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Lewis Raises $55.9M for MDA, Storm Victims (AP)
Jerry Lewis performs during the Jerry Lewis Labor Day Telethon in Beverly Hills, Calif., Monday, Sept. 5, 2005. The telethon raised $54.9 million for the muscular dystrophy research and services.  (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)AP - The Jerry Lewis Labor Day Telethon raised $54.9 million for the Muscular Dystrophy Association and more than $1 million for victims of Hurricane Katrina.


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Lance Armstrong, Sheryl Crow Engaged (AP)
Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong, left, is joined by rock star girlfriend Sheryl Crow in Los Angeles, in a  Wednesday, April 28, 2004 photo. Seven-time Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong and rock star Sheryl Crow are engaged. The cyclist announced the engagement in a statement Monday, and said he asked Crow on Wednesday while they were in Sun Valley, Idaho. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian, File)AP - Seven-time Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong and rock star Sheryl Crow are engaged. The cyclist announced the engagement in a statement Monday, and said he asked Crow on Wednesday while they were in Sun Valley, Idaho.


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'Transporter' Tops Labor Day Box Office (AP)
In this photo provided by 20th Century Fox, Frank Martin (Jason Statham) tries to save the lives of 2 boys who are kidnapped and injected with a potentially fatal virus  in 'Transporter 2.'   (AP Photo/20th Century Fox)AP - Jason Statham delivered a bigger box-office package this time, with his action sequel "Transporter 2" taking in $20.25 million to debut as the top weekend movie.


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Robin Givens to Make Broadway Debut (AP)
Actress Robin Givens and her then husband, heavyweight boxing champion Mike Tyson, arrive at the 40th annual Emmy Awards in Pasadena, Ca.,  in this Aug. 29, 1988 file photo. Givens is getting ready for her Broadway debut as the new Roxie Hart in 'Chicago.' (AP Photo/Reed Saxon-File)AP - Robin Givens is getting her Broadway debut as the new Roxie Hart in "Chicago."


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Lachey Stumps for Jeffre for Cincy Mayor (AP)
Nick Lachey, of the pop group 98 Degrees, speaks at a campaign rally for fellow band member Justin Jeffre, who is running for mayor of Cincinnati, Saturday, Sep. 3, 2005, in Cincinnati. Jeffre, 32, is one of seven candidates in the nonpartisan Sept. 13 mayoral primary that will determine the two candidates for a November run-off. (AP Photo/Al Behrman)AP - While pop singer Justin Jeffre was speaking at a rally in his bid for mayor, dozens of teenage and 20-something women were backstage trying to talk to his 98 Degrees bandmate Nick Lachey.


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"Transporter 2" Devirginizes Box Office (E! Online)
It took Transporter 2 to transport the Labor Day weekend box 
 office to a new high.E! Online - It took Transporter 2 to transport the Labor Day weekend box office to a new high.


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Lance Armstrong, Sheryl Crow Engaged (AP)
Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong, left, is joined by rock star girlfriend Sheryl Crow in Los Angeles, in a  Wednesday, April 28, 2004 photo. Seven-time Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong and rock star Sheryl Crow are engaged. The cyclist announced the engagement in a statement Monday, and said he asked Crow on Wednesday while they were in Sun Valley, Idaho. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian, File)AP - Seven-time Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong and rock star Sheryl Crow are engaged. The cyclist announced the engagement in a statement Monday, and said he asked Crow on Wednesday while they were in Sun Valley, Idaho.


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NBC KOs Kanye's Bush Bashing (E! Online)
Kanye West's latest rap didn't win him any fans at NBC--or the 
 White House.E! Online - Kanye West's latest rap didn't win him any fans at NBC--or the White House.


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News Corp. may buy out ad partner-NYT (Reuters)
Reuters - Media giant News Corp. is in talks to buy out the minority partner in its growing outdoor advertising business in Central and Eastern Europe for an undisclosed sum, The New York Times reported on Monday, citing a person involved in the venture.

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.

"Transporter 2" Devirginizes Box Office (E! Online)
It took Transporter 2 to transport the Labor Day weekend box 
 office to a new high.E! Online - It took Transporter 2 to transport the Labor Day weekend box office to a new high.


