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Fats Domino returns home to New Orleans (Reuters)
In this file photo, Fats Domino performs at the 34th annual Jazz and Heritage Festival in New Orleans, April 24, 2003. Fats Domino, who was missing for days after Hurricane Katrina, returned home on Saturday to load some of his muddied gold records into the trunk of a car.REUTERS/David Rae MorrisReuters - Rock 'n' roll pioneer Fats Domino, who was missing for days after Hurricane Katrina, returned home on Saturday to load some of his muddied gold records into the trunk of a car.


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Daniel Craig named as first blond Bond (Reuters)
British actor Daniel Craig, star of crime thriller 'Layer Cake', arrives for the premiere of the film at the Egyptian Theatre in Los Angeles in this May 2, 2005 file photo. Reports have identified Craig as the new Bond, but that could not be confirmed. REUTERS/Jim Ruymen/FilesReuters - His name is Craig, Daniel Craig.


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Oscar winner Benigni strips on Italy evening news (Reuters)
Reuters - Oscar winner Roberto Benigni treated Italians watching Saturday's prime time news show to an impromptu strip tease to mark the release of his new film "The Tiger and the Snow" about the war in Iraq.

Elvis lookalike crooner woos crowds in homeland (Reuters)
Reuters - Even without the sequined jumpsuit over a matted chest gleaming with medallions, Mario Kombou turns heads. Just don't call him an Elvis impersonator.

Remains of Star Trek's 'Scotty' headed for space (Reuters)
File photograph shows of actor James Doohan. James Doohan, who played 'Scotty' in the Star Trek series died early July 20, 2005. He was 85. Doohan (C) who played 'Scotty' in the 1960's TV series 'Star Trek,' is photographed with Hollywood's honorary mayor Johnny Grant (L) as he receives his Hollywood Star plaque on August 31, 2004. REUTERS/Gene Blevins/FileReuters - Evidently "Star Trek" actor James "Scotty" Doohan took the catchphrase "beam me up" very seriously -- his cremated remains will be launched into space in accord with his last wishes.


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Polanski Happy Kids Enjoy New 'Twist' (AP)
Roman Polanski, Paris-born Polish director of films such as 'Chinatown,' listens to a reporter during a news conference in Bangkok, Thailand, Saturday, Oct. 15, 2005. Polanski is in Bangkok to attend the 3rd World Film Festival, which showed the Asian premiere of his latest movie 'Oliver Twist.' (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit)AP - One of the reasons Roman Polanski chose to interpret Charles Dickens' "Oliver Twist" for the screen was simple: he wanted to make a movie for children.


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Ricky Martin Says Fame Left Him Bored (AP)
Ricky Martin claps backstage at the 2005 MTV Video Music Awards in a Sunday, Aug. 28, 2005 photo at the American Airlines Arena in Miami. Ricky Martin, whose hits include 'Livin' La Vida Loca,' says the fame and fortune he experienced in the late '90s left him feeling bored and embittered. (AP Photo/Alan Diaz, file)AP - Ricky Martin, whose hits include "Livin' La Vida Loca," says the fame and fortune he experienced in the late '90s left him feeling bored and embittered.


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Texas Town Celebrates Kermit's 50th B-Day (AP)
Creator of the 'Muppets' Jim Henson poses with Kermit the Frog in Los Angeles, Calif., on Nov. 24, 1986.  (AP Photo/Michael Tweed)AP - Kermit the Frog began a globe-hopping tour to celebrate his 50th showbiz birthday in this small West Texas town that shares the beloved amphibian's name.


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Troubles at Getty Ripple Through Art World (AP)
Visitors walk in the gardens at the J. Paul Getty Museum  Sunday, Oct. 9, 2005, in Los Angeles. A decade after leading efforts against the illegal trade of artifacts, the museum's recently departed antiquities curator faces trial next month in Rome over allegations she knowingly received dozens of stolen items.  (AP Photo/Ric Francis)AP - A plot fit for a Hollywood thriller has been unfolding at the venerable J. Paul Getty Museum, a gleaming hilltop refuge that Italian authorities claim houses pilfered art.


