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Donald Trump Chooses New 'Apprentice' (AP)
Donald Trump, host of NBC's reality show 'The Apprentice,' poses in this undated publicity photo. (AP Photo/NBC)AP - Donald Trump chose Randal Pinkett, an experienced 34-year-old founder of a New Jersey consulting firm, for his fourth "Apprentice" on the show's finale Thursday.


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Freeman Criticizes Black History Month (AP)
This recent photo supplied by CBS shows Morgan Freeman talking about black history month in an interview with Mike Wallace during a  profile on the Oscar winner for the CBS television show, '60 Minutes,' that will air on Sunday Dec. 18,2005. (AP Photo/CBS '60 Minutes')AP - Morgan Freeman says the concept of a month dedicated to black history is "ridiculous." "You're going to relegate my history to a month?" the 68-year-old actor says in an interview on CBS' "60 Minutes" to air Sunday (7 p.m. EST). "I don't want a black history month. Black history is American history."


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PETA Names Paris Hilton Worst-Dressed (AP)
Paris Hilton adjusts her gown after arriving for Sean 'P. Diddy' Combs' 35th birthday celebration, Thursday, Nov. 4, 2004, at Cipriani on Wall Street in New York. PETA has issued their own 'worst-dressed' list _ only theirs is based on fur, not style. Hilton was named the year's worst-dressed celebrity by the animal rights group Thursday, Dec. 15, 2005. PETA cites the heiress/reality TV star for wearing fur coats. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)AP - Move over Mr. Blackwell, PETA has issued its own "worst-dressed" list — based on fur, not style. Paris Hilton was named the year's worst-dressed celebrity by the animal rights group Thursday.


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Foxy Brown Says She's Been Deaf for Months (AP)
Hip-hop artist Foxy Brown touches her ear as model Tyson Beckford looks on during a news conference to discuss Brown's hearing loss Thursday, Dec. 15, 2005 in New York. The rapper told reporters that she was diagnosed with sudden hearing loss in May, during the recording of her latest album, and will be undergoing surgery to restore her hearing at the beginning of next year.(AP Photo/Louis Lanzano)AP - Foxy Brown says she hasn't heard another person's voice in six months and will have surgery early next year to restore her hearing.


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Diane Keaton brings luster to 'Family Stone' (Reuters)
Actress Diane Keaton poses at the premiere of her new film 'The Family Stone' in Los Angeles December 6, 2005. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - With his observations about the clash between a tightly wound Manhattan careerist and her boyfriend's loose-limbed New England clan, writer-director Thomas Bezucha puts a fresh slant on the dynamics of family-reunion Christmas movies. But "The Family Stone" spends too much time on unconvincing romantic-comedy contrivances to be consistently engaging.


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Diane Keaton brings luster to 'Family Stone' (Reuters)
Actress Diane Keaton poses at the premiere of her new film 'The Family Stone' in Los Angeles December 6, 2005. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - With his observations about the clash between a tightly wound Manhattan careerist and her boyfriend's loose-limbed New England clan, writer-director Thomas Bezucha puts a fresh slant on the dynamics of family-reunion Christmas movies. But "The Family Stone" spends too much time on unconvincing romantic-comedy contrivances to be consistently engaging.


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Met Opera Slashing Budget (AP)
AP - The latest tune at the Metropolitan Opera is the box-office blues.

Donald Trump Chooses New 'Apprentice' (AP)
Donald Trump, host of NBC's reality show 'The Apprentice,' poses in this undated publicity photo. (AP Photo/NBC)AP - Donald Trump chose Randal Pinkett, an experienced 34-year-old founder of a New Jersey consulting firm, for his fourth "Apprentice" on the show's finale Thursday.


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Merchant Ivory swan song set to hit theaters (Reuters)
Reuters - It's the end of an era.

Classical Theatre of Harlem to Stage Kennedy's 'Funnyhouse' (Playbill)
Playbill - Funnyhouse of a Negro, perhaps the best known play by African American avant garde playwright Adrienne Kennedy, will get a revival Jan. 11-Feb. 12, 2006, at the Classical Theater of Harlem.

Diane Keaton brings luster to 'Family Stone' (Reuters)
Actress Diane Keaton poses at the premiere of her new film 'The Family Stone' in Los Angeles December 6, 2005. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - With his observations about the clash between a tightly wound Manhattan careerist and her boyfriend's loose-limbed New England clan, writer-director Thomas Bezucha puts a fresh slant on the dynamics of family-reunion Christmas movies. But "The Family Stone" spends too much time on unconvincing romantic-comedy contrivances to be consistently engaging.


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Merchant Ivory swan song set to hit theaters (Reuters)
Reuters - It's the end of an era.

Director Lee best for 'Better Man' comedy (Reuters)
Reuters - Director Malcolm D. Lee, last in theaters with "Roll Bounce," is set to shoot the comedy "The Better Man," which he also wrote.

'Kong' promo partners in action with Jackson (Reuters)
Reuters - The critics aren't the only ones raving about Peter Jackson's "King Kong."

Filmmaker Wu puts arms around 'Babes' (Reuters)
Reuters - Alice Wu will write and direct "Foreign Babes in Beijing," a feature likened to "Lost in Translation."

'Darkness' game set to light up big screen (Reuters)
Reuters - Talk about your built-in fan base.

