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Rock stars could mean novel Nobel Peace Prize (Reuters)
Irish rock star Bono (L) listens as 'Make Poverty History' organizer Bob Geldof answers a question at a news briefing at the end of the G8 summit in Gleneagles, Scotland, July 8, 2005. Geldof and Bono are among the bookmakers' tips to win the Nobel Peace Prize on Friday. (Kevin Lamarque/Reuters)Reuters - Irish rock stars Bob Geldof and Bono are among the bookmakers' tips to win the Nobel Peace Prize on Friday, alongside more orthodox candidates like campaigners against nuclear arms or a peace broker for Indonesia.


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Actors Aniston, Pitt put Calif. house on market (Reuters)
Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston arrive at the 56th annual Primetime Emmy Awards at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, in this September 19, 2004 file photo. (Kimberly White/Files/Reuters)Reuters - Actors Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt, whose highly publicized divorce is expected to be finalized this week, have placed their Beverly Hills estate on the market for $28 million, the Los Angeles Times reported on Sunday.


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Paris Hilton breaks engagement: spokesman (Reuters)
Socialite Paris Hilton is seen with her engagement ring on her finger during an autograph session with fans while promoting her new perfume at a downtown Toronto department store September 1, 2005. (J.P. Moczulski/Files/Reuters)Reuters - Paris Hilton is breaking off her five-month-old engagement with tycoon fianc Paris Latsis because "I feel I'm just not ready for marriage," the actress and hotel heiress said on Sunday through a spokesman.


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Foster's 'Flightplan' still tops at box office (Reuters)
Actress Jodie Foster, star of the new film 'Flightplan,' poses at the film's premiere in Hollywood September 19, 2005. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - Jodie Foster stayed aloft at the North American box office for a second weekend as her airplane thriller "Flightplan" outdistanced some low-flying competition and overall sales ended a four-week winning streak.


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Award-winning U.S. playwright August Wilson dies (Reuters)
Reuters - Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright August Wilson, whose cycle of plays chronicling 20th-century African-American life brought a new frankness to the way theater dealt with race, died of liver cancer on Sunday in Seattle, a hospital spokesman said. He was 60.

'Flightplan' Lands on Top of Box Office (AP)
In this photo provided by  Touchstone Pictures,  Jodie Foster stars as a widow who faces every mother's worst nightmare when her 6-year old daughter vanishes mid-way through a trans-Atlantic flight in ' Flightplan.'  (AP Photo/Touchstone Pictures)AP - Jodie Foster's "Flightplan" stayed aloft at the box office, as the airplane thriller took in $15 million to remain the No. 1 movie over a rush of new wide releases.


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Canada Reviewing Starbucks Music Plan (AP)
AP - The federal government is reviewing Starbucks Corp.'s proposal to establish a retail music business in Toronto and wants to see if it will offer adequate Canadian content and hire plenty of Canadian workers.

Instincts Took Over for Life-Saving Photog (AP)
In this photo released by CNN, the news network's photographer, Mark Bello, shoots video at Lake Charles, La., during CNN's coverage of Hurricane Rita Saturday, Sept. 24, 2005. While covering Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans days earlier, Bello not only made compelling images of the storm's aftermath but also helped rescue more than a dozen victims. (AP Photo/CNN, Jensen Walker)AP - Journalism may be the only profession where someone who helped save more than a dozen lives felt compelled to reassure his bosses that his time was well spent.


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Paramount Backs Blu-Ray Format for DVDs (AP)
AP - Paramount Home Entertainment is the latest company to back the Blu-ray Disc format as the next-generation DVD standard.

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.

'Flightplan' Lands on Top of Box Office (AP)
In this photo provided by  Touchstone Pictures,  Jodie Foster stars as a widow who faces every mother's worst nightmare when her 6-year old daughter vanishes mid-way through a trans-Atlantic flight in ' Flightplan.'  (AP Photo/Touchstone Pictures)AP - Jodie Foster's "Flightplan" stayed aloft at the box office, as the airplane thriller took in $15 million to remain the No. 1 movie over a rush of new wide releases.


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Paramount Backs Blu-Ray Format for DVDs (AP)
AP - Paramount Home Entertainment is the latest company to back the Blu-ray Disc format as the next-generation DVD standard.

Bale, Jackman in talks for Nolan's "Prestige" (Reuters)
Reuters - Christian Bale is in talks to reunite with "Batman Begins" director Christopher Nolan in "The Prestige," which would also star Hugh Jackman.

