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Bobby McFerrin Decides to Take Time Off (AP)
Bobby McFerrin performs on stage at the Blue Balls Festival in Lucerne, Switzerland, in this July 30, 2005 file photo. For years he's been telling people, 'Don't Worry, Be Happy.' Now McFerrin has decided it's time to take his own advice. 'I've got one week left, and then I'm done for a year,' a weary McFerrin told The Associated Press during a visit to UCLA on Saturday, Aug. 13, 2005, where he was accepting an award from the Henry Mancini Institute for his contributions to music. (AP Photo/Keystone, Urs Flueeler, File)AP - For years he's been telling people, "Don't Worry, Be Happy." Now Bobby McFerrin has decided it's time to take his own advice.


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Fiona Apple's New Album to Be Released (AP)
Singer Fiona Apple poses during a tribute to legendary film director Billy Wilder at the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences on Jan. 13, 2000, in Beverly Hills, Calif.  Apple is on the verge of ending her curiously long hiatus from the business of making music. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)AP - Fiona Apple is ending her curiously long hiatus from the business of making music. A year after 11 tracks were leaked onto the Internet, drawing praise from critics and fans, Epic Records announced Monday that Apple's "Extraordinary Machine" will be released Oct. 4.


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Report: Are Demi, Ashton Trying for Baby? (AP)
This recent photo supplied by Harper's Bazaar shows Demi Moore posed in her Hollywood Hills' home in Los Angeles for an article in the Harper's Bazaar September issue in which she talks about her relationship with Ashton Kutcher. (AP Photo/Harper's Bazaar,Alexi Lubomirski)AP - Two years ago, Demi Moore met "That '70s Show" star Ashton Kutcher at a casual dinner. They've been together ever since.


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Celibate Celebs: Some Aren't Promiscuous (AP)
Pop singer Britney Spears performs in Mexico City in this July 27, 2002, file photo. Spears, now very much pregnant and married to Kevin Federline, once famously proclaimed she was saving herself until marriage, prompting years of has-she-or-hasn't-she speculation. In a 2003 interview with W magazine, the pop star finally revealed she had -- with Justin Timberlake, two years into their relationship.(AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana)AP - Britney Spears was 18 when she lost it. So was Marcia Cross from "Desperate Housewives." Ozzy Osbourne was 14. His daughter, Kelly, was 16. Gary Coleman? Well, he might still have it.


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Matchbox Twenty's Thomas Hits Road Solo (AP)
Singer and musician Rob Thomas is shown during an interview with the Associated Press in New York, Aug. 10, 2005. The matchbox twenty frontman on Monday announced a two-month national tour to support his multiplatinum solo album, 'Something To Be.' It kicks off Oct. 5 in Albany, N.Y., hitting mostly medium-size venues like theaters.  (AP Photo/Richard Drew)AP - Rob Thomas is going it alone, taking his best-selling solo act on the road.


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Foreign moviegoers flock to 'Island' (Reuters)
Reuters - You might call "The Island" the overseas comeback kid.

Streisand, Gibb re-team for new album (Reuters)
Reuters - Barbra Streisand and Barry Gibb have re-teamed for a collaborative album in the vein of their 1980 smash hit, "Guilty."

Viewers bypass ABC's "Town" (Reuters)
Reuters - "My Kind of Town" wasn't the kind of place the "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" audience wanted to visit on Sunday.

Analyst upbeat on Disney, others not so sure (Reuters)
Reuters - "Disney is the best stock to own in the entertainment sector," crowed Goldman Sachs analyst Anthony Noto after the Walt Disney Co. reported better-than-expected quarterly earnings after last week.

Connick's Broadway debut will be 'Pajama' party (Reuters)
Reuters - It's definite: Harry Connick Jr. will be making his Broadway debut in a revival of "The Pajama Game" as part of the Roundabout Theater Co.'s 40th anniversary season, opening March 2 at the American Airlines Theater after five weeks of previews beginning January 27. It's scheduled to play for 20 weeks through June 18.

Foreign moviegoers flock to 'Island' (Reuters)
Reuters - You might call "The Island" the overseas comeback kid.