"Kong" Opens--But How Will It Close? (E! Online)
Peter Jackson's monster-sized, $200 million monster-movie remake grossed 
 $9.8 million in its Wednesday debut, box-office analysts said.E! Online - Peter Jackson's monster-sized, $200 million monster-movie remake grossed $9.8 million in its Wednesday debut, box-office analysts said.


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'King Kong' set for solid weekend after muted bow (Reuters)
Reuters - "King Kong," the self-proclaimed eighth wonder of the world, burst into theaters this week, but the somewhat muted numbers did not reflect the scope of director Peter Jackson's latest masterpiece.

Hollywood Has Dismal Year at Box Office (AP)
A scientist in the United States has invented an instant 'turkey test' to help Hollywood producers determine whether a proposed film will hit box-office paydirt or be a financial disaster(AFP/Illustration)AP - A box-office jolt from the magic kingdoms of Kong, Narnia and Hogwarts will close Hollywood's year with some holiday cheer, though not enough to offset the biggest decline in movie attendance in 20 years.


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Gay-Rights Activists Elated by 'Brokeback' (AP)
This publicity photo provided by Focus Features shows actors Jake Gyllenhaal, left, and Heath Ledger, in a scene from 'Brokeback Mountain.'  Gay-rights leaders are elated that the tale of same-sex love and heartbreak is reaching mainstream filmgoers, while conservatives are dismayed by the film's glowing reviews and rooting for it to fail at the box office.(AP Photo/Focus Features, Kimberly French)AP - Gay-rights leaders are elated that a tale of same-sex love and heartbreak is reaching mainstream filmgoers in the form of acclaimed "Brokeback Mountain," while some conservatives are dismayed by the film's glowing reviews and rooting for it to fail at the box office.


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Met Opera Slashing Budget (AP)
AP - The latest tune at the Metropolitan Opera is the box-office blues.

Dylan Spins It (E! Online)
Apparently not satisfied with having recorded scads of classic 
 albums, scored a raft of Grammys, elected into the Rock and Roll Hall of 
 Fame, written a bestselling memoir or serenaded Victoria's Secret 
 models, Bob Dylan is making like a rolling stone and has agreed to take 
 on a new gig, hosting a weekly hourlong radio show on XM Satellite 
 Radio.E! Online - Apparently not satisfied with having recorded scads of classic albums, scored a raft of Grammys, elected into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, written a bestselling memoir or serenaded Victoria's Secret models, Bob Dylan is making like a rolling stone and has agreed to take on a new gig, hosting a weekly hourlong radio show on XM Satellite Radio.


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Google to Launch Music Content Feature (AP)
Senior Staff Research Scientist Craig Nevill-Manning speaks during a news conference Thursday, Dec. 15, 2005, on the campus of Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh. Google Inc. announced Thursday that Andrew Moore, a Carnegie Mellon professor of computer science and robotics, was selected to head a new engineering office that will open in Pittsburgh next year, the company announced Thursday. (AP Photo/John Heller)AP - Online search engine leader Google Inc. will begin giving some musical artists the star treatment by spotlighting links to their songs, lyrics and other related material at the top of the results page.


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Spears Most-Searched for Item on the Web (AP)
Singer Britney Spears topped a star-studded list of the top-10 name searches on popular Internet portal Yahoo in 2005, the Silicon Valley company revealed(AFP/File/Miguel Riopa)AP - Britney Spears didn't release an album of new material this year, but the new mom is still No. 1 on Yahoo's annual list of the most-searched for terms on the Internet.


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Foxy Brown Says She's Been Deaf for Months (AP)
Hip-hop artist Foxy Brown touches her ear as model Tyson Beckford looks on during a news conference to discuss Brown's hearing loss Thursday, Dec. 15, 2005 in New York. The rapper told reporters that she was diagnosed with sudden hearing loss in May, during the recording of her latest album, and will be undergoing surgery to restore her hearing at the beginning of next year.(AP Photo/Louis Lanzano)AP - Foxy Brown says she hasn't heard another person's voice in six months and will have surgery early next year to restore her hearing.


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Apple Sets Pace in Consumer Electronics (AP)
AP - Five years ago, Apple Computer Inc. was barely an afterthought in the halls of electronics companies. Not anymore.

Don Omar Shines on Latest CD (AP)
AP - Don Omar, "Da Hitman Presents Reggaeton Latino," (Machete Music/VI Music/Universal Records)

Brooks and Dunn, Meters opening for Rolling Stones (Reuters)
Mick Jagger sings as the Rolling Stones perform during their 'A Bigger Bang World Tour' in Anaheim November 4, 2005. The Rolling Stones will bring along an eclectic array of opening acts, including country duo Brooks and Dunn and California rockers Queens of the Stone Age, when they resume their North American tour next month, the group's publicist said on Thursday. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - The Rolling Stones will bring along an eclectic array of opening acts, including country duo Brooks and Dunn and California rockers Queens of the Stone Age, when they resume their North American tour next month, the group's publicist said on Thursday.


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Britney Spears tops Yahoo's annual Buzz Index (Reuters)
U.S. singer Britney Spears smiles for photographers during a photo session in Tokyo in this December 12, 2003 file photo. (Yuriko Nakao/File/Reuters)Reuters - For the third time in four years, singer Britney Spears is No. 1 -- as far as Internet users are concerned.


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Charts: Last "Call" for Eminem? (E! Online)
If he really is retiring, then Eminem is going out with a bang.E! Online - If he really is retiring, then Eminem is going out with a bang.


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