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Demi Moore, Ashton Kutcher wed: reports (Reuters)
Actor Ashton Kutcher (L) poses with actress Demi Moore as they arrive for the 'Cheaper by the Dozen,' film premiere in Hollywood in this December 14, 2003 file photo. Moore and Kutcher were married on Saturday, capping their celebrated two-year-long older woman, younger man relationship, two celebrity magazines reported on September 25, 2005. Representatives for Kutcher, 27, and Moore, 42, could not be immediately reached for comment, but both Us Weekly and People magazine reported on the Web sites that the couple were married in Los Angeles area on Saturday. Picture taken December 14, 2003. (Fred Prouser/files/Reuters)Reuters - Actors Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher were married on Saturday, capping their celebrated two-year-long older woman, younger man relationship, two celebrity magazines reported on Sunday.


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Gulf storms strike chords in popular music (Reuters)
Reuters - Chuck Berry yearned for Baton Rouge, The Band headed for Lake Charles and Glen Campbell was homesick for Galveston when he cleaned his gun.

Unreleased Waits track leads Katrina benefit CD (Reuters)
Reuters - An exclusive track featuring Tom Waits and the Kronos Quartet leads the lineup for an upcoming double-disc compilation from clothing retailer Urban Outfitters and Filter magazine.

Dave Matthews Band to wrap 2005 with one more tour (Reuters)
Dave Matthews Band performs during a free concert in New York's Central Park Great Lawn to benefit the New York City Schools on September 24, 2003. (Albert Ferreira/Reuters)Reuters - Fresh off the road from another summer outing, Dave Matthews Band has scheduled a short run of dates to close out 2005.


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Baryshnikov Initially 'Shocked' by 'Sex' (AP)
In this photo provided by the 'New Yorker', dancer Mikhail Baryshnikov takes part in an interview with Joan Acocella Saturday Sept. 24, 2005 in New York. The interview is part of the New Yorker Festival.  (AP Photo/Alex Oliveria-Startraks)AP - When he was invited to play a role on "Sex and the City," Mikhail Baryshnikov says he had two questions: "Which sex, and which city?" The legendary dancer told an audience at The New Yorker Festival that until then he'd never seen the HBO series, because he only watched news and golf on TV. So the producers sent him a few episodes to watch.


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"Flightplan" Lands over "Corpse" (E! Online)
E! Online - It was up, up and away as Flightplan soared to the top of the box office.

Three rare tracks on new Nirvana compilation (Reuters)
Reuters - Three previously unreleased tracks will see the light of day on the Nirvana compilation, "Sliver: The Best of the Box," which will arrive November 1.

Questions Abound As 'Housewives' Returns (AP)
From left: actresses Marcia Cross, Nicollette Scheridan and Brenda Strong pose for photographers in Rome Monday, June 27, 2005, during the presentation of the TV series ''Desperate Housewives'' scheduled to be broadcast in Italy in autumn. (AP Photo/Sandro Pace)AP - "Desperate Housewives" featured a desperate widow Sunday night.


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Paper: Winfrey Backing Broadway's 'Purple' (AP)
Oprah Winfrey addresses reporters as part of the Television Critics Association Press Tour Sunday, Jan. 23, 2005, in the Universal City section of Los Angeles. Winfrey was available to discuss ABC's 'Oprah Winfrey Presents: Their Eyes Were Watching God,' starring Halle Berry. Winfrey responded to a question about Johnny Carson's death by saying she was shocked and that he set the tone for today's talk show hosts. (AP Photo/Ric Francis)AP - "The Color Purple," a musical based on Alice Walker's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, will have Oprah Winfrey as a producer and investor when it opens on Broadway in December.


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Danes dancing again in 'American Model' (Reuters)
Reuters - The film actress Claire Danes began her career as a dancer. She started taking lessons in New York when she was four and studied and performed for 10 years, until Hollywood called and Danes starred as Angela Chase on the ABC series "My So-Called Life."

"Flightplan" Lands over "Corpse" (E! Online)
E! Online - It was up, up and away as Flightplan soared to the top of the box office.

Foster's 'Flightplan' Propels Box Office (AP)
Actress Jodie Foster poses in Berlin, Wednesday, Dec. 8, 2004 . She will film parts of her new   movie 'Flightplan' in Berlin. (AP Photo/Roberto Pfeil)AP - LOS ANGELES (AP) — Jodie Foster piloted "Flightplan" to a No. 1 debut, her airborne thriller taking in $24.6 million to land ahead of "Tim Burton's Corpse Bride," the runner-up with $20.1 million.


