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Schwarzenegger signs Calif anti-paparazzi law (Reuters)
California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger (L) speaks to Sun Microsystems employees during a town hall style meeting at the Sun Microsystems plant in Menlo Park, California September 28, 2005. Schwarzenegger signed a law on Friday tripling damages celebrities can win from paparazzi if they are assaulted during a shoot and denying the photographers profits from any pictures taken during an altercation. The new law comes as Los Angeles authorities try to crack down on aggressive photographers following a series of altercations involving actresses Reese Witherspoon, Lindsay Lohan and Scarlett Johansson, among others. (Dai Sugano/Mercury News/Pool/Reuters)Reuters - California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger signed a law on Friday tripling damages celebrities can win from paparazzi if they are assaulted during a shoot and denying the photographers profits from any pictures taken during an altercation.


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O.J. Simpson makes rare public appearance in L.A (Reuters)
O.J. Simpson (C) reacts with his attorneys F. Lee Bailey (L) and Robert Shapiro (R) as he is found not guilty in the murders of his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ronald Goldman, in a Los Angeles court room, in this October 3, 1995 file photograph. Testing the waters of his tarnished celebrity a decade after his acquittal on murder charges, O.J. Simpson appeared at a horror-themed comic book convention on Friday night to sign autographs, but few beside the media seemed to care. Simpson's rare public outing in Los Angeles at the annual NecroComicon show drew little interest from those attending the event, with no more than a dozen people traipsing up a rear stairwell into a small room to glimpse the former football star and actor. (Mygung Chun/WGBH/Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Testing the waters of his tarnished celebrity a decade after his acquittal on murder charges, O.J. Simpson appeared at a horror-themed comic book convention on Friday night to sign autographs, but few beside the media seemed to care.


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Peter Jennings leaves estate of over $50 million (Reuters)
**FILE PHOTO** Peter Jennings poses on the set of ABC's 'World News Tonight' in New York, Feb. 5, 2001.  (Photo by Gino Domenico)Reuters - ABC News anchor Peter Jennings, who died of lung cancer in August, left an estate valued at more than $50 million, most of which was willed to his fourth wife and to two children from a previous marriage.


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Stevie Wonder ends 10-year absence just in 'Time' (Reuters)
Singer Stevie Wonder poses as he arrives at the 10th annual Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards in Pasadena, California September 7, 2005. After several well-publicized delays, Stevie Wonder's first studio album in 10 years, 'A Time to Love,' is due in stores October 18. Wonder says the album's delay had nothing to do with any fear factor: 'I was never afraid to put this out. That was never the issue -- ever. I wanted it to sound contemporary but still be me. It was just a matter of getting it right.' The artist adds, 'Everyone worked very hard on this. I'm very comfortable with everything.' (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - After several well-publicized delays, Stevie Wonder's first studio album in 10 years, "A Time to Love," is due in stores October 18.


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Wu-Tang Clan checks in with hip-hop underground (Reuters)
Reuters - Compilations rarely get labels or retailers excited these days. Yet when Babygrande Records founder Chuck Wilson received a pitch on an album that combines the production talents of Wu-Tang Clan members with hip-hop's underground stars, he could not resist.

Norton: Latest Character Is Like the U.S. (AP)
American actor Edward Norton poses for photographers at a media conference for the film 'Down in the Valley', at the 58th international Cannes film festival, southern France, in a Saturday, May 14, 2005 photo. Edward Norton says his latest role as an arrogant British doctor out to change the world is a little like today's America. (AP Photo/Lionel Cironneau, file)AP - Edward Norton says his latest role as an arrogant British doctor out to change the world is a little like today's America.


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Biloxi down but not out after bout with Katrina (Reuters)
Reuters - Bill Holmes, executive director of the Mississippi Coast Coliseum & Convention Center in Biloxi, says his city, his entertainment market and his arena are badly bent but not broken.

UMG takes direct route with infomercial deal (Reuters)
Reuters - Universal Music Group is launching a joint venture with music direct-response pioneer Ira Pittelman that will bring the major into the infomercial business.

In a flash, hard-drive memory fading (Reuters)
Apple CEO Steve Jobs holds new iPod nano during event in San Francisco, September 7, 2005. When Jobs introduced the iPod Nano on September 7, he predicted it would be the best-selling iPod model ever. That is a strong statement, considering the Nano is only Apple's second device to incorporate flash memory instead of a hard drive. It is an even stronger endorsement of flash-based technology from a company that until this year declined to use it in a single product. (Lou Dematteis/Reuters)Reuters - When Apple Computer CEO Steve Jobs introduced the iPod Nano on September 7, he predicted it would be the best-selling iPod model ever.


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Alfred Molina is 'Howard Katz' in American Premiere of Patrick Marber Play (Playbill)
Playbill - Alfred Molina will star in the American debut of Patrick Marber's Howard Katz Off-Broadway at the Laura Pels Theater early in 2007.

Norton: Latest Character Is Like the U.S. (AP)
American actor Edward Norton poses for photographers at a media conference for the film 'Down in the Valley', at the 58th international Cannes film festival, southern France, in a Saturday, May 14, 2005 photo. Edward Norton says his latest role as an arrogant British doctor out to change the world is a little like today's America. (AP Photo/Lionel Cironneau, file)AP - Edward Norton says his latest role as an arrogant British doctor out to change the world is a little like today's America.


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Manson film lets 'Freak' flag fly (Reuters)
Reuters - It is a war-torn 3069: Tattered survivors are hungry, ravaged, neglected. Enter Charles Manson, played by Billie Joe Armstrong, as the messiah.

