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H&M Says Kate Moss Apologized for Drug Use (AP)
Kate Moss arrives at the 2005 CFDA Fashion Awards in New York, Monday, June 6, 2005. Moss is to receive the award for Fashion Influence. (AP Photo/Stuart Ramson)AP - Supermodel Kate Moss acknowledged to the Hennes & Mauritz clothing chain that tabloid allegations that she recently used cocaine are true, an H&M spokeswoman said Saturday.


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Jackson: Full Speed Ahead on Katrina Song (AP)
Pop star Michael Jackson adjusts his umbrella as he leaves the Santa Barbara County Courthouse with his father, Joe Jackson, Wednesday, May 11, 2005 in Santa Maria, Calif. following defense testimony in Jackson's trial on charges of child molestation. (AP Photo/Michael A. Mariant)AP - In his first talk with a reporter since the end of his criminal trial, pop superstar Michael Jackson said Saturday he is "moving full speed ahead" on plans to record a song for the benefit of Hurricane Katrina victims and feels that his creative juices are flowing again.


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Singer Adkins Has Emergency Surgery (AP)
Country singer Trace Adkins,  arrives at the 37th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards in a Wednesday, May 22, 2002 photo, in Los Angeles. Country singer Trace Adkins underwent emergency surgery for an abdominal infection Friday after a concert in Morton, Minn., his publicist said. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill, file)AP - Country singer Trace Adkins underwent emergency surgery for an abdominal infection Friday after a concert in Morton, Minn., his publicist said.


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57th Emmys to Begin on a Nostalgic Note (AP)
Seat cards for actors Felicity Huffman, William H,. Macy, and Marcia Cross sit at their chairs during rehearsals for the 57th Annual Emmy Awards, Friday, Sept. 16, 2005, in Los Angeles. The awards are scheduled to be handed out on Sunday. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)AP - Nostalgia kicks in at the Emmys even before the curtain goes up. The 57th annual show begins Sunday with video splashed on black-and-white screens in which a quartet of recognizable faces talk about their favorite award moments over the years. Three are earnest. The other is Billy Crystal.


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B.B. King Keeps Busy Nearing 80th Birthday (AP)
B.B. King performs at the Sacramento Valley Amphitheatre in Marysville, Calif., Wednesday, Aug. 9, 2000. The 75-year-old blues legend was the headline act of the B.B. King Blues Festival that also featured Buddy Guy, Susan Tedeschi and the Tommy Castro Band. (AP Photo/Appeal-Democrat, Dave Nielsen)AP - They came to see B.B. King. But before the night was over, the hundreds who lined up at a bookstore in Washington D.C. could be forgiven for thinking the blues legend had really come to see them.


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'Tsotsi,' 'Look Both Ways' win Toronto film awards (Reuters)
Actor Morgan Freeman (L) gestures during a news conference for the film 'Edison' at the 30th Toronto International Film Festival as singer/actor Justin Timberlake looks on in Toronto September 17, 2005. (Mike Cassese/Reuters)Reuters - "Tsotsi" and "Look Both Ways" won the top awards at the Toronto International Film Festival on Saturday, while David Burke's "Edison" got set to close out the 30th edition of the event often seen as the kickoff to Oscar season.


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B.B. King Keeps Busy Nearing 80th Birthday (AP)
B.B. King performs at the Sacramento Valley Amphitheatre in Marysville, Calif., Wednesday, Aug. 9, 2000. The 75-year-old blues legend was the headline act of the B.B. King Blues Festival that also featured Buddy Guy, Susan Tedeschi and the Tommy Castro Band. (AP Photo/Appeal-Democrat, Dave Nielsen)AP - They came to see B.B. King. But before the night was over, the hundreds who lined up at a bookstore in Washington D.C. could be forgiven for thinking the blues legend had really come to see them.


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57th Emmys to Begin on a Nostalgic Note (AP)
Seat cards for actors Felicity Huffman, William H,. Macy, and Marcia Cross sit at their chairs during rehearsals for the 57th Annual Emmy Awards, Friday, Sept. 16, 2005, in Los Angeles. The awards are scheduled to be handed out on Sunday. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)AP - Nostalgia kicks in at the Emmys even before the curtain goes up. The 57th annual show begins Sunday with video splashed on black-and-white screens in which a quartet of recognizable faces talk about their favorite award moments over the years. Three are earnest. The other is Billy Crystal.


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Small Independent Agencies Make Their Way By The Bay (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - The San Francisco ad community was nearly decimated in 2001 when the dot-com bubble burst. The quick demise of so many free-spending clients left many inside and outside of the Bay Area wondering when--or if--viability would ever return. While no one would say the city is anywhere close to its 2000 heyday, when area billings topped $4.6 billion, the city's smaller independent agencies that had the temerity to stick it out have emerged from the ashes.