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'Transporter' Tops Labor Day Box Office (AP)
In this photo provided by 20th Century Fox, Frank Martin (Jason Statham) tries to save the lives of 2 boys who are kidnapped and injected with a potentially fatal virus  in 'Transporter 2.'   (AP Photo/20th Century Fox)AP - Jason Statham delivered a bigger box-office package this time, with his action sequel "Transporter 2" taking in $20.25 million to debut as the top weekend movie.


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'Transporter 2' ignites holiday box office (Reuters)
British actor Jason Statham arrives at the premiere of action film 'The Italian Job' in Hollywood May 27, 2003. Staham stars in action thriller 'Transporter 2,' which set a new record for a Labor Day holiday weekend opening. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - Hollywood's dismal summer ended with a bang on Monday as the action thriller "Transporter 2" set a new record for a U.S. Labor Day holiday weekend opening.


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Kansas Town Boasts 'Wizard of Oz' Museum (AP)
AP - Those who think "The Wizard of Oz" is the story of a Kansas farm girl singing about rainbows and skipping down a yellow brick road in red slippers should think again.

Venice notebook: Paltrow's plane scare, veto on Crowe question (Reuters)
British actor Anthony Hopkins (L) and U.S. actor Jake Gyllenhaal attend a photocall in Venice September 5, 2005. Hopkins and Gyllenhaal are starring in British director John Madden 's latest movie 'Proof ', which is showing at the Venice film festival. (Alessia Pierdomenico/Reuters)Reuters - Off the waterfront red carpets and beyond the buzzing Lido, the following items were seen and heard at the Venice Film Festival:


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Crowe in Venice but plane scare keeps Paltrow away (Reuters)
Russell Crowe attends a photocall in Venice September 5, 2005. Crowe is starring in U.S. director Ron Howard's latest movie 'Cinderella Man', which is showing at the Venice film festival. (Alessia Pierdomenico/Reuters)Reuters - Gwyneth Paltrow failed to appear in Venice on Monday to promote her latest film, "Proof," after her plane encountered "technical problems" and was forced to turn back to New York.


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Venice embraces South Korean "Vengeance" film (Reuters)
South Korean director Park Chan-wook poses during a photocall in Venice September 3, 2005. Park Chan-wook is presenting his latest movie 'Chin-Jeol-Han Geum-Ja-Ssi' at the Venice film festival. (Alessia Pierdomenico/Reuters)Reuters - After storming the box office at home, "Sympathy for Lady Vengeance" by South Korean director Park Chan-wook has won over the Venice Film Festival where it is one of three Asian films in competition.


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Hollywood Uncertain After Summer Bummer (AP)
This promotional photo provided by Twentieth Century Fox shows thousands of Saracens as they lay siege to Jerusalem in a scene from 'Kingdom of Heaven.' (AP Photo/Twentieth Century Fox)AP - Americans' love affair with movies is far from over. Yet like many relationships, it seems to be suffering from a case of familiarity breeds contempt. Summer 2005 was the worst since 1997 for movie attendance, which dropped sharply and rattled the complacency of studios.


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'Elizabethtown' Looks at Life and Death (AP)
British actor Orlando Bloom, right,  US actress Kirsten Dunst, and US director Cameron Crowe arrive at the screening of their latest movie ' Elizabethtown ' at the 62nd edition of the Venice Film Festival in Venice's Lido, northern Italy, Sunday, Sept. 4, 2005. (AP Photo/Domenico Stinellis)AP - Most of what happens in "Elizabethtown," will probably never happen to you — but some could, and that is the hook in the Cameron Crowe film that debuted Sunday at the Venice Film Festival.


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New Spanish film shines red light on friendship (Reuters)
Spanish film director Fernando Leon de Aranoa (C) poses with Spanish actress Candela Pena (R) and Puerto Rican Micaela Nevarez during the presentation of his latest film 'Princesas' (Princesses) in a hotel in Madrid, August 30, 2005. The film opened in Spanish cinemas September 2, 2005 and has added to Leon's legacy of tough and wry tales of outsiders that have won him huge Spanish audiences and critical acclaim. (Andrea Comas/Reuters)Reuters - Film director Fernando Leon's tough and wry tales of outsiders have won him huge Spanish audiences and critical acclaim.


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Lance Armstrong, Sheryl Crow Engaged (AP)
Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong, left, is joined by rock star girlfriend Sheryl Crow in Los Angeles, in a  Wednesday, April 28, 2004 photo. Seven-time Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong and rock star Sheryl Crow are engaged. The cyclist announced the engagement in a statement Monday, and said he asked Crow on Wednesday while they were in Sun Valley, Idaho. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian, File)AP - Seven-time Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong and rock star Sheryl Crow are engaged. The cyclist announced the engagement in a statement Monday, and said he asked Crow on Wednesday while they were in Sun Valley, Idaho.


