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CNN's Aaron Brown Leaving the Network (AP)
CNN news anchor Aaron Brown poses in one of the all-news network's New York studios Oct. 18, 2001.  Brown, once one of CNN's most prominent anchors, is leaving the network after a shakeup that gives his prime-time slot to rising star Anderson Cooper and expands it to two hours.(AP Photo/Gino Domenico)AP - Aaron Brown, once one of CNN's most prominent anchors, is leaving the network after a shakeup that gives his prime-time slot to rising star Anderson Cooper and expands it to two hours.


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Buttafuoco Selling Ice Cream on TV Sets (AP)
Joey Buttafuoco who made national headlines a decade ago when his 17-year-old girlfriend shot his wife in the face, listens during a hearing on Jan. 7, 2004, in Los Angeles. Buttafuoco was facing three charges of insurance fraud and one count of grand theft involving his San Fernando Valley body shop.   Buttafuoco is working on ABC's 'Desperate Housewives' -- at the show's concession stand.  Buttafuoco is working in craft services on the Hollywood sets of TV shows, according to a story in the latest issue of Inside TV.(AP Photo/Nick Ut)AP - Joey Buttafuoco is working on ABC's "Desperate Housewives" — at the show's concession stand, anyway.


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50 Cent Disagrees With Kanye West (AP)
Singer 50 Cent arrives on for the MTV Video Music Awards  Aug. 28, 2005 at the American Airlines Arena in Miami. 50 says he disagrees with fellow singer Kanye West's famous statement that 'George Bush doesn't care about black people,' proclaimed during a September telethon for Hurricane Katrina victims. He told  ContactMusic.com. 'What Kanye West was saying, I don't know where that came from.'(AP Photo/Jeff Christensen)AP - Rap feuds aren't usually about differing opinions on President Bush. However, that appears to be the case between 50 Cent and Kanye West.


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Tyra Banks Goes Undercover As Obese Woman (AP)
In this photo provided by Warner Bros., model Heidi Klum, left, dances with talk show host and model Tyra Banks while taping the 'Secrets of the Supermodels,' episode of 'The Tyra Banks Show,' Thursday, Oct. 20, 2005, in Los Angeles. The episode is to air Nov. 3. (AP Photo/Warner Bros., Mike Rozman)AP - Tyra Banks has gone undercover as a 350-pound woman. Banks wore the fat suit to experience what it's like to be obese.


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Beatle Harrison's concert still aiding Bangladesh (Reuters)
George Harrison is shown outside London's High Court in this May 6, 1998 file photo. (Kieran Doherty/File Photo/Reuters)Reuters - Long before Katrina and tsunami relief, Live 8 and Live AID, former Beatle George Harrison assembled an all-star concert that cast the mold for celebrity charity, and with a new DVD and remixed songs, "The Concert for Bangladesh" is raising money again.


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'Chicken Little' takes flight in 3-D (Reuters)
Reuters - After four months of scrambling to secure deals and install the technology, Disney Digital 3-D is finally ready for its close-up.

Springsteen chased out of Ft. Lauderdale by Wilma (Reuters)
Reuters - With much of Florida still recovering from Hurricane Wilma, Bruce Springsteen has been forced to cancel his November 3 solo acoustic show near Ft. Lauderdale because of officials' concerns about public safety.

NBC ready for crime-time with Sleuth channel (Reuters)
Reuters - NBC Universal is booking a new crime-themed cable channel with Time Warner Cable, the company said Wednesday.

'Chicken Little' takes flight in 3-D (Reuters)
Reuters - After four months of scrambling to secure deals and install the technology, Disney Digital 3-D is finally ready for its close-up.

Blood, Sweat and Felt: Broadway's 'Avenue Q' Offers "One Night Stand" for Puppet Hopefuls (Playbill)
Playbill - Aspiring puppets now have a shot at their big break as Avenue Q offers a "One Night Stand" contest on Broadway.

'Chicken Little' takes flight in 3-D (Reuters)
Reuters - After four months of scrambling to secure deals and install the technology, Disney Digital 3-D is finally ready for its close-up.

Saget roasts 'Penguins' in mockumentary (Reuters)
Reuters - Comedian Bob Saget is writing, directing and will narrate "Farce of the Penguins," a mockumentary inspired by the box office hit "March of the Penguins."

Lohan, Leto shooting Lennon film -- Variety (Reuters)
Reuters - Lindsay Lohan and Jared Leto will star in an independent movie about the murder of former Beatle John Lennon, Daily Variety said in its Thursday edition.

Three's a crowd in 'Postmodern Family' (Reuters)
Reuters - The line between documentary filmmaking and reality TV gets further blurred in "Three of Hearts: A Postmodern Family," a portrait of a marital relationship among three adults.

'Batman Begins' repeats atop DVD sales chart (Reuters)
Reuters - Three new releases all out on the same day couldn't bump "Batman Begins" from the top of the preliminary national DVD sales chart for the week ending October 30.

Top-flight titles target post-holiday DVD rush (Reuters)
Reuters - Although the jury is still out on the ultimate strength or weakness of the fourth quarter, studio DVD marketers are charging ahead with plans for next year.

