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Brian Wilson Dialing Up Katrina Donors (AP)
Brian Wilson performs 'Good Vibrations' at MusiCares' 2005 Person of the Year tribute to Brian Wilson,  Feb. 11, 2005, in a Los Angeles file photo. 'Iowa Jim' was suspicious. Was it really Beach Boys co-founder Brian Wilson personally putting messages on his Web site urging people to contribute to Hurricane Katrina relief efforts? (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill, File)AP - "Iowa Jim" was suspicious. Was Beach Boys co-founder Brian Wilson really putting messages on his official Web site urging people to contribute to Hurricane Katrina relief efforts?


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Patsy Cline Home Gets Landmark Status (AP)
The home where Patsy Cline lived lived in her teens and early 20s is seen in a file photo from March 23, 2001 in Winchester, Va. It is already a favorite stop for country music fans but is now recognized by Virginia as a landmark.  (AP Photo/Linda Spillers, File)AP - The home of Patsy Cline, already a favorite stop for country music fans, is now recognized by Virginia as a landmark.


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McCready in Fair Condition After Overdose (AP)
Country singer Mindy McCready, is shown in this undated publicity photo. McCready overdosed on antidepressant medication early Friday, Sept. 23, 2005, after quarreling on the phone with the man by whom she's pregnant, police said.  (AP Photo)AP - Country singer Mindy McCready was hospitalized after overdosing on antidepressants early Friday following a quarrel with the father of her unborn child. She was in fair condition Friday afternoon, officials said.


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Polanski Debuts 'Oliver Twist' in Prague (AP)
French born Polish director Roman Polanski greets the crowd upon his arrival to a World Premiere of his new film Oliver Twist  held in Prague, Czech Republic on Saturday, Sept. 24, 2005.  (AP Photo/Petr David Josek)AP - Roman Polanski, debuting his new film "Oliver Twist" on Saturday, said he chose to adapt the classic novel because he admires 19th-century English literature and wanted to make a movie his children would enjoy.


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TV Networks Offer Extensive Rita Coverage (AP)
Swirling flood waters of Lake Charles surround an entrance to the  Harrah's casinos in Lake Charles, La., following landfall of Hurricane Rita Saturday, Sept. 24, 2005.. (AP (Photo/Ric Feld)AP - Mindful of the devastation wrought by Katrina, television networks brought a seriousness of purpose to live coverage of Hurricane Rita as it hit land Saturday at the Texas-Louisiana border.


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Polanski Debuts 'Oliver Twist' in Prague (AP)
French born Polish director Roman Polanski greets the crowd upon his arrival to a World Premiere of his new film Oliver Twist  held in Prague, Czech Republic on Saturday, Sept. 24, 2005.  (AP Photo/Petr David Josek)AP - Roman Polanski, debuting his new film "Oliver Twist" on Saturday, said he chose to adapt the classic novel because he admires 19th-century English literature and wanted to make a movie his children would enjoy.


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Camera phone enters new creative territory (Reuters)
Reuters - Billboard has learned that rock band the Presidents of the United States of America shot its latest video using only mobile phone cameras.

'Little Rascals' Actor Thomas Bond Dies (AP)
AP - Thomas Ross Bond, who played Butch the bully in the "Our Gang" and "The Little Rascals" serials of the 1930s, has died. He was 79.

Music biz explores wireless frontier (Reuters)
Reuters - And so it begins. Wireless operators and record companies are starting to let mobile subscribers buy and download full songs over wireless networks directly to mobile phones capable of storing and playing music.

Burton, Hawke, Wright and Allen to Appear in "New Work Then" Readings at Public (Playbill)
Playbill - A host of marquee names will perform in the "New Work Then!" reading series, in which the Public Theater revisits triumphant productions from its 50 year history.