"Brothers" Heads Off "Skeleton" (E! Online)
Business was flaccid again over the 
 weekend at the nation's box office--down almost 15 percent from this 
 time last year. About the best thing going for the studios is that there 
 are only a few weeks left of the summer.E! Online - Business was flaccid again over the weekend at the nation's box office--down almost 15 percent from this time last year. About the best thing going for the studios is that there are only a few weeks left of the summer.


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Celibate Celebs: Some Aren't Promiscuous (AP)
Pop singer Britney Spears performs in Mexico City in this July 27, 2002, file photo. Spears, now very much pregnant and married to Kevin Federline, once famously proclaimed she was saving herself until marriage, prompting years of has-she-or-hasn't-she speculation. In a 2003 interview with W magazine, the pop star finally revealed she had -- with Justin Timberlake, two years into their relationship.(AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana)AP - Britney Spears was 18 when she lost it. So was Marcia Cross from "Desperate Housewives." Ozzy Osbourne was 14. His daughter, Kelly, was 16. Gary Coleman? Well, he might still have it.


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Rachel McAdams Takes 'Red Eye' to Stardom (AP)
In this photo provided by DreamWorks Pictures,  Lisa Reisert (Rachel McAdams) has no way out when she is terrorized by her seatmate (Cillian Murphy) on the night flight to Miami in 'Red Eye.'   (AP Photo/DreamWorks Pictures)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.


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Report: Are Demi, Ashton Trying for Baby? (AP)
This recent photo supplied by Harper's Bazaar shows Demi Moore posed in her Hollywood Hills' home in Los Angeles for an article in the Harper's Bazaar September issue in which she talks about her relationship with Ashton Kutcher. (AP Photo/Harper's Bazaar,Alexi Lubomirski)AP - Two years ago, Demi Moore met "That '70s Show" star Ashton Kutcher at a casual dinner. They've been together ever since.


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New Home-Video Releases (AP)
AP - Selected home-video releases:

Gonzales Makes Influential Hispanics List (AP)
In this handout image provided by TIME Magazine, Time Magazine's list of the 25 Most Influential Hispanics in America appear on the cover issue for Aug. 22, 2005. (AP Photo/TIME Magazine)AP - Alberto Gonzales, George Lopez and — surprise! — Jennifer Lopez are among Time Magazine's 25 Most Influential Hispanics in America.


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'Four Brothers' Tops Amid Box-Office Slump (AP)
The four brothers, from left to right, Garrett Hedlund, Mark Wahlberg, Tyrese Gibson and Andre Benjamin, arrive at the premier of Paramount Picture's 'Four Brothers', Tuesday, Aug. 9, 2005 in New York. After their adoptive mother is murdered, the four brothers reunite to take the matter of her death into their own hands. (AP Photo/Stephen Chernin)AP - The John Singleton revenge flick "Four Brothers" beat its cinematic siblings to take the top spot at the weekend box office.


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'Notebook' Wins Eight Teen Choice Awards (AP)
Paris Hilton accepts the award for Choice Scream Scene for her work in 'House of Wax,' at the 2005 Teen Choice Awards in Universal City, Calif. on Sunday, Aug. 14, 2005. (AP Photo/Matt Sayles)AP - A story told by an old man proved popular with young people as the multigenerational love story "The Notebook" took eight categories Sunday at the 2005 Teen Choice Awards.


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Director Gilliam Rolling Out Two Films (AP)
US-born British director Terry Gilliam, who has been awarded  the Leopard of Honour for his lifetime achievement, speaks during a press conference at the 58th International Film Festival Locarno, Friday, Aug. 12, 2005, in Locarno, Switzerland.  (AP Photo/Keystone/Martial Trezzini)AP - Director Terry Gilliam hasn't had a film on screen since his "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas" came out in 1998. Now, he's got two projects opening back to back — this month and next.


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Streisand, Gibb re-team for new album (Reuters)
Reuters - Barbra Streisand and Barry Gibb have re-teamed for a collaborative album in the vein of their 1980 smash hit, "Guilty."

Green Day postpones 2 shows as Armstrong rests (Reuters)
Reuters - Punk rock trio Green Day has postponed two concerts while frontman Billie Joe Armstrong rests his voice on doctor's orders, a representative for the group's Reprise Records label said Monday.

