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Rocker Juanes Wins 3 Latin Grammy Awards (AP)
Juanes, of Colombia,  accepts the award for best rock song for 'Nada Valgo Sin Tu Amor' during the 6th annual Latin Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, Thursday, Nov. 3, 2005. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)AP - Colombian rocker Juanes won three awards and Spanish crooner Alejandro Sanz won two at Thursday's revamped Latin Grammys, which were broadcast in Spanish for the first time and showcased an expanding range of genres.


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Mike Wallace Interviewed by Son Chris (AP)
This photo released by Fox TV News shows 'Fox News Sunday' host Chris Wallace, left, pointing at his father, Mike Wallace, a CBS '60 Minutes' correspondent, during taping Thursday, Nov. 3, 2005 of the television show in New York. Their talk represents the first time father and son had crossed paths professionally in careers that together stretches three-quarters of a century.The elder Wallace spoke about his memoir show for the show that will be aired Sunday, Nov. 6. (AP Photo/ Fox News,2MK Studio)AP - Before arriving at a TV studio Thursday for an interview to promote his memoir, Mike Wallace had a feeling that hundreds of people who had sat across from him with the cameras rolling would find familiar.


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Michael Jackson Working on Katrina Single (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 - Michael Jackson is close to completing his charity single for Hurricane Katrina relief and hopes to release the song sometime this month, his spokeswoman said Thursday.


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Federline Rap Posted on Internet (AP)
Kevin Federline arrives for a film world premiere on July 10, 2005, in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles.  A track by Federline, husband of singer Britney Spears, was posted on the Internet by Disco D, the producer of his upcoming album, 'The Truth,' to be released next year.(AP Photo/Danny Moloshok)AP - The dawn of Kevin Federline's hip-hop career has begun, though it remains to be seen if it will last past breakfast. A track by Federline was posted on the Internet by Disco D, the producer of his upcoming album, "The Truth," to be released next year.


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Young Springsteen sparks in 'Born to Run' reissue (Reuters)
Reuters - When Bruce Springsteen handed over a wealth of unlabeled concert film footage from a 1975 show at London's Hammersmith Odeon to editor Thom Zimny in 2004, neither party knew for sure what was inside.

Baldwin, Gellar go 'Hunting' together (Reuters)
Reuters - Alec Baldwin has been cast as Sarah Michelle Gellar's love interest in "The Girls' Guide to Hunting and Fishing," the film's producers said Thursday.

Rocker Juanes Wins 3 Latin Grammy Awards (AP)
Juanes, of Colombia,  accepts the award for best rock song for 'Nada Valgo Sin Tu Amor' during the 6th annual Latin Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, Thursday, Nov. 3, 2005. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)AP - Colombian rocker Juanes won three awards and Spanish crooner Alejandro Sanz won two at Thursday's revamped Latin Grammys, which were broadcast in Spanish for the first time and showcased an expanding range of genres.


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Embattled Exec Resigns From CPB Board (AP)
AP - The former chairman of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, under fire for promoting conservative programming, resigned Thursday from the corporation's board after the panel reviewed an investigative report on his activities.

Tomlinson quits US public broadcasting board (Reuters)
Reuters - Kenneth Tomlinson, the former board chairman of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting accused by critics of trying to politicize public television and radio, has resigned from the board, it said on Thursday.

Audrey Ashley, First Lady of Canadian Drama Critics, Honored by Fellow Scribes (Playbill)
Playbill - Audrey Ashley, the retired theatre critic of The Ottawa Citizen in Ontario, will be honored by her colleagues Nov. 7 when she makes an appearance to present the newly-created Audrey M. Ashley Award at the annual awards ceremony of the Capital Critics Circle.

Baldwin, Gellar go 'Hunting' together (Reuters)
Reuters - Alec Baldwin has been cast as Sarah Michelle Gellar's love interest in "The Girls' Guide to Hunting and Fishing," the film's producers said Thursday.

Favreau captain of his own ship on 'Zathura' (Reuters)
Reuters - Sometimes it takes a while to figure out what you're good at.

Box office banking on 'Chicken' coup (Reuters)
Reuters - Hollywood is looking desperately for its next box office hero, and all eyes this weekend are on "Chicken Little," Walt Disney Studios' first homegrown computer-animated film.

Film to explore the mind of John Lennon's killer (Reuters)
Actor Jared Leto arrives at a screening of the film 'Alexander' in New York, November 22, 2004. Twenty-five years after the murder of former Beatle John Lennon, a Canadian-based film company is set to explore the mind of his killer in a movie starring Lindsay Lohan and Jared Leto, backers of the project said on Thursday. (Chip East/Reuters)Reuters - Twenty-five years after the murder of former Beatle John Lennon, a Canadian-based film company is set to explore the mind of his killer in a movie starring Lindsay Lohan and Jared Leto, backers of the project said on Thursday.


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Lohan Imagines Lennon Flick (E! Online)
Just days after signing on to Bobby, Emilio Estevez's low-budget 
 ensemble drama about the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy, the 
 erstwhile Mean Girl is now set to star opposite Jared Leto in Chapter 
 27, an indie film centering on the 1980 murder of John Lennon.E! Online - Just days after signing on to Bobby, Emilio Estevez's low-budget ensemble drama about the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy, the erstwhile Mean Girl is now set to star opposite Jared Leto in Chapter 27, an indie film centering on the 1980 murder of John Lennon.


