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Actress Brooke Burns Hospitalized (AP)
AP - Actress Brooke Burns was hospitalized after diving into her backyard pool and hitting her head, her agent said Monday.

Martha Stewart's 'Apprentice' to End (AP)
Lifestyle trendsetter Martha Stewart attends a news conference for her new syndicated series 'Martha in New York August 25, 2005. REUTERS/Shannon StapletonAP - Donald Trump will soon have "The Apprentice" to himself: Martha Stewart's version of the NBC reality series is ending next month.


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CMA Hopes Show Raises Country Profile (AP)
Ed Benson, executive director of the Country Music Association, talks April 30, 2001, in Nashville, Tenn. To hear Ed Benson tell it, moving the Country Music Association awards show from Nashville to New York will help Nashville.  The awards, which air Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2005, on CBS, have been in Nashville since 1967. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey, File)AP - Moving the Country Music Association awards show from Nashville to New York seemed to make as much sense as a Toby Keith-Barbra Streisand duet.


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Rap Mogul Set for Trial in Laundering Case (AP)
Irv Gotti, CEO of Murder Inc. Records,  a news conference in New York, Dec. 3, 2003. Lorenzo, 34, and his brother Christopher, 38, were scheduled to go on trial on Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2005, accused of laundering drug money for a notorious crack kingpin. The federal racketeering case mixes elements of corporate scandal -- Murder Inc. is partly owned by Def Jam, a subsidiary of Universal Music -- with inside glimpses of feuds in the rap world.(AP Photo/Diane Bondareff)AP - When a brash disc jockey named Irving Lorenzo decided to call himself "Irv Gotti" and start a music label called Murder Inc. in the late 1990s, he said it was all about selling records. Records by stars like Ashanti and Ja Rule sold in the millions, turning Lorenzo into a rap mogul.


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PBS wants to be top banana (USATODAY.com)
USATODAY.com - Coming off a rocky period in which its budget was threatened on Capitol Hill, one of its shows came under fire for featuring lesbians, and the former chairman of its main funding source, The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, resigned after criticism of his leadership, the Public Broadcasting System is now focusing on one of its most important franchises - kids.

'Chicken Little' Stays Atop Box Office (AP)
AP - Disney's animated "Chicken Little" stayed atop the box office pecking order, pulling in more than $31 million during the weekend.

Four singer-songwriters trade unplugged riffs (Reuters)
Reuters - In Nashville, they call it a guitar pull.

Jon Stewart Wins Thurber Prize for Humor (AP)
AP - For a funny guy, Jon Stewart is starting to collect some serious prizes.

Study finds TiVo losing ground among DVR users (Reuters)
Reuters - TiVo Inc. has created a digital video recorder with a name that has worked its way into the American lexicon, but its reputation among users and would-be users is beginning to erode amid generic competitors, according to a new study that relies on Internet buzz to study consumers' opinion.

'Rashomon' receives exuberant musical retelling (Reuters)
Reuters - Michael John LaChiusa has a reputation for being an intellectual's composer-lyricist -- a man whose complex music meets high academic standards but rarely excites emotions ("The Wild Party") and a book writer whose plot lines can be too intricate to follow ("Marie Christine"). Consumer-friendly fare like "Hairspray" and "The Producers" is not his style.

Berlin fest to showcase '50s female stars (Reuters)
Reuters - Pouting pinups and femme fatales will be the focus of the Berlin Film Festival's Retrospective, which will look at female film stars of the 1950s, organizers said Friday.

Depp delivers riveting turn as antihero of 'Libertine' (Reuters)
Actor Johnny Depp listens as he is being interviewed when he arrived for the world premiere of his new film 'The Libertine' during the AFI Fest 2005 in Hollywood November 11, 2005. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - Having created an indelible rogue's gallery of lovable freaks and nonconformists, Johnny Depp ventures deep into the realm of the monstrous in the demanding film "The Libertine."


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'Flightplan' soars to top as market awaits 'Harry' (Reuters)
Reuters - The anticipated year-end boxoffice bonanza at the overseas market gets under way this coming weekend as Warner Bros. unleashes "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire," the fourth in the series of film adaptations of J.K. Rowling's wildly successful books.

Fiennes, Richardson shine in romantic 'Countess' (Reuters)
Reuters - Notable as the final collaboration between director James Ivory and producer Ismail Merchant, who died in May, "The White Countess" is a typically classy period piece that fits in well with the pair's considerable oeuvre.

Hollywood unions seek curb on product promotions (Reuters)
Reuters - Two Hollywood unions called on Monday for new limits on the practice of weaving commercial brands into the story lines of movies and TV shows, saying so-called product placement has gotten out of hand.

'Chicken Little' Stays Atop Box Office (AP)
AP - Disney's animated "Chicken Little" stayed atop the box office pecking order, pulling in more than $31 million during the weekend.

"Chicken" Rules Roost (E! Online)
For the second straight weekend, the Disney 'toon remained the top draw 
 at the megaplex, feathering its news with a very big egg: $31.7 million 
 from Friday through Sunday, according to studio figures compiled by 
 Exhibitor Relations.E! Online - For the second straight weekend, the Disney 'toon remained the top draw at the megaplex, feathering its news with a very big egg: $31.7 million from Friday through Sunday, according to studio figures compiled by Exhibitor Relations.


