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NBC Didn't Report Accident During Parade (AP)
A balloon lays on the street after hiting a lampost on Broadway during the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade in New York, Thursday, Nov. 24, 2005.     (AP Photo/Jeff Christensen)AP - During its live coverage of the annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade, NBC did not tell viewers that a giant balloon had caught on a street lamp and injured two sisters.


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Oscar-Nominated Actor Pat Morita Dies (AP)
Actor Pat Morita is shown in the this undated file photo. Morita died Thursday, Nov. 24, 2005 at his home in Las Vegas of natural causes. He was 73. (AP Photo)AP - Actor Pat Morita, best known for helping teach a boy martial-arts mastery through household chores as the wise Mr. Miyagi in "The Karate Kid," has died. He was 73.


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Public TV Outlet Battling Christian Network (AP)
AP - For more than 30 years, public television station KOCE has dedicated coverage to Orange County in a media market otherwise dominated by the news and glitz of nearby Los Angeles.

Gary Glitter Continues Fall From Grace (AP)
British rocker Gary Glitter, right, is led by an unidentified man at the Phuoc To prison in Vung Tau, Vietnam, in this Nov. 20, 2005 file photo. Glitter, 61, whose real name is Paul Francis Gadd, is now sitting in the Vietnamese prison amid allegations that he had sex with underaged girls, including a 12-year-old. Prosecutors said Friday, Nov. 25, 2005 police had gathered enough evidence of a possible crime to keep Glitter under detention for another three months while police proceed with a criminal investigation, after he was stopped by immigration police at Ho Chi Minh City's airport on Nov. 19. Vietnam does not have the reputation of Cambodia as a haven for sex tourism, but recent surveys by the government and the U.N. Children's Fund indicate that child prostitution, including child sex tourism, is on the rise. (AP Photo/Tuoi Tre, File)AP - On warm nights in this seaside resort, neighbors say the British foreigner would sing in his backyard — sometimes for friends, sometimes alone, but always very loudly. Once upon a time, Gary Glitter sang to millions as he pranced and strutted in his metallic jumpsuits as one of the shining stars during Britain's glam rock era in the 1970s.


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Madonna ties with Elvis for singles chart record (Reuters)
Madonna is seen in a London photo, November 6, 2005. As Madonna's 'Hung Up' jumps seven places to No. 7 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart, the pop icon matches Elvis Presley's tally for top-10 hits -- 36, the most for any artist in the rock era. (Paul Hackett/Reuters)Reuters - As Madonna's "Hung Up" jumps seven places to No. 7 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart, the pop icon matches Elvis Presley's tally for top-10 hits -- 36, the most for any artist in the rock era.


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Jolie, Pitt Visit Quake-Ravaged Pakistan (AP)
Hollywood Actress and Ambassador of U.N. refugee agency, Angelina Jolie, speaks during a press conference after visited the Pakistani earthquake areas, Friday, Nov. 25, 2005 in Islamabad, Pakistan.  The head of the U.N. refugee agency and its goodwill ambassador visited earthquake-ravaged northern Pakistan amid concerns about the fate of homeless survivors as winter approaches. (AP Photo/Anjum Naveed)AP - Hollywood star and refugee advocate Angelina Jolie appealed Friday for the swift delivery of promised aid to Pakistan, saying a new disaster threatens earthquake survivors when winter hits devastated mountain areas.


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Trio Turns Office Building Into Giant Harp (AP)
In this undated image made available by String Theory, the Curve Harp is seen outside an unidentified building in Wilmington, De. A trio of musicians is turning a new office building into a gigantic harp for a rather unusual grand opening celebration next week. String Theory, a Los Angeles-based group, plans to attach a dozen 100-foot-long brass wires to the 29-story Cira Centre building next to Philadelphia's main railroad station. The group has turned concert halls and a whole 52-story building into musical instruments in the past. (AP Photo/Courtesy String Theory)AP - A trio of musicians is turning a new office building into a gigantic harp for a rather unusual grand opening celebration next week.


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Public TV Outlet Battling Christian Network (AP)
AP - For more than 30 years, public television station KOCE has dedicated coverage to Orange County in a media market otherwise dominated by the news and glitz of nearby Los Angeles.

Public TV Outlet Battling Christian Network (AP)
AP - For more than 30 years, public television station KOCE has dedicated coverage to Orange County in a media market otherwise dominated by the news and glitz of nearby Los Angeles.

Toronto group to crown 'Lord of the Slums' (Reuters)
Reuters - To coincide with the world premiere of the "Lord of the Rings" musical in Toronto in February, a city tenants' group will crown a "Lord of the Slums."

