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Lil' Kim Reports to Detention Center (AP)
Lil' Kim whose real name is Kimberly Jones exits Manhattan federal court following her sentencing, Wednesday, July 5, 2005, in New York. Kim was given a one year and one day sentence and a $50,000 fine for lying to the grand jury in connection with a shootout outside a Manhattan radio station in 2001. (AP Photo/ Louis Lanzano)AP - Rapper Lil' Kim began serving a 366-day prison sentence Monday for her conviction on charges stemming from a 2001 shootout outside a New York City radio station.


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Stewart Gets Through Her 'Yale' Experience (AP)
In this photo released by CBS, television personality Martha Stewart, left, joins host David Letterman on the set of The Late Show with David Letterman, Monday, Sept, 19, 2005. This is Stewarts first appearance on the show since her release from prison and house arrest.     (AP Photo/CBS, J.P. Filo, HO)AP - Martha Stewart's euphemism for prison was to call it "Yale." She explained her coping mechanism in an appearance Monday on David Letterman's "Late Show" to promote her two new TV shows.


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Emmys Draw Biggest Audience in Three Years (AP)
Actress Teri Hatcher poses for photographers at the TV Guide and Inside TV Emmy Awards after party at the Roosevelt Hotel in Los Angeles, Sunday, Sept. 19, 2005. (AP Photo/Matt Sayles)AP - Maybe it was the promise of seeing those "Desperate Housewives" tussle over the best-acting trophy or watching "Lost" find Emmy gold — the awards ceremony drew its biggest audience in three years.


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Jennifer Aniston Says She's Ready to Date (AP)
Jennifer Aniston won Female Star of the Year at the Showest in Las Vegas Thursday, March 17, 2005. (AP Photo/Isaac Brekken)AP - Jennifer Aniston says she's doing well and ready to date. Aniston appeared on "The Oprah Winfrey Show" Monday. In one of her first TV interviews since filing for divorce from Brad Pitt earlier this year, Aniston said, "I'm doing so well."


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Star Jones Reynolds Donates Emmys Dress (AP)
Star Jones holds a dog as she arrives for the 57th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards Sunday, Sept. 18, 2005, at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)AP - Star Jones Reynolds is donating the dress off her back from the Emmy Awards to help Hurricane Katrina victims.


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Montreal film fest chiefs already butting heads (Reuters)
Reuters - Controversy clouded the opening day of the inaugural New Montreal FilmFest on Monday as the event's bosses clashed over its future direction after failing to draw any big-name U.S. films.

311 plans free L.A. show, fall tour (Reuters)
Reuters - With its summer roadwork ending over the weekend, rock band 311 will begin its fall U.S. run in San Diego on October 19.

HBO cuts short Kudrow's "Comeback" (Reuters)
Reuters - HBO on Monday axed "The Comeback," a mockumentary comedy starring Lisa Kudrow as a has-been actress seeking to revive her career.

Baidu ordered to halt music downloading service (Reuters)
A man walks past an advertisement for Baidu.com in Shanghai in this August 4, 2005 file photo. The four largest record companies have sued Baidu.com Inc. for copyright infringement, alleging the Chinese Internet search engine has been illegally providing links to free digital music downloads, according to a trade group the represents the music industry. Universal Music Group, EMI Group and Warner Music Group Corp. filed their suits in July in Beijing to stop Baidu from providing those links, a spokesman for the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry said. Sony BMG Music Entertainment filed its suit earlier this month. CHINA OUT (China Newsphoto/File/Reuters)Reuters - Chinese Internet search engine Baidu.com Inc. on Monday said a Beijing court ordered the company to stop providing music downloading services as part of a copyright infringement suit brought by Shanghai Busheng Music Culture Media Co.


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Mother and Daughter Don't Meet Eye to Eye in 'Cycling Past the Matterhorn,' Starting NYC Run (Playbill)
Playbill - The Off-Broadway production of Deborah Grimberg's Cycling Past the Matterhorn, starring Tony Award winner Shirley Knight and Brenda Wehle, begins pedaling Sept. 18.

James' creepfest 'Screw' turns anew on big screen (Reuters)
Reuters - Henry James' classic creepy tale "The Turn of the Screw" is getting updated for the big screen.

Montreal film fest chiefs already butting heads (Reuters)
Reuters - Controversy clouded the opening day of the inaugural New Montreal FilmFest on Monday as the event's bosses clashed over its future direction after failing to draw any big-name U.S. films.

Orion Co-Founder Gets Hollywood Star (AP)
Producer Mike Medavoy is honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame Monday, Sept. 19, 2005, in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles. His work includes 'Philadelphia'', 'Sleepless in Seattle'', 'Hook'' and 'Terminator 2: Judgement Day''. At right is his wife Irena. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)AP - Orion Pictures co-founder and producer Mike Medavoy has nurtured the careers of some of Hollywood's brightest stars, from Steven Spielberg to Jane Fonda. On Monday, Hollywood gave him another star, on its Walk of Fame.