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Concert review: Paul McCartney (Reuters)
Paul McCartney performs at the Live 8 concert in Hyde Park in London, July 2, 2005. REUTERS/Stephen HirdReuters - Paul McCartney slayed critics as well as box offices around the world on his 2002 tour, his first major outing in nearly a decade. Those shows found him dusting off Beatles songs he'd never performed in his former life or as a solo artist, and easing off the schmaltz to deliver a simply stunning musical experience.


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Polanski Happy Kids Enjoy New 'Twist' (AP)
Roman Polanski, Paris-born Polish director of films such as 'Chinatown,' listens to a reporter during a news conference in Bangkok, Thailand, Saturday, Oct. 15, 2005. Polanski is in Bangkok to attend the 3rd World Film Festival, which showed the Asian premiere of his latest movie 'Oliver Twist.' (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit)AP - One of the reasons Roman Polanski chose to interpret Charles Dickens' "Oliver Twist" for the screen was simple: he wanted to make a movie for children.


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Oscar winner Benigni strips on Italy evening news (Reuters)
Reuters - Oscar winner Roberto Benigni treated Italians watching Saturday's prime time news show to an impromptu strip tease to mark the release of his new film "The Tiger and the Snow" about the war in Iraq.

Producer: Bruce Lee's Death Was Accident (AP)
Film producer Raymond Chow speaks to The Associated Press in an interview Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2005. Chow worked with both Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan when they first started out. He recalled Lee as intense and nationalistic while Chan is friendly and gregarious, but he said both have a special star quality. Chow said Lee's mysterious death at age 32 in 1973 was a straightforward case of taking the wrong medication.  (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)AP - Bruce Lee's former producer, Raymond Chow, says the kung fu star's sudden death at age 32 is a straightforward case of taking the wrong medicine.


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Blond Bond: Daniel Craig Named Next 007 (AP)
Actor Daniel Craig is unveiled as the new James Bond 007, ahead of the forthcoming filming of the 21st installment in the series, 'Casino Royale', on board  HMS President, on the River Thames in east London, Friday Oct. 14, 2005. Craig replaces Pierce Brosnan in the title role of the forthcoming film, 'Casino Royale,' due in theaters next year. (AP Photo/PA, Ian West)AP - James Bond is going back to his roots. And they're blond. Sandy-haired English actor Daniel Craig was unveiled Friday as the star of the next Bond film, "Casino Royale," due in theaters in November 2006.


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'Breaking Up' proves too zany for its own good (Reuters)
Reuters - Georges Feydeau may be the most frequently performed playwright in France, but "The Art of Breaking Up," a film based on his first successful farce, "Fly in the Ointment" (1890), doesn't do justice to the form or to his work. Adapted by Rosalinde Deville and directed by her husband, Michel Deville, the play gets lost in translation to the screen.

Spielberg, EA Team Up to Make Video Games (AP)
AP - Coming soon to a game console near you: a Steven Spielberg video game. The acclaimed film director and producer has agreed to develop three new games under a long-term exclusive deal with video game maker Electronic Arts Inc. The deal to be announced Friday reflects the increasingly intertwined interests of Hollywood and the video game industry.

Chewbacca Does America (E! Online)
At the end of Star Wars, Luke Skywalker gets a medal. 
 Han Solo gets a medal. Chewbacca gets zip.E! Online - At the end of Star Wars, Luke Skywalker gets a medal. Han Solo gets a medal. Chewbacca gets zip.


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Bond Goes Blond with Craig (E! Online)
Hollywood's worst kept secret is official: Daniel Craig has been 
 issued a license to kill.E! Online - Hollywood's worst kept secret is official: Daniel Craig has been issued a license to kill.