Jolie, Pitt Visit Quake-Ravaged Pakistan (AP)
Hollywood Actress and Ambassador of U.N. refugee agency, Angelina Jolie, speaks during a press conference after visited the Pakistani earthquake areas, Friday, Nov. 25, 2005 in Islamabad, Pakistan.  The head of the U.N. refugee agency and its goodwill ambassador visited earthquake-ravaged northern Pakistan amid concerns about the fate of homeless survivors as winter approaches. (AP Photo/Anjum Naveed)AP - Hollywood star and refugee advocate Angelina Jolie appealed Friday for the swift delivery of promised aid to Pakistan, saying a new disaster threatens earthquake survivors when winter hits devastated mountain areas.


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Oscar-Nominated Actor Pat Morita Dies (AP)
Actor Pat Morita is shown in the this undated file photo. Morita died Thursday, Nov. 24, 2005 at his home in Las Vegas of natural causes. He was 73. (AP Photo)AP - Actor Pat Morita, best known for helping teach a boy martial-arts mastery through household chores as the wise Mr. Miyagi in "The Karate Kid," has died. He was 73.


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"Karate Kid" actor Pat Morita dies (Reuters)
File photo of actor Pat Morita singing the National Anthem during the second day of the Democratic National Convention at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, August 15, 2000. Morita, the Japanese-American actor who gained fame as the wise Mr. Miyagi in the 'Karate Kid' movies and on the television show 'Happy Days,' has died in Las Vegas at the age of 73. The Las Vegas Palm Mortuary home said Morita died of natural causes on Thursday. (Gary Hershorn/File/Reuters)Reuters - Pat Morita, the Japanese-American actor who gained fame as the wise Mr. Miyagi in the "Karate Kid" movies and on the television show "Happy Days," has died in Las Vegas at the age of 73.


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Jolie Appeals for Pakistan Quake Zone Aid (AP)
Hollywood Actress and Ambassador of U.N. refugee agency, Angelina Jolie, speaks during a press conference after visited the Pakistani earthquake areas, Friday, Nov. 25, 2005 in Islamabad, Pakistan.  The head of the U.N. refugee agency and its goodwill ambassador visited earthquake-ravaged northern Pakistan amid concerns about the fate of homeless survivors as winter approaches. (AP Photo/Anjum Naveed)AP - Fresh from a tour of Pakistan's devastated earthquake zone, actress and U.N. goodwill ambassador Angelina Jolie was most moved by the people she saw: A man digging in rubble. A boy scared by aftershocks but joyous over his sister's survival. A thinly dressed pregnant woman worried about the coming winter.


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Jury: Modine Doesn't Have to Pay for Fire (AP)
Actor Matthew Modine arrives at the Quill Awards in this Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2005 file photo, in New York.  A jury has ruled that Modine doesn't have to pay for damages to a neighbor's property from a fire he started outside his Hudson Valley home.  Modine, who sold the house last year, said he started the fire on April 25, 2003, to clear brush on his property.  (AP Photo/Stephen Chernin, FILE)AP - A jury has ruled that Matthew Modine doesn't have to pay for damages to a neighbor's property from a fire he started outside his Hudson Valley home.


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Tom Cruise buys sonogram machine to watch baby (Reuters)
Movie star Tom Cruise (L) and his fiancee Katie Holmes visit the Bund in Shanghai, November 22, 2005. Cruise will be filming part of Mission Impossible III in Xitang, a town near Shanghai, and then in downtown Shanghai in the following days. Cruise said November 23, 2005 that he bought a sonogram machine for his pregnant fiancee Holmes so that they can monitor the development of their child. (Stringer/Reuters)Reuters - Not every family can afford one at a price tag of up to $200,000 but actor Tom Cruise says he bought a sonogram machine for his pregnant fiance Katie Holmes so that they can monitor the development of their child.


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'Narnia' seen as chance to fill churches (Reuters)
A promotional image for Disney's 'The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe'. For Christian church leaders across Britain, the blockbuster film could be the ideal way to pack the pews. REUTERS/PRNewsFotoReuters - For Christian church leaders across Britain, Disney's "Narnia" blockbuster film could be the ideal way to pack the pews.


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Crowe: Incident Blown Out of Proportion (AP)
Oscar-winning actor Russell Crowe poses for photographers outside a sound stage in Melbourne, Australia, Thursday, Nov. 24, 2005. Crowe was hosting a press conference ahead of his hosting the Australian Film Institute (AFI) Awards this weekend. (AP Photo/Mark Baker)AP - Russell Crowe says he believes the media blew his phone-throwing incident out of proportion.


