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Wilson's Mark on Black Culture Remembered (AP)
Pall Bearers carry the casket of award winning playwright, August Wilson, to his grave site in Greenwood Cemetery in Sharpsburg, Pa., Saturday, Oct. 8, 2005. The two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning Wilson, 60, died of liver cancer last Sunday in Seattle. Wilson's plays dealt with the effects of slavery on generations of black Americans, and at his funeral Saturday, Wilson's admirers vowed that the playwright will continue to have a lasting influence on many more in the future. (AP Photo/John Heller)AP - Admirers of playwright August Wilson vowed Saturday at his funeral to ensure that future generations are exposed to Wilson's tales of black struggle in 20th century America.


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Photog Charged Over Witherspoon Incident (AP)
Actress Reese Witherspoon arrives at the 12th Annual Premiere Women in Hollywood event in Beverly Hills, Calif.,  in this Sept. 20, 2005 file photo. The evening, which honored women singled out by Premiere magazine for their achievements in the film industry, will be telecast on AMC on October 2. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello-File)AP - A photographer was charged with child endangerment and battery for allegedly striking a 5-year-old child with his camera and shoving another out of the way to take pictures of Reese Witherspoon and her children.


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Lawyer Denies Drugs Belong to Boy George (AP)
Singer Boy George, foreground, leaves Manhattan Criminal Court after his arraignment on cocaine possession charges early Saturday, Oct. 8, 2005. A lawyer for Boy George is denying that drugs found in the British singer's apartment belonged to him. (AP Photo/Newsday, Robert Mecea)AP - A lawyer for Boy George is denying that drugs found in the British singer's apartment belonged to him. Authorities said the singer, whose real name is George O'Dowd, was arraigned on drug charges early Saturday.


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Jackson Falls in Throng Outside Theater (AP)
Popstar Michael Jackson leaves the Victoria Palace Theatre, London, Saturday Oct. 8, 2005, after seeing West End musical Billy Elliot on his visit to the UK. Jackson has been in London for the past week, writing a song for the victims of Hurricane Katrina, his publicist told APTN. (AP Photo/ Andrew Parsons, PA)AP - Michael Jackson fell to the ground as he tried to make his way through a throng of hundreds of fans outside the Victoria Palace theater, where he watched the stage version of the movie "Billy Elliot."


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New sounds redefine tropical music (Reuters)
Reuters - If you judge the landscape of tropical music in the United States by what you hear on the radio, you might conclude that traditional tropical music like salsa and merengue has been killed off by reggaeton.

Photog Charged Over Witherspoon Incident (AP)
Actress Reese Witherspoon arrives at the 12th Annual Premiere Women in Hollywood event in Beverly Hills, Calif.,  in this Sept. 20, 2005 file photo. The evening, which honored women singled out by Premiere magazine for their achievements in the film industry, will be telecast on AMC on October 2. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello-File)AP - A photographer was charged with child endangerment and battery for allegedly striking a 5-year-old child with his camera and shoving another out of the way to take pictures of Reese Witherspoon and her children.


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Ashlee Simpson Returns to Sing on 'SNL' (AP)
This photo supplied by NBC shows actor Jon Heder of 'Napoleon Dynamite' film fame, and Ashlee Simpson getting ready in New York on Thursday, Oct.6, 2005, for this week's 'Saturday Night Live' show on NBC.  Heder will host the show and  Simpson is the musical guest. Simpson will return to perform almost a year after the 'SNL' audience heard her voice --singing the wrong song -- while she held a microphone at her waist in a lip-synching episode that went wrong.(AP Photo/NBC Universal)AP - Ashlee Simpson sang — really, she did — without incident on "Saturday Night Live" in her return to the scene of last year's lip-synch fiasco.


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Ashlee Simpson Returns to Sing on 'SNL' (AP)
This photo supplied by NBC shows actor Jon Heder of 'Napoleon Dynamite' film fame, and Ashlee Simpson getting ready in New York on Thursday, Oct.6, 2005, for this week's 'Saturday Night Live' show on NBC.  Heder will host the show and  Simpson is the musical guest. Simpson will return to perform almost a year after the 'SNL' audience heard her voice --singing the wrong song -- while she held a microphone at her waist in a lip-synching episode that went wrong.(AP Photo/NBC Universal)AP - Ashlee Simpson sang — really, she did — without incident on "Saturday Night Live" in her return to the scene of last year's lip-synch fiasco.