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Young Springsteen sparks in 'Born to Run' reissue (Reuters)
Reuters - When Bruce Springsteen handed over a wealth of unlabeled concert film footage from a 1975 show at London's Hammersmith Odeon to editor Thom Zimny in 2004, neither party knew for sure what was inside.

Imax results disappoint, stock falls 11 pct (Reuters)
Reuters - Imax Corp. reported a weaker-than-expected 27 percent rise in third-quarter profit on Thursday as sales at the maker of big-screen movie systems came in below its own forecast.

Jennifer Aniston tackles infidelity in 'Derailed' (Reuters)
In this file picture, actress Jennifer Aniston poses backstage at the 9th annual Hollywood Film Festival Hollywood Awards gala in Beverly Hills October 24, 2005. In Aniston's new movie 'Derailed,' she plays a woman with a shaky marriage who has a steamy affair. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - For actress Jennifer Aniston, the release of her new movie "Derailed," in which she plays a woman with a shaky marriage who has a steamy affair, might have been better timed.


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Rekha, Nana Patekar to Star in Ghosh Film (AP)
AP - Rekha, the former heartthrob of millions of Indian movie-goers, will co-star with character actor Nana Patekar in Goutam Ghosh's next Hindi film.

'Schindler's List' Co-Producer in Prison (AP)
AP - The Polish co-producer of the Oscar-winning film "Schindler's List," who served part of a two-year prison sentence on bribery charges before being temporarily released for health reasons, was returned to jail Thursday.

Rocker Juanes Wins 3 Latin Grammy Awards (AP)
Juanes, of Colombia,  accepts the award for best rock song for 'Nada Valgo Sin Tu Amor' during the 6th annual Latin Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, Thursday, Nov. 3, 2005. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)AP - Colombian rocker Juanes won three awards and Spanish crooner Alejandro Sanz won two at Thursday's revamped Latin Grammys, which were broadcast in Spanish for the first time and showcased an expanding range of genres.


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A Complete List of Latin Grammy Winners (AP)
AP - Record: "Tu No Tienes Alma" by Alejandro Sanz.

R. Kelly Continues 'Trapped in the Closet' (AP)
Singer R. Kelly poses for photographers as he arrives on the white carpet of the 2005 MTV Video Music Awards on Aug. 28, 2005, at the American Airlines Arena in Miami.  Parts one through twelve of his 'Trapped in the Closet' saga, the dramatic, over-the-top cheating story, were released on DVD this week. Kelly actually had 22 chapters completed  'and (it's) still going' he told The Associated Press. (AP Photo/Jeff Christensen)AP - The videos for parts one through twelve of the dramatic, over-the-top cheating story were released on DVD this week. Kelly says he actually has 22 chapters completed — "and (it's) still going." And he plans to release them all on DVD.


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Michael Jackson Working on Katrina Single (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 - Michael Jackson is close to completing his charity single for Hurricane Katrina relief and hopes to release the song sometime this month, his spokeswoman said Thursday.


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MySpace Launches Record Label (AP)
AP - The social networking Web site MySpace.com has launched its own record label in a joint venture with Interscope Records hoping to capitalize on its broad reach among music-savvy consumers.

Arcade Fire flames out at MTV college awards (Reuters)
Reuters - David Bowie, Elton John and Beck may love Arcade Fire, but U.S. college students aren't as thrilled about the acclaimed Montreal rock band, which was snubbed at an MTV awards show targeted to the college crowd.

Beach Boys Feud Feud Feud (E! Online)
E! Online - Beach Boys member Mike Love has filed a lawsuit against former band mate Brian Wilson over Smile--the famously unfinished Beach Boys opus that Wilson completed and released on his own last year to much acclaim, and at Love's expense.

AOL buys Circuit City's music subscription service (Reuters)
Reuters - AOL said on Thursday it bought Circuit City Stores Inc.'s digital music subscription service MusicNow LLC, a move that thrusts Time Warner Inc.'s Internet unit into competition with RealNetworks, Yahoo, Napster and other subscription services.

Eric Clapton renews deal with Reprise Records (Reuters)
Reuters - Eric Clapton has renewed his deal with Reprise Records, for whom he has recorded since 1983.

'60s Scene Gets Another Global Revival (AP)
Rena and Glen Durrant lounging pose in their retro op-art '60s house, Thursday, July 8, 2005, in Montrose, Calif. Forty years after it zoomed out of the postwar London streets with colorful styles, soulful music and its own lingo, a growing international community of party-going hipsters are grooving to a new Mod scene from Tokyo to Paris.  (AP Photo/Mark J. Terril)AP - A banner reading "1966" hangs above DJ Rena Durrant and her turntables at Club Satisfaction in Hollywood. On the dance floor, doe-eyed girls in polyester A-line dresses and bobbed hair shimmy and shake alongside boys in three-button suits and Beatle boots. A '60s R&B tune fills the room.


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