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Kanye West Rips Bush During NBC Concert (AP)
Kanye West performs on ABC's 'Good Morning America' concert series at New York's Lincoln Center on  Friday, Sept. 2, 2005.   West's second CD, 'Late Registration,' was released Aug. 30.(AP Photo/Michael Kim)AP - It began, fittingly enough, with jazz from New Orleans natives Harry Connick Jr. and Wynton Marsalis. But "A Concert for Hurricane Relief," a heartfelt and dignified benefit aired on NBC and other networks Friday night, took an unexpected turn thanks to the outspoken rapper Kanye West.


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LSU Quarterback Opens Home to Fats Domino (AP)
LSU quarterback JaMarcus Russell, left,  shakes hands with New Orleans music legend Fats Domino at LSU in Baton Rouge, La., Friday, Sept. 2, 2005, days after being rescued from his hurricane-ravaged home on Monday. On arrival in town Domino checked in at the triage unit at the Maravich Assembly Center and then was reunited with family members at Russell's apartment. The 77-year-old R&B legend had been reported missing.(AP Photo/LSU,Stephen B. Franz)AP - Fats Domino and his family spent two days with Louisiana State University's quarterback after being rescued from the floodwaters of Hurricane Katrina, then moved on.


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Stars Pledge Help for Katrina Victims (AP)
In this photo released by Warner Bros., talk show host Ellen DeGeneres, right, speaks with the CEO of the Los Angeles chapter of The American Red Cross, Roger Dickson, left, about what people can do to help those affected by hurricane Katrina, during a taping of 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show' at NBC Studios, Thursday, Sept. 1, 2005 in Burbank, Calif. DeGeneres, a native of New Orleans, announced 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show Hurricane Katrina Relief Fund,' a fundraising effort to aid those affected by hurricane Katrina. This episode airs on Monday, Sept. 5, 2005. (AP Photo/Warner Bros., Chris Polk)AP - Celebrities including Ellen DeGeneres, Jay Leno, Master P and Dave Matthews are contributing star power to relief efforts for victims of Hurricane Katrina.


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Snoop Dogg Sues Car Dealership Over Ads (AP)
Rapper Snoop Dogg performs during the Amsterjam music festival on New York's Randall's Island on Aug. 20, 2005. He is seeking $2 million from a car dealership that he accuses of having misappropriated his image and speech pattern in its advertisements. In a lawsuit filed Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2005, in Philadelphia's U.S. District Court, the 33-year-old rapper, born Calvin Broadus, alleges that the Gary Barbera Enterprises ads constitute trademark infringement since they use verbiage that is 'confusingly similar to the Snoop Dogg trademark.'(AP Photo/Chad Rachman)AP - Snoop Dogg is seeking $2 million from a car dealership that he accuses of having misappropriated his image and speech pattern in its advertisements.


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Tilly Wins Second Major Poker Tournament (AP)
AP - Actress Jennifer Tilly has won her second major poker tournament and confidence in her playing ability.

"Casanova" to seduce Venice with film fest debut (Reuters)
Australian actor Heath Ledger poses during a photo call in Venice September 2, 2005. 'Casanova' portrays the 18th century lothario, played by Ledger, as a young adventurer with a heart who falls for the one girl who refuses his affection. (Alessia Pierdomenico/Reuters)Reuters - Venice's most infamous libertine is coming home to seduce the lagoon city as a sly but likeable charmer in Swedish director Lasse Hallstrom's "Casanova," set to have its premiere at the film festival on Saturday.


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Rapper Kanye West blasts Bush on TV benefit show (Reuters)
Hip hop singer Kanye West performs after the fall 2005 H and M fashion show in New York City, April 20, 2005. West surprised viewers of an NBC benefit concert for Hurricane Katrina victims on Friday by accusing President George W. Bush of racism. (Jeff Christensen/Reuters)Reuters - Rapper Kanye West surprised viewers of an NBC benefit concert for Hurricane Katrina victims on Friday by accusing President George W. Bush of racism.


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Lewis' Telethon to Aid Kids, Storm Victims (AP)
Comedian Jerry Lewis speaks during an interview in Beverly Hills, Calif., Thursday, Sept. 1, 2005. The disaster brought to the Gulf Coast by Hurricane Katrina sparked an outpouring of donations by everyone from major corporations to everyday Americans. Some organizations that are dependent upon donations but whose mission is not wide-scale humanitarian relief could find themselves hardpressed to compete for donors' largesse. This week, Lewis said his annual Labor Day fundraiser for the Muscular Dystrophy Association would include celebrity appeals for hurricane relief, and also will donate $1 million to help victims in Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama, he said. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)AP - Jerry Lewis can pinpoint the moment he knew his Labor Day telethon had to be more than another chapter in his long effort to help children with muscular dystrophy. It had to benefit hurricane victims, too.


