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Newman Sings 'Louisiana 1927' at Benefit (AP)
This image made available by ABC television shows Allison Janney, left, Jeremy Piven, center, and Mandy Moore as they mingle backstage  in Los Angeles during the Shelter from the Storm primetime simulcast Friday, Sept. 9, 2005 for the victims of Hurricane Katrina. The benefit was broadcast on the six largest American networks, along with several cable networks. Viewers in nearly 100 countries were able to tune in. Contributions were being solicited for the American Red Cross or the Salvation Army. (AP Photo/ABC, Craig Sjodin)AP - With the waters of Hurricane Katrina yet to recede, Randy Newman sang about a long-ago flood in "Louisiana 1927" to open a benefit program spread across dozens of television networks Friday.


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Andy Griffith to Donate Collection to UNC (AP)
Andy Griffith sits in front of a bronze statue of Andy and Opie from the 'Andy Griffith Show,' Tuesday, Oct. 28, 2003, after the statue was unveiled during a ceremony in Raleigh, N.C.  Griffith's 40-year acting career has been largely defined by Sheriff Andy Tayor, who he played in the show. (AP Photo/Bob Jordan)AP - Andy Griffith will donate manuscripts, television and film footage and other memorabilia documenting his 55-year career to his alma mater, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.


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Illusionist Horn Walks Into Vegas Theater (AP)
Siegfried Fischbacher gives a thumbs up as he walks out of Roy Horn's home in Las Vegas on Wednesday, Oct. 8, 2003 after giving interviews to the media for the first time since his stage partner, Roy Horn, was mauled by a tiger during a 'Siegfriend and Roy' performance. Horn remains in critical condition at University Medical Center in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/Laura Rauch)AP - Illusionist Roy Horn made a slow, unassisted stroll into a Las Vegas theater, taking another step in his recovery from a near-fatal tiger mauling 23 months ago.


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Dick Van Dyke Honored for Charity Work (AP)
Comedian and actor Dick Van Dyke smiles as he watches Rose Marie, not shown, get a star on the famed Hollywood Walk of Fame, Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2001, in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles. Rose Marie is best known for her role as Sally Rogers on the 'Dick Van Dyke Show.' (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)AP - Dick Van Dyke regularly dishes up meals and laughs during Thanksgiving, Christmas and Easter at The Midnight Mission shelter on Skid Row in downtown Los Angeles. The organization gave back to the actor-comedian Thursday night, honoring him with its Golden Heart Award during a dinner at the Beverly Hills Hotel.


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Cole Kicks Things Up for Fashion Week (AP)
A model wears a twlight knit cropped cardigan jacket over a cornflower jersey tank with pleat detail and a navy trouser skirt during the showing of the Kenneth Cole spring 2006 collection in New York Friday, Sept. 9, 2005. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)AP - Kenneth Cole opened New York Fashion Week with a soft and sophisticated collection anchored in nautical navy blue.


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Venice places bets as countdown to awards begins (Reuters)
Reuters - Venice placed its bets ahead of an evening of red carpets and glittering Golden Lions on Saturday, preparing to wrap up a film festival that closes on an Asian note with lavish Chinese musical "Perhaps Love."

Apfelbaum rewrites Hieroglyphics in New York (Reuters)
Reuters - After slipping off the recording map in 1992 and going on hiatus in 1995, Peter Apfelbaum's big band Hieroglyphics makes its triumphant return on its debut for ACT Music, "It Is Written."

CNN asks court for access to recovery of bodies (Reuters)
This NOAA satellite image taken Saturday, Sept. 10, 2005 at 2:45 am EDT shows clouds associated with Hurricane Ophelia spinning east of the Georgia/South Carolina border.  The storm is expected to turn west towards the coast on Saturday.  A thinner area of clouds to the east is associated with Tropical Storm Nate.  Over land, few clouds can be seen in the Northeast.  Clouds increase as you go west and up into the Upper Midwest. (AP Photo)Reuters - CNN filed suit in U.S. District Court in Houston late Friday to stop government efforts to exclude the media from covering the recovery of bodies from flood-ravaged New Orleans.


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'Kiss Kiss', nude show light up Toronto festival (Reuters)
(L-R) U.S. actors Val Kilmer, Michelle Monaghan and Robert Downey Jr. arrive for the screening of their new film 'Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang' at the Toronto International Film Festival, September 8, 2005. The film is the first on-screen pairing of Kilmer and Downey Jr. (J.P. Moczulski/Reuters)Reuters - Two Hollywood "bad boys" on their best behavior, the plight of widows in India, and the story of a world-famous nude nightclub in London grabbed center stage at the Toronto Film Festival on Friday.