Polanski Debuts 'Oliver Twist' in Prague (AP)
French born Polish director Roman Polanski greets the crowd upon his arrival to a World Premiere of his new film Oliver Twist  held in Prague, Czech Republic on Saturday, Sept. 24, 2005.  (AP Photo/Petr David Josek)AP - Roman Polanski, debuting his new film "Oliver Twist" on Saturday, said he chose to adapt the classic novel because he admires 19th-century English literature and wanted to make a movie his children would enjoy.


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Polanski feels the pressure as "Oliver" premieres (Reuters)
Reuters - His last film may have been The Pianist, for which he won a best director Oscar, but that's no guarantee of fame and funding for Roman Polanski, who attends the world premiere of his latest work Oliver Twist on Saturday.

Rosenberg Named President of Actors Guild (AP)
Actor Alan Rosenberg poses for a portrait Monday, March 17, 2003, in Los Angeles.Rosenberg was elected president of the Screen Actors Guild on Friday Sept. 23, 2005 replacing former 'Little House on the Prairie' star Melissa Gilbert, who decided not to run for a third two-year term. (AP Photo/Ric Francis)AP - Alan Rosenberg was elected president of the Screen Actors Guild on Friday, replacing former "Little House on the Prairie" star Melissa Gilbert, who decided not to run for a third two-year term.


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Actors union elects more militant president (Reuters)
Reuters - TV actor Alan Rosenberg was elected president of the Screen Actors Guild on Friday as the more militant wing of the nation's largest performers union regained control of the Hollywood-based labor group.

Le Snub of the "Penguins" (E! Online)
Don't be surprised if penguins start ordering freedom fries to go 
 with their krill.E! Online - Don't be surprised if penguins start ordering freedom fries to go with their krill.


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Coppola to End 8-Year Absence From Movies (AP)
Movie director Francis Ford Coppola poses at The Regency Hotel in New York in this June 7, 2005 file photo. After an eight-year absence, Francis Ford Coppola is returning to the director's chair. He will begin filming 'Youth Without Youth' in Romania on Oct. 3, 2005.  Starring Tim Roth, the film is adapted from a novella by Romanian philosopher-author Mircea Eliade.  (AP Photo/Jim Cooper, File)AP - After an eight-year absence, Francis Ford Coppola is returning to the director's chair.


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Coppola Makes a Comeback (E! Online)
After an eight-year layoff, Francis Ford Coppola is hopping back 
 into the director's chair.E! Online - After an eight-year layoff, Francis Ford Coppola is hopping back into the director's chair.


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Montreal film fests battle for funds, movie buffs (Reuters)
The New Montreal FilmFest, a highly touted upstart in the fight for festival supremacy in Montreal, is fending off jabs from local rivals, movie critics and even its own programming director at its inaugural edition.The FilmFest, which began just as the top-ranked Toronto International Film Festival ended is sandwiched between the 29th edition of the World Film Festival, held August 25 to September 5, and the 34th annual Festival du Nouveau Cinema, slated for October 13 to 23. In this photo, actor Andy Garcia (R) poses with actress Elsa Zylberstein (C) and director Mick Davis prior to the screening of their film 'Modigliani' at the Toronto International Film Festival in Toronto, September 16, 2004. (Andrew Wallace/Reuters)Reuters - The New Montreal FilmFest, a highly touted upstart in the fight for festival supremacy in Montreal, is fending off jabs from local rivals, movie critics and even its own programming director at its inaugural edition.


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Review: 'History of Violence' a Must-See (AP)
In this photo provided by New Line Cinema, Tom Stall (Viggo Mortensen, right), runs a diner and lives a happy and quiet life until one day he  attracts the attention of a mobster (Ed Harris) who believes he is someone else in 'A History of Violence.'  (AP Photo/New Line Cinema/Takashi Seida)AP - The less you know about "A History of Violence" before you see it — and you really should see it — the better. And yet there's so much to say, it's hard not to want to ramble on.