Renee Has "Eye" on Horror (E! Online)
Renee Zellweger is 
 setting her sights on a reunion with her Jerry Maguire costar Tom 
 Cruise in The Eye.E! Online - Renee Zellweger is setting her sights on a reunion with her Jerry Maguire costar Tom Cruise in The Eye.


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Tara Reid Laments Her Rep As Party Girl (AP)
Tara Reid arrives for a party on May 12, 2005, in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles.  Reid is tired of being labeled a party girl. The actress,  in Steppin' Out magazine on newsstands Oct. 12, 2005, says the media has unfairly represented her and that she just needs a good movie to break the stereotype, (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)AP - Tara Reid wants to prove she's a great actress instead of a party girl. The actress says the media has unfairly represented her and that she just needs a good movie to break the stereotype.


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Review: Sci-Fi Film 'Serenity' Engaging (AP)
In this photo provided by Universal Pictures,  The crew and passengers of 'Serenity', (left to right)  Wash (Alan Tudyk), Zoe (Gina Torres), Kaylee (Jewel Staite) Captain Malcom Reynolds (Nathan Fillion), Inara (Morena Baccarin) and Simon (Sean Maher) are caught between warring forces out to dominate the galaxy, in Universal Pictures' 'Serenity.'  (AP Photo/Universal Pictures/Sidney Baldwin)AP - You can see how "Firefly," the short-lived TV show that provided the basis for "Serenity," could have gotten addictive if given the chance.


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Spacek, Redgrave Headline Va. Film Fest (AP)
AP - Sissy Spacek and Vanessa Redgrave will be among the stars at the 2005 Virginia Film Festival Oct. 27-30.

Vienna to Feature Warhol Retrospective (AP)
AP - An Andy Warhol retrospective, a 10-hour Philippine film and Woody Allen's "Match Point" are among the highlights of this year's Viennale film festival.

Review: 'Into the Blue' Is Lost at Sea (AP)
In this photo provided by Columbia Pictures,  Sam (Jessica Alba) and  Jared (Paul Walker) are  divers that discover a legendary shipwreck rumored to contain millions in gold at the bottom of the sea in ' Into the Blue.'  (AP Photo/Columbia Pictures)AP - Director John Stockwell is lost at sea with "Into the Blue," a diving adventure with a severe case of the dramatic bends.


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'Serenity' will sate sci-fi buffs (Reuters)
Summer Glau sends a kiss during a photocall before the screening of the film 'Serenity' at the 31th American Film Festival of Deauville, France, September 3, 2005. (Franck Prevel/Reuters)Reuters - A canceled TV show is reborn on the big screen in Joss Whedon's feature debut, "Serenity," an appealingly low-rent, if not earth-shattering, 26th century "Star Wars" with faint glimmers of "Blade Runner," "Buckaroo Banzai" and "The Manchurian Candidate" for good measure.


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A star is born in 'Sueno' (Reuters)
Reuters - In "Sueno," a first feature by writer-director Renee Chabria, a Mexican musician follows his dream (hence "sueno") and comes to America with the hope of making it big in the face of daunting odds.

Biloxi down but not out after bout with Katrina (Reuters)
Reuters - Bill Holmes, executive director of the Mississippi Coast Coliseum & Convention Center in Biloxi, says his city, his entertainment market and his arena are badly bent but not broken.

Wu-Tang Clan checks in with hip-hop underground (Reuters)
Reuters - Compilations rarely get labels or retailers excited these days. Yet when Babygrande Records founder Chuck Wilson received a pitch on an album that combines the production talents of Wu-Tang Clan members with hip-hop's underground stars, he could not resist.

Touring country acts keep kickin' up cash (Reuters)
Reuters - For country music touring, these are the best of times. And the good news is, the times are getting better.

My Morning Jacket makes alterations (Reuters)
Reuters - The January 2004 departure of My Morning Jacket members Johnny Quaid and Danny Cash presented more than just a hole in the lineup: The Louisville, Ky.-based band's longtime recording studio was located on Quaid's grandparents' Indiana farm.

Gospel star Franklin opens new chapter with 'Hero' (Reuters)
Reuters - Since debuting in 1993 with "Kirk Franklin and the Family," which spent 36 weeks at the summit of the Billboard Top Gospel Albums chart, Kirk Franklin has developed a reputation as the pied piper of gospel music.

Q&A: NIKKI SIXX (Reuters)
Reuters - It is 2:30 in the afternoon and Motley Crue bass player Nikki Sixx is just getting up. He lights his first cigarette of the day. Telephones are ringing in the background.

UMG takes direct route with infomercial deal (Reuters)
Reuters - Universal Music Group is launching a joint venture with music direct-response pioneer Ira Pittelman that will bring the major into the infomercial business.

TV tunes prove successful as partners in crime (Reuters)
Reuters - First it was teens. Now it's the adults' turn to discover tunes on TV, as a new breed of musically sophisticated crime and drama programming emerges in prime time.

Stevie Wonder ends 10-year absence just in 'Time' (Reuters)
Singer Stevie Wonder poses as he arrives at the 10th annual Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards in Pasadena, California September 7, 2005. After several well-publicized delays, Stevie Wonder's first studio album in 10 years, 'A Time to Love,' is due in stores October 18. Wonder says the album's delay had nothing to do with any fear factor: 'I was never afraid to put this out. That was never the issue -- ever. I wanted it to sound contemporary but still be me. It was just a matter of getting it right.' The artist adds, 'Everyone worked very hard on this. I'm very comfortable with everything.' (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - After several well-publicized delays, Stevie Wonder's first studio album in 10 years, "A Time to Love," is due in stores October 18.


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Gospel artist Caesar launches label with 41st album (Reuters)
Reuters - No one can accuse Shirley Caesar of taking it easy, as a recent weekend in the life of the Gospel Music Hall of Famer proves.

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