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Peak 'Seinfeld' Seasons to Be Released (AP)
In this 1998 photo, released by Castle Rock Entertainment, from the comedy series 'Seinfeld,' Kramer, played by Michael Richards, shows Jerry his 'Fusilli Jerry.' The episode is part of a 4-disc DVD set of the show's sixth season, released Nov. 22, 2005, along with a season five set. (AP Photo/Copyright 1998, Castle Rock Entertainment)AP - "Seinfeld" has not suffered from shrinkage. Seven years after its finale, not only does the classic sitcom air up to two hours a day in some markets, but the reruns remain fresh enough to spark watercooler chitchat about everything from puffy shirts to mimbos.


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Oprah Agrees to Appear on the 'Late Show' (AP)
AP - Oprah, Dave. Dave, Oprah. The cold war between television titans Oprah Winfrey and David Letterman has thawed to the point where Winfrey has accepted Letterman's invitation to appear on the "Late Show" on Dec. 1.

Patricia Heaton to Debut in New Movie (AP)
Patricia Heaton, who won two Emmys for her role on the CBS sitcom 'Everybody Loves Raymond,' poses for a photo on Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2005, in Beverly Hills, Calif. Heaton now stars in TNT's 'The Engagement Ring,' a romantic story about how fate intervenes in the family history of rival vintners of Italian heritage in California's Napa Valley. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)AP - Her nine years playing a no-nonsense wife on the CBS hit sitcom "Everybody Loves Raymond" proved to Patricia Heaton that family strife has universal appeal.


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Dylan Poetry Sells for $78K at Christie's (AP)
AP - A collection of poems written by Minnesota college student Robert Zimmerman — later to become the "voice of a generation" as Bob Dylan — sold for $78,000 at an auction of rock and pop memorabilia.

Bob Dylan's college poetry auctioned (Reuters)
Bob Dylan sits on stage before receiving his honorary Doctor of Music degree during a ceremony at St Andrews University, Scotland, June 23, 2004. A collection of poems written by Dylan as a student at the University of Minnesota in 1960 sold for $78,000 on Monday in a Rock  and  Pop Memorabilia auction at Christie's. The 16 pages of poems hand-written in pencil formed the earliest Dylan manuscript ever offered for auction and it fetched the highest auction price to date for the acclaimed songwriter, according to Christie's. (David Cheskin/POOL/Reuters)Reuters - A collection of poems written by legendary rock poet Bob Dylan as a student at the University of Minnesota in 1960 sold for $78,000 on Monday in a Rock & Pop Memorabilia auction at Christie's.


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Director fits 'Bill' for family comedy (Reuters)
Reuters - Dean Parisot ("Galaxy Quest") has signed on to direct "The Bill From My Father," a comedy that will explore the theme of the universal expectations between parents and kids.

"Bunnymen" get NYC hopping (Reuters)
Reuters - The highly influential, curiously named post-punk British ensemble Echo and the Bunnymen romanced the sold-out crowd at New York's Irving Plaza on Sunday with an intimate evening of lush melodies and mournful pop spanning 25 years of the band's career.

INTERVIEW: Ted Koppel reflects on storied career (Reuters)
Reuters - During his 42 years at ABC News and 26-year run on "Nightline," Ted Koppel has seen -- and reported -- it all.

Veteran journalist Hugh Sidey dies (Reuters)
Reuters - Veteran Time magazine correspondent Hugh Sidey, who chronicled U.S. presidents for more than 40 years, died on Monday in Paris, a spokeswoman for Time said. He was 78.

Albee's "Seascape" shines (Reuters)
Reuters - Edward Albee's Pulitzer Prize-winning but too rarely produced 1974 play "Seascape" receives a beautiful rendition in this Lincoln Center Theater Broadway revival featuring a quartet of sterling performances.

