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Va. Rolling Stones Concert Interrupted (AP)
Rolling Stones lead singer Mick Jagger, seen here performing in August 2005, has taken the highly unusual step of releasing a statement rejecting as 'nonsense' reports that his girlfriend is causing a rift with the rest of the veteran band(AFP/Getty Images/File)AP - The Rolling Stones' concert at the University of Virginia was interrupted Thursday night while several police officers and three bomb-sniffing dogs searched the stage.


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Koppel to Anchor Last 'Nightline' in Nov. (AP)
Ted Koppel prepares for 'Nightline' on March 31, 2005 in Washington.  Koppel will anchor his last edition of 'Nightline' on Nov. 22, with the first post-Koppel edition of the ABC newscast airing Nov. 28, the network said Thursday, Oct. 6, 2005.  (AP Photo/ Haraz Ghanbari)AP - Ted Koppel will anchor his last edition of "Nightline" on Nov. 22, with the first post-Koppel edition of the ABC newscast airing Nov. 28, the network said Thursday.


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NBC Plans Live Episode of 'The West Wing' (AP)
Newcomer to the  NBC's television series 'The West Wing,' Jimmy Smits, right, shakes hands with Joshua Malina as Bradley Whitford, center, watches, in this undated publicity photo from the show's sixth season, which starts next week on Wednesday, Oct. 20, 2004.   Smits plays a three-term Houston congressman with presidential aspirations.(AP Photo/NBC,Mitchell Haddad)AP - NBC will air a live episode of "The West Wing" featuring a debate between presidential candidates Matt Santos and Arnold Vinick on Nov. 6.


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Musicians Wary of Singing About Katrina (AP)
James Taylor performs during Jazz at Lincoln Center's Higher Ground Hurricane Relief Benefit Concert, in this Sept. 17, 2005, file photo in New York. With a disaster of widespread political and social implications in Hurricane Katrina, a few musicians have already taken the first steps to express the nation's hope _ and despair. Taylor is one musician helping to raise funds for the disaster through song.  (AP Photo/Jeff Christensen/FILE)AP - Where have all the anthems gone? In times of war, tragedy and turmoil, many hit songs have eloquently expressed a collective angst.


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Martha Stewart set to race giant pumpkin in Canada (Reuters)
Lifestyle trendsetter Martha Stewart attends a news conference for her new syndicated series 'Martha' in New York August 25, 2005. Stewart will be rowing a giant pumpkin across a Canadian lake Sunday in the annual charity Pumpkin Regatta, which features politicians, local celebrities and others who paddle across a lake near Halifax in hollowed-out giant pumpkins. REUTERS/Shannon StapletonReuters - Worried Martha Stewart fans can relax -- the ex-convict lifestyle guru will be rowing a giant 600 lb (270 kg) decorated pumpkin across a Canadian lake this weekend after all.


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'Two for the Money' a losing proposition (Reuters)
Reuters - "Two for the Money" is a muddled melodrama about the shady and questionable though not quite illegal world of "sports advisers."

Va. Rolling Stones Concert Interrupted (AP)
Rolling Stones lead singer Mick Jagger, seen here performing in August 2005, has taken the highly unusual step of releasing a statement rejecting as 'nonsense' reports that his girlfriend is causing a rift with the rest of the veteran band(AFP/Getty Images/File)AP - The Rolling Stones' concert at the University of Virginia was interrupted Thursday night while several police officers and three bomb-sniffing dogs searched the stage.


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Robert Blake Says He Loved Wife (AP)
Actor Robert Blake, who was acquitted earlier this year of murdering his wife, Bonny Lee Bakley, told a civil damages trial on Thursday that he loved her, never harmed her and even tried to get her to see the errors of her ways. In this file photo, Blake arrives at Burbank Courthouse in Burbank, California August 29, 2005. REUTERS/Chris PizzelloAP - Robert Blake on Thursday gave jurors in his civil trial contradictory portraits of his relationship with his wife, vowing he loved her while saying she once offered him her teenage daughter for sex.


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Paramount ousts chiefs of arthouse division (Reuters)
Reuters - The two heads of Paramount Pictures' arthouse arm were fired Thursday by the studio's new chairman, bringing an end to months of uncertainty about their future.

Ed Harris to make Euro stage debut in Ireland (Reuters)
Reuters - Actor Ed Harris is to make his European stage debut in the Irish city of Cork next month, in the world premiere of a play titled "Wrecks," written and directed by filmmaker and playwright Neil LaBute.

'Two for the Money' a losing proposition (Reuters)
Reuters - "Two for the Money" is a muddled melodrama about the shady and questionable though not quite illegal world of "sports advisers."

