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ABC News Anchor Peter Jennings Dies at 67 (AP)
AP - Peter Jennings, the suave, Canadian-born broadcaster who delivered the news to Americans each night in five separate decades, died Sunday. He was 67.

Greta Van Susteren Cleans Up in Aruba (AP)
AP - Bringing a microphone and camera crew to the gates of an Aruba landfill this past week, Greta Van Susteren returned to the island that her nightly Fox News Channel program has figuratively called home recently. Van Susteren's "On the Record" has relentlessly followed the mysterious disappearance of 18-year-old Natalee Holloway of Alabama while on a graduation trip to Aruba in May.

Paper Apologizes for John Irving Review (AP)
AP - A month after running a negative review of John Irving's new novel, The Washington Post has run a negative review of that review.

'Dukes' Are Boss at Weekend Box Office (AP)
AP - The good ol' boys of "The Dukes of Hazzard" crashed past another pair of joke-cracking buddies to the top of the weekend box office.

Man Shot With BB in Bid for Britney Photo (AP)
AP - A photographer was shot in the leg with a BB gun outside a home where he believed Britney Spears was attending a bridal shower, authorities said.

'Charlie' enjoys high-calorie weekend overseas (Reuters)
Reuters - "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" was the weekend's top-ranking film internationally, eating up $14.4 million from 23 markets for a total of $67.2 million, according to estimates issued Sunday.

Man Shot With BB in Bid for Britney Photo (AP)
AP - A photographer was shot in the leg with a BB gun outside a home where he believed Britney Spears was attending a bridal shower, authorities said.

ABC News Anchor Peter Jennings Dies at 67 (AP)
AP - Peter Jennings, the suave, Canadian-born broadcaster who delivered the news to Americans each night in five separate decades, died Sunday. He was 67.

'Dukes' Are Boss at Weekend Box Office (AP)
AP - The good ol' boys of "The Dukes of Hazzard" crashed past another pair of joke-cracking buddies to the top of the weekend box office.

Terrorism is the hot topic at Edinburgh's Fringe (Reuters)
Reuters - In what promises to be the most political Edinburgh Fringe for decades, the world's largest and most anarchic arts festival is set to tackle terrorism head on after the London bombings.

'Charlie' enjoys high-calorie weekend overseas (Reuters)
Reuters - "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" was the weekend's top-ranking film internationally, eating up $14.4 million from 23 markets for a total of $67.2 million, according to estimates issued Sunday.

"Dukes" Crashes Thru "Wedding" (E! Online)
E! Online - The Dukes of Hazzard revved up $30.5 million at the weekend box-office to crash in as the new number one movie.

'Dukes' Are Boss at Weekend Box Office (AP)
AP - The good ol' boys of "The Dukes of Hazzard" crashed past another pair of joke-cracking buddies to the top of the weekend box office.

Greta Van Susteren Cleans Up in Aruba (AP)
AP - Bringing a microphone and camera crew to the gates of an Aruba landfill this past week, Greta Van Susteren returned to the island that her nightly Fox News Channel program has figuratively called home recently. Van Susteren's "On the Record" has relentlessly followed the mysterious disappearance of 18-year-old Natalee Holloway of Alabama while on a graduation trip to Aruba in May.

Gibson Asked to Stage Christ's Crucifixion (AP)
AP - Actor-director Mel Gibson has been asked to recreate the crucifixion of Jesus Christ in the streets of Sydney if the city is selected to host a major Catholic gathering in 2008, a newspaper reported.

Assante Playing 'Big Brother on Steroids' (AP)
AP - Actor Armand Assante, who plays a mall security guard in a thriller currently being filmed, says he was drawn to the project by the quality of the script and the strength of the character.

Cher Urges Donations for Ala. Boy (AP)
AP - A donation from Cher helped a 16-year-old boy suffering from muscular dystrophy get vital home health care — at least for a few months.

'Dukes of Hazzard' wreak havoc at U.S. box office (Reuters)
Reuters - The South rose again at the box office in North America as "The Dukes of Hazzard" raced to the top in its first weekend of release.

Eddie Murphy's Wife Seeks Split (E! Online)
E! Online - Eddie Murphy's wife just got raw on the comedian.

Coppola, Salles Hit the "Road" (E! Online)
E! Online - Francis Ford Coppola has made Walter Salles an offer he can't refuse.

Man Shot With BB in Bid for Britney Photo (AP)
AP - A photographer was shot in the leg with a BB gun outside a home where he believed Britney Spears was attending a bridal shower, authorities said.

Buena Vista Social Club Singer Ferrer Dies (AP)
AP - Ibrahim Ferrer, a leading voice with the hugely popular Buena Vista Social Club of vintage Cuban performers, died Saturday, his representative in Cuba said. He was 78.

Cher Urges Donations for Ala. Boy (AP)
AP - A donation from Cher helped a 16-year-old boy suffering from muscular dystrophy get vital home health care — at least for a few months.

Eccentric, Eclectic Fringe Festival Opens (AP)
AP - Thousands of thespians, comedians, musicians and even mimes descended on the Scottish capital Sunday for the opening of the Edinburgh Fringe — the world's largest arts festival, and arguably the most democratic.

For rockers, 'Christian' blessing can be fickle (Reuters)
Reuters - Rocker Sufjan Stevens frequently channels faith through his music, but falls short of the standards of the Christian Music Trade Association -- a key U.S. gatekeeper in deciding what music is "Christian."

Buena Vista singer Ibrahim Ferrer dies (Reuters)
Reuters - Ibrahim Ferrer, the mild-mannered singer of the Buena Vista Social Club group that took him from shining shoes to world fame late in life, died on Saturday in Havana, his manager said. He was 78.

Jazz Bassist Al McKibbon Dies at 86 (AP)
AP - Al McKibbon, a bassist who brought a masterly fusion of jazz and Latin music to the George Shearing quintet and other groups in the 1940s and '50s, has died. He was 86.

2 Episodes Added to Bobby Brown's TV Show (AP)
AP - Two episodes have been added to Bravo's summer reality series "Being Bobby Brown," which follows the lives of the R&B singer, his wife, Whitney Houston, and three of his children.

Usher, 50 Cent top Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Awards (Reuters)
Reuters - Popular music artists Usher and 50 Cent tied for top winner at the Billboard-American Urban Radio Networks 2005 R&B/Hip-Hop Awards on Friday night.

At 27, Rhino still passionate about pop culture (Reuters)
Reuters - Rhino Entertainment co-founder Richard Foos remembers working on one of the company's first boxed sets. It was a 1981 package dubbed "The History of Ritchie Valens," compiling three LPs from the "La Bamba" singer.

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