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Networks set September 9 for Katrina telethon (Reuters)
A mother and her daughter, who survived Hurricane Katrina, cry at the New Orleans Convention Center September 2, 2005. The six major U.S. television networks agreed on Friday to a September 9 air date for a rare joint broadcast of a live, all-star charity concert to raise money for survivors of Hurricane Katrina. No details on talent were immediately unveiled for the show, dubbed 'Shelter from the Storm: A Concert for the Gulf Coast.' (Jason Reed/Reuters)Reuters - The six major U.S. television networks agreed on Friday to a September 9 air date for a rare joint broadcast of a live, all-star charity concert to raise money for survivors of Hurricane Katrina.


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Broadway's Jarrod Emick and Cass Morgan Help Ignite 'Ring of Fire', the New Johnny Cash Musical (Playbill)
Playbill - Richard Maltby Jr., the director who guided Ain't Misbehavin' and Fosse to Broadway, is staging and co-creating the new Johnny Cash-inspired musical, Ring of Fire, in its test run at Studio Arena Theatre in Buffalo, Sept. 2-Oct. 9.

"Casanova" to seduce Venice with film fest debut (Reuters)
Australian actor Heath Ledger poses during a photo call in Venice September 2, 2005. 'Casanova' portrays the 18th century lothario, played by Ledger, as a young adventurer with a heart who falls for the one girl who refuses his affection. (Alessia Pierdomenico/Reuters)Reuters - Venice's most infamous libertine is coming home to seduce the lagoon city as a sly but likeable charmer in Swedish director Lasse Hallstrom's "Casanova," set to have its premiere at the film festival on Saturday.


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Film review: Brokeback Mountain (Reuters)
(From L-R) U.S. actress Anne Hathaway, Taiwanese director Ang Lee, Australian actor Heath Ledger and U.S. actor Jake Gyllenhaal pose during a photo call in Venice September 2, 2005. Lee is presenting his latest movie 'Brokeback Mountain' at the Venice film festival. (Alessia Pierdomenico/Reuters)Reuters - Everything you ever imagined about the characters of John Wayne and Montgomery Clift in "Red River" or Joel McCrea and Randolph Scott in "Ride the High Country" is revealed candidly in Ang Lee's "Brokeback Mountain," an epic Western about forbidden love.


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'Virgin' Director to Team With Seth Rogen (AP)
This undated photo supplied by Universal Pictures shows Director Judd Apatow on the California set of the succesful film comedy, 'The 40 Year-Old Virgin.' He doubs that a sequel to the film is possible, but speaking to The Associated Press recently, Apatow said he's working on a new comedy for another star from the movie: Seth Rogen.(AP Photo/Universal Pictures, Suzanne Hanover)AP - The success of "The 40-Year-Old Virgin" might lead some to wonder if a sequel is in the works. "I don't know if you can be a born-again virgin," says director Judd Apatow.


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Gay cowboy film rides into Venice festival (Reuters)
U.S. Actress Anne Hathaway, Taiwanese director Ang Lee, Australian actor Heath Ledger and U.S. actor Jake Gyllenhaal (L-R) pose during a photo call in Venice September 2, 2005. Lee is presenting his latest movie 'Brokeback Mountain' at the Venice film festival. (Alessia Pierdomenico/Reuters)Reuters - A pair of gay cowboys rode into Venice on Friday, as Ang Lee's "Brokeback Mountain" set tongues wagging at the annual film festival with scenes of homosexual love in the wilds of Wyoming.


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Kung Fu Oscar-Winner Tackles Other Genre (AP)
AP - Ang Lee, the Taiwanese-born director of mega-hit "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon," has leaped into another genre, the American western, but his "Brokeback Mountain" is no classic cowboy tale.

Japan's Kitano surprises Venice with wacky new film (Reuters)
Japanese director Takeshi Kitano poses during a photo call at the Venice Lido September 2, 2005. Kitano is at the Venice film festival to present his latest movie 'Takeshi's'. (Alessia Pierdomenico/Reuters)Reuters - Japanese cult director Takeshi Kitano baffled and enthralled Venice on Friday with the premiere of "Takeshis,"' a surreal send-up of his eclectic career which weaves together the lives of a TV celebrity and his lookalike.


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Duff to Donate $250K for Katrina Victims (AP)
Hilary Duff smiles after her performance on the NBC-TV 'Today' show summer concert series in New York's Rockefeller Center, on August 18, 2005. Duff has pledged to donate $250,000 to help Hurricane Katrina victims on the Gulf Coast. The 17-year-old singer-actress will give $200,000 to the American Red Cross and $50,000 to USA Harvest, which is supplying food to shelters, according to a statement released Thursday, Sept. 1, 2005, by publicist Cece Yorke.  (AP Photo/Jeff Christensen)AP - Hilary Duff has pledged to donate $250,000 to help Hurricane Katrina victims on the Gulf Coast.


