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Conductor Skitch Henderson Dies at Age 87 (AP)
New York Pops founder and conductor Skitch Henderson conducts a rehearsal of the orchestra at New York's Carnegie Hall Friday, Nov. 19, 2004. At 87, the onetime bandleader for the 'Tonight Show' is this season conducting his Carnegie Hall-based New York Pops Orchestra in 17 concerts. Henderson, the Grammy-winning conductor who lent his musical expertise to Frank Sinatra and Bing Crosby before founding the New York Pops and becoming the first 'Tonight Show' bandleader, died Monday Oct. 31, 2005. He was 87. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)AP - Skitch Henderson, the Grammy-winning conductor who lent his musical expertise to Frank Sinatra and Bing Crosby before founding the New York Pops and becoming the first "Tonight Show" bandleader, died Tuesday. He was 87.


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Man Who Broke Into Aniston's Home Sentenced (AP)
Actress Jennifer Aniston arrives for the premiere of 'Derailed'  Sunday, Oct. 30, 2005 in New York.  A transient who broke into Aniston's rented Malibu beach house pleaded no contest to a burglary charge Nov. 1, 2005 and was sentenced to one year in jail. (AP Photo/Stephen Chernin)AP - A transient who broke into Jennifer Aniston's rented Malibu beach house pleaded no contest to a burglary charge on Tuesday and was sentenced to one year in jail.


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Jessica Simpson Saw Therapist Over Rumors (AP)
Music recording artists Jessica Simpson, left, and Ashlee Simpson pose backstage at a rock concert, Oct. 11, 2003 in Carlsbad, Calif.  The sisters  posed for the cover of Teen People and were interviewed for its December-January issue on newstands Friday, Nov.4, 2005. Both talk about the difficult challenges of the past year.(AP Photo/Chris Weeks)AP - Jessica Simpson says the relentless gossip about her marriage to Nick Lachey drove her to visit a therapist.


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Fireworks Promised on 'West Wing' Debate (AP)
In this undated publicity photo released by NBC, actors Alan Alda, as Senator Arnold Vinick, and Jimmy Smits, as Matt Santos, appear in an episode of 'The West Wing.' Vinick and Santos, both running for president on the series, will hold a live debate of the issues in the episode that airs on NBC at 8 p.m., EST, Sunday, Nov. 6. (AP Photo/NBC Universal Photo, Mitchell Haddad)AP - The powers behind "The West Wing" are making this campaign promise: Sunday's live debate between presidential candidates Arnold Vinick and Matt Santos will be far from politics — or television — as usual.


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Isley Brother faces jail after tax case conviction (Reuters)
Ronald Isley is seen performing in Los Angeles, March 20, 2004. Isley, lead singer of the legendary R and B band the Isley Brothers, has been convicted of tax evasion and could face five to 26 years in prison. (Lucy Nicholson/Files/Reuters)Reuters - Ronald Isley, lead singer of the legendary R&B band the Isley Brothers, has been convicted of tax evasion and could face five to 26 years in prison.


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A grim 'Harvest' for Cusack, Thornton (Reuters)
In this file photo, actor John Cusack arrives for the 76th annual Academy Awards at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood February 29, 2004. Cusack is one of the stars of 'The Ice Harvest'. (Mike Blake/Reuters)Reuters - Say what you will about "hard-R" comedies, few mainstream films in recent years can compete with "The Ice Harvest" for sheer sleaze.


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Conductor Skitch Henderson Dies at Age 87 (AP)
New York Pops founder and conductor Skitch Henderson conducts a rehearsal of the orchestra at New York's Carnegie Hall Friday, Nov. 19, 2004. At 87, the onetime bandleader for the 'Tonight Show' is this season conducting his Carnegie Hall-based New York Pops Orchestra in 17 concerts. Henderson, the Grammy-winning conductor who lent his musical expertise to Frank Sinatra and Bing Crosby before founding the New York Pops and becoming the first 'Tonight Show' bandleader, died Monday Oct. 31, 2005. He was 87. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)AP - Skitch Henderson, the Grammy-winning conductor who lent his musical expertise to Frank Sinatra and Bing Crosby before founding the New York Pops and becoming the first "Tonight Show" bandleader, died Tuesday. He was 87.


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Broadcast flag bill writers run drafts up the pole (Reuters)
Reuters - Lawmakers on the House Judiciary Committee are circulating drafts of three bills that would give federal agencies the ability to write regulations preventing digital radio and TV broadcasts from being pirated.

Berlin Cameron Defiant In Loss (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - In a month, one-time hot shop Berlin Cameron United lost two of its top accounts. But chairman Andy Berlin last week said the 8-year-old agency is "still profitable" and "we're not going away."