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Stars Honor New Orleans at Katrina Benefit (AP)
In this photo provided by the 'New Yorker'  musician Lou Reed plays at the 'Parting the Waters' benefit concert Saturday, Sept. 24, 2005 in New York. The concert was part of the New Yorker Festival.  (AP Photo/Albert Ferreira-Startraks)AP - It's not often that a Nobel laureate, Pulitzer Prize winners, Grammy winners, Academy Award winners and just about every other kind of winner share a single stage. But a benefit for Hurricane Katrina relief efforts, sponsored by The New Yorker as part of its annual New Yorker Festival, brought an eclectic and star-studded cast of performers to Manhattan on Saturday night. The lineup included Toni Morrison, Lou Reed, Elvis Costello, Kevin Kline, Richard Ford, Willem Dafoe and lots of zydeco music.


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'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.

Africa Oscar contender shuns despondency for hope (Reuters)
Reuters - Tired of African films that make audiences want to slit their wrists, the director of the continent's top Oscar contender has opted for a universal tale of triumph over AIDS, poverty and violence.

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.

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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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.

Three rare tracks on new Nirvana compilation (Reuters)
Reuters - Three previously unreleased tracks will see the light of day on the Nirvana compilation, "Sliver: The Best of the Box," which will arrive November 1.

Gulf storms strike chords in popular music (Reuters)
Reuters - Chuck Berry yearned for Baton Rouge, The Band headed for Lake Charles and Glen Campbell was homesick for Galveston when he cleaned his gun.

Unreleased Waits track leads Katrina benefit CD (Reuters)
Reuters - An exclusive track featuring Tom Waits and the Kronos Quartet leads the lineup for an upcoming double-disc compilation from clothing retailer Urban Outfitters and Filter magazine.

Dave Matthews Band to wrap 2005 with one more tour (Reuters)
Dave Matthews Band performs during a free concert in New York's Central Park Great Lawn to benefit the New York City Schools on September 24, 2003. (Albert Ferreira/Reuters)Reuters - Fresh off the road from another summer outing, Dave Matthews Band has scheduled a short run of dates to close out 2005.


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Billboard single reviews: Chesney, Prince.. (Reuters)
Reuters - Most lead singles from country albums are uptempo anthems, but newly detached Kenny Chesney shoots straight for the heart with a devastatingly poignant ballad about death claiming someone too early. Chances are it will prove even more effective at drawing attention to his November 8 release, "The Road and the Radio." Post-Hurricane Katrina America will definitely react to lines like "Sunny days seem to hurt the most/I wear the pain like a heavy coat." Though well-known for his sun-drenched odes to Caribbean life, country's entertainer of the year here reminds everyone how effective he is when it comes to serving up a great ballad.

Billboard album reviews: Crow, Braxton .. (Reuters)
Reuters - Her music career has lately taken a back seat to her personal life, but "Wildflower" returns Sheryl Crow to the front of the pop music pack. Such highlights as "I Know Why," a ballad broaching loneliness, point to heavier fare than her 2002 hit "Soak Up the Sun." Crow turns introspective on songs like "Perfect Lie" and gives Alison Krauss-type vocal intimacy to the title track. First single "Good Is Good" boasts a typically big melodic hook and inventive vocal phrasing, and shows the influence of George Harrison in slide guitar and strings. But "Live It Up" is the only outright rocker in a provocative, richly rewarding set reflecting love and life changes, and a philosophical world view encapsulated by closer "Where Has All the Love Gone."

Neil Young Gets Personal on Latest Disc (AP)
Neil Young performs at the 20th anniversary Farm Aid concert, in a file photo from Sept. 18, 2005, in Tinley Park, Ill. Young acknowledges there was a lot of personal reflection that went into his latest album,  he recorded it in the days before he underwent surgery for a brain aneurysm. (AP Photo/Brian Kersey, File)AP - Neil Young acknowledges that a lot of personal reflection went into his latest album — he recorded it in the days before he underwent surgery for a brain aneurysm.


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Mezzo-Soprano Horne Wins Lifetime Award (AP)
Marilyn Horne stands for a portrait Saturday, Sept. 24, 2005 in New York. The mezzo-soprano will officially receive a lifetime achievement award Monday from London-based Gramophone magazine, considered an authority in theclassical recording industry.  (AP Photo/Julie Jacobson)AP - Marilyn Horne at 71: singer, teacher, grandmother — and now, winner of a lifetime achievement award.


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Review: Soprano Damrau Stars in Met Debut (AP)
Tony Stevenson, as The Dancing Master, left, applauds as Diania Damrau, as Zerbinetta, makes her debut in the prologue of the Metropolitan Opera's dress rehearsal, Friday, Sept. 22, 2005, for Richard Strauss' 'Ariadne Auf Naxos,' in New York. The opera opens Saturday, Sept. 24. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)AP - Diana Damrau smiled, giggled and pranced around the stage as her brilliant coloratura filled the Metropolitan Opera House. She needed only a few notes to show she has a big future.


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Phoenix Getting Guitars Painted by Rockers (AP)
Van Halen guitarist Eddie Van Halen performs Aug. 5, 2004, at America West Arena in a Phoenix file photo. Chicago had 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.  (AP Photo/Tom Hood, File)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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