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'Lawrence Welk Show' Accordion Player Dies (AP)
AP - Myron Floren, an accordion player who entertained generations of television viewers on "The Lawrence Welk Show," died Saturday. He was 85.

Spoof of Bush Wins Faux Faulkner Contest (AP)
AP - A scathing parody that likens President Bush to the "idiot" in William Faulkner's novel "The Sound and the Fury" has won this year's Faulkner write-alike contest — and touched off a literary spat.

Trial Tore Jackson Apart, Brother Says (AP)
AP - Jermaine Jackson told reporters his brother's child molestation trial "tore him apart mentally" and left the star too exhausted to attend their father's 76th birthday bash in a Berlin hotel.

B-Movies, Parade Highlight Utah Film Fest (AP)
AP - You won't find any Hollywood moguls, budding starlets or brooding film experts lingering around Utah's other film festival this weekend. The Bicknell International Film Festival screens B-movies, those campy films that can be so bad they're good. Now in its 10th year, the festival shares little with Utah's better-known Sundance Film Festival, Robert Redford's hugely successful annual independent film venue.

Hong Kong to Erect Bruce Lee Statue (AP)
AP - Hong Kong will mark kung-fu movie legend Bruce Lee's 65th birthday in November with a bronze statue, the Bruce Lee Club said Saturday.

Hong Kong to Erect Bruce Lee Statue (AP)
AP - Hong Kong will mark kung-fu movie legend Bruce Lee's 65th birthday in November with a bronze statue, the Bruce Lee Club said Saturday.

Oak Ridge Boys Featured at Hall of Fame (AP)
AP - A new exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum chronicles the 30-year history of the Oak Ridge Boys as they crossed over from their gospel music roots to the country and pop charts.

'Lawrence Welk Show' Accordion Player Dies (AP)
AP - Myron Floren, an accordion player who entertained generations of television viewers on "The Lawrence Welk Show," died Saturday. He was 85.

Oak Ridge Boys Featured at Hall of Fame (AP)
AP - A new exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum chronicles the 30-year history of the Oak Ridge Boys as they crossed over from their gospel music roots to the country and pop charts.

Out of the Ashes, Detroit's Plowshares Opens Gospel Play 'Crowns' (Playbill)
Playbill - With the July 23 opening of the gospel musical Crowns, Plowshares Theatre Company in Detroit is presenting its first production since a June fire destroyed 90 percent of its materials.

Hong Kong to Erect Bruce Lee Statue (AP)
AP - Hong Kong will mark kung-fu movie legend Bruce Lee's 65th birthday in November with a bronze statue, the Bruce Lee Club said Saturday.

Spoof of Bush Wins Faux Faulkner Contest (AP)
AP - A scathing parody that likens President Bush to the "idiot" in William Faulkner's novel "The Sound and the Fury" has won this year's Faulkner write-alike contest — and touched off a literary spat.

Robert De Niro Visits Dominican Republic (AP)
AP - Robert De Niro has visited the Dominican Republic in preparation for his upcoming movie about the history of the CIA.

B-Movies, Parade Highlight Utah Film Fest (AP)
AP - You won't find any Hollywood moguls, budding starlets or brooding film experts lingering around Utah's other film festival this weekend. The Bicknell International Film Festival screens B-movies, those campy films that can be so bad they're good. Now in its 10th year, the festival shares little with Utah's better-known Sundance Film Festival, Robert Redford's hugely successful annual independent film venue.

Cobain's 'Last Days' inspire Van Sant movie (Reuters)
Reuters - Director Gus Van Sant's new film may be dedicated to and inspired by Kurt Cobain, but moviegoers hoping for a sensationalistic look at the suicide of the Nirvana rocker won't find it in "Last Days."

Gibson's "Apocalypto" Is Nigh (E! Online)
E! Online - In The Passion of the Christ, Mel Gibson revived the Aramaic language. For his next movie, he'll give new life to an ancient Greek term.

Cheesecake and It's Hollywood History (AP)
AP - When Joan Leslie won a contract at Warner Bros. at age 15, she was instructed to report to the swimming pool at the Lakeside Country Club two blocks from the studio. Her duty: to pose for photographs in bathing suit and shorts.

Hollywood Premiere Goes to the Dogs (AP)
AP - This premiere's arrivals-line carpet looked suspiciously like Astroturf — that artificial and, perhaps more importantly, easy-to-clean grass-like material.

States Follow Louisiana's Lead (AP)
AP - THE PLOT: States this year have pushed for incentives including tax breaks for producers to attract more movie and television business.

States' 2005 Movie-Making Incentive Ideas (AP)
AP - A look at states' proposals to attract film productions:

Oak Ridge Boys Featured at Hall of Fame (AP)
AP - A new exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum chronicles the 30-year history of the Oak Ridge Boys as they crossed over from their gospel music roots to the country and pop charts.

Judge Praises Love on Rehab Progress (AP)
AP - A judge has praised Courtney Love for making progress in a court-ordered drug treatment program.

Trial Tore Jackson Apart, Brother Says (AP)
AP - Jermaine Jackson told reporters his brother's child molestation trial "tore him apart mentally" and left the star too exhausted to attend their father's 76th birthday bash in a Berlin hotel.

Sony BMG near settlement over radio tactics - NYT (Reuters)
Reuters - New York state's attorney general and Sony BMG Music Entertainment are close to a settlement over accusations that the record company giant used improper tactics to influence radio programmers to play its music, The New York Times reported on Saturday.

Lawrence Welk Accordion Player Floren Dies (AP)
AP - Myron Floren, an accordion player who entertained generations of television viewers on "The Lawrence Welk Show," died Saturday. He was 85.

Blues Legend Long John Baldry Dies (AP)
AP - Long John Baldry, the British blues legend who helped launch the careers of such rock greats as Rod Stewart and the Rolling Stones, has died, his agent and friends said. He was 64.

Jury to Ashanti: Pay the Man (E! Online)
E! Online - Ashanti may have been young and "Foolish" when she recorded some of her earliest tracks back in 1996, but she is still liable to a music producer she worked with before she became famous.

Former Doors drummer wins suit against bandmates (Reuters)
Reuters - The former drummer for The Doors won a permanent injunction on Friday preventing his bandmates from using the rock group's name while touring with a revamped version of the legendary 1960s act.

Bonnaroo music festival sets Las Vegas spinoff (Reuters)
Reuters - After months of speculation, the producers of the Bonnaroo festival have confirmed they will stage a mega-event in Las Vegas around Halloween.

Clarkson Widens Fan Base With Album, Tour (AP)
AP - Kelly Clarkson can always pick out the adults who come to her concerts just to chaperone their kids. At the beginning of the show, they have a look of resignation, fully prepared to endure two hours of teen-pop drivel. But by the end, she says, the expression has changed.

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