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'Violence' Yields Populist Puzzle (AP)
This undated photo supplied by New Line Productions shows director David Cronenberg, center, setting up a shot on the set with Viggo Mortensen, right, and the crew during filming in Canada of New Line Cinemas 'A History of Violence.' (AP Photo / Takashi Seida,New Line Productions)AP - David Cronenberg is about as scary as Santa Claus. His films are another matter. Cronenberg's thoughtful, politely professorial manner seems at odds with the explicit terror of "Scanners," "The Fly" and "Dead Ringers" or the reality-twisting weirdness of "Naked Lunch," "eXistenZ" and "Spider."


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Witherspoon's 'Heaven' Tops Box Office (AP)
AP - Reese Witherspoon led her new movie "Just Like Heaven" to a divine opening weekend. The film took in $16.4 million to win the top spot at the box office.

"Heaven" Exorcises "Emily Rose" (E! Online)
Just Like Heaven did some heavenly business this 
 weekend--but the devil still hung around.E! Online - Just Like Heaven did some heavenly business this weekend--but the devil still hung around.


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Hollywood Studios Team Up to Fight Piracy (AP)
AP - The six major Hollywood studios have formed a joint venture to research and create technologies to prevent movie piracy, industry officials said Monday.

"Thug" Rules Toronto (E! Online)
After more than 300,000 film freaks made their way through the 
 orgy of more than 200 world, international and North American premieres 
 among 335 films from 52 countries, audiences at the 30th Toronto 
 International Film Festival gave their love to a thug.E! Online - After more than 300,000 film freaks made their way through the orgy of more than 200 world, international and North American premieres among 335 films from 52 countries, audiences at the 30th Toronto International Film Festival gave their love to a thug.


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Give It Away, Now: More MTV Mavericks (AP)
AP - A quick rundown of the three subjects of the latest Directors Label DVD releases: ___

Romanek Shifts From Music Videos to Movies (AP)
Video director Mark Romanek is photographed in New York, Sept. 13, 2005.  (AP Photo/Jim Cooper)AP - Jay-Z shot. Trent Reznor spinning upside down. David Bowie teetering on a rooftop. These are just a few of the iconic images Mark Romanek has fashioned as an elite music video director.


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311 plans free L.A. show, fall tour (Reuters)
Reuters - With its summer roadwork ending over the weekend, rock band 311 will begin its fall U.S. run in San Diego on October 19.

Met Opera Kicks Off Its 2005-06 Season (AP)
AP - Figaro prepared for his marriage, Tosca stabbed the villain in the heart, and a shorn Samson regained his strength just long enough to bring the temple crashing down on the Philistines.

Robert Plant joins Pearl Jam's hurricane benefit (Reuters)
Singer Robert Plant performs during the star-studded benefit called the 'The 46664 Arctic Concert' in the Norwegian Arctic city of Tromso, June 11, 2005. Plant has joined the lineup of Pearl Jam's $1,000-per-ticket Hurricane Katrina benefit at the House of Blues in Chicago on October 5, a spokeswoman for the club said on Monday. (Jan-Morten Bjornbakk/Reuters)Reuters - Robert Plant has joined the lineup of Pearl Jam's $1,000-per-ticket Hurricane Katrina benefit at the House of Blues in Chicago on October 5, a spokeswoman for the club said on Monday.


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Lil' Kim Reports to Detention Center (AP)
Lil' Kim whose real name is Kimberly Jones exits Manhattan federal court following her sentencing, Wednesday, July 5, 2005, in New York. Kim was given a one year and one day sentence and a $50,000 fine for lying to the grand jury in connection with a shootout outside a Manhattan radio station in 2001. (AP Photo/ Louis Lanzano)AP - Rapper Lil' Kim began serving a 366-day prison sentence Monday for her conviction on charges stemming from a 2001 shootout outside a New York City radio station.


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Injured Motley Crue Singer Back on Stage (AP)
Vocalist Vince Neil of Motley Crue interacts with the audience during their 'Carnival of Sin' tour concert at Madison Square Garden in New York, Thursday night March 3, 2005.  (AP Photo/Adam Rountree)AP - Motley Crue rocker Vince Neil has returned to the stage after injuring himself at an Atlanta concert.


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Billy Joel Donates Money to Syracuse (AP)
Singer-songwriter Billy Joel banters with photographers as he  arrives for a ceremony where he was awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles, Monday, Sept. 20, 2004. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)AP - Syracuse University is receiving a $320,000 gift from six-time Grammy winner Billy Joel to help aspiring musicians.


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Lil' Kim Checks into Big House (E! Online)
Here's hoping Lil' Kim's prepared for a big change of scenery.E! Online - Here's hoping Lil' Kim's prepared for a big change of scenery.


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Michael Talks--and He's Feeling Good (E! Online)
In his first post-trial interview, Michael Jackson made like James 
 Brown.E! Online - In his first post-trial interview, Michael Jackson made like James Brown.


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Green Day bites the 'Bullet' on DVD (Reuters)
Reuters - Green Day will release a live DVD in November drawn from its summer performances at the U.K.'s Milton Keynes National Bowl.

U2 drafts Kanye, Arcade Fire for fall dates (Reuters)
Reuters - U2 has drafted Kanye West, the Arcade Fire, Patti Smith and Damian Marley as support acts for its just-underway fall North American tour.

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