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'American Idol' Sticks With Abdul (AP)
Paula Abdul attends  the 2005 Fox Upfront held at the Central Park Boathouse, May 19, 2005 in New York. Abdul will remain with the Fox TV series 'American Idol' after an investigation found no proof that she had an affair with contestant Corey Clark or helped him on the talent show, the network said Friday, Aug. 12, 2005 in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Jennifer Graylock)AP - "American Idol" judge Paula Abdul will remain with the hit Fox TV series after an investigation found no proof that she had an affair with a contestant or helped him on the talent show, the network said Friday.


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Schwarzenegger Accuser Said to Strike Deal (AP)
California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger listens to the Chief Operating Officer of Blue Cop while touring the garment manufacturer in this Friday, July 29, 2005 file photo, in Vernon, Calif.  The remake of sci-fi thriller 'Westworld' is going ahead without the Governator. Arnold Schwarzenegger was to have co-produced and appeared in the movie but those plans were put aside after his 2003 election.   (AP Photo/Nick Ut, File)AP - A tabloid publisher that was negotiating a business deal with Arnold Schwarzenegger arranged a $20,000 confidentiality agreement with a woman who said she once had a relationship with the actor, the Los Angeles Times reported Friday.


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DeGeneres Back As Host of Emmy Awards (AP)
The upcoming season of 'The Sopranos' series creator/executive producer David Chase is close to finalizing a pact with HBO to produce as many as 10 additional episodes for the upcoming sixth season, set to bow in March, sources said, August 11, 2005. Chase with his Emmy at the 56th annual Primetime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles in this picture taken on September 19, 2004. 'The Sopranos' won best drama series. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson/FilesAP - Ellen DeGeneres, who drew praise for her graceful performance as host of the Emmy Awards that followed the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, will be back in charge of the ceremony this year.


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Classical Music Capital Holds 'Elvis Week' (AP)
Wolfgang Hahn, who calls himself Wolf Memphis, poses Friday, Aug. 12, 2005, in his Elvis4You shop in downtown Vienna that sells Elvis Presley music, memorabilia and trinkets. 'Elvis Week' starts Monday in Vienna's Hilton Hotel,  seven days of live music, memorabilia and Elvis films.   (AP Photo/Hans Punz)AP - Mozart would be mortified. Beethoven would probably spin like an LP in his grave. But for next week, at least, they ain't nothing but hound dogs to Austrians obsessed with The King.


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Music Industry Worried About CD-Burning (AP)
AP - Music copied onto blank recordable CDs is becoming a bigger threat to the bottom line of record stores and music labels than online file-sharing, the head of the recording industry's trade group said Friday.

Schwarzenegger Accuser Said to Strike Deal (AP)
A California appeals court upheld the casting aside of one of three ballot measures that California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger backs for a special election in November. The Republican governor favors Proposition 77, a voter initiative to change the way the state draws its political map by taking the responsibility out of the hands of the Democratic-controlled legislature. Schwarzenegger is seen in Sacramento in this file photo, June 13, 2005 Photo by Pool/ReutersAP - A tabloid publisher that was negotiating a business deal with Arnold Schwarzenegger arranged a $20,000 confidentiality agreement with a woman who said she once had a relationship with the actor, the Los Angeles Times reported Friday.


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Faith is strong, but overall album sales drag (Reuters)
Reuters - Faith Hill's new "Fireflies" falls shy of her biggest-ever sales week, but in the slow summer of a down year, a one-week sum north of 300,000 is still an encouraging sight.

"Idol" Judges Paula Okay (E! Online)
Paula Abdul's long, Corey Clark nightmare has ended. For now, 
 anyway.E! Online - Paula Abdul's long, Corey Clark nightmare has ended. For now, anyway.


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Music Industry Worried About CD-Burning (AP)
AP - Music copied onto blank recordable CDs is becoming a bigger threat to the bottom line of record stores and music labels than online file-sharing, the head of the recording industry's trade group said Friday.