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'Harry Potter' starlet is a hit in China (Reuters)
Katie Leung at the world premiere of 'Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire' in London, November 6, 2005. Leung, who plays Harry's crush Cho Chang stopped in Beijing on Thursday and was headed for Hong Kong with Warner Bros. executives eager to build on what has already become the studio's biggest film premiere in China. (Paul Hackett/Reuters)Reuters - Practically whispering her shy brogue to a Chinese translator, young Scottish actress Katie Leung faced the press in China's capital with poise and a bit of wonder on Thursday.


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Christmas truce still stirs Europe 90 years later (Reuters)
German actors Daniel Bruehl and Diane Krueger arrive for the premiere of their latest movie 'Merry Christmas' in Berlin November 23, 2005. The film, directed by Christian Carion will be screened in German cinemas on November 24. (Tobias Schwarz/Reuters)Reuters - Even 91 years after peace interrupted the war, French generals still can't fathom why their soldiers disobeyed orders and joined the German enemy in the silenced battlefields for a forbidden Christmas truce.


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Trio Turns Office Building Into Giant Harp (AP)
In this undated image made available by String Theory, the Curve Harp is seen outside an unidentified building in Wilmington, De. A trio of musicians is turning a new office building into a gigantic harp for a rather unusual grand opening celebration next week. String Theory, a Los Angeles-based group, plans to attach a dozen 100-foot-long brass wires to the 29-story Cira Centre building next to Philadelphia's main railroad station. The group has turned concert halls and a whole 52-story building into musical instruments in the past. (AP Photo/Courtesy String Theory)AP - A trio of musicians is turning a new office building into a gigantic harp for a rather unusual grand opening celebration next week.


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Vietnam charges Glitter with molestation (Reuters)
British rocker Gary Glitter (R) walks past a guard into a prison in Vietnam's southern coastal city of Vung Tau in this November 20, 2005 file picture. Vietnamese police pressed child molestation charge against Glitter who faces up to 12 years in a Vietnamese jail if convicted, officials said on November 26, 2005. (Tuoi Tre Newspaper/Reuters)Reuters - Vietnamese police have pressed child molestation charge against British rocker Gary Glitter who faces up to 12 years in a Vietnamese jail if convicted, officials said on Saturday.


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Q&A: Tom Petty (Reuters)
Reuters - Tom Petty just laughs and shakes his head when he looks at the 26-year-old smirking back at him from the cover of Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers' 1976 self-titled debut album.

Gary Glitter Continues Fall From Grace (AP)
British rocker Gary Glitter, right, is led by an unidentified man at the Phuoc To prison in Vung Tau, Vietnam, in this Nov. 20, 2005 file photo. Glitter, 61, whose real name is Paul Francis Gadd, is now sitting in the Vietnamese prison amid allegations that he had sex with underaged girls, including a 12-year-old. Prosecutors said Friday, Nov. 25, 2005 police had gathered enough evidence of a possible crime to keep Glitter under detention for another three months while police proceed with a criminal investigation, after he was stopped by immigration police at Ho Chi Minh City's airport on Nov. 19. Vietnam does not have the reputation of Cambodia as a haven for sex tourism, but recent surveys by the government and the U.N. Children's Fund indicate that child prostitution, including child sex tourism, is on the rise. (AP Photo/Tuoi Tre, File)AP - On warm nights in this seaside resort, neighbors say the British foreigner would sing in his backyard — sometimes for friends, sometimes alone, but always very loudly. Once upon a time, Gary Glitter sang to millions as he pranced and strutted in his metallic jumpsuits as one of the shining stars during Britain's glam rock era in the 1970s.


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No 'Worryin' for soul crooner Hamilton (Reuters)
Reuters - Success has not spoiled R&B artist Anthony Hamilton.

Singer-songwriter Henry becomes unexpected soul man (Reuters)
Reuters - Singer-songwriter Joe Henry signed to Epitaph's Anti- imprint to further his solo career. But then he met soul singer Solomon Burke and things took a detour.

Sales stall for digital music tracks (Reuters)
Reuters - The pace of U.S. digital music track sales during the last six months has slowed dramatically after a year of explosive growth.

'Idol' finalist Huff believes in 'Miracles' (Reuters)
Reuters - Sitting in a Nashville coffee shop on a Friday afternoon, a mixture of emotions plays across George Huff's face.

Wireless home music hub needs no computer (Reuters)
Reuters - Olive Media Products has introduced the Musica wireless music center, an alternative to the PC as the digital music hub in the home.

Guitar innovator Link Wray dies at 76 (Reuters)
Reuters - Musician Link Wray, best-known for his 1958 instrumental single "Rumble," died of unspecified causes November 5 in Copenhagen. He was 76.

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