Queen's rebel sister a royal riot in Brit TV movie (Reuters)
Reuters - It's difficult at the best of times to sympathize with anyone born into the lap of luxury, especially a twice-married princess with a predilection for cigarettes, booze and bed hopping.

Director fits 'Bill' for family comedy (Reuters)
Reuters - Dean Parisot ("Galaxy Quest") has signed on to direct "The Bill From My Father," a comedy that will explore the theme of the universal expectations between parents and kids.

Showbiz people briefs (Reuters)
Reuters - Michael Biehn, Bijou Phillips, Lauren German, Katie Cassidy, Patrick Flueger, Adam Campbell and Chris Lowell star in the indie comedy "You Are Here," which started shooting Wednesday in Los Angeles.

Record 'Harry' lifts foreign film business (Reuters)
An undated publicity photograph shows a scene from the 'Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire' movie. Domestic champ Harry Potter enchanted foreign moviegoers, selling about $80 million worth of tickets in 19 territories over the weekend and setting several records in the process. (Warner Bros./Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Industry predictions that the final six weeks of the year would be massive at the overseas box office got a boost over the weekend as domestic champion "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire" conjured up a record-setting $85.5 million kickoff.


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Harry's "Goblet" Fires Up Box Office (E! Online)
Conjuring up a franchise-best $102.3 million from Friday through Sunday, 
 Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ended Hollywood's 
 long-running slump and recorded the fourth-best opening of all time, 
 according to the ticket counters at Exhibitor Relations.E! Online - Conjuring up a franchise-best $102.3 million from Friday through Sunday, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ended Hollywood's long-running slump and recorded the fourth-best opening of all time, according to the ticket counters at Exhibitor Relations.


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Patricia Heaton to Debut in New Movie (AP)
Patricia Heaton, who won two Emmys for her role on the CBS sitcom 'Everybody Loves Raymond,' poses for a photo on Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2005, in Beverly Hills, Calif. Heaton now stars in TNT's 'The Engagement Ring,' a romantic story about how fate intervenes in the family history of rival vintners of Italian heritage in California's Napa Valley. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)AP - Her nine years playing a no-nonsense wife on the CBS hit sitcom "Everybody Loves Raymond" proved to Patricia Heaton that family strife has universal appeal.


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'Harry Potter' Takes in $102.3 Million (AP)
AP - The boy wizard's cup overflowed as "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire" took in $102.3 million during its opening weekend. It was the franchise's best debut by almost $9 million.

A Spy's Life Influences Complex Thriller (AP)
Stephen Gaghan, writer/director of the film 'Syriana', left, and former CIA agent Robert Baer pose for a photo at the Regency Hotel in New York, Saturday, Nov. 19, 2005. Gaghan was inspired by 'See No Evil: The True Story of a Ground Soldier in the CIA's War on Terrorism,' Robert Baer's memoir about his 21 years of gathering intelligence in the Middle East. (AP Photo/Jim Cooper)AP - "Syriana," a dense and complicated film about the global oil industry, began with something as simple and familiar as a road trip.


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Free Internet "Star Trek" spoof is top Finnish film (Reuters)
A scene from the internet movie Star Wreck. The spoof of science-fiction classic 'Star Trek' has become Finland's most viewed movie, relying on free distribution over the Internet to reach more than three million viewers in less than two months. (www.starwreck.com/Reuters)Reuters - A spoof of science-fiction classic "Star Trek" has become Finland's most viewed movie, relying on free distribution over the Internet to reach more than three million viewers in less than two months.


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Usher has a new movie and big plans (Reuters)
Hip-hop artist Usher at the Roosevelt hotel in Hollywood, October 17, 2005. By any measure Usher is a big global star, but the R and B singer, whose album 'Confessions' has sold more than 15 million copies, wants to get bigger. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - Usher Raymond, 27, has a record label that is launching new artists, his own concert DVD currently in stores and he owns part of professional basketball team Cleveland Cavaliers.