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Johnny Depp Talks Moss, Movies at AFI Fest (AP)
Actor Johnny Depp listens as he is being interviewed when he arrived for the world premiere of his new film 'The Libertine' during the AFI Fest 2005 in Hollywood November 11, 2005. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)AP - Johnny Depp was honored at AFI Fest 2005 with a career tribute and the premiere of his new film, "The Libertine."


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Phoenix Finds His Voice As Johnny Cash (AP)
Joaquin Phoenix, who portrays Johnny Cash arrives at the premiere of the motion picture 'Walk The Line', Sunday, Nov. 13, 2005 at the Beacon Theater in New York. (AP Photo/Stephen Chernin)AP - When Joaquin Phoenix set out to become the Man in Black, the one easy step was the first one. He bought a guitar.


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Law Joins Miller at 'Casanova' Pemiere (AP)
'Casanova' cast members, from left, Lena Olin, Charlie Cox, Sienna Miller and Natalie Dormer pose together at the North American premiere of the film during the closing night of the AFI Fest 2005 at the Arclight Theater in Los Angeles, Sunday, Nov. 13, 2005. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)AP - Jude Law and Sienna Miller are on again.


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Four singer-songwriters trade unplugged riffs (Reuters)
Reuters - In Nashville, they call it a guitar pull.

Mariah Tops Melee-Free Vibe Awards (E! Online)
Mariah Carey was the feel-good story at this weekend's Vibe 
 Music Awards. That the show went off without any stabbings, 
 hospitalizations or arrests made all involved feel pretty good, too.E! Online - Mariah Carey was the feel-good story at this weekend's Vibe Music Awards. That the show went off without any stabbings, hospitalizations or arrests made all involved feel pretty good, too.


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Motley Crue extends tour into 2006 (Reuters)
Motley Crue singer Vince Neil performs during a sold-out show at The Joint inside the Hard Rock Hotel  and  Casino in his hometown of Las Vegas, Nevada March 20, 2005. (Ethan Miller/Reuters)Reuters - Having racked up an improbably successful reunion tour this year, Motley Crue is heading back on the road in 2006.


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Disagreement Puts Shortlist Prize on Hold (AP)
Shortlist co-founders Greg Spotts, left, and Tom Sarig pose in the offices of MCA Records in New York, Sept. 20, 2002.  There will be no Shortlist prize this year. Instead, co-founder Tom Sarig has a new award to replace it: the New Pantheon, which, like the Shortlist, will be determined by an eclectic jury of musicians, performers and journalists. Spotts has promised legal action if Sarig goes ahead with his plan. (AP Photo/Jim Copper)AP - In its four-year history, the Shortlist Music Prize has become a coveted industry honor, shining a spotlight on artists who have made exceptional albums that have fallen under the mainstream radar.


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Rap Mogul Set for Trial in Laundering Case (AP)
Irv Gotti, CEO of Murder Inc. Records,  a news conference in New York, Dec. 3, 2003. Lorenzo, 34, and his brother Christopher, 38, were scheduled to go on trial on Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2005, accused of laundering drug money for a notorious crack kingpin. The federal racketeering case mixes elements of corporate scandal -- Murder Inc. is partly owned by Def Jam, a subsidiary of Universal Music -- with inside glimpses of feuds in the rap world.(AP Photo/Diane Bondareff)AP - When a brash disc jockey named Irving Lorenzo decided to call himself "Irv Gotti" and start a music label called Murder Inc. in the late 1990s, he said it was all about selling records. Records by stars like Ashanti and Ja Rule sold in the millions, turning Lorenzo into a rap mogul.


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Elton John Brings Las Vegas Show to TV (AP)
Singer k.d. lang performs Elton John's song 'Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word' at the 14th annual Ella awards at the Beverly Hilton hotel in Beverly Hills on October 10, 2005. The singer is suing her former business manager alleging hundreds of thousands, or possibly missions, of fees were fraudulently withdrawn from her account. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)AP - Elton John brings his Las Vegas show to television with his first NBC special, "Elton John: The Red Piano," on Dec. 14.


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Dessay to Miss 'Romeo and Juliette' Debut (AP)
French coloratura soprano Natalie Dessay sings the title role in 'Lucia di Lammermoor,' at the Lyric Opera, on Jan. 21, 2004, in Chicago. Dessay was too ill to perform in the Metropolitan Opera's  production premiere of Gounod's 'Romeo et Juliette,' on Monday, Nov. 14, 2005. (AP Photo/Stephen J. Carrera)AP - Natalie Dessay was too ill to perform in the premiere of the Metropolitan Opera's production of Gounod's "Romeo et Juliette."


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CMA Hopes Show Raises Country Profile (AP)
Ed Benson, executive director of the Country Music Association, talks April 30, 2001, in Nashville, Tenn. To hear Ed Benson tell it, moving the Country Music Association awards show from Nashville to New York will help Nashville.  The awards, which air Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2005, on CBS, have been in Nashville since 1967. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey, File)AP - Moving the Country Music Association awards show from Nashville to New York seemed to make as much sense as a Toby Keith-Barbra Streisand duet.


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Simmons Suit Won't Go Away (E! Online)
Gene Simmons may have put the 'x' in sex, but a former girlfriend 
 of the rocker now has the green light to put the 's' in sue.E! Online - Gene Simmons may have put the "x" in sex, but a former girlfriend of the rocker now has the green light to put the "s" in sue.


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'Idol' Winner Poised for Nashville (AP)
AP - Along with releases by Kenny Chesney and Big & Rich, the most anticipated country album this fall might be Carrie Underwood's "Some Hearts."

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