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Destiny's Child Wins Lady of Soul Award (AP)
Singer Stevie Wonder, center, has some fun as he pushes Motown president Sylvia Rhone and producer Don Cornelius out of way at the 10th Annual Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards, Wednesday night, Sept. 7, 2005, in Pasadena, Calif. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)AP - Destiny's Child copped the award for best group single on Wednesday night to jump-start the 2005 Lady of Soul Awards.


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Rancic Says He'll Stop Working for Trump (AP)
Donald Trump, left, and Bill Rancic, winner of last season's 'The Apprentice' reality television show,  listen to ceremonies Thursday, Oct. 28, 2004, in Chicago, for the start of the demolition of the old Chicago Sun-Times building.  The old newspaper building along the Chicago River will be replaced by a 90-story Trump skyscraper. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson)AP - "The Apprentice" winner Bill Rancic, entrusted by the reality TV show's creator, Donald Trump, to develop a skyscraper, says he'll stop working for him next year and start his own business.


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Rod Stewart Ordered to Pay for Vegas Show (AP)
Steve Morris, left, and Denise Barton, attorneys representing Harrah's Entertainment casinos  in their lawsuit against British rocker Rod Stewart speaks to the media after the ruling in the case went in thier favor, Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2005, at the federal courthouse in Las Vegas. A federal jury decided that Stewart should pay $2 million plus interest for a canceled show in December 2000.(AP Photo/Joe Cavaretta)AP - A federal jury decided Wednesday that Rod Stewart should pay a Las Vegas casino $2 million plus interest for a canceled show in December 2000.


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Potter Novels Available for Downloads (AP)
JK Rowling, author of the 'Harry Potter' books, during the unveiling of a portrait of herself, unseen,  by Stuart Pearson Wright at the National Portrait Gallery in London, Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2005.  (AP Photo/Fiona Hanson/PA)AP - Break out your iPods: Harry Potter is going digital. J.K. Rowling, once publishing's greatest holdout against the computer age, has made all six Potter novels available for audio downloads.


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Stewart Back on TV in Daytime and Night (AP)
Martha Stewart smiles during a news conference Aug. 25, 2005 on the set of her new syndicated daytime show, 'Martha,' in New York. The show premieres on Monday, Sept. 12. (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II)AP - "This one," says Martha Stewart, "this is the one I want." Stewart, who makes an art of knowing what she wants, has chosen the best coconut from a platter holding several. A good coconut is "heavy for its size," she explains, and as she hefts this one for a demonstrative shake, it responds with a robust, sloshy sound.


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'Sahara' video tops sales, rental charts (Reuters)
Reuters - "Sahara," an action-adventure starring Matthew McConaughey, shot to the top of the video sales and rentals charts during its first week in stores, according to data issued Wednesday.

Guitarist Buckethead teams with System frontman (Reuters)
Reuters - Enigmatic guitarist Buckethead, who never appears in public without a KFC bucket on his head and a mask on his face, has signed to the label run by System Of A Down frontman Serj Tankian.

Rancic Says He'll Stop Working for Trump (AP)
Donald Trump, left, and Bill Rancic, winner of last season's 'The Apprentice' reality television show,  listen to ceremonies Thursday, Oct. 28, 2004, in Chicago, for the start of the demolition of the old Chicago Sun-Times building.  The old newspaper building along the Chicago River will be replaced by a 90-story Trump skyscraper. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson)AP - "The Apprentice" winner Bill Rancic, entrusted by the reality TV show's creator, Donald Trump, to develop a skyscraper, says he'll stop working for him next year and start his own business.


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'Sahara' video tops sales, rental charts (Reuters)
Reuters - "Sahara," an action-adventure starring Matthew McConaughey, shot to the top of the video sales and rentals charts during its first week in stores, according to data issued Wednesday.

Off-Broadway's 'The Ark' Musical Welcomes Two New Cast Members (Playbill)
Playbill - David Hess and Jenelle Lynn Randall have joined the cast of The Ark, the new Noah-themed musical beginning performances at Off-Broadway's 37 Arts Theatre Oct. 14.