Bobby McFerrin Decides to Take Time Off (AP)
Bobby McFerrin performs on stage at the Blue Balls Festival in Lucerne, Switzerland, in this July 30, 2005 file photo. For years he's been telling people, 'Don't Worry, Be Happy.' Now McFerrin has decided it's time to take his own advice. 'I've got one week left, and then I'm done for a year,' a weary McFerrin told The Associated Press during a visit to UCLA on Saturday, Aug. 13, 2005, where he was accepting an award from the Henry Mancini Institute for his contributions to music. (AP Photo/Keystone, Urs Flueeler, File)AP - For years he's been telling people, "Don't Worry, Be Happy." Now Bobby McFerrin has decided it's time to take his own advice.


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Fiona Free at Last (E! Online)
The angsty 
 singer-songwriter's long-gestating Extraordinary Machine will hit 
 stores Oct. 4, her label, Epic Records, announced Monday, ending months 
 of speculation that the disc would never be officially released after 
 multiple tracks were leaked online last year.E! Online - The angsty singer-songwriter's long-gestating Extraordinary Machine will hit stores Oct. 4, her label, Epic Records, announced Monday, ending months of speculation that the disc would never be officially released after multiple tracks were leaked online last year.


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Fiona Apple's New Album to Be Released (AP)
Singer Fiona Apple poses during a tribute to legendary film director Billy Wilder at the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences on Jan. 13, 2000, in Beverly Hills, Calif.  Apple is on the verge of ending her curiously long hiatus from the business of making music. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)AP - Fiona Apple is ending her curiously long hiatus from the business of making music. A year after 11 tracks were leaked onto the Internet, drawing praise from critics and fans, Epic Records announced Monday that Apple's "Extraordinary Machine" will be released Oct. 4.


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Limp Bizkit's Insurance Headache (E! Online)
Limp Bizkit could have to cough up some serious bread if the 
 band's insurance company gets its way.E! Online - Limp Bizkit could have to cough up some serious bread if the band's insurance company gets its way.


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Kronos Quartet string ensemble goes Bollywood (Reuters)
Reuters - David Harrington of the Grammy-winning string ensemble Kronos Quartet says his group jumped at the chance to work with legendary Indian singer Asha Bhosle and take its eclectic chamber music to Bollywood.

Celibate Celebs: Some Aren't Promiscuous (AP)
Pop singer Britney Spears performs in Mexico City in this July 27, 2002, file photo. Spears, now very much pregnant and married to Kevin Federline, once famously proclaimed she was saving herself until marriage, prompting years of has-she-or-hasn't-she speculation. In a 2003 interview with W magazine, the pop star finally revealed she had -- with Justin Timberlake, two years into their relationship.(AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana)AP - Britney Spears was 18 when she lost it. So was Marcia Cross from "Desperate Housewives." Ozzy Osbourne was 14. His daughter, Kelly, was 16. Gary Coleman? Well, he might still have it.


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Connick to Star in 'The Pajama Game' (AP)
Jazz crooner Harry Connick Jr., takes the stage at the Gem Theater in Kansas City, Mo., where he was performing with his jazz quartet  Aug. 3, 2003. Connick and 'The Pajama Game,' one of the musical theater's biggest hits of the 1950s, will be back on Broadway next year. The musical will open March 2 at the American Airlines Theatre as part of the Roundabout Theatre Company's 40th anniversary season, spokesman Matt Polk said Monday, Aug. 15, 2005. Preview performances begin Jan. 27. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)AP - Jazz crooner Harry Connick Jr. and "The Pajama Game," one of the musical theater's biggest hits of the 1950s, will be back on Broadway next year.


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Matchbox Twenty's Thomas Hits Road Solo (AP)
Singer and musician Rob Thomas is shown during an interview with the Associated Press in New York, Aug. 10, 2005. The matchbox twenty frontman on Monday announced a two-month national tour to support his multiplatinum solo album, 'Something To Be.' It kicks off Oct. 5 in Albany, N.Y., hitting mostly medium-size venues like theaters.  (AP Photo/Richard Drew)AP - Rob Thomas is going it alone, taking his best-selling solo act on the road.


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