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Gonzo Writer Thompson's Ashes Blast Off (AP)
Workers put the finishing touches on a memorial to 'gonzo' journalist  Hunter S. Thompson near his home at the Owl Farm in Woody Creek, Colo., on Saturday, Aug. 20, 2005. Family and friends are to gather at the site Saturday night to pay tribute to Thompson. His ashes are to be spread by a fireworks projectile during the event. Thompson shot himself to death six months ago on Feb. 20 at age 67. (AP Photo/Ed Andrieski)AP - With a deafening boom, the ashes of Hunter S. Thompson were blown into the sky from a 153-foot tower late Saturday as relatives and a star-studded crowd bid an irreverent farewell to the founder of Gonzo journalism.


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Miller Beer Holds 150th Anniversary Bash (AP)
Goo Goo Dolls John Rzeznik, left, and Robby Takac perform at Miller Brewing's 150th birthday bash Saturday, Aug. 20, 2005, in Miller Park Baseball Stadium in Milwaukee. More than 100 descendants of the Miller family attended the party for the United States' second-largest and oldest major brewer. (AP Photo/Morry Gash)AP - When it's Miller Time, Miller Brewing knows how to party. The nation's second-largest and oldest major brewer threw a 150th birthday bash Saturday with more than 100 descendants of the Miller family attending.


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Brooks Albums to Only Be Sold at Wal-Mart (AP)
Country music singer and songwriter Garth Brooks performs at the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville, Tenn. in this Sunday May 1, 2005 file photo. Brooks has signed an exclusive multi-year contract with Wal-Mart Stores Inc. No details of the agreement were released by Wal-Mart officials Friday, but Billboard reported the deal will make Wal-Mart, Sam's Club and their online outlets the only places where Brooks' music will be commercially available.  (AP Photo/Neil Brake, File)AP - Country superstar Garth Brooks has signed an exclusive multiyear contract with Wal-Mart Stores Inc.


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Scarborough Won't Challenge Harris in Fla. (AP)
Joe Scarborough tapes his MSNBC talk show, ``Scarborough Country,'' on Feb. 16, 2005 at the studios of WSRE-TV, a public broadcasting station in Pensacola, Fla., his hometown. The former Republican congressman sets a conservative agenda for the show, but he says he's not a right-wing apologist for the GOP. He has a pro-environment streak usually associated with liberals and has criticized the deficit spending policies of Republicans in Congress and President Bush. (AP Photo/Bill Kaczor)AP - Talk show host and former congressman Joe Scarborough said Saturday he had decided not to challenge U.S. Rep. Katherine Harris in the Republican Senate primary.


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Marc Cohn Recalls Terrifying Shooting (AP)
This photo supplied by ABC shows Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Marc Cohn,  right, who survived being shot in the head during what police say was an attempted carjacking in Denver on Aug.7 , being interviewed by ABC News' Elizabeth Vargas, on ABC's 'Good Morning America,' Friday Aug. 19 2005. Cohn is married to Vargas.   (AP Photo/ABC, Ida Mae Astute )AP - Grammy-winning singer Marc Cohn says the bullet that lodged in his temple as he rode in a car after a Denver concert earlier this month seemed like "an abstraction" until he heard the footsteps of his alleged assailant and saw his own blood.


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Mourning "Toy Story" Storyteller (E! Online)
The story artist's blog might have said it all: 'It is the 
 saddest day at Pixar.'E! Online - The story artist's blog might have said it all: "It is the saddest day at Pixar."


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Tearful Courtney Love ordered into rehab facility (Reuters)
Rock singer Courtney Love wipes away her tears during her probation hearing at the Los Angeles Criminal Courthouse August 19, 2005. Love appeared in court to respond to accusations that she took drugs while on probation. The judge ordered Love to an inpatient rehabilitation facility. (Nick Ut/Pool/Reuters)Reuters - A judge ordered a tearful Courtney Love into an in-patient substance abuse facility on Friday after the troubled rock singer admitted to violating the terms of her probation by using drugs.


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Scarborough Won't Challenge Harris in Fla. (AP)
Joe Scarborough tapes his MSNBC talk show, ``Scarborough Country,'' on Feb. 16, 2005 at the studios of WSRE-TV, a public broadcasting station in Pensacola, Fla., his hometown. The former Republican congressman sets a conservative agenda for the show, but he says he's not a right-wing apologist for the GOP. He has a pro-environment streak usually associated with liberals and has criticized the deficit spending policies of Republicans in Congress and President Bush. (AP Photo/Bill Kaczor)AP - Talk show host and former congressman Joe Scarborough said Saturday he had decided not to challenge U.S. Rep. Katherine Harris in the Republican Senate primary.