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Sutton Foster Confirmed to Star in 'Drowsy Chaperone' Musical, Bowing in L.A. (Playbill)
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)Playbill - Center Theatre Group (CTG) confirmed Sept. 9 that the Ahmanson Theatre's fall production of the Broadway-aimed musical The Drowsy Chaperone will star Tony Award winner Sutton Foster and Emmy Award nominee Georgia Engel.


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Venice places bets as countdown to awards begins (Reuters)
Reuters - Venice placed its bets ahead of an evening of red carpets and glittering Golden Lions on Saturday, preparing to wrap up a film festival that closes on an Asian note with lavish Chinese musical "Perhaps Love."

Comedian electrifies Venice with anti-Berlusconi film (Reuters)
Reuters - Italian satirist Sabina Guzzanti has taken a leaf out of filmmaker Michael Moore's book, hitting out at Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi with a no-holds-barred documentary that met thundering applause in Venice on Friday.

Venice wraps up with 'Constant Gardener' (Reuters)
Actress Rachel Weisz (R) and actor Ralph Fiennes as they arrive at the Cinema palace in Venice September 9, 2005 to attend the premiere of director Fernando Meirelles's latest movie 'The Constant Gardener', which is being screened at the Venice film festival. The movie is the story of a British diplomat's quest to solve the mystery of his wife's murder on the shores of a Kenyan lake. (Alessia Pierdomenico/Reuters)Reuters - Brazilian director Fernando Meirelles moved from the favelas of Rio to the shantytowns of Nairobi for "The Constant Gardener," the last of 20 films in competition for the Venice Film Festival's coveted Golden Lion award.


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Writer Wants Cut of "Barbershop" (E! Online)
Ice Cube has a new topic to discuss up in his barbershop.E! Online - Ice Cube has a new topic to discuss up in his barbershop.


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'Kiss Kiss', nude show light up Toronto festival (Reuters)
(L-R) U.S. actors Val Kilmer, Michelle Monaghan and Robert Downey Jr. arrive for the screening of their new film 'Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang' at the Toronto International Film Festival, September 8, 2005. The film is the first on-screen pairing of Kilmer and Downey Jr. (J.P. Moczulski/Reuters)Reuters - Two Hollywood "bad boys" on their best behavior, the plight of widows in India, and the story of a world-famous nude nightclub in London grabbed center stage at the Toronto Film Festival on Friday.


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New Orleans Film to Have Muted Opening (AP)
AP - With Bonnie Raitt, Aaron Neville and Ahmet Ertegun serving up love letters to its subject, the documentary "Make It Funky!" offers a cause to celebrate. But there will be no flashy premiere for the film, which starts a theatrical run this weekend at Grauman's Chinese Theater.

MPAA: Kids Can't Handle "Truth" (E! Online)
That's the 
 verdict of the Motion Picture Association of America, whose Ratings and 
 Classifications Board has upheld the dreaded NC-17 rating it slapped on 
 Canadian filmmaker Atom Egoyan's new art-house drama, Where the Truth 
 Lies, because it featured a menage a trois.E! Online - That's the verdict of the Motion Picture Association of America, whose Ratings and Classifications Board has upheld the dreaded NC-17 rating it slapped on Canadian filmmaker Atom Egoyan's new art-house drama, Where the Truth Lies, because it featured a menage a trois.


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9-11 Themes on Film Grow More Prevalent (AP)
In an undated photo released by Roadside Attractions, comedian Sarah Silverman is seen in the performance film 'Sarah Silverman: Jesus Is Magic,' which is being shown at the Toronto International Film Festival. The festival features a handful of films that, with the initial shock of Sept. 11 wearing off, now are beginning to incorporate the events in historical context as facts of everyday life.  Silverman takes on a range of taboo topics --Sept. 11, AIDS, the Holocaust, race relations -- with a fierce politically incorrect attitude.(AP Photo/Roadside Attractions)AP - Anguish over Sept. 11 lingers, yet filmmakers slowly are overcoming an early reticence to address the attacks with a growing number of projects examining the horrors and heroes and even finding rays of humor in the tragedy.


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Rampling ages disgracefully in "Heading South" (Reuters)
Reuters - British actress Charlotte Rampling ages disgracefully in "Heading South," Laurent Cantet's gritty tale of women paying for love in 1970s Haiti, one of 20 films competing for Venice's top Golden Lion prize.

Oscar hopefuls, political dramas head to Toronto (Reuters)
Robert Downey Jr. (L), Val Kilmer and Michelle Monaghan (R) laugh during a news conference for the film 'Kiss, Kiss, Bang, Bang' at the 30th Toronto International Film Festival in Toronto, September 9, 2005. (Mike Cassese/Reuters)Reuters - The Toronto International Film Festival kicked off its 30th edition on Thursday with movies about violence, sex, religious persecution and the stress of a post-9/11 world -- all set to share a stage with some of Hollywood's biggest stars.


