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Spoiled Daddy's Girl Gets Killed on 'Lost' (AP)
Actress Maggie Grace is shown Sept. 17, 2005, in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles. Shannon Rutherford on 'Lost,' played by Grace, was apparently killed off Wednesday night, Nov. 9, 2005, as the ABC thriller made good on its promise to eliminate one of its characters. (AP Photo/Chris Weeks, File)AP - It would seem to be lights out for Shannon on "Lost." The spoiled Daddy's girl was apparently killed off Wednesday night as the ABC thriller made good on its promise to eliminate one of its characters.


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Chicago Deejay Sues Rapper Kanye West (AP)
Singer Kanye West appears on stage during MTV's 'Total Request Live' show at the MTV Times Square Studios, Monday, Nov. 7, 2005 in New York. A deejay who was sued earlier this year by West to keep him from distributing some of West's unreleased songs filed a countersuit against the rapper on Friday, Oct. 28, 2005. (AP Photo/Jeff Christensen)AP - A deejay who was sued earlier this year by Kanye West to keep him from distributing some of West's unreleased songs has filed a countersuit against the rapper.


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Paris Hilton Unhurt in Minor Car Crash (AP)
Paris Hilton arrives to promote her new perfume called 'Paris Hilton' at a mall in Sao Paulo, Brazil, in this Sept. 15, 2005 file photo. Hilton was been supoenaed as a witness in a criminal case last week at her Hollywood Hills home. 'She's not charged with anything,' district attorney's spokeswoman Jane Robison said Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2005. 'She just happens to be a witness in this case.' (AP Photo/Alexandre Meneghini, File)AP - Paris Hilton was unhurt early Wednesday in a minor car accident as she left a Hollywood nightclub, said Hilton's publicist, Jack Ketsoyan.


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Study Says There Is More Sex on TV (AP)
Graphic shows prevalence of sexual content on television. (AP Graphic)AP - "The OC," "Desperate Housewives" and other TV shows popular with teenagers generally have more sex than other programs, a study says.


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Lennon's solo catalog to be offered for download (Reuters)
Reuters - John Lennon's entire solo catalog will be made available for Internet download next month, making him the first of the Beatles whose complete body of work outside the Fab Four can be delivered online, his label said on Wednesday.

Post Office Named After Karl Malden (AP)
Karl Malden, right, points to a sign during a ceremony held to dedicate the Barrington Street Post Office to Malden as Kirk Douglas looks on, Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2005 in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)AP - The U.S. Postal Service honored Academy Award-winner Karl Malden on Wednesday by putting his name on a post office.


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Chicago Deejay Sues Rapper Kanye West (AP)
Singer Kanye West appears on stage during MTV's 'Total Request Live' show at the MTV Times Square Studios, Monday, Nov. 7, 2005 in New York. A deejay who was sued earlier this year by West to keep him from distributing some of West's unreleased songs filed a countersuit against the rapper on Friday, Oct. 28, 2005. (AP Photo/Jeff Christensen)AP - A deejay who was sued earlier this year by Kanye West to keep him from distributing some of West's unreleased songs has filed a countersuit against the rapper.


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Victoria's Secret show struts back after hiatus (Reuters)
Supermodel Tyra Banks makes a face on the runway during the Victoria's Secret Fashion show in New York November 9, 2005. (Shannon Stapleton/Reuters)Reuters - The Victoria's Secret fashion show staged an exuberant return on Wednesday evening as the lingerie retailer brought back its sexually-charged runway extravaganza for the first time in two years.


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Acura Defines Turf As Japanese Chase BMW (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - With the upscale divisions of the big-three Japanese automakers all chasing BMW's benchmark 3 Series, it's Acura's turn to zero in on a positioning. It does so in seven new 30-second TV commercials.

Broadway Songs of the Ed Koch Era Will Echo at Museum of the City of NY (Playbill)
Playbill - Composer Charles Strouse will appear in a special cabaret show, "Mayor" & Company 3 PM Nov. 12-13 at the Museum of the City of New York.