If 'Shoes' won't fit at box office, 'Wallace' will (Reuters)
Actress Cameron Diaz waves as she arrives at the Los Angeles premiere of the Twentieth Century Fox film 'In Her Shoes' at the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences in Beverly Hills September 28, 2005. The film opens in the U.S. on October 7, 2005. REUTERS/Mario AnzuoniReuters - With school-age children in many parts of the country off Monday for Columbus Day, Hollywood is counting on an uptick at the weekend box office.


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"Batman" house escapes damage in Pasadena fire (Reuters)
Reuters - A Tudor-style mansion in Pasadena that was used for a number of movie shoots has been destroyed by fire, but the house nearby where the 1960s "Batman" TV series was shot escaped damage, fire officials said on Thursday.

Actor Bratt, Wife Soto Give Birth to Son (AP)
Actress Talisa Soto and her actor-husban  Benjamin Bratt  arrives at a Costume Institute Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on April 26, 2004, in New York. Mateo Bravery Bratt is the name of their baby born Monday, Oct.3, 2005, in Los Angeles, weighing 7 pounds, 7 ounces, said publicist Craig Bankey.(AP Photo/Louis Lanzano)AP - There's a new little Bratt in NBC "E-Ring" star Benjamin Bratt's household.


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Deny, Deny, Deny: Celebs Straddle Truth (AP)
Nick Lachey, left, and his wife, Jessica Simpson, arrive at the premiere of 'The Dukes of Hazzard' in Los Angeles, on July 28, 2005. Simpson plays Daisy Duke in the movie. Magazine reports prompted representatives for Simpson and Lachey to issue statements Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2005, denying the couple have separated.(AP Photo/Matt Sayles)AP - When is a denial not a denial? Life as a Hollywood couple means perpetual breakup rumors — which means perpetual insistence that "things are good." But sometimes those denials simply mask the truth — which inevitably emerges in full view.


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Jewison Tells Us How Hollywood Changed (AP)
This cover photo supplied by Thomas Dunne Books shows Norman Jewison's autobiography 'This Terrible Businesss Has Been Good to Me.' Through 25 feature films in 40-odd years, Jewison's movies have scored 45 Academy nominations -- and Oscars for Rod Steiger in 'In the Heat of the Night' and Cher for 'Moonstruck'-- and he has done it all by remaining nice.(AP Photo/Thomas Dunne Books)AP - The title of Norman Jewison's new autobiography is "This Terrible Business Has Been Good to Me," and it sounds like the veteran film director himself — nice.


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Fire Guts 'Batman' Mansion (AP)
In this photo provided by Warner Bros. Pictures, Batman (Christian Bale) rescues Rachel Dawes (Katie Holmes) in  Batman Begins.AP - Stately Wayne Manor is no longer. A Wednesday night fire gutted a Tudor style mansion that served as the home of Bruce Wayne, aka Batman, in the 1960's "Batman" television series, said Lisa Derderian, a spokeswoman for the Pasadena Fire Department. It was being remodeled by the owners, she said.


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Tea Leoni Visits Vietnamese Who Are HIV+ (AP)
Hollywood film star Tia Leoni,  right,  is offered a red scarf from a secondary school student at the Ngo Si Lien school in Hanoi, Vietnam on Wednesday Oct. 5, 2005. Leoni is in Vietnam as a Goodwill Ambassador for UNICEF, and is visiting to promote the Global Campaign for Children and AIDS by raising funds to support more children orphaned or made vulnerable by HIV/AIDS. (AP Photo/Richard Vogel)AP - Tea Leoni visited young Vietnamese at a support center for people who are HIV-positive, promoting AIDS awareness in a country where infection rates are rising.


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Old film starring Polish election hopeful is a hit (Reuters)
Reuters - Poland's presidential race is still wide open but conservative contender Lech Kaczynski already has something to celebrate -- a movie he starred in as a child with his twin brother is a hit again.

Baumbach Returns With 'Squid and Whale' (AP)
AP - It's taken Noah Baumbach 10 years to get back to where he started. The director of "The Squid and the Whale" was considered a wunderkind at 25 when his 1995 debut, "Kicking and Screaming," played at the New York Film Festival. A decade later, the native New Yorker finally returned.

Va. Rolling Stones Concert Interrupted (AP)
Rolling Stones lead singer Mick Jagger, seen here performing in August 2005, has taken the highly unusual step of releasing a statement rejecting as 'nonsense' reports that his girlfriend is causing a rift with the rest of the veteran band(AFP/Getty Images/File)AP - The Rolling Stones' concert at the University of Virginia was interrupted Thursday night while several police officers and three bomb-sniffing dogs searched the stage.