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"Bunnymen" get NYC hopping (Reuters)
Reuters - The highly influential, curiously named post-punk British ensemble Echo and the Bunnymen romanced the sold-out crowd at New York's Irving Plaza on Sunday with an intimate evening of lush melodies and mournful pop spanning 25 years of the band's career.

Welsh bands turn to their own tongue (Reuters)
Members of Welsh band 'Crasdant,' Andy Mclauchlin (R-L), Robin Huw Bowen, Huw Williams and Stephen Rees, pose in this handout picture released on November 17, 2005. Following in the footsteps of successful rockers Stereophonics and Super Furry Animals, new Welsh musicians are winning fans at home and abroad, but this time they are going back to their roots. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Following in the footsteps of successful rockers Stereophonics and Super Furry Animals, new Welsh musicians are winning fans at home and abroad, but this time they are going back to their roots.


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Dessay Makes 'Romeo Et Juliette' Bloom (AP)
AP - Sorely missed at the premiere, French soprano Natalie Dessay is back in all her glory, transforming the Metropolitan Opera's new production of Gounod's "Romeo et Juliette" from a lackluster affair into a riveting, not-to-be-missed night of theater.

Rabid fans pay homage to Depeche Mode (Reuters)
Reuters - Depeche Mode turns moody introspection into communal celebration, which has earned the veteran English band a rabidly obsessive following that filled San Diego's ipayOne Center on Saturday for the first of four southern California shows.

Dylan Poetry Sells for $78K at Christie's (AP)
AP - A collection of poems written by Minnesota college student Robert Zimmerman — later to become the "voice of a generation" as Bob Dylan — sold for $78,000 at an auction of rock and pop memorabilia.

Studer Reportedly Has Mild Heart Attack (AP)
AP - A performance by Cheryl Studer in northern Spain was canceled after the American-born soprano suffered a mild heart attack, according to a published report.

Kylie eyeing concert return (Reuters)
File photo of Australian singer Kylie Minogue posing at a news conference to launch her 'Money Can't Buy' show at the Hammersmith Apollo, London, November 15, 2003. Minogue is hoping to return to the concert stage by the end of 2006, about a year-and-a-half since she was diagnosed with breast cancer. (Stephen Hird/Reuters)Reuters - Australian Pop star Kylie Minogue is hoping to return to the concert stage by the end of 2006, about a year-and-a-half since she was diagnosed with breast cancer.


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U2 return Down Under for first time in years (Reuters)
Irish rock band U2's lead singer Bono performs during their concert in New York, October 7, 2005. U2 will return to Australia for the first time in eight years next March when it plays four shows as part of its Vertigo world tour, it was announced November 21, 2005. (Gary Hershorn/Reuters)Reuters - U2 will return to Australia for the first time in eight years next March when it plays four shows as part of its Vertigo world tour.


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Bob Dylan's college poetry auctioned (Reuters)
Bob Dylan sits on stage before receiving his honorary Doctor of Music degree during a ceremony at St Andrews University, Scotland, June 23, 2004. A collection of poems written by Dylan as a student at the University of Minnesota in 1960 sold for $78,000 on Monday in a Rock  and  Pop Memorabilia auction at Christie's. The 16 pages of poems hand-written in pencil formed the earliest Dylan manuscript ever offered for auction and it fetched the highest auction price to date for the acclaimed songwriter, according to Christie's. (David Cheskin/POOL/Reuters)Reuters - A collection of poems written by legendary rock poet Bob Dylan as a student at the University of Minnesota in 1960 sold for $78,000 on Monday in a Rock & Pop Memorabilia auction at Christie's.


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Sony BMG Sued Under Anti-Spyware Laws (AP)
AP - Sony BMG Music Entertainment's troubles over anti-piracy technology on music CDs deepened Monday as Texas' attorney general and a California-based digital rights group said they were suing the music company under new state anti-spyware laws.

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