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Winfrey, Rusesabagina Given Freedom Awards (AP)
AP - Oprah Winfrey and Paul Rusesabagina, whose heroism in the face of genocide inspired the movie "Hotel Rwanda," were announced Thursday as recipients of the National Civil Rights Museum's top honors.

Gabor Has Surgery to Clear Blocked Artery (AP)
AP - Zsa Zsa Gabor suffered an apparent stroke at her Bel-Air home and underwent emergency surgery to clear a blocked artery. The two-hour operation late Wednesday was successful and the 88-year-old actress was expected to return home within three days, husband Frederic von Anhalt said Thursday. He declined to disclose the name of the Los Angeles hospital.

Jolie, Pitt Taking Home Ethiopian Orphan (AP)
AP - Angelina Jolie and her "Mr. & Mrs. Smith" co-star Brad Pitt are in Ethiopia to pick up the orphaned baby girl she is adopting, an official said Thursday.

Cruise Lends Hollywood Hype to Scientology (AP)
AP - There's nothing unusual about celebrities promoting their faith — think Madonna and kabbalah, Richard Gere and Buddhism, Muhammad Ali and Islam — but the Church of Scientology's Celebrity Centers have been unusually adept at cultivating entertainers such as actor Tom Cruise.

Writers Sue Producers of Reality TV Shows (AP)
AP - Hollywood writers have filed a lawsuit against producers of TV reality shows, including "The Bachelor," as well as several networks, accusing them of violating California's labor laws.

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.

Slain rapper's family to renew case against L.A. (Reuters)
Reuters - Relatives of slain rap star Notorious B.I.G. vowed on Thursday to renew their wrongful death suit against the city of Los Angeles after a U.S. judge declared a mistrial and accused police of concealing evidence.

Cell Phone Cameras a New Tool for TV News (AP)
AP - The video was grainy, shaky but undeniably compelling: passengers standing in the aisle of a subway car, its windows shattered following one of the coordinated explosions in London.

GM's Boycott Over 'L.A. Times' Articles Reaches 4th Month (Editor and Publisher)
Editor and Publisher - NEW YORK The General Motors' advertising boycott of the Los Angeles Times, begun in April, is still holding, and it now appears that many GM dealers are following the lead of corporate headquarters, according to Prudential Equity Research. The research firm, which released a note this afternoon, expressed concern that the pullout further "hurts the already challenged" paper.

Julia Stiles and Heather Burns Are Mia Farrow's Daughters in 'Fran's Bed' for Playwrights Horizons (Playbill)
Playbill - The family at the New York City bedside of ailing Fran in Fran's Bed is now complete.

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.

Oprah, Rusesabagina Given Freedom Awards (AP)
AP - Oprah Winfrey and Paul Rusesabagina, whose heroism in the face of genocide inspired the movie "Hotel Rwanda," were announced Thursday as recipients of the National Civil Rights Museum's top honors.

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.

Doctors Clear Artery for Zsa Zsa Gabor (AP)
AP - Zsa Zsa Gabor suffered an apparent stroke at her Bel-Air home and underwent emergency surgery to clear a blocked artery.

Cruise Lends Hollywood Hype to Scientology (AP)
AP - There's nothing unusual about celebrities promoting their faith — think Madonna and kabbalah, Richard Gere and Buddhism, Muhammad Ali and Islam — but the Church of Scientology's Celebrity Centers have been unusually adept at cultivating entertainers such as actor Tom Cruise.

Marvel banking on hit with 'Fantastic Four' (Reuters)
Reuters - The "Fantastic Four" will descend on North American movie theaters on Friday, marking Marvel Enterprises Inc.'s latest venture to turn its comic book heroes into box office superpowers.

Jolie, Pitt Taking Home Ethiopian Orphan (AP)
AP - Angelina Jolie and her "Mr. & Mrs. Smith" co-star Brad Pitt are in Ethiopia to pick up the orphaned baby girl she is adopting, an official said Thursday.

Film review: Slutty Summer (Reuters)
Reuters - The difficulties of commitment and monogamy in relationships, especially gay ones, are the subject of "Slutty Summer," which lacks the finesse to attract significant attention beyond its target audience.

'Wizard of Oz' DVDs set to blow into stores (Reuters)
Reuters - Fans of "The Wizard of Oz" should be over the rainbow when the classic 1939 film is reissued on DVD on Oct. 25.

Group Wants to Build James Garner Statue (AP)
AP - A group is raising money to build a 10-foot statue of actor James Garner in front of a theater in his hometown.

Slain rapper's family to renew case against L.A. (Reuters)
Reuters - Relatives of slain rap star Notorious B.I.G. vowed on Thursday to renew their wrongful death suit against the city of Los Angeles after a U.S. judge declared a mistrial and accused police of concealing evidence.

R.E.M., Queen Nix London Gigs (E! Online)
E! Online - Terror attacks wreaked havoc on London Thursday, as bombs ripped apart three trains in the Underground and tore through a double-decker bus. At least 37 people were killed, and some 700 injured by the blasts, the deadliest incident in the city since the Nazi air raids of World War II.

In London, uninjured singer Omarion seeks prayers (Reuters)
Reuters - London was the scene of carnage on Thursday after a series of deadly blasts but American R&B crooner Omarion, who suffered no injury or inconvenience, wants people to pray for him.

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

Vandross Fans Pay Last Respects (E! Online)
E! Online - Family, friends and hundreds of fans gathered in New York Wednesday to say goodbye to Grammy-winning R&B star Luther Vandross, who died last Friday at the age of 54.

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.

Lyme disease fells Hall & Oates tour (Reuters)
Reuters - Veteran pop duo Hall & Oates are postponing up to 16 tour dates this summer because Darryl Hall has been diagnosed with Lyme disease, a tick-borne malady that usually causes 'flu-like symptoms for a few weeks.

Daryl Hall Postpones Shows Due to Illness (AP)
AP - Pop music duo Daryl Hall and John Oates have postponed upcoming shows because Hall has been diagnosed with Lyme disease.

Mariah still No. 1 on singles chart As 'Idols' fade (Reuters)
Reuters - Mariah Carey's "We Belong Together" ruled Billboard's Hot 100 singles chart for a second consecutive week Thursday, and a sixth week overall.

EU Proposes System for Online Music (AP)
AP - The European Commission proposed a single Europe-wide copyright and licensing system for online music on Thursday, aimed at boosting the European Union's music business.

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