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'West Wing' Actor John Spencer Dies at 58 (AP)
This recent publicity photo provided by NBC shows actor John Spencer as Leo McGarry on the set of 'The West Wing.' Spencer, 58, died of a heart attack Friday, Dec. 16, 2005, at a Los Angeles hospital, his publicist Ron Hofmann said. (AP Photo/NBC)AP - John Spencer, who played a tough and dedicated politico on "The West Wing" who survived a serious illness to run for vice president, died of a heart attack Friday. He was 58.


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Simpson Files for Divorce From Lachey (AP)
Jessica Simpson, left, and her husband, Nick Lachey arrive for the MTV Movie Awards in this June 4, 2005, file photo in Los Angeles. Simpson cited irreconcilable differences in a divorce petition filed in Los Angeles Superior Court, Friday, Dec. 16, 2005.(AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)AP - There will be no romantic reunion — Jessica Simpson filed for divorce Friday from former boy band star Nick Lachey. The couple jointly announced their separation Nov. 23 following months of rumors that their tabloid-friendly relationship had soured.


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Stern Fans Enjoy Last Day of Free Speech (AP)
Radio shock jock Howard Stern makes a closed fist salute to his fans on the last day of his syndicated radio show for Infinity Broadcast , Friday, Dec.16, 2005, in New York. On Jan. 9, Stern makes his move to satellite radio.  (AP Photo/ Louis Lanzano)AP - The free ride for Howard Stern fans ends Friday.


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Ashlee Simpson Collapses After Tokyo Show (AP)
Ashlee Simpson arrives for the Los Angeles premiere of 'Undiscovered' on Aug. 23, 2005, in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles. Simpson collapsed following a performance in Tokyo and has been hospitalized. The 21-year-old singer on Thursday, Dec. 15, 2005, had just performed her single, 'Boyfriend' for MTV Japan, when she told the audience she felt sick and said to them, 'I love you guys,' Us Weekly reported Friday.  (AP Photo/Danny Moloshok)AP - Ashlee Simpson collapsed following a performance in Tokyo and has been hospitalized. The 21-year-old singer on Thursday had just performed her single, "Boyfriend" for MTV Japan, when she told the audience she felt sick and said to them, "I love you guys," Us Weekly reported Friday. She then collapsed in an elevator and was rushed by ambulance to a hospital.


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Gyllenhaal becomes a man (USATODAY.com)
U.S. actor Jake Gyllenhaal poses during a photocall for his latest movie 'Jarhead' by British director Sam Mendes in Berlin December 12, 2005. The movie is based on the book by former Marine Anthony Swofford about his pre-desert storm experiences in Saudi Arabia and his experiences fighting in Kuwait. The film opens in German cinemas on January 5, 2006.     REUTERS/Tobias SchwarzUSATODAY.com - He has done Disney (Bubble Boy). He has done cult (Donnie Darko). And he has been the pickle in the middle of the Weather Channel's worst nightmare in the effects blockbuster The Day After Tomorrow.


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"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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Artie Shaw, Luther Vandross among music's losses (Reuters)
Reuters - Here is a look at some of the notable artists who died in the past year.

John Spencer dies at 58 (Reuters)
Actor John Spencer, who plays the role of Leo McGarry, is shown in a scene from the NBC drama television series 'The West Wing' in this 2001 publicity photograph. Spencer, 58, died on December 16, 2005 at a Los Angeles hospital after suffering a heart attack, his spokesman Ron Hofmann said. (David Rose/NBC/Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Veteran character actor John Spencer, Emmy-winning star of NBC television drama "The West Wing," died on Friday at a Los Angeles hospital after suffering a heart attack, his spokesman said.


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Starbucks digs deeper into digital with new stores (Reuters)
Reuters - While some traditional record retailers are closing stores as the music industry slump worsens, coffee giant Starbucks is unveiling two new Hear Music Coffeehouses.

Twyla Tharp-Bob Dylan Musical 'The Times They Are A-Changin'' Reveals Cast and Plot (Playbill)
Playbill - Michael Arden, Jenn Colella and Paul Kandel lead the cast of the upcoming Twyla Tharp-meets-Bob Dylan musical The Times They Are A-Changin' at San Diego's Old Globe. The plot for the dance-theatre work has also been revealed.

"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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Jackson to Get Dream Keeper Award (AP)
In this file photo originally provided by Paramount Pictures, Samuel L. Jackson portrays coach Ken Carter in the 2005 film 'Coach Carter,'  based on a true story of a controversial high-school basketball coach, who received both high praise and staunch criticism  for benching his entire undefeated basketball team for poor academic performance.  Jackson will be honored by the I Have A Dream Foundation for his commitment to education, both on film and in real life. Director George Lucas will present Jackson with the Dream Keeper Award at the foundation's eighth annual Gospel Brunch at the House of Blues in Los Angeles, it was announced Thursday, Dec. 15, 2005.(AP Photo/Paramount Pictures,Tracy Bennett)AP - Samuel L. Jackson will be honored by the I Have A Dream Foundation for his commitment to education, both on film and in real life.


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Review: 'The Three Burials' (AP)
AP - Tommy Lee Jones brings his same dry manner and sly humor in front of the camera to his feature debut behind it as director of "The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada."

Review: 'The Family Stone' (AP)
Actress Rachel McAdams, center, stands with Director Tom Bezucha, left, and Producer Michael London at the special holiday screening of 'The Family Stone', Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2005 in New York. The movie opens nationwide December 16, 2005. (AP Photo/Stephen Chernin)AP - As the war on Christmas rages across the nation — at least on Fox News Channel — the holiday remains firmly intact with "The Family Stone," your typical feel-good, feel-bad, feel-good-again family Christmas movie.


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Nilsson documentary due early next year (Reuters)
Reuters - A documentary focusing on the life and career of late singer/songwriter Harry Nilsson will be released next year.

Little Red Riding Hood satire lost in the woods (Reuters)
Reuters - A satirical take on "Little Red Riding Hood," the computer-animated "Hoodwinked" occupies some considerably shaky turf situated uncomfortably between "Shrek" and dreck.

China aims for Oscar with "Promise" (Reuters)
Chinese director Chen Kaige toasts to his crew at a news conference in Shanghai, December 15, 2005. China's arrival on the world entertainment stage could become a fait accompli next year if the rising giant delivers with its 'Promise,' a new epic film directed by Chen at the Academy Awards in March. (Aly Song/Reuters)Reuters - China's arrival on the world entertainment stage could become a fait accompli next year if the rising giant delivers with its "Promise," a new epic film, at the Academy Awards in March.


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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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Merchant Ivory swan song set to hit theaters (Reuters)
Actress Natasha Richardson poses as she arrives at the U.S. premiere of 'The White Countess' in Beverly Hills October 18, 2005. (Max Morse/Reuters)Reuters - It's the end of an era.


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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.

Artie Shaw, Luther Vandross among music's losses (Reuters)
Reuters - Here is a look at some of the notable artists who died in the past year.

INXS flips 'Switch' on best sales debut (Reuters)
Reuters - INXS has pulled a coup, in part because its new lead singer is helping remind fans of its old one.

Daddy Yankee, Shakira help drive Latin music (Reuters)
Reuters - While overall music sales declined in 2