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Manga comes to Venice with blockbuster "Initial D" (Reuters)
Reuters - One of Japan's most popular comic books came to life at the Venice Film Festival on Friday with car racing blockbuster "Initial D," the long-awaited Hong Kong film adaptation.

Yeoh May Appear in Danny Boyle Movie (AP)
AP - Former Bond girl Michelle Yeoh will appear in a science fiction movie called "Sunshine" directed by Danny Boyle of "Trainspotting" fame, a magazine has reported.

Three 'Titanic' DVD editions set sail October 25 (Reuters)
Reuters - Three different editions of "Titanic" will be released October 25 on DVD, but only one will be available for U.S. consumers.

Rapper Kanye West blasts Bush on TV benefit show (Reuters)
Hip hop singer Kanye West performs after the fall 2005 H and M fashion show in New York City, April 20, 2005. West surprised viewers of an NBC benefit concert for Hurricane Katrina victims on Friday by accusing President George W. Bush of racism. (Jeff Christensen/Reuters)Reuters - Rapper Kanye West surprised viewers of an NBC benefit concert for Hurricane Katrina victims on Friday by accusing President George W. Bush of racism.


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Kanye West Rips Bush During NBC Concert (AP)
Kanye West performs on ABC's 'Good Morning America' concert series at New York's Lincoln Center on  Friday, Sept. 2, 2005.   West's second CD, 'Late Registration,' was released Aug. 30.(AP Photo/Michael Kim)AP - It began, fittingly enough, with jazz from New Orleans natives Harry Connick Jr. and Wynton Marsalis. But "A Concert for Hurricane Relief," a heartfelt and dignified benefit aired on NBC and other networks Friday night, took an unexpected turn thanks to the outspoken rapper Kanye West.


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Stars Pledge Help for Katrina Victims (AP)
In this photo released by Warner Bros., talk show host Ellen DeGeneres, right, speaks with the CEO of the Los Angeles chapter of The American Red Cross, Roger Dickson, left, about what people can do to help those affected by hurricane Katrina, during a taping of 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show' at NBC Studios, Thursday, Sept. 1, 2005 in Burbank, Calif. DeGeneres, a native of New Orleans, announced 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show Hurricane Katrina Relief Fund,' a fundraising effort to aid those affected by hurricane Katrina. This episode airs on Monday, Sept. 5, 2005. (AP Photo/Warner Bros., Chris Polk)AP - Celebrities including Ellen DeGeneres, Jay Leno, Master P and Dave Matthews are contributing star power to relief efforts for victims of Hurricane Katrina.


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Label Reboot kicks off with Jewish oddities (Reuters)
Reuters - Irving Fields turned 90 a couple of weeks ago. For the past 18 months or so, six nights per week, the native New Yorker has been sitting behind an upright piano at Nino's Tuscany restaurant in midtown Manhattan, treating diners to a mix of international standards.

Fans welcome new generation of teen-appeal bands (Reuters)
Reuters - Is the music business on the verge of a new boy band explosion? It sure looks that way. But this time the band members are more than charismatic performers: They write much of their material and play their own instruments.

CORRECTED: Pearl Jam playing South America for first time (Reuters)
Reuters - Pearl Jam will visit South America for the first time later this year, beginning November 22 in Santiago, Chile.

Concert review: Gigantour (Reuters)
Reuters - The brainchild of Megadeth's Dave Mustaine, the Gigantour is making its virgin run in a summer crowded with metal outings like Ozzfest, Sounds of the Underground, Judas Priest/Queensryche and Motley Crue.

Billboard album reviews (Reuters)
Reuters - The Rolling Stones' studio releases since '81's excellent "Tattoo You" generally expand the band's concert repertory by a song or two, while delivering middling quality that neither diminishes nor expands their iconic legacy. "A Bigger Bang" stays that course, offering 16 songs of stalwart Stones riffs that almost compensate for generally embarrassing lyrics. The standout this time is "Streets of Love," whose delicate melody and dramatically swelling chorus hint at a greater depth than the song's own words. For every vintage-sounding track -- and there are some beauties (the honky-tonk crunch of opener "Rough Justice," the boozy-woozy slide guitar of "Back of My Hand") -- the set delivers just as many unclever couplets. (Worst) case in point? "Sweet Neo-Con," which lambastes our president as a fraud. But with writing as bad as this, W looks like a genius in comparison. It's hard to imagine a bigger bang than that.

Composer Golijov's diverse style winning fans (Reuters)
Reuters - It has become increasingly rare for classical record labels to make commitments to contemporary composers. But Deutsche Grammophon has done just that by signing Osvaldo Golijov, whose intensely personal music has won the raves of critics and audiences around the world.

Digital digs deeper sales for 'Six Feet' set (Reuters)
Reuters - A banner chart week by soundtrack "Six Feet Under, Volume Two: Everything Ends" teaches new and old lessons.

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