To Be! Classic Stage Snags Broadway Star To Play 'Hamlet' in Fall (Playbill)
Playbill - Broadway's Michael Cumpsty, of The Constant Wife, Copenhagen and Democracy, will climb one of the Everests of acting in the fall when he'll play the Melancholy Dane in Hamlet for Classic Stage Company.

Schwarzenegger Accuser Said to Strike Deal (AP)
A California appeals court upheld the casting aside of one of three ballot measures that California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger backs for a special election in November. The Republican governor favors Proposition 77, a voter initiative to change the way the state draws its political map by taking the responsibility out of the hands of the Democratic-controlled legislature. Schwarzenegger is seen in Sacramento in this file photo, June 13, 2005 Photo by Pool/ReutersAP - A tabloid publisher that was negotiating a business deal with Arnold Schwarzenegger arranged a $20,000 confidentiality agreement with a woman who said she once had a relationship with the actor, the Los Angeles Times reported Friday.


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New 'Westworld' Won't Have Schwarzenegger (AP)
AP - The remake of the science fiction thriller "Westworld" is going ahead without the Governator. Arnold Schwarzenegger was to have co-produced and appeared in the movie but those plans were put aside after his 2003 election.

Talk of movie slump dominates Hollywood's summer (Reuters)
A bumpy ride at the summer box office and signs that booming DVD sales may be slowing have Hollywood studios looking for new ways to win fans as the movie industry faces increased competition. By September's Labor Day holiday in the United States, the box office is expected to be down 7 to 12 percent after films such like 'The Island' and 'Stealth' failed to connect with audiences. Actor Ewan McGregor signs autographs for fans outside the Odeon cinema in Leicester Square, August 7, 2005. McGregor was attending the London Premiere of the movie 'The Island'. (Paul Hackett/Reuters)Reuters - A bumpy ride at the summer box office and signs that booming DVD sales may be slowing have Hollywood studios looking for new ways to win fans as the movie industry faces increased competition.


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Ali G on da fast track to Ferrell comedy (Reuters)
A Christies auction house staff member tries on a tracksuit and a metal knuckle duster ring worn by comic spoof television rapper Ali G, in front of Old Master painting lots, in London, December 9, 2004. Sacha Baron Cohen, a.k.a. Ali G, will play a gay French Formula One driver in the untitled NASCAR comedy starring Will Ferrell. Also on board the Columbia Pictures project are John C. Reilly, Michael Clarke Duncan and Gary Cole. (Toby Melville/Reuters)Reuters - Sacha Baron Cohen, a.k.a. Ali G, will play a gay French Formula One driver in the untitled NASCAR comedy starring Will Ferrell.


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Rapper Game for urban thriller (Reuters)
Reuters - Compton rapper the Game will make his acting debut in the urban action thriller "Waist Deep," written and directed by Vondie Curtis Hall ("Glitter").

Jolie Is Awarded Cambodian Citizenship (AP)
Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie speaks to Cambodian reporters during her last visit to Phnom Penh July 6, 2004.  King Norodom Sihamoni has awarded Cambodian citizenship to Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie in an apparent recognition of her conservation work in his poverty stricken country, a government official said Friday, Aug.12, 2005.    (AP Photo/Andy Eames)AP - A royal decree approving citizenship for actress Angelina Jolie was signed by King Norodom Sihamoni on July 31, Sok Sam Oeun, an official of the Council of Ministers, said Friday. Sok Sam Oeun said he was working through Jolie's contacts in Cambodia to notify the 30-year-old actress of her new citizenship.


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New film strikes patriotic note as US fights wars (Reuters)
Actor Benjamin Bratt arrives for the world premier of Miramax films 'The Great Raid' at the Uptown Theatre in Washington, D.C. July 28, 2005. (Jeffrey Snyder/Reuters)Reuters - "The Great Raid" is an old-style World War Two movie about U.S. Army Rangers rescuing prisoners of war, but its makers caution it should not be seen as "flag-waving" for America's military today.


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Mo. Lawmakers Get Free Movie Passes (AP)
AP - Perks of being a legislator in Missouri: a daily expense allowance, special license plates and don't forget the free movies.