Hoffman, Gravitte, McCormick Set Sail in Beane & Cohen's 'Big Time' Musical Off-Broadway (Playbill)
Playbill - The premiere of The Big Time, the long-aborning new musical comedy by librettist Douglas Carter Beane and composer-lyricist Douglas J. Cohen, gets a starry production in the 2005 New York Musical Theatre Festival (NYMF) Sept. 16-28.

'Tsotsi,' 'Look Both Ways' win Toronto film awards (Reuters)
Actor Morgan Freeman (L) gestures during a news conference for the film 'Edison' at the 30th Toronto International Film Festival as singer/actor Justin Timberlake looks on in Toronto September 17, 2005. (Mike Cassese/Reuters)Reuters - "Tsotsi" and "Look Both Ways" won the top awards at the Toronto International Film Festival on Saturday, while David Burke's "Edison" got set to close out the 30th edition of the event often seen as the kickoff to Oscar season.


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USC to House Spielberg's Shoah Foundation (AP)
Steven Spielberg poses in this Feb. 17, 2005 file photo, in Universal City, Calif.  Spielberg's Shoah Foundation, a repository of Holocaust testimonials, is becoming part of the University of Southern California's College of Letters, Arts and Sciences  (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian, File)AP - Steven Spielberg's Shoah Foundation, a repository of Holocaust testimonials, is becoming part of the University of Southern California's College of Letters, Arts and Sciences.


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Stewart Reunites With 'Dune' Co-Star (AP)
British actor Patrick Stewart arrives at the premiere of his film X-Men 2 in a London file photo from April 24, 2003. Stewart was attracted to one of his latest projects by the prospect of a reunion with Kyle MacLachlan and the chance to visit Thailand. (AP Photo/Max Nash, File)AP - For some actors, it's all about the quality of a script. Patrick Stewart was attracted to one of his latest projects by the prospect of a reunion with Kyle MacLachlan and the chance to visit Thailand.


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Depp Immortalized at Hollywood Theater (AP)
Johnny Depp, seen here 04 September, put his hand and footprint onto the sidewalk on Hollywood Boulevard, joining the Who's Who of movie legends who are commemorated outside Grauman's Chinese Theater(AFP/File/Yoshikazu Tsuno)AP - The hands that were replaced with cutlery in "Edward Scissorhands" and wore gloves in "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" are now immortalized in concrete.


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Female Directors Make Strides in Toronto (AP)
Annette Bening, left and director Phyllis Nagy smile during a press conference for the film Mrs. Harris on Saturday Sept. 17, 2005 during the International Toronto Film Festival in Toronto, Ont. (AP Photo/Canadian Press, Nathan Denette)AP - A strong crop of movies by women played the Toronto International Film Festival, though parity with their male colleagues remains a long way off.


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Bruce Lee Fans Aim for Hong Kong Statue (AP)
Bruce Lee is shown in a scene from the 1973 film, 'Enter the Dragon,' completed shortly before the martial arts stars' death of brain edema in 1973. Bruce Lee fans are urging the Hong Kong government to help pay for a bronze statue to mark the actor's 65th birthday in November. (AP Photo/HO)AP - Bruce Lee fans are urging the Hong Kong government to help pay for a bronze statue to mark the actor's 65th birthday in November.


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Bollywood's Mirza Tired of Good Girl Roles (AP)
Bollywood actress Dia Mirza looks on during a press conference for the promotional of cosmetics products in New Delhi, India, in a Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2005 photo. Although she's not keen to kiss onscreen, Indian actress Dia Mirza says it's time for Bollywood fans to stop thinking of her as the girl next door.  (AP Photo/Ajit Kumar, file)AP - Although she's not keen to kiss onscreen, Indian actress Dia Mirza says it's time for Bollywood fans to stop thinking of her as the girl next door.


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Freeman's Co-Star Gets Different View (AP)
Fifteen-year-old Becca Gardner waves to fans as she arrives for the premiere of her film, 'An Unfinished Life,' in New York, in a  Sept 7, 2005 photo. Becca Gardner got a backside view of co-star Morgan Freeman for a scene in 'An Unfinished Life.'  In the new movie directed by Lasse Hallstrom, Freeman plays a ranchman who was mauled by a bear, making him dependent on morphine. Becca's character has to give him an injection. (AP Photo/Stuart Ramson, File)AP - Boxers or briefs? Becca Gardner got a backside view of co-star Morgan Freeman for a scene in "An Unfinished Life."