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Apfelbaum rewrites Hieroglyphics in New York (Reuters)
Reuters - After slipping off the recording map in 1992 and going on hiatus in 1995, Peter Apfelbaum's big band Hieroglyphics makes its triumphant return on its debut for ACT Music, "It Is Written."

Jay-Z's game plan includes new label (Reuters)
Reuters - Def Jam president/CEO Jay-Z has plans to start a new imprint next year.

Billboard single reviews (Reuters)
Reuters - NEW YORK (Billboard) - Faith Hill follows her chart-topping return to country, "Mississippi Girl," with a ballad so carefully manicured to avoid sounding like pop that it comes off as deliberate to the point of insincerity. Just in case you missed the news -- that Hill has returned to her roots -- hubby Tim McGraw contributes a curiously intrusive background vocal that sounds like burlap next to velvet. "Like We Never Loved at All" has great potential; its lofty melody and soaring vocal passages were tailor-made for Hill to toss to the rafters. Unfortunately, with its generic Nashville production, the could-be diva is at odds with the sonic stamp of the song. AC is indulging, too, but let's hope there is a more appropriate mix for pop. What a pity that Hill is making such a blatant, tail-tucked return to the "hey, y'all" persona she left behind a decade ago, down to her mousy hair. Why would her camp assume that country fans do not appreciate glamour and robust production, too?

John Fogerty buries hatchet with former label (Reuters)
Reuters - Former Creedence Clearwater Revival frontman John Fogerty is returning to the record label that has been the bane of his existence for decades.

Newman Sings 'Louisiana 1927' at Benefit (AP)
This image made available by ABC television shows Allison Janney, left, Jeremy Piven, center, and Mandy Moore as they mingle backstage  in Los Angeles during the Shelter from the Storm primetime simulcast Friday, Sept. 9, 2005 for the victims of Hurricane Katrina. The benefit was broadcast on the six largest American networks, along with several cable networks. Viewers in nearly 100 countries were able to tune in. Contributions were being solicited for the American Red Cross or the Salvation Army. (AP Photo/ABC, Craig Sjodin)AP - With the waters of Hurricane Katrina yet to recede, Randy Newman sang about a long-ago flood in "Louisiana 1927" to open a benefit program spread across dozens of television networks Friday.


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Ray plays on with boxed set, duets (Reuters)
Reuters - In celebration of what would have been the 75th birthday of Ray Charles, Rhino is releasing two albums by the icon on September 20: a collection of duets called "Genius and Friends" and a mammoth, 146-track boxed set of his seminal work, "Pure Genius -- The Complete Atlantic Recordings (1952-1959)," which includes never-before-released rehearsal tracks.

Rapper West makes headlines with new album (Reuters)
Reuters - The opening-week sum for the new Kanye West album is the latest proof that the rapper's celebrity is larger than that of most recording artists.

Ray Charles Theft Case Tossed (E! Online)
Those theft charges against Ray Charles's longtime sound man have 
 just hit road, jack.E! Online - Those theft charges against Ray Charles's longtime sound man have just hit road, jack.


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Bluegrass Music Begins to Pique a Fancy (AP)
Blue Grass veteran Bill Monroe, shown performing in London in this 1983 file photo. Fifty years after Monroe, often credited as the father of bluegrass, broke from country traditions at the Grand Ole Opry and melded breakneck instrumentals with unique melodies, academics are coming around. A symposium that began Thursday, Sept. 8, 2005, at Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green, Ky., brings together scholars from 17 states and three countries to discuss bluegrass and why its fast pickin'banjos have been so slow to take root in academia.  (AP Photo/Peter Kemp, File)AP - Bluegrass music has taken a long road to the ivory tower from its hardscrabble roots in the rural South.


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Louisiana Philharmonic Left in the Dark (AP)
Musician Howard Pink holds his french horn, one his most valuable possessions that he left home with in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, as he stays at a friends home in Nashville, Tenn., Friday, Sept. 9, 2005. Pink, a member of the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra, is calling it quits and is planning to move closer to family in Las Vegas after Hurricane Katrina ruined his home in New Orleans. Katrina has blown the 68-member Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra, the only full-time symphony in America owned and operated by its musicians, into exile. And no one knows if their beloved ensemble will survive.   (AP Photo/John Russell)AP - The bassoon player is holed up in Texas. The violins are scattered across Ohio, Georgia, Massachusetts, Illinois and Tennessee. The French hornist, who also plays the garden hose, is stuck in Nashville.


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