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Bo Bice, Band to Perform Katrina Concert (AP)
Bo Bice arrives at the 'American Idol Top 12 Finalists Party' held March 9, 2005 in a West Hollywood, Calif. file photo.  Bice was arrested twice in the past four years on drug charges, a Web site reported Thursday, but Fox TV is standing by the long-haired rocker.  (AP Photo/Luis  Martinez, File)AP - "American Idol" runner-up Bo Bice opened his home to victims of Hurricane Katrina. Now he's singing to help the cause.


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Spielberg: He's in the Game (E! Online)
The 
 Oscar-winning filmmaker is joining forces with Electronic Arts, the 
 world's biggest videogame maker, to develop three original games that 
 Spielberg may eventually turn into movies.E! Online - The Oscar-winning filmmaker is joining forces with Electronic Arts, the world's biggest videogame maker, to develop three original games that Spielberg may eventually turn into movies.


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Ricky Martin Says Fame Left Him Bored (AP)
Ricky Martin claps backstage at the 2005 MTV Video Music Awards in a Sunday, Aug. 28, 2005 photo at the American Airlines Arena in Miami. Ricky Martin, whose hits include 'Livin' La Vida Loca,' says the fame and fortune he experienced in the late '90s left him feeling bored and embittered. (AP Photo/Alan Diaz, file)AP - Ricky Martin, whose hits include "Livin' La Vida Loca," says the fame and fortune he experienced in the late '90s left him feeling bored and embittered.


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Songwriter Baker Knight Dies at 72 (AP)
AP - Prolific songwriter Baker Knight, whose hits were recorded by stars ranging from Elvis Presley to Ricky Nelson, Paul McCartney, Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin, has died at age 72.

Petty to Receive Billboard Century Award (AP)
Tom Petty arrives at the 19th Annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony in a  Monday, March 15, 2004 photo, at New York's Waldorf Astoria. Tom Petty will receive the Century Award, Billboard's highest honor for creative achievement, at this year's Billboard Music Awards.(AP Photo/Tina Fineberg, file)AP - Tom Petty will receive the Century Award, Billboard's highest honor for creative achievement, at this year's Billboard Music Awards.


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Bo Bice, Band to Perform Katrina Concert (AP)
Bo Bice arrives at the 'American Idol Top 12 Finalists Party' held March 9, 2005 in a West Hollywood, Calif. file photo.  Bice was arrested twice in the past four years on drug charges, a Web site reported Thursday, but Fox TV is standing by the long-haired rocker.  (AP Photo/Luis  Martinez, File)AP - "American Idol" runner-up Bo Bice opened his home to victims of Hurricane Katrina. Now he's singing to help the cause.


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Gardiner's Bach set tops Gramophone nods (Reuters)
Reuters - It must have been an incredibly sweet moment for John Eliot Gardiner when he and his Monteverdi Choir and English Baroque Soloists won record of the year at the Gramophone magazine's annual awards ceremony September 29 in London. They were recognized for the first volume in their Bach cantata pilgrimage.

McBride makes time for country classics (Reuters)
Country Music artist Martina McBride holds her Female Vocalist of the Year award backstage during the 38th annual Country Music Association Awards show at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tennessee, November 9, 2004. REUTERS/Jeff MitchellReuters - After establishing herself as one of country music's top female artists, Martina McBride decided to pay homage to the classic country music on which she was raised.


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Jazz trumpeter Botti's sophistication sells (Reuters)
Reuters - It is an anomaly when a mainstream, largely instrumental jazz album breaks into the Billboard 200, but it is particularly noteworthy when said disc scales the chart and settles in for an extended stay.

Melissa Etheridge Meets Mary Jane (E! Online)
Come to Melissa Etheridge's and you might smell something funny.E! Online - Come to Melissa Etheridge's and you might smell something funny.


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Musician Dulli goes direct with solo CD (Reuters)
Reuters - Former Afghan Whigs frontman Greg Dulli has experienced life on an indie and life on a major. Now he is finding that an artist may not need a label at all.

Q&A: Rod Stewart (Reuters)
Reuters - Little did Rod Stewart know what he was starting when he fulfilled a longtime dream by releasing an album of standards, "It Had to Be You ... The Great American Songbook," in 2002.

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