Broadway Performer Paula Laurence Is Dead at 89 (Playbill)
Playbill - Paula Laurence, who worked with the likes of Orson Welles, Moss Hart, Ethel Merman and Cole Porter during a career that lasted nearly 70 years, died Oct. 29 at St Luke's following a brief decline in health after breaking a hip earlier in October, according to her friend, theatre critic Michael Sommers.

A grim 'Harvest' for Cusack, Thornton (Reuters)
In this file photo, actor John Cusack arrives for the 76th annual Academy Awards at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood February 29, 2004. Cusack is one of the stars of 'The Ice Harvest'. (Mike Blake/Reuters)Reuters - Say what you will about "hard-R" comedies, few mainstream films in recent years can compete with "The Ice Harvest" for sheer sleaze.


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Man Who Broke Into Aniston's Home Sentenced (AP)
Actress Jennifer Aniston arrives for the premiere of 'Derailed' Sunday, Oct. 30, 2005 in New York.  (AP Photo/Stephen Chernin)AP - A transient who broke into Jennifer Aniston's rented Malibu beach house pleaded no contest to a burglary charge on Tuesday and was sentenced to one year in jail.


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Another Ledger on the Books (E! Online)
Heath 
 Ledger and Michelle Williams became first-time parents Friday, after 
 welcoming a daughter into the world, according to Us Weekly and 
 Extra.E! Online - Heath Ledger and Michelle Williams became first-time parents Friday, after welcoming a daughter into the world, according to Us Weekly and Extra.


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Children's Films Featuring More Violence (AP)
AP - A shotgun-wielding hunter mercilessly pursues his target. Angry space aliens vaporize a defenseless town. A bloodthirsty shark preys on the weak and tiny.

UN accord sparks concern among indie filmmakers (Reuters)
Reuters - A recent move by the U.N. agency, UNESCO, to preserve cultural diversity against the threat of globalization has U.S. independent filmmakers worried they could be frozen out of foreign markets.

'Zorro' sequel leads foreign box office (Reuters)
Actress Catherine Zeta-Jones and co-star Antonio Banderas arrive at the Los Angeles premiere of 'The Legend of Zorro' in Los Angeles October 16, 2005. The film kicked off its foreign campaign on the same weekend as its North American launch, selling $28.5 million worth of tickets from 50 markets, and opening at No. 1 in 34 of them. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - "The Legend of Zorro" kicked off its foreign campaign on the same weekend as its North American launch, selling $28.5 million worth of tickets from 50 markets, and opening at No. 1 in 34 of them.


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Pitt Narrates PBS Miniseries on Health (AP)
This April 2005 photo supplied by WGBH and Nova shows actor Brad Pitt with children in Ethiopia.  Pitt narrates the upcoming six-hour PBS miniseries 'RX for Survival: A Global Health Challenge.' In the past two years, Pitt has become increasingly involved in fighting poverty in Africa. (AP Photo/WGBH/NOVA,J. Tayloe Emery)AP - Brad Pitt's voice is usually identified with movies such as "Troy," "Ocean's Eleven" and "Twelve Monkeys" — not a six-hour documentary on global health.


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Viacom Swings to 3Q Profit, Revenue Up (AP)
AP - Viacom Inc., the media conglomerate that owns MTV, CBS and the Paramount movie studio, swung to a profit of $708.5 million in the third quarter, bouncing back from a loss in the year-ago period when results were hit by a charge for the Blockbuster Inc. video rental business.

Woody Allen says he's no wiser at 70 (Reuters)
In this file photo, U.S. director Woody Allen (R) holds his daughter Manzie Tio as his wife Soon-Yi Previn (2nd L) carries daughter Bechet as they pose near a statue of Allen in Oviedo, northern Spain, May 14, 2005. Allen says, in a rare interview appearing this week in Vanity Fair magazine, that the 1992 scandal that shattered his relationship with actress Mia Farrow and led him to marry her adopted daughter, Soon-Yi Previn, was one of the luckiest moments of his life. (Alonso Gonzales/Reuters)Reuters - Director Woody Allen says the 1992 scandal that shattered his relationship with actress Mia Farrow and led him to marry her adopted daughter, Soon-Yi Previn, was one of the luckiest moments of his life.


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Curtis Says She's Passing on Acting Work (AP)
Jamie Lee Curtis arrives to the premiere of her new movie, 'Christmas with the Kranks,' in this Monday, Nov. 15, 2004 file photo, in New York. Curtis, who got her big break in 'John Carpenter's Halloween,' says she's replaced acting with creative work that is more conducive to raising a family. 'I write books for children, (and) I'm a photographer,' the 46-year-old actress told 'Access Hollywood' in an interview set to air Monday night.  (AP Photo/Diane Bondaref, FILE)AP - Jamie Lee Curtis, who got her big break in "John Carpenter's Halloween," says she's replaced acting with creative work that is more conducive to raising a family.