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Brooks Albums to Only Be Sold at Wal-Mart (AP)
Country music singer and songwriter Garth Brooks performs at the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville, Tenn. in this Sunday May 1, 2005 file photo. Brooks has signed an exclusive multi-year contract with Wal-Mart Stores Inc. No details of the agreement were released by Wal-Mart officials Friday, but Billboard reported the deal will make Wal-Mart, Sam's Club and their online outlets the only places where Brooks' music will be commercially available.  (AP Photo/Neil Brake, File)AP - Country superstar Garth Brooks has signed an exclusive multiyear contract with Wal-Mart Stores Inc.


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Theater review: Dedication or the Stuff of Dreams (Reuters)
Reuters - The first few minutes of "Dedication or the Stuff of Dreams" is played entirely in the dark, with voices shouting across a blackened stage. The lights then come on, but all that's really illuminated for the next two-plus hours is the decline of playwright Terrence McNally, and Nathan Lane's limits as an actor.

Mourning "Toy Story" Storyteller (E! Online)
The story artist's blog might have said it all: 'It is the 
 saddest day at Pixar.'E! Online - The story artist's blog might have said it all: "It is the saddest day at Pixar."


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Actor Seething over "Saw" (E! Online)
It seems that Saw is turning into a horror for Cary 
 Elwes' bank account.E! Online - It seems that Saw is turning into a horror for Cary Elwes' bank account.


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Clooney Movie to Open N.Y. Film Festival (AP)
George Clooney arrives to receive the Los Angeles Film Festival's first annual Spirit of Independence Award, in Los Angeles, June 25, 2005.  Clooney's depiction of McCarthyism and TV news in the 1950s, 'Good Night, and Good Luck,' will open the New York Film Festival.  The 43rd annual festival runs from Sept. 23-Oct. 9 at Lincoln Center.(AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)AP - The New York Film Festival will say hello on opening night with "Good Night, and Good Luck," George Clooney's depiction of McCarthyism and TV news in the 1950s.


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Love Admits Using Drugs; Sent to Rehab (AP)
Actress-singer Courtney Love wipes away tears as she appears in the court for her parole violation hearing in Los Angeles, Friday, Aug. 19, 2005.  Earlier this month Love was ordered to appear in court Aug 19 to face an allegation that she violated her probation in an assault case by being under the influence of a controlled substance. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)AP - Courtney Love tearfully admitted using drugs in violation of her probation terms Friday. The rocker-actress was ordered into a 28-day drug treatment program by a judge who said he had wanted to put her in jail.


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Sarajevo Film Festival Now Thriving (AP)
A worker of the 11th Sarajevo Film Festival prepares the banner for the opening of the festival in downtown Sarajevo, Friday, Aug. 19, 2005. The festival has become a tradition, established during the Bosnian 1992-95 war and will this year present over 100 international movies.  Eleven movies from nine countries from the region will compete for the Heart of Sarajevo award this year. (AP Photo/Hidajet Delic)AP - The annual Sarajevo Film Festival opens its doors Friday evening for the 11th time. What began as an act of defiance during the 1992-95 Bosnian war has turned into the most important festival in the Balkans.


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Review: 'Valiant' Is No 'Chicken Run' (AP)
In this photo provided by Walt Disney Pictures, a brave-but-undersized pigeon named Valiant (right, voiced by Ewan McGregor) realizes his dream of becoming a member of the Royal Homing Pigeon Service, and is joined by new recruits (l-r) Lofty, Tailfeather, and Toughwood in 'Valiant.'  (AP Photo/Walt Disney Pictures)AP - The animated tale "Valiant" certainly is not a documentary about pigeons, yet it captures the essence of those omnipresent urban scavengers: Mildly annoying, sometimes really aggravating, often so bland you don't even notice them.


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Phil Donahue Selling Home for $25 Million (AP)
Talk show host Phil Donahue, center, points to a friend in the audience as he stands on stage with his wife, Marlo Thomas, after taping his final show in New York, Thursday, May 2, 1996. The couple are selling their 7,379-square-foot 1911 wood-and-stucco Tudor house for $25 million. It  has 17 rooms, including nine bedrooms, nine bathrooms and five fireplaces. It also has a guesthouse  (AP Photo/Ed Bailey-File)AP - With a $25 million price tag, the home being put up for sale by Phil Donahue and his actress-wife, Marlo Thomas, is most definitely upscale.


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Disney Investigates Alleged Labor Abuses (AP)
Demonstrators from the National Labor Committee, an independent non-profit human rights organization focused on the protection of workers rights, protest outside the Disney store  (Shannon Stapleton/Reuters)AP - The Walt Disney Co. said Friday it has hired an auditor to investigate claims that its Chinese contractors pay workers below minimum wage, demand excessive overtime and cheat labor monitors by faking pay slips.