'Sahara' video tops sales, rental charts (Reuters)
Reuters - "Sahara," an action-adventure starring Matthew McConaughey, shot to the top of the video sales and rentals charts during its first week in stores, according to data issued Wednesday.

William Hurt goes back in time to 'Ohio' (Reuters)
Reuters - William Hurt will star in the ensemble drama "Beautiful Ohio," which marks the feature directing debut of Chad Lowe, the husband of Hilary Swank.

Spurlock enrolls in arts 'Class' (Reuters)
'Super Size Me' director Morgan Spurlock will serve as an executive producer of a documentary about the arts education woes in America. Directed by Sara Sackner, the film centers on the role that teachers play in the education of America's youth and the need to keep arts education and creativity alive in America's public school curriculum. In this file picture, Spurlock arrives at the 77th annual Academy Awards in Hollywood, February 27, 2005. (Lucy Nicholson/Reuters)Reuters - "Super Size Me" director Morgan Spurlock will serve as an executive producer of a documentary about the arts education woes in America.


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Toronto film fest draws eager Hollywood studios (Reuters)
Reuters - The Toronto International Film Festival, which opens Thursday, is shaping up to be a promising hunting ground for studio executives after the disappointment of Cannes, industry insiders say.

Danes flocking to Gere thriller (Reuters)
Claire Danes, who returns to theaters next month in Steve Martin's 'Shopgirl,' is in final talks to join Richard Gere in 'The Flock.' The thriller follows a hypervigilant federal agent (Gere) who is training his young female replacement (Danes). The two must track down a missing girl who might be connected to a paroled sex offender under investigation. In this file picture, Danes poses for pictures at the Council of Fashion Designers of America Fashion Awards in New York City on June 6, 2005. (Seth Wenig/Reuters)Reuters - Claire Danes, who returns to theaters next month in Steve Martin's "Shopgirl," is in final talks to join Richard Gere in "The Flock."


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'Truth' hurts for Canadian director (Reuters)
Canadian director Atom Egoyan on Wednesday lost his appeal against the commercially damaging NC-17 tag given to his upcoming mystery film 'Where the Truth Lies,' which boasts a menage a trois. The Appeals Board of the Motion Picture Assn. of America's Classification and Rating Board upheld the NC-17 rating after hearing statements from both Egoyan and actress Rachel Blanchard. The rating was given to the film, which will be released by independent distributor ThinkFilm, because of what the board described as 'some explicit sexuality.' The tag denies entry to anyone aged 17 and under. Some theaters refuse to show such movies. In this file picture, Egoyan attends a press conference for his in competition film 'Where the Truth Lies' at the 58th Cannes Film Festival May 13, 2005. (Pascal Deschamps/Reuters)Reuters - Canadian director Atom Egoyan on Wednesday lost his appeal against the commercially damaging NC-17 tag given to his upcoming mystery film "Where the Truth Lies," which boasts a menage a trois.


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Board Upholds NC-17 Rating for 'Truth' (AP)
AP - A week before its world premiere, a film from director Atom Egoyan was slapped with an explicit rating that will severely limit its distribution in the United States.

No Middle Ground at Summer Box Office (E! Online)
Maybe it wasn't DVD sales, high ticket prices or sticky theater 
 floors that plagued the summer box office. Maybe it was the decline of 
 the middle class.E! Online - Maybe it wasn't DVD sales, high ticket prices or sticky theater floors that plagued the summer box office. Maybe it was the decline of the middle class.


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Toronto Fest Puts Spotlight on Hollywood (AP)
This undated photo provided by 20th Century Fox shows actress Cameron Diaz as Maggie in a scene from 'In Her Shoes,' one of the many films to be shown at the Toronto Film Festival. Now in its 30th year, the Festival opens Thursday, Sept. 8, 2005. (AP Photo/20th Century Fox, Sidney Baldwin)AP - It's a real place to discover new talent, the Toronto International Film Festival. Just ask Niki Caro.


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Katrina Looms Over 'The Man' Premiere (AP)
Eugene Levy arrives for a ceremony at which Steve Martin received the 19th annual American Cinematheque award for career achievement, Friday, Nov. 12, 2004, in Beverly Hills, Calif. (AP Photo/Ann Johansson)AP - Eugene Levy was in no mood to laugh. That's a big problem when the occasion is supposed to celebrate a laughing matter: the Hollywood premiere of Levy's new odd-couple comedy, "The Man," co-starring Samuel L. Jackson.