'Virgin' Chest Waxing Scene Was Real (AP)
AP - It boasted no megastars, but the Hollywood premiere of "The 40-Year-Old Virgin" turned out to be a big hairy deal anyway.

Museum Features Bill Clinton Collection CD (AP)
AP - The rock 'n' roll president likes to blast jazz and gospel at the golf course. At least, that's what Bill Clinton did last weekend when he heard for the first time a CD of songs featured in his presidential library's music room.

Faith is strong, but overall album sales drag (Reuters)
Reuters - Faith Hill's new "Fireflies" falls shy of her biggest-ever sales week, but in the slow summer of a down year, a one-week sum north of 300,000 is still an encouraging sight.

Billboard single reviews (Reuters)
Mariah Carey's 'We Belong Together' topped the U.S. pop singles chart for an 11th consecutive week Thursday, while her new tune 'Shake It Off' jumped seven places to No. 12 in only its fourth week. Carey performs the song We Belong Together at the 5th annual 2005 BET Awards at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood, California in this June 28, 2005 file photo. REUTERS/Robert GalbraithReuters - NEW YORK (Billboard) - This three-pack of singles builds the appetite for the upcoming "A Bigger Bang," the first Rolling Stones studio album in eight years. "Rough Justice" is a steamy snapshot of the band's relentless live energy; it is already off to a jump-start at rock radio, although (or perhaps because) the chorus echoes "Brown Sugar." The stadium ballad "Streets of Love" -- predictable but soulful -- features a deliciously lovesick Mick Jagger hooked on phonics and "drenched with tears." The Stones sound raw and real. The smoky footnote "Back of My Hand" delivers a generic late-night blues jam, however. Marketing aside, why not release just one song with a bigger bang?


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Rollins' live set captures post-September 11 emotions (Reuters)
Reuters - Sonny Rollins is known as "the Colossus," an apt moniker for the tenor saxophonist who blows brimstone fire and pacific beauty.

Q&A-Sub Pop co-founder Jonathan Poneman (Reuters)
Reuters - As the co-founder of Seattle-based independent Sub Pop Records, Jonathan Poneman helped steer the label through the grunge explosion in the early '90s. Nearly two decades later, Sub Pop remains a relevant and respected star in the indie galaxy.

Country artist Paisley's 'Time' has come (Reuters)
Reuters - When it comes to country music concerts, cowboy hats are usually the headgear of choice. Lately, however, when Brad Paisley looks out from the stage, he sees a lot of lampshades -- thanks to his hit single "Alcohol."

Ashlee Simpson on path to a new 'Me' (Reuters)
Reuters - Ashlee Simpson is ready to return to the scene of the crime. She is in talks with "Saturday Night Live" to host and perform on the show around the October 11 release of her sophomore Geffen album, "I Am Me."

Music Industry Worried About CD-Burning (AP)
AP - Music copied onto blank recordable CDs is becoming a bigger threat to the bottom line of record stores and music labels than online file-sharing, the head of the recording industry's trade group said Friday.

Christian artist Rice reaches out to mainstream (Reuters)
US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, seen here 11 August 2005, deplored the assassination of Sri Lankan Foreign Minister Lakshman Kadirgamar(AFP/File/Mandel Ngan)Reuters - After becoming one of Christian music's most successful artists, Chris Rice expands his horizons on "Amusing," his first release on Eb+Flo/INO Records and his first project to target the mainstream pop market.


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Christian performer Lowry schedules Senior Trip (Reuters)
Reuters - Believing that teens and young adults are not the only music consumers interested in great entertainment, Christian comedian/singer/songwriter Mark Lowry has developed a unique way to serve the adult audience. He is launching Senior Trip, a new company that offers retreats to the 50-and-older set.

Van Halen Closing in on Orioles (E! Online)
If Van Halen was a sports franchise, the argument could be made 
 it'd be the dysfunctional, 'Bronx Zoo' version of the New York Yankees. 
 In which case the Baltimore Orioles might be in trouble.E! Online - If Van Halen was a sports franchise, the argument could be made it'd be the dysfunctional, "Bronx Zoo" version of the New York Yankees. In which case the Baltimore Orioles might be in trouble.


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