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Green Day sets 'special' show at L.A. theater (Reuters)
Green Day lead singer Billy Joe Armstrong performs before the start of the New England Patriots home opener game in Massachusetts September 8, 2005. The band's previously announced 'special' concert scheduled for next Tuesday in Los Angeles will take place at the Wiltern Theater, said America Online, which will broadcast the show on AOL Music LIVE! (http://www.aolmusic.com). REUTERS/Jessica RinaldiReuters - Punk rock trio Green Day's previously announced "special" concert scheduled for next Tuesday in Los Angeles will take place at the Wiltern Theater, said America Online, which will broadcast the show on AOL Music LIVE! (http://www.aolmusic.com).


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Musicians Wary of Singing About Katrina (AP)
James Taylor performs during Jazz at Lincoln Center's Higher Ground Hurricane Relief Benefit Concert, in this Sept. 17, 2005, file photo in New York. With a disaster of widespread political and social implications in Hurricane Katrina, a few musicians have already taken the first steps to express the nation's hope _ and despair. Taylor is one musician helping to raise funds for the disaster through song.  (AP Photo/Jeff Christensen/FILE)AP - Where have all the anthems gone? In times of war, tragedy and turmoil, many hit songs have eloquently expressed a collective angst.


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Connick Urges Feds to Rebuild Gulf Coast (AP)
Entertainer Harry Connick, Jr., honorary chair of Operation Home Delivery, appears  before  the Senate Finance Committee on Capitol Hill Thursday, Oct. 6, 2005, to discuss rebuilding the Gulf Coast after Hurricanes Katrina and Rita.  Former Congressman and Housing and Urban Development Secretary Jack Kemp is at left.   (AP Photo/Dennis Cook)AP - Singer Harry Connick Jr. urged lawmakers Thursday to spare no expense in rebuilding New Orleans and making Gulf Coast citizens safe in their homes.


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Deny, Deny, Deny: Celebs Straddle Truth (AP)
Nick Lachey, left, and his wife, Jessica Simpson, arrive at the premiere of 'The Dukes of Hazzard' in Los Angeles, on July 28, 2005. Simpson plays Daisy Duke in the movie. Magazine reports prompted representatives for Simpson and Lachey to issue statements Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2005, denying the couple have separated.(AP Photo/Matt Sayles)AP - When is a denial not a denial? Life as a Hollywood couple means perpetual breakup rumors — which means perpetual insistence that "things are good." But sometimes those denials simply mask the truth — which inevitably emerges in full view.


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Record producer Brion thrives amid hits, acrimony (Reuters)
Reuters - Eclectic music producer Jon Brion remains largely under the radar and unfazed despite being a central figure in one of the year's biggest hits and one of the record industry's biggest controversies.

Babyface's Marital Bust-Up (E! Online)
On the heels of 
 Renee & Kenny, Chad & Sophia, Paris & Paris, Kathy & Matt, Tori & 
 Charlie, Jamie-Lynn & A.J.,  and maybe even Nick & Jessica, another 
 Hollywood couple has gone bust.E! Online - On the heels of Renee & Kenny, Chad & Sophia, Paris & Paris, Kathy & Matt, Tori & Charlie, Jamie-Lynn & A.J., and maybe even Nick & Jessica, another Hollywood couple has gone bust.


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New York Philharmonic Doing Benefit Show (AP)
A helicopter drops a sandbag as work continued to repair a break in a levee Sept. 4, 2005, in New Orleans. Although the levee system proved inadequate to deal with the rising waters spawned by Hurricane Katrina, officials said Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2005, the barriers won't be rebuilt higher and better right away. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip, File)AP - The New York Philharmonic is helping to bring back Beethoven to New Orleans by hosting a benefit concert for the Louisiana Philharmonic.


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Universal Music vows it's not the same old song (Reuters)
Singer Mariah Carey arrives for the opening of the new Versace store in London's Knightsbridge September 19, 2005. Universal Music, the world's largest record company and home to Carey, Eminem and the Black Eyed Peas, said on Thursday it is transforming itself into a broader entertainment company that derives more revenue from untapped sources like advertising and apparel. REUTERS/Kevin CoombsReuters - Universal Music, the world's largest record company, said on Thursday it is transforming itself into a broader entertainment company that derives more revenue from untapped sources like advertising and apparel.


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AOL to buy Weblogs, courts bloggers (Reuters)
Reuters - America Online on Thursday said it will buy Weblogs Inc., a network of Web sites focused on topics ranging from scuba diving to gadgets, marking the biggest bet on unfiltered online commentary.

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