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Reeve's Widow Battling Lung Cancer (AP)
AP - After helping her famous husband turn his paralysis into a gracefully productive last nine years, Dana Reeve is fighting for her own life with the resolve and optimism that have already attracted worldwide admiration.

Two Members of 50 Cent's G-Unit Arrested (AP)
AP - Two top-selling rappers were released without bail on Tuesday following their arrest on felony gun possession charges after a concert in Manhattan.

'Mona Lisa' Producers Accused of Bias (AP)
AP - Even as the movie "Mona Lisa Smile" explored stereotypes of female repression at a 1950s women's college, its producers discriminated against 19 female musicians who were paid less than their male counterparts, the U.S. government says.

Rachel McAdams Emerges As Summer's Star (AP)
AP - "Mean Girls" may have been the coming out party for Lindsay Lohan, but considering Rachel McAdams' red-hot career, some revisionist history may be in order.

L.A. Woman Drops Suit Against Snoop Dogg (AP)
AP - A makeup artist dropped a lawsuit alleging she was drugged and raped by rapper Snoop Dogg and several of his associates after a taping of ABC's "Jimmy Kimmel Live" two years ago.

Reeve's Widow Battling Lung Cancer (AP)
AP - After helping her famous husband turn his paralysis into a gracefully productive last nine years, Dana Reeve is fighting for her own life with the resolve and optimism that have already attracted worldwide admiration.

L.A. Woman Drops Suit Against Snoop Dogg (AP)
AP - A makeup artist dropped a lawsuit alleging she was drugged and raped by rapper Snoop Dogg and several of his associates after a taping of ABC's "Jimmy Kimmel Live" two years ago.

Judge Sides With Disney Board Over Ovitz (AP)
AP - The Walt Disney Co.'s board did not breach its fiscal responsibilities by agreeing to hire Hollywood superagent Michael Ovitz as president in 1995, then granting him a $140 million severance package when he left just 14 months later, a judge ruled Tuesday.

Lions Gate 1Q Loss Widens; Stock Falls (AP)
AP - Lions Gate Entertainment Corp.'s loss widened in its fiscal first quarter, and the Canadian company missed Wall Street's expectations.

Suzan-Lori Parks to Pen Libretto to Ray Charles Musical (Playbill)
Playbill - Suzan-Lori Park, a Pulitzer Prize winner for Topdog/Underdog, will write the book to the planned musical based on the life and musical of Ray Charles, Variety reported.

Reeve's Widow Battling Lung Cancer (AP)
AP - After helping her famous husband turn his paralysis into a gracefully productive last nine years, Dana Reeve is fighting for her own life with the resolve and optimism that have already attracted worldwide admiration.

Lions Gate 1Q Loss Widens; Stock Falls (AP)
AP - Lions Gate Entertainment Corp.'s loss widened in its fiscal first quarter, and the Canadian company missed Wall Street's expectations.

Demme, Young Doing Rock Doc (E! Online)
E! Online - Paramount Classics has announced it will distribute an upcoming concert film directed by Jonathan Demme that will capture Canadian rocker Neil Young's upcoming two-night stand in Nashville, Tennessee, Daily Variety reports.

Judge Sides With Disney Board Over Ovitz (AP)
AP - The Walt Disney Co.'s board did not breach its fiscal responsibilities by agreeing to hire Hollywood superagent Michael Ovitz as president in 1995, then granting him a $140 million severance package when he left just 14 months later, a judge ruled Tuesday.

'Mona Lisa' Producers Accused of Bias (AP)
AP - Even as the movie "Mona Lisa Smile" explored stereotypes of female repression at a 1950s women's college, its producers discriminated against 19 female musicians who were paid less than their male counterparts, the U.S. government says.

Disney Earnings Rise on TV Network Growth (AP)
AP - Higher television ratings at ABC and increased theme park attendance boosted The Walt Disney Co.'s third-quarter profits.

Rachel McAdams Emerges As Summer's Star (AP)
AP - "Mean Girls" may have been the coming out party for Lindsay Lohan, but considering Rachel McAdams' red-hot career, some revisionist history may be in order.

Reeve's Widow Battling Lung Cancer (AP)
AP - After helping her famous husband turn his paralysis into a gracefully productive last nine years, Dana Reeve is fighting for her own life with the resolve and optimism that have already attracted worldwide admiration.

Betty Boop Celebrates 75th Birthday (AP)
AP - Boop-oop-a-doop! Betty Boop is 75!

Matt Damon, Heath Ledger Attend 'Grimm' (AP)
AP - Brotherly, and even some motherly, love abounded at the premiere of "The Brothers Grimm." Stars Matt Damon and Heath Ledger patiently and cheerfully worked their ways down the entire arrivals line Monday night inside the Directors Guild of America. All the while, they discussed "Grimm," opening stateside Aug. 26, which casts the two as fictionalized versions of the real-life kings of the fairy tale.

L.A. Woman Drops Suit Against Snoop Dogg (AP)
AP - A makeup artist dropped a lawsuit alleging she was drugged and raped by rapper Snoop Dogg and several of his associates after a taping of ABC's "Jimmy Kimmel Live" two years ago.

Emery 'Detroit Junior' Williams Jr. Dies (AP)
AP - Blues pianist and songwriter Emery "Detroit Junior" Williams Jr., an energetic performer who entertained audiences despite losing a leg to diabetes, died Tuesday. He was 73.

Ciara Nabs Lady Soul Train Noms (E! Online)
E! Online - All Ciara's ladies will be on the floor for the 10th annual Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards next month.

Ciara Leads Lady of Soul Nominees (AP)
AP - Ciara is pulling double duty as co-host and leading nominee at next month's Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards.

Two Members of 50 Cent's G-Unit Arrested (AP)
AP - Two top-selling rappers were released without bail on Tuesday following their arrest on felony gun possession charges after a concert in Manhattan.

Correction: Car-Jacking-Songwriter Story (AP)
AP - In an Aug. 8 story about the wounding of songwriter Marc Cohn in an attempted carjacking, The Associated Press reported erroneously that he was taken to the hospital from the concert site at the Denver Botanic Gardens. Instead, Cohn was taken to a hospital from a parking garage where the shooting occurred a few miles from the concert site, authorities said.

Beanie Sigel Leaves New Jersey Prison (AP)
AP - Beanie Sigel was released from prison in New Jersey Tuesday after serving one year on federal gun and drug charges, his lawyer said.

Pixies' Frank Black Takes Nashville Detour (AP)
AP - Pixies lead singer Frank Black takes the prize in this year's derby for Oddest Duet, inviting his ex-wife to sing about their failed relationship on his new solo album.

Ciara leads Lady of Soul nominees (Reuters)
Reuters - R&B newcomer Ciara one-two stepped up to the plate for the 10th annual Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards on Tuesday, leading the contenders with five nominations.

Stones Start Up NFL Deal (E! Online)
E! Online - The Rolling Stones are ready for some football--and not the kind of football Americans call soccer.

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