Post Office Named After Karl Malden (AP)
Karl Malden, right, points to a sign during a ceremony held to dedicate the Barrington Street Post Office to Malden as Kirk Douglas looks on, Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2005 in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)AP - The U.S. Postal Service honored Academy Award-winner Karl Malden on Wednesday by putting his name on a post office.


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Christine Lahti Wins Film Festival Award (AP)
AP - Oscar winner Christine Lahti received the Susan B. Anthony "Failure Is Impossible" Award at the opening of the High Falls Film Festival Wednesday night.

Aniston Starts Push for Big-Screen Stardom (AP)
Actress Jennifer Aniston poses at the Ritz Carlton Hotel in New York on Tuesday, Nov.  8, 2005. Aniston stars in the thriller 'Derailed,' which opens in theaters Friday, the actress' first film since the television series 'Friends' concluded its 10 year run. (AP Photo/Jim Cooper)AP - With the exposure — or overexposure — of her personal life, it's easy to forget "Derailed" is Jennifer Aniston's first film since "Friends."


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Marvel 3Q Profit Falls to $23.4 Million (AP)
Toby Maguire as Spiderman is shown in photo released by Columbia Pictures' of the movie  'Spider-Man 2.'   Marvel Entertainment Inc., licenser of Spider-Man, the X-Men and other comic book heroes, said Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2005, its third-quarter profit fell 32 percent as revenue plummeted, and forecast a dreary 2006 for licensing revenue.  (AP Photo/Melissa Moseley)AP - Marvel Entertainment Inc. reported a 32 percent plunge in third-quarter profit Wednesday and warned investors its earnings next year would fall well below analysts' forecasts as revenue dries up from the blockbuster success of Spider-Man 2.


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"Revenge" Is Sweet on DVD (E! Online)
After just one week on sale, the DVD for Star Wars: 
 Episode III--Revenge of the Sith and LucasArts' latest videogame, 
 Star Wars Battlefront II, generated a Hutt-sized $210 million in 
 combined worldwide sales, according to figures released Tuesday by 20th 
 Century Fox Home Entertainment.E! Online - After just one week on sale, the DVD for Star Wars: Episode III--Revenge of the Sith and LucasArts' latest videogame, Star Wars Battlefront II, generated a Hutt-sized $210 million in combined worldwide sales, according to figures released Tuesday by 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment.


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Road Rage Case Ends in Conviction (AP)
Actor Mykelti Williamson smiles for photographers at the premiere of the film 'Ali,' in this Dec. 12, 2001 file photo, at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles. A man who allegedly threatened to kill 'Forrest Gump' actor Williamson in a road-rage incident pleaded guilty to possessing a loaded gun.  Ernesto Diaz, 24, of Harbor City, Calif., entered a plea Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2005,  in Superior Court. He faces up to 16 months in state prison when he is sentenced on Jan. 13.   (AP Photo/Rene Macura, File)AP - A man who allegedly threatened to kill "Forrest Gump" actor Mykelti Williamson in a road-rage incident pleaded guilty to possessing a loaded gun.


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Review: 'Sarah Silverman: Jesus Is Magic' (AP)
AP - Sarah Silverman tells jokes about the Holocaust and 9/11, AIDS and slaves, Jesus Christ and her dying grandmother.

Review: 'Bee Season' (AP)
AP - The family saga "Bee Season" has plenty of honey for the brain but little for the heart.

Review: 'Pride and Prejudice' (AP)
AP - Forget "Domino." Keira Knightley probably would like to, as would most critics for whom the movie continues to replay in our brains like some deafening psychotic episode.

Stone Co-Writes Song for Katrina Victims (AP)
Actress Sharon Stone is shown at the release party for her new single 'Come Together Now' at the Roosevelt Hotel in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles, on Monday, Oct. 17, 2005. Stone has taken a musical turn, co-writing with songwriters Denise Rich, Mark Feist and Damon Sharpe on 'Come Together Now,' which will be released as a CD single on Nov. 29, to benefit victims of Hurricane Katrina. (AP Photo/Luis Martinez, File)AP - Sharon Stone has taken a musical turn, co-writing a song to benefit victims of Hurricane Katrina.