Four years at Newport - Times were a-changin' (Reuters)
Reuters - "Life is funny," says the Academy Award-winning documentarian Murray Lerner. "The use (of my footage) in the Dylan thing got people re-interested in me."

Stone Begins Shooting 9/11 Movie in N.Y. (AP)
Former Port Authority police officer Will Jimeno, actor Nicolas Cage, director Oliver Stone and John McLoughlin (L-R) pose on the set of Paramount Pictures' untitled World Trade Center project, in New York October 30, 2005. Cage portrays the former Port Authority Police officer McLoughlin in the film directed by Oliver Stone.
REUTERS/Albert Ferreira/HandoutAP - Oliver Stone has begun shooting one of the first Hollywood films about Sept. 11 in New York — without recreating the large-scale devastation that's all too familiar to residents who lived through the 2001 attacks.


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Famous Parrots Face Eviction in Calif. (AP)
Author Mark Bittner looks at his pet parrot 'Phoenix' as it rests on his shoulder Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2005, at his home in San Francisco. The famed 'Wild Parrots of Telegraph Hill', who have been the subject of a book and motion picture, are facing eviction from a pair of weathered Monterey cypress trees where generations of the birds hid from hawks and even served as makeshift shelters for young parrots. Phoenix is an injured parrot Bittner adopted and nursed to health. (AP Photo/Ben Margot)AP - A flock of wild parrots that took up residence on a hill overlooking the bay, becoming the subject of a documentary and best-selling book, were nowhere to be seen after one of their perches was cut down and two others faced a similar fate.


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Warner Bros. Fires Up to 300 Employees (AP)
AP - Warner Bros. Entertainment said Wednesday it has fired between 250 and 300 employees as a cost-cutting measure.

Springsteen chased out of Ft. Lauderdale by Wilma (Reuters)
Reuters - With much of Florida still recovering from Hurricane Wilma, Bruce Springsteen has been forced to cancel his November 3 solo acoustic show near Ft. Lauderdale because of officials' concerns about public safety.

Met Opera Continues Mozart Tribute (AP)
AP - It was the season's first performance of Mozart's "Le Nozze di Figaro" ("The Marriage of Figaro") at the Metropolitan Opera, but the cast still had a tough act to follow — at least during Act I.

Guitar icon Les Paul looks back on 90 years (Reuters)
Reuters - Les Paul -- nonpareil guitarist, inventor and studio innovator -- turned 90 on June 9. He celebrated the occasion with the August 30 release of an all-star Capitol/EMI album, "Les Paul and Friends: American Made World Played," a rock album featuring such guitar icons as Jeff Beck, Eric Clapton, Keith Richards and Billy Gibbons. Paul recently looked back on his career with The Hollywood Reporter music editor Chris Morris.

A Magic display of genre hopscotch and sibling revelry (Reuters)
Reuters - The first song opened with an ancient blues riff, then careened into a playfully rocked-up mid-'60s L.A. folk sound. The next had a Summer of Love vibe and enough oooh-ahhh backing vocals to be a "Pet Sounds" outtake. And on it went.

Latin Grammys to Be Broadcast in Spanish (AP)
Actress Sandra Vidal arrives for a tribute concert for Mexican balladeer Jose Jose, recipient of the 2005 Latin Recording Academy 'Person of the Year' award in Beverly Hills, Calif., on Tuesday, Nov.1 2005. The 6th Annual Latin Grammy Awards take place Thursday. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)AP - When presenters crack jokes and artists make acceptance speeches during Thursday's 6th Annual Latin Grammy Awards, they'll be doing something natural for them but novel for the show — speaking in Spanish.


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Queen Leaving Las Vegas (E! Online)
Queen won't be rocking you on the Las Vegas Strip much longer.E! Online - Queen won't be rocking you on the Las Vegas Strip much longer.


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Destiny's Child tops U.S. chart with hits package (Reuters)
Reuters - R&B trio Destiny's Child's "#1's" lived up to its misleading title with a chart-topping bow on the U.S. albums chart Wednesday, although sales fell far short of those for its previous No. 1 release.

Child Play on Charts (E! Online)
Destiny's Child knows how to make a grand exit; 'N Sync, not so 
 much.E! Online - Destiny's Child knows how to make a grand exit; 'N Sync, not so much.


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50 Cent Disagrees With Kanye West (AP)
Singer 50 Cent arrives on for the MTV Video Music Awards  Aug. 28, 2005 at the American Airlines Arena in Miami. 50 says he disagrees with fellow singer Kanye West's famous statement that 'George Bush doesn't care about black people,' proclaimed during a September telethon for Hurricane Katrina victims. He told  ContactMusic.com. 'What Kanye West was saying, I don't know where that came from.'(AP Photo/Jeff Christensen)AP - Rap feuds aren't usually about differing opinions on President Bush. However, that appears to be the case between 50 Cent and Kanye West.


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Jackson Patriarch Searches for New Stars (AP)
Pop star Michael Jackson's father, Joe Jackson, smiles at his son's fans as he arrives at the Santa Barbara County Courthouse, in this March 24, 2005, file photo  in Santa Maria, Calif.   (AP Photo/Michael A. Mariant/FILE)AP - Using a senior citizen to hype a rap contest doesn't seem like the smartest marketing ploy, especially when the man in question can't name any rap songs but knows he likes the ones "with the singing in it."


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