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Movie theater owners fire back at studios (Reuters)
Tired of being blamed for the box office slump, the nation's movie theater owners returned fire Thursday, accusing the studios of delivering sub-standard product. 'Here's what we know about 2005: The movies are not as good,' said John Fithian, president of the National Association of Theater Owners. 'They're not terrible; they're just not as good. And so the industry has experienced a temporary drop-off compared to 2004, the biggest box office year in movie history.' His remarks were part of a direct rebuke to Robert Iger, who is about to take over as CEO of the Walt Disney Co. Iger said last week during the firm's third-quarter conference call that the industry should move toward the simultaneous release of theatrical films and videos. In 2004, the average gap between a film's release in theaters and on video was four months, 16 days. (FILE/Shaun Best/Reuters)Reuters - Tired of being blamed for the box office slump, the nation's movie theater owners returned fire Thursday, accusing the studios of delivering sub-standard product.


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'Left Behind' sequel debuts among pews (Reuters)
Reuters - Hoping to appeal to the same faith-based audience that played a key role in the success of Mel Gibson's "The Passion of the Christ," the apocalyptic film "Left Behind: World at War" will screen in hundreds of U.S. churches the weekend of October 21-23, ahead of its October 25 release on DVD.

Tearful Courtney Love ordered into rehab facility (Reuters)
Rock singer Courtney Love wipes away her tears during her probation hearing at the Los Angeles Criminal Courthouse August 19, 2005. Love appeared in court to respond to accusations that she took drugs while on probation. The judge ordered Love to an inpatient rehabilitation facility. (Nick Ut/Pool/Reuters)Reuters - A judge ordered a tearful Courtney Love into an in-patient substance abuse facility on Friday after the troubled rock singer admitted to violating the terms of her probation by using drugs.


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Digital competitors ready to take bite out of Apple (Reuters)
Reuters - Enjoy it while it lasts.

Q&A: Oasis' Noel Gallagher (Reuters)
Reuters - It has often been a rocky decade, but Oasis has rolled with it.

Miller Beer Holds 150th Anniversary Bash (AP)
Goo Goo Dolls John Rzeznik, left, and Robby Takac perform at Miller Brewing's 150th birthday bash Saturday, Aug. 20, 2005, in Miller Park Baseball Stadium in Milwaukee. More than 100 descendants of the Miller family attended the party for the United States' second-largest and oldest major brewer. (AP Photo/Morry Gash)AP - When it's Miller Time, Miller Brewing knows how to party. The nation's second-largest and oldest major brewer threw a 150th birthday bash Saturday with more than 100 descendants of the Miller family attending.


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Brooks Albums to Only Be Sold at Wal-Mart (AP)
Country music singer and songwriter Garth Brooks performs at the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville, Tenn. in this Sunday May 1, 2005 file photo. Brooks has signed an exclusive multi-year contract with Wal-Mart Stores Inc. No details of the agreement were released by Wal-Mart officials Friday, but Billboard reported the deal will make Wal-Mart, Sam's Club and their online outlets the only places where Brooks' music will be commercially available.  (AP Photo/Neil Brake, File)AP - Country superstar Garth Brooks has signed an exclusive multiyear contract with Wal-Mart Stores Inc.


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Iron Maiden Added to Hollywood Rockwalk (AP)
Members of British heavy metal band Iron Maiden, from left, Dave Murray, Nicko McBrian, Bruce Dickinson, Steve Harris, Janick Gers and Adrian Smith put  their hands in wet cement as they are inducted into Hollywood's Rockwalk in the Hollywood Section of Los Angeles, Friday, Aug. 19, 2005.  (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)AP - Heavy metal rock band Iron Maiden have put their mark in cement — along with the bony hand of its album cover skeleton mascot, "Eddie."


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Time Running Out on Hendrix Boyhood Home (AP)
AP - Time is running short for a group hoping to make the boyhood home of Jimi Hendrix the centerpiece of a community music center.

Stewart-Harrah's Dispute Goes to Court (AP)
British rock star Rod Stewart performs during his first concert of the German tour in the Festhalle concert hall in Frankfurt, Germany, June 12, 2005.  The Harrah's-owned Rio hotel-casino accuses Stewart of breach of contract, contending he has no right to keep $2 million for the canceled Dec. 30, 2000, show in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/Bernd Kammerer)AP - Rod Stewart and gambling giant Harrah's Entertainment are headed to federal court next week in Nevada in a dispute over a canceled casino concert.


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Marc Cohn Recalls Terrifying Shooting (AP)
This photo supplied by ABC shows Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Marc Cohn,  right, who survived being shot in the head during what police say was an attempted carjacking in Denver on Aug.7 , being interviewed by ABC News' Elizabeth Vargas, on ABC's 'Good Morning America,' Friday Aug. 19 2005. Cohn is married to Vargas.   (AP Photo/ABC, Ida Mae Astute )AP - Grammy-winning singer Marc Cohn says the bullet that lodged in his temple as he rode in a car after a Denver concert earlier this month seemed like "an abstraction" until he heard the footsteps of his alleged assailant and saw his own blood.


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Bluegrass great Vassar Clements dies (Reuters)
Reuters - Acclaimed fiddle virtuoso Vassar Clements died August 16 of cancer at his daughter's home outside of Nashville. He was 77.

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