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Recording studios offer luxury packages (Reuters)
Reuters - To paraphrase Mark Twain, rumors of the death of the big music-recording studios are greatly exaggerated.

Theater looms large in Paris fashion shows (Reuters)
Models applaud for French designer Christian Lacroix (R) runs along the catwalk after the presentation of his Spring/Summer 2006 ready-to-wear fashion collection in Paris October 7, 2005. REUTERS/Philippe WojazerReuters - Birdsong sounds over a catwalk. Church bells chime near another. Models with fruits and flowers in their hair stride over straw as if on a Sunday stroll through the countryside.


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Photog Charged Over Witherspoon Incident (AP)
Actress Reese Witherspoon arrives at the 12th Annual Premiere Women in Hollywood event in Beverly Hills, Calif.,  in this Sept. 20, 2005 file photo. The evening, which honored women singled out by Premiere magazine for their achievements in the film industry, will be telecast on AMC on October 2. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello-File)AP - A photographer was charged with child endangerment and battery for allegedly striking a 5-year-old child with his camera and shoving another out of the way to take pictures of Reese Witherspoon and her children.


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Esquire Names Jessica Biel Sexiest Woman (AP)
Jessica Biel arrives for her unveiling as Esquire magazine's 2005 'Sexiest Woman Alive' on Thursday, Oct. 6, 2005, in New York City.  (AP Photo/John Smock)AP - Jessica Biel has been proclaimed "the sexiest woman alive" by Esquire magazine. The actress is featured on the cover of Esquire's November issue, following last year's honoree, Angelina Jolie.


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Chan Denies Reports He's Anti-South Korea (AP)
Jackie Chan poses in a studio in Los Angeles on Jan. 28, 2003.  (AP Photo/Nick Ut-File)AP - Jackie Chan hit back at reports he is anti-South Korea, and accused the media of distorting his comments, according to reports.


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Bening Calls for More Calif. Arts Funding (AP)
Annette Bening listens to questions during a press conference for the film Mrs. Harris in a  Saturday Sept. 17, 2005 photo during the International Toronto Film Festival in Toronto, Ont. Annette Bening appeared on the Capitol steps to make a passioned appeal for increased funding for the arts in California's public schools. (AP Photo/ Nathan Denette, CP, file)AP - Annette Bening appeared on the Capitol steps to make an appeal for increased funding for the arts in California's public schools.


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J-Lo plays reporter probing Mexican border murders (Reuters)
Actress Jennifer Lopez poses on stage after her clothing line 'JLO by Jennifer Lopez' was featured at the Macy's Passport 05 fashion show in Santa Monica, California September 29, 2005. REUTERS/Fred ProuserReuters - Pop diva and actress Jennifer Lopez has put aside her usual glamour and is filming in a hilltop shantytown this week for a gritty movie about the murders of hundreds of women on the U.S.-Mexico border.


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Brightness of 'Rings' pays off big for some (Reuters)
Actor Viggo Mortensen laughs during a news conference for 'A History of Violence' at the 30th Toronto International Film Festival September 10, 2005. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni [Photo via NewsCom]Reuters - Landing a blockbuster is every actor's dream. Especially when an actor hasn't established himself as a marquee movie star. But like many things in Hollywood, one person's opportunity is another's downfall.


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Modest 'Voices' sings of a boy and his war (Reuters)
From left to right, Mexican filmmaker Luis Mandoki, Salvadoran scriptwriter Oscar Torres and Mexican actor Carlos Padilla during an interview for the film 'Innocent Voices' in San Salvador, December 16, 2004. Mandoki has been hired to direct 'The Winged Boy,' a family film based on an unpublished story by the widow of British actor Sir John Mills. REUTERS/Luis GaldamezReuters - Mexican filmmaker Luis Mandoki's "Innocent Voices," which is opening next Friday in Los Angeles, is modest by design.


