Krakow has recognized Steven Spielberg for his efforts to preserve parts of the former ghetto where he filmed much of his Oscar-winning "Schindler's List."

Mistrial Declared in Notorious B.I.G. Case (AP)
AP - A federal judge on Wednesday declared a mistrial in the Notorious B.I.G. wrongful death case, setting the stage for the rap star's family to file a new lawsuit seeking to link his unsolved 1997 killing to a Los Angeles Police Department corruption scandal.

Stars stage last Live 8 gig to pressure G8 leaders (Reuters)
Reuters - Rock stars staged a final Live 8 concert in Edinburgh on Wednesday in a last-ditch bid to press leaders of the world's top industrialized nations gathering in nearby Gleneagles to do more to alleviate poverty.

Rapper Lil' Kim sentenced to year in prison (Reuters)
Reuters - Rapper Lil' Kim was sentenced on Wednesday to 12 months and a day in prison after admitting she was wrong to lie to a grand jury investigating two of her friends involved in a 2001 shooting outside a radio station.

Murky L.A. rapper death case ends in mistrial (Reuters)
Reuters - A court case intended to shed light on the murky 1997 murder of rap star Notorious B.I.G. was declared a mistrial on Wednesday after a series of false starts, anonymous tips, misplaced files and retractions.

Rapper Lil' Kim Gets 366 Days for Perjury (AP)
AP - Rapper Lil' Kim escaped a stiff prison sentence Wednesday after telling a judge she was a "God-fearing good person" who regretted lying to a federal grand jury about a 2001 shootout outside a Manhattan radio station.

Mistrial in Notorious Case (E! Online)
E! Online - The Notorious B.I.G. wrongful death case is all over--for now.

Live 8 Acts Give Back (E! Online)
E! Online - Live 8 organizers don't want your money, and apparently neither do the musicians who participated in the historic mega-concerts either.

Concert Sales Down in '05, Ticket Price Up (AP)
AP - North American concert attendance declined nearly 12 percent in the first half of 2005 despite the first drop in average ticket prices in a decade.

50,000 Attend Final Live 8 Concert (AP)
AP - More than 50,000 music fans and anti-poverty campaigners gathered Wednesday for the last of the Live 8 concerts.

Lil' Kim Headed to Big House (E! Online)
E! Online - A huge fib is going to cost Lil' Kim a little time in the big house.

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