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Brando: actor, recluse and now pulp-fiction author (Reuters)
Actor Marlon Brando, one of America's best actors, is shown in this undated file photograph. Brando has been immortalized in film for playing a Mafia boss, a luckless boxer and a rebellious biker, but 14 months after his death he is now also an author of a swashbuckling pirate novel. (file/Reuters)Reuters - Actor Marlon Brando has been immortalized in film for playing a Mafia boss, a luckless boxer and a rebellious biker, but 14 months after his death he is now also an author of a swashbuckling pirate novel.


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Schwarzenegger Says He'll Seek Re-Election (AP)
California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger announces his intention to run for re-election during his third 'Conversations with Californians,' a town hall-style meeting, Friday, Sept. 16, 2005, in San Diego. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)AP - Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger confirmed an open secret Friday, telling supporters that he's running for re-election next year — an early announcement designed to re-energize his sagging political momentum with the vitality that swept him into office.


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B.B. King Keeps Busy Nearing 80th Birthday (AP)
B.B. King performs at the Sacramento Valley Amphitheatre in Marysville, Calif., Wednesday, Aug. 9, 2000. The 75-year-old blues legend was the headline act of the B.B. King Blues Festival that also featured Buddy Guy, Susan Tedeschi and the Tommy Castro Band. (AP Photo/Appeal-Democrat, Dave Nielsen)AP - They came to see B.B. King. But before the night was over, the hundreds who lined up at a bookstore in Washington D.C. could be forgiven for thinking the blues legend had really come to see them.


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Singer Adkins Has Emergency Surgery (AP)
Country singer Trace Adkins,  arrives at the 37th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards in a Wednesday, May 22, 2002 photo, in Los Angeles. Country singer Trace Adkins underwent emergency surgery for an abdominal infection Friday after a concert in Morton, Minn., his publicist said. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill, file)AP - Country singer Trace Adkins underwent emergency surgery for an abdominal infection Friday after a concert in Morton, Minn., his publicist said.


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Jackson: Full Speed Ahead on Katrina Song (AP)
Pop star Michael Jackson adjusts his umbrella as he leaves the Santa Barbara County Courthouse with his father, Joe Jackson, Wednesday, May 11, 2005 in Santa Maria, Calif. following defense testimony in Jackson's trial on charges of child molestation. (AP Photo/Michael A. Mariant)AP - In his first talk with a reporter since the end of his criminal trial, pop superstar Michael Jackson said Saturday he is "moving full speed ahead" on plans to record a song for the benefit of Hurricane Katrina victims and feels that his creative juices are flowing again.


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Ex-Destiny's Child member finds hip-hop edge (Reuters)
Reuters - Destiny's Child may be dissolving after finishing its world tour, but longtime fans of the group can look forward to the February 2006 release from former member LeToya Luckett.

Gospel singer Clark-Cole in solo bloom on 'Rose' (Reuters)
Reuters - The legacy of beloved choir director/composer Dr. Mattie Moss Clark is alive and well these days on her daughter's new album.

LL Cool J, Ice T make VH1's hip-hop honor roll (Reuters)
Reuters - VH1 pays tribute to the spirit and influence of hip-hop with its second annual "VH1 Hip-Hop Honors" event, hosted by Russell Simmons and his brother, Run-D.M.C. co-founder Rev. Run.

Unsigned Brooklyn band takes direct route to fans (Reuters)
Reuters - When the self-titled debut from Clap Your Hands Say Yeah landed on the Billboard Top Independent Albums chart last month, the group accomplished the feat without a label or distributor.

Earth, Wind & Fire prepping for Emmys, new album (Reuters)
Talk show host Conan O'Brien poses during rehearsals for the 57th Annual Emmy Awards, Friday, Sept. 16, 2005, in Los Angeles. The awards are scheduled to be handed out on Sunday. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)Reuters - Whether it's the philosophical "That's the Way of the World," the inspirational "Keep Your Head to the Sky" or the infectious "September," there has been an Earth, Wind & Fire song for every occasion.


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Gwen Stefani Debuts L.A.M.B. Collection (AP)
A model wears a snakeskin fleece slim coat over a modal sailor dress during Gwen Stefani's L.A.M.B. spring/summer 2006 fashion show in New York, Friday, Sept 16, 2005. (AP Photo/Stuart Ramson)AP - Rock star Gwen Stefani didn't break any new fashion ground with the debut of her L.A.M.B collection — but she didn't stumble either, showing everything from track suits to evening gowns that were in line with many of the spring trends.


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Wilson handles sudden stardom by being herself (Reuters)
Reuters - On her new album, Gretchen Wilson sings about being "on the stool side of the bar these days, buying everyone a round."

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