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Twisted 'Domino' should recover box office bounty (Reuters)
British actress Keira Knightley arrives at the North American premiere gala for 'Pride and Prejudice' at the 30th Toronto International Film Festival in Toronto, September 11, 2005. REUTERS/Mike Cassese [Photo via NewsCom]Reuters - Hyperkinetic cinematography, staccato editing, saturated colors and hipster-cool characters aren't enough to put across this twisted tale of real-life people in a fictionalized crime caper. What's missing from this trickster's Reality Show called "Domino" is any sense of reality. It looks and acts like "Ocean's Thirteen," as director Tony Scott borrows freely and unashamedly from Oliver Stone, Steven Soderbergh, Quentin Tarantino, Elmore Leonard and Guy Ritchie.


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Sundance May View Home Depot Documentary (AP)
AP - A documentary born of some Miami residents' fight to keep a Home Depot store out of their tree-lined stylish neighborhood is being considered for viewing at the Sundance Film Festival.

Review: Clay-Animated Film W&G a Delight (AP)
AP - Mind-bogglingly elaborate yet undeniably cute, five years in the making yet utterly timeless, "Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit" finally comes to the big screen, and it's a complete delight.

Ashlee Simpson Returns to Sing on 'SNL' (AP)
This photo supplied by NBC shows actor Jon Heder of 'Napoleon Dynamite' film fame, and Ashlee Simpson getting ready in New York on Thursday, Oct.6, 2005, for this week's 'Saturday Night Live' show on NBC.  Heder will host the show and  Simpson is the musical guest. Simpson will return to perform almost a year after the 'SNL' audience heard her voice --singing the wrong song -- while she held a microphone at her waist in a lip-synching episode that went wrong.(AP Photo/NBC Universal)AP - Ashlee Simpson sang — really, she did — without incident on "Saturday Night Live" in her return to the scene of last year's lip-synch fiasco.


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Reunion tour nearly complete, Pixies ponder album (Reuters)
Reuters - With the first phase of their reunion nearly complete, the Pixies hope to begin gathering potential material for their first studio album since 1991's "Trompe le Monde."

Martin's music takes on new 'Life' (Reuters)
Reuters - It would be a misstatement to call "Life" the return of Ricky Martin; the Puerto Rican star's last studio album was 2003's Spanish-language "Almas Del Silencio." But "Life" is a departure in sound for an artist who many mainstream listeners still associate with "Livin' La Vida Loca," from his self-titled English-language debut in 1999.

New sounds redefine tropical music (Reuters)
Reuters - If you judge the landscape of tropical music in the United States by what you hear on the radio, you might conclude that traditional tropical music like salsa and merengue has been killed off by reggaeton.

Worship-music Crowder Band finds happy 'Collision' (Reuters)
Reuters - One of the things that has made worship music such a phenomenon in the Christian genre in the past few years is that worship leaders come in a variety of musical shapes, styles and packages. Among the more unique worship music outfits is the David Crowder Band.

Recording studios offer luxury packages (Reuters)
Reuters - To paraphrase Mark Twain, rumors of the death of the big music-recording studios are greatly exaggerated.

Houston heats up as hip-hop mecca (Reuters)
Reuters - When it comes to filling the pipeline for hip-hop hits, Houston does not have a problem.

Vibe Awards creators say the show must go on (Reuters)
Reuters - For the chief executives at Vibe magazine, the answer was obvious. The show must go on.

Fellow rockers pen tribute to murdered guitarist (Reuters)
Reuters - The onstage shooting of Damageplan guitarist "Dimebag" Darrell Abbott by a psychotic fan last December in Columbus, Ohio, still resonates in the minds of many who make their living performing concerts.

Old Hat compilation spotlights medicine shows (Reuters)
Reuters - One of the fall's more curious and enlightening CD sets comes from acclaimed reissue label Old Hat Records. The 48-song collection "Good for What Ails You: Music of the Medicine Shows 1926-1937," released October 4, documents the banjo-pickers and bluesmen who performed during the shows' latter years, humorously drawing from folk, blues and advertising traditions.

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