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Guitarist Buckethead teams with System frontman (Reuters)
Reuters - Enigmatic guitarist Buckethead, who never appears in public without a KFC bucket on his head and a mask on his face, has signed to the label run by System Of A Down frontman Serj Tankian.

Music of New Orleans reminds of what's lost (Reuters)
Preservation Hall, a historic jazz hall in the French Quarter, is seen in New Orleans, Louisiana September 5, 2005. In the drowned city of New Orleans, Preservation Hall is still standing. A story in Monday's Los Angeles Times said the fate of the historic jazz venue on St. Peter Street in the French Quarter was still unknown. But -- in the uncertainty of Hurricane Katrina's aftermath and because of the dicey nature of communications out of the city -- information about New Orleans is being passed hand to hand, from one soul to the other. Ben Jaffe -- whose family has operated Preservation Hall since 1961 as a temple devoted to the city's traditional jazz music -- survived Katrina's blow, according to Andy Hurwitz of Ropeadope Records in New York, who is working on a remix project with the Preservation Hall label. (Shannon Stapleton/Reuters)Reuters - In the drowned city of New Orleans, Preservation Hall is still standing.


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Destiny's Child Wins Lady of Soul Award (AP)
Singer Stevie Wonder, center, has some fun as he pushes Motown president Sylvia Rhone and producer Don Cornelius out of way at the 10th Annual Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards, Wednesday night, Sept. 7, 2005, in Pasadena, Calif. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)AP - Destiny's Child copped the award for best group single on Wednesday night to jump-start the 2005 Lady of Soul Awards.


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Rod Stewart Ordered to Pay for Vegas Show (AP)
Steve Morris, left, and Denise Barton, attorneys representing Harrah's Entertainment casinos  in their lawsuit against British rocker Rod Stewart speaks to the media after the ruling in the case went in thier favor, Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2005, at the federal courthouse in Las Vegas. A federal jury decided that Stewart should pay $2 million plus interest for a canceled show in December 2000.(AP Photo/Joe Cavaretta)AP - A federal jury decided Wednesday that Rod Stewart should pay a Las Vegas casino $2 million plus interest for a canceled show in December 2000.


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Murder Inc. Gunning for 50? (E! Online)
If you ask the government, Murder Inc. apparently took its name 
 a bit too seriously.E! Online - If you ask the government, Murder Inc. apparently took its name a bit too seriously.


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Rod Stewart Unlucky in Vegas (E! Online)
A 
 federal jury in Las Vegas ruled against Stewart Wednesday in a big-bucks 
 dispute between the singer and Harrah's over a scuttled millennium 
 concert.E! Online - A federal jury in Las Vegas ruled against Stewart Wednesday in a big-bucks dispute between the singer and Harrah's over a scuttled millennium concert.


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Kanye Registers on Top (E! Online)
Kanye West might not be NBC or President Bush's favorite rapper, 
 but they're the exceptions.E! Online - Kanye West might not be NBC or President Bush's favorite rapper, but they're the exceptions.


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Paisley, Womack Lead CMA Noms (E! Online)
A tip of the ten-gallon hat to Brad Paisley and Lee Ann Womack.E! Online - A tip of the ten-gallon hat to Brad Paisley and Lee Ann Womack.


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Ex Beatle McCartney to be pitchman for Fidelity (Reuters)
British singer Paul McCartney performs at the Live 8 concert in Hyde Park in London, July 2, 2005. Boston-based Fidelity Investments have signed up the former Beatle as pitchman. (Stephen Hird/Reuters)Reuters - Former Beatle Paul McCartney, whose music helped stir the rebellious counter-culture movement of the 1960s, will soon deliver a different kind of message -- pitching financial planning.


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Top 20 Concert Tours (AP)
AP - The Top 20 Concert Tours ranks artists by average box office gross per city and includes the average ticket price for shows in North America. The previous week's ranking is in parentheses. The list is based on data provided to the trade publication Pollstar by concert promoters and venue managers.

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