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Actress Says JetBlue Landing Was 'Surreal' (AP)
Taryn Manning arrives at a party at the Palms Casino in Las Vegas on  June 10, 2005. Manning says watching TV at her seat as a JetBlue airliner circled the region for three hours before making an emergency landing was the most 'out-of-body experience I ever had.' The actress was among 140 passengers as the plane, which had a crippled nose wheel, touched down safely Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2005, at Los Angeles International Airport.  (AP Photo/Isaac Brekken)AP - Taryn Manning says watching TV at her seat as a JetBlue airliner circled the region for three hours before making an emergency landing was the most "out-of-body experience I ever had."


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Camera phone enters new creative territory (Reuters)
Reuters - Billboard has learned that rock band the Presidents of the United States of America shot its latest video using only mobile phone cameras.

R&B veteran LaVette starts raising 'Hell' (Reuters)
Reuters - Bettye LaVette landed a top 10 R&B hit with her very first single. In 1962, when she was only 16, her "My Man, He's a Loving Man" peaked at No. 7.

Music biz explores wireless frontier (Reuters)
Reuters - And so it begins. Wireless operators and record companies are starting to let mobile subscribers buy and download full songs over wireless networks directly to mobile phones capable of storing and playing music.

Q&A: B.B. King marks his 80th birthday (Reuters)
Reuters - He is an icon whose name has become a brand for his own style of blues. Most anybody who has slung a guitar over their shoulder would give an appendage for the privilege of playing with him.

Fans tune in to musicians in ads: study (Reuters)
Reuters - In March, U2 was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame by Bruce Springsteen. By turns eloquent and funny, Springsteen's induction speech concluded with a mention of U2's partnership with Apple.

Bon Jovi ties Beatles' Japanese chart record (Reuters)
Reuters - Bon Jovi has just matched an international chart record set by the Beatles.

Brian Wilson Dialing Up Katrina Donors (AP)
Brian Wilson performs 'Good Vibrations' at MusiCares' 2005 Person of the Year tribute to Brian Wilson,  Feb. 11, 2005, in a Los Angeles file photo. 'Iowa Jim' was suspicious. Was it really Beach Boys co-founder Brian Wilson personally putting messages on his Web site urging people to contribute to Hurricane Katrina relief efforts? (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill, File)AP - "Iowa Jim" was suspicious. Was Beach Boys co-founder Brian Wilson really putting messages on his official Web site urging people to contribute to Hurricane Katrina relief efforts?


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Patsy Cline Home Gets Landmark Status (AP)
The home where Patsy Cline lived lived in her teens and early 20s is seen in a file photo from March 23, 2001 in Winchester, Va. It is already a favorite stop for country music fans but is now recognized by Virginia as a landmark.  (AP Photo/Linda Spillers, File)AP - The home of Patsy Cline, already a favorite stop for country music fans, is now recognized by Virginia as a landmark.


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McCready in Fair Condition After Overdose (AP)
Country singer Mindy McCready, is shown in this undated publicity photo. McCready overdosed on antidepressant medication early Friday, Sept. 23, 2005, after quarreling on the phone with the man by whom she's pregnant, police said.  (AP Photo)AP - Country singer Mindy McCready was hospitalized after overdosing on antidepressants early Friday following a quarrel with the father of her unborn child. She was in fair condition Friday afternoon, officials said.


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Phoenix Getting Guitars Painted by Rockers (AP)
Armando Flores, of Phoenix, looks at a 10-foot tall replica Fender Stratocaster Guitar at the launching of Guitar Mania Friday, Sept. 23, 2005 outside America West Arena in Phoenix. Guitar Mania is a civic arts project involving the display of the 10-foot tall Stratocaster guitars designed and decorated by local and celebrity artists. Over 80 guitars will be displayed throughout the Phoenix metro area until February 2006 before being auctioned off to benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Arizona and the Rock-n-Roll Hall of Fame Education Fund in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Matt York)AP - Chicago fancifully painted fiberglass cows, the streets of Washington were decorated with donkeys and elephants, and now the Phoenix area is getting 10-foot guitars transformed by artists including Eddie Van Halen, Stevie Nicks and Alice Cooper.


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