Foster's 'Flightplan' still tops at box office (Reuters)
Actress Jodie Foster, star of the new film 'Flightplan,' poses at the film's premiere in Hollywood September 19, 2005. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - Jodie Foster stayed aloft at the North American box office for a second weekend as her airplane thriller "Flightplan" outdistanced some low-flying competition and overall sales ended a four-week winning streak.


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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.

Canada Reviewing Starbucks Music Plan (AP)
AP - The federal government is reviewing Starbucks Corp.'s proposal to establish a retail music business in Toronto and wants to see if it will offer adequate Canadian content and hire plenty of Canadian workers.

Anesthesiologists Take Pride in Music (AP)
Dr. Frank Gentile adjusts a stereo system as he holds a bunch of CDs in an operating room at Edward Hospital, Sept. 20, 2005, in Naperville, Ill.. Gentile pulls double duty, working as an anesthesiologist and self-styled DJ of the operationg room. Playing music during surgery is becoming more commonplace. Some doctors say it relieves the tense atmosphere and studies have shown it can also benefit patients, including reducing anesthesia requirements. (AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh)AP - General anesthesia or local? Hip-hop or Sinatra? These are among the decisions facing Dr. Frank Gentile in his double-duty job as anesthesiologist and self-styled DJ of the OR.


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Melissa Etheridge Works on Sitcom for ABC (AP)
Musician Melissa Etheridge autographs a Gibson guitar to be sold during a future auction to help Hurricane Katrina victims, in this Sept. 10, 2005, file photo in Los Angeles. Etheridge says she working on a sitcom. The show, still in development with ABC, is about 'what my life might have been like had I not left to find my fame and fortune, and stayed in Kansas and became a teacher and been gay and dealt with life there,' Etheridge told Time magazine in their Oct. 10, 2005 issue. (AP Photo/Danny Moloshok, file)AP - Melissa Etheridge says she's working on a sitcom. The show, still in development with ABC, is about "what my life might have been like had I not left to find my fame and fortune, and stayed in Kansas and became a teacher and been gay and dealt with life there," Etheridge told Time magazine.


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Rocker Pete Doherty Detained in Drug Sweep (AP)
Pop star Pete Doherty outside Telford Police Station in England, Sunday Oct. 2 2005.  British police on Sunday questioned Pete Doherty, the rock musician boyfriend of supermodel Kate Moss, in connection with a drugs swoop before freeing him on bail. Doherty, 26, walked out of a police station in Telford, central England early Sunday evening after spending most of the day in police custody. Officers arrested him in a drugs raid late Saturday following a concert by his rock group Babyshambles in the nearby town of Shrewsbury. (AP Photo / Rui Viera)AP - Pete Doherty, the rock musician boyfriend of Kate Moss, was detained by British police in a drug sweep, his spokesman said Sunday.


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NAACP Protests Racist Ga. Music Festival (AP)
AP - State troopers planned to be on hand Sunday in rural Paulding County on the final day of Hammerfest 2005, an annual gathering that features white supremacist rock bands.

Freeman: Mississippi Will Rise Again (AP)
In this photo provided by the University of Mississippi, Mississippi Rising master of ceremonies Morgan Freeman opens the Mississippi Rising benefit Saturday, Oct. 1, 2005, at the University of Mississippi, in Oxford Miss. The proceeds from the concert and telethon will benefit the victims of Hurricane Katrina.  (AP Photo/University of Mississippi, Robert Jordan)AP - Actor Morgan Freeman opened a star-studded benefit concert for hurricane victims Saturday, telling a national television audience that the state he calls home "will rise again" from the ruins of the storm's destruction.


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Singer Marries Ex-Ukraine PM's Daughter (AP)
British heavy metal singer, Sean Carr, 36, centre, poses outside the Kiev  church after he married Evhenya Tymoshenko, the daughter of Ukraine's ex-Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko, right. The newlyweds emerged from a quiet Orthodox church in the Ukrainian capital  Kiev,  Sunday, Oct.2, 2005 to pose for journalists and wellwishers.  (AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky)AP - A British heavy metal singer married the daughter of Ukraine's ex-Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko on Sunday in a ceremony that attracted a swarm of journalists and at least 100 well-wishers eager for a glimpse of the famous mother-in-law.


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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.

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.

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