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Lachey Stumps for Jeffre for Cincy Mayor (AP)
AP - While pop singer Justin Jeffre was speaking at a rally in his bid for mayor, dozens of teenage and 20-something women were backstage trying to talk to his 98 Degrees bandmate Nick Lachey.

Court rules against Kazaa (Reuters)
Music industry spokesman Michael Speck holds a news conference outside a Sydney court after winning a case against makers of Kazaa, a popular internet music file-swapping system, September 5, 2005. The Australian federal court ruled that users of Kazaa breached music copyright and ordered its owners to modify the software. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - An Australian court ruled on Monday that users of the popular Internet file-sharing network Kazaa were breaching copyright, and ordered its owners to modify the software to prevent online music piracy.


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Aussie Court: Kazaa File-Swapping Illegal (AP)
Lawyer for file-swapping network Kazaa, Mary Still talks to the media outside the New South Wales Supreme Court Monday, Sept. 5, 2005 after the court ruled that Kazaa was in breach of copyright in Australia. The court ordered the service's owners two months to modify their Web site in an effort to prevent further piracy by its millions of users. The record industry hailed the ruling as a victory that would resonate around the world.  (AP Photo/Mark Baker)AP - In a ruling hailed as a resounding victory by the recording industry, a court Monday said that popular file-swapping network Kazaa breaches copyright in Australia and gave its owners two months to stamp out further piracy by its millions of users.


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McCartney Still Inspired by John Lennon (AP)
Former Beatle, Sir Paul McCartney, arrives at the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Hall to present degree certificates to students from the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts in a  Friday July 30, 2004 photo. The former Beatles' newest work will be released Sept. 13 on his 20th solo album, 'Chaos and Creation in the Backyard.' Three days later, he starts a U.S. tour in Miami.(AP Photo/Paul Ellis, File)AP - Paul McCartney sometimes gets a little help from a friend. "When I write, there are times — not always — when I hear John (Lennon) in my head," McCartney told the latest issue of Time magazine. "I'll think, OK, what would we have done here?, and I can hear him gripe or approve."


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British Music Retailers Begin Digital War (AP)
AP - In a clear sign the digital music revolution is here to stay, Britain's major music retailers are going head-to-head for a slice of the burgeoning — and potentially very lucrative — Internet downloading market.

Anastacia in new talent show, but slams reality TV (Reuters)
U.S. singer Anastacia talks to Reuters during an interview in London August 16, 2005. Anastacia got her big break on a television talent show in 1998 and is appearing in a new, similar series called 'A Cut' to be aired on MTV on September 5, 2005. The programme follows the fate of 10 groups, with two acts thrown off the show each day until a final winner is chosen to play in front of 35,000 fans at an Anastacia concert. Picture taken August 16, 2005. (Mike Finn-Kelcey/Reuters)Reuters - U.S. soul star Anastacia got her big break on a TV talent show in 1998 and is appearing in a new, similar series to be aired on MTV.


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Casting Crowns defies Christian-music rules (Reuters)
Reuters - Every once in a while there's a success story that defies the odds, overcomes obstacles, slays skeptics and rises from obscurity to top the charts. In today's Christian music community, it is Casting Crowns.

Stones Fans Do Less Damage Than Expected (AP)
Mick Jagger and the Rolling Stones perform an outdoor concert on Magnetic Hill in Moncton, N.B., Canada,  Saturday, Sept. 3, 2005.  (AP Photo/Paul Chiasson, CP)AP - The Rolling Stones were a huge hit at Comerica Park — and the damage wasn't as bad as expected.


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Singer Macy Gray Volunteers at Astrodome (AP)
Macy Gray is shown at a pre-Oscar bash held at the SOHO House Los Angeles, Monday, Feb. 23, 2004 in Los Angeles. Gray visited the Astrodome to hand out clothes and toiletries to Hurricane Katrina refugees Saturday, Sept. 3, 2005 in Houston. The Grammy winner said she was able to lift the refugees' spirits and many were excited to see her. (AP Photo/Jennifer Graylock)AP - It wasn't for a concert. R&B singer Macy Gray came to town specifically to help refugees from the flooding in New Orleans.


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