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Chicago Deejay Sues Rapper Kanye West (AP)
Singer Kanye West appears on stage during MTV's 'Total Request Live' show at the MTV Times Square Studios, Monday, Nov. 7, 2005 in New York. A deejay who was sued earlier this year by West to keep him from distributing some of West's unreleased songs filed a countersuit against the rapper on Friday, Oct. 28, 2005. (AP Photo/Jeff Christensen)AP - A deejay who was sued earlier this year by Kanye West to keep him from distributing some of West's unreleased songs has filed a countersuit against the rapper.


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Heppner, Voigt Perform in Lincoln Center (AP)
Tenor Ben Heppner, left, and soprano Deborah Voigt perform Wagner's 'Forest Murmurs' from Siegfried, Act II as conductor Asher Fisch leads the orchestra at the Lincoln Center Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2005 in New York. (AP Photo/Julie Jacobson)AP - Wagner enthusiasts streaming out of Avery Fisher Hall after Wednesday night's gala concert could scarcely be blamed for casting an eager eye toward another building nearby in Lincoln Center — the Metropolitan Opera House.


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Santana No Match for "Now" (E! Online)
Without a shaman or some supernatural help, Carlos Santana's 
 All That I Am didn't have enough to beat back the latest Now 
 That's What I Call Music! for chart supremacy this week.E! Online - Without a shaman or some supernatural help, Carlos Santana's All That I Am didn't have enough to beat back the latest Now That's What I Call Music! for chart supremacy this week.


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McCready's Grand Troubles (E! Online)
'This is going to ruin my career. Please don't do this to me.'E! Online - "This is going to ruin my career. Please don't do this to me."


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Judge Spears Britney Song Flap (E! Online)
Such is the 
 verdict of a federal judge in Indianapolis, who has dismissed a 
 copyright-infringement lawsuit brought by an Indiana songwriter against 
 the pop princess over the song 'Sometimes.'E! Online - Such is the verdict of a federal judge in Indianapolis, who has dismissed a copyright-infringement lawsuit brought by an Indiana songwriter against the pop princess over the song "Sometimes."


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Madonna Less Opinionated in New CD (AP)
Madonna arrives at the screening of her documentary 'I'm Gonna Tell You A Secret.', Oct. 18, 2005 in New York. Her new record, 'Confessions on a Dance Floor,' was out Tuesday, Nov. 8. An effervescent celebration of club life, the disc recalls the exhilaration and exuberance of some of her biggest hits, like 'Music' and 'Vogue.' (AP Photo/Stephen Chernin)AP - Madonna certainly has been the embodiment of the adage, "There's no such thing as bad publicity." For years, she expertly used controversy as a sales tactic, as she challenged sexual and social mores with her outlandish antics, defiant attitude, outspoken nature — and, of course, her music.


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Billy Joel returning to the road in January (Reuters)
Reuters - Billy Joel will return to the road as a solo headlining artist for the first time in nearly eight years next January, sources told Billboard.com.

Michael Jackson May Not Live in U.S. Again (AP)
Joseph Jackson, father of popstar Michael Jackson, meets the press in Berlin in this  July 22, 2005 file photo. Michael Jackson will come back to the United States, but it's unlikely the King of Pop would ever make it his home again, says his father.   'He'll come back to visit, but not to stay, not to live,' Joseph Jackson told The Associated Press in a recent interview. (AP Photo/Roberto Pfeil, File)AP - Michael Jackson will come back to the United States, but it's unlikely the King of Pop would ever make it his home again, says his father.


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'NOW 20,' Santana lead pop charts with lower sales (Reuters)
Reuters - With a little help from acts like Franz Ferdinand, Coldplay, Weezer and the Backstreet Boys, the 20th installment of the "NOW! That's What I Call Music" series took the top slot on the U.S. pop album charts Wednesday.

Collection Shows Isaac Hayes' Career (AP)
In this early 1970s photo released in New York by 60 Cycle Media, recording artist/radio personality Isaac Hayes is shown. (AP Photo/HO, Norman Seeff)AP - It's a difficult image to conjure: Isaac Hayes struggling to overcome a nasty case of stage fright.


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