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Conductor Skitch Henderson Dies at Age 87 (AP)
New York Pops founder and conductor Skitch Henderson conducts a rehearsal of the orchestra at New York's Carnegie Hall Friday, Nov. 19, 2004. At 87, the onetime bandleader for the 'Tonight Show' is this season conducting his Carnegie Hall-based New York Pops Orchestra in 17 concerts. Henderson, the Grammy-winning conductor who lent his musical expertise to Frank Sinatra and Bing Crosby before founding the New York Pops and becoming the first 'Tonight Show' bandleader, died Monday Oct. 31, 2005. He was 87. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)AP - Skitch Henderson, the Grammy-winning conductor who lent his musical expertise to Frank Sinatra and Bing Crosby before founding the New York Pops and becoming the first "Tonight Show" bandleader, died Tuesday. He was 87.


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Latin Grammys returning to roots (Reuters)
In this file photo, Puerto Rican singer Ricky Martin poses for photographers in Barcelona October 5, 2005. After being broadcast in English to dwindling TV audiences in recent years, the recording industry's Latin Grammy Awards will be broadcast in Spanish for the first time on November 3. Martin is one artist that crossed over into the U.S. pop scene, followed by Jennifer Lopez, Marc Anthony and Enrique Iglesias. (Gustau Nacarino/Reuters)Reuters - After being broadcast in English to dwindling TV audiences in recent years, the recording industry's Latin Grammy Awards will be broadcast in Spanish for the first time on Thursday.


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Lohan, Duff, Crow Added to AMAs (AP)
AP - Lindsay Lohan, Hilary Duff and Sheryl Crow have been added to the lineup of performers for the "2005 American Music Awards."

Depeche Mode scraps Ft. Lauderdale tour opener (Reuters)
Reuters - British synth-pop band Depeche Mode has canceled its planned North American tour opener scheduled for Wednesday at Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. due to power outages and curfew limitations resulting from Hurricane Wilma.

Sprint launches music service, fast network (Reuters)
Reuters - The No. 3 U.S. mobile service, Sprint Nextel Corp., has introduced a wireless music download service using phones from Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. and Sanyo Electric Co. Ltd..

Sheryl Crow Will Perform at NFL Halftime (AP)
Singer Sheryl Crow speaks at a press conference where it was announced she will be the headline performer for the Dallas Cowboys Thanksgiving Day home game, at the Salvation Army's Times Square facility in New York, Tuesday, Nov.1, 2005. The halftime show during Dallas' annual Thanksgiving Day game officially kicks off the Salvation Army's annual fund raising Red Kettle Christmas campaign.  (AP Photo/Shiho Fukada).AP - Sheryl Crow will perform at halftime of the Thanksgiving game between Denver and Dallas in support of The Salvation Army's Red Kettle Christmas campaign.


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The Strokes settle on 'Earth' songs (Reuters)
Reuters - The Strokes have selected the 14 songs that will be found on their third album, "First Impressions of Earth."

Kid Rock to Appear on 'Stacked' (AP)
AP - Kid Rock will make a guest appearance on ex-fiancee Pamela Anderson's comedy series, "Stacked."

Jessica Simpson Saw Therapist Over Rumors (AP)
Director Jay Chandrasekhar, poses with actress and singer Jessica Simpson (C) and actor Johnny Knoxville (L) at the Los Angeles premiere of Warner Brothers pictures 'The Dukes of Hazzard' at the Grauman's Chinese theatre in Hollywood July 28, 2005. 'Beerfest' will be the next film from the Broken Lizard comics, the troupe behind such productions as 'Super Troopers' and 'Club Dread.' The Broken Lizard group -- which consists of Chandrasekhar, Kevin Heffernan, Steve Lemme, Paul Soter and Erik Stolhanske -- wrote the script and will act in it. Chandrasekhar, who directs the group's films (and also shot 'The Dukes of Hazzard'), continues in the same capacity. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)AP - Jessica Simpson says the relentless gossip about her marriage to Nick Lachey drove her to visit a therapist.


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People En Espanol Names 'Star of the Year' (AP)
Paulina Rubio poses for photographers backstage at the 2005 MTV Video Music Awards on Aug. 28, 2005 at the American Airlines Arena in Miami.  Rubio has been named 'Star of the Year' by People en Espanol. The Mexican pop star graces the cover of the magazine's latest issue, on newsstands next Monday, Nov. 7, 2005. (AP Photo/Alan Diaz)AP - Paulina Rubio, already known as "the golden girl," has been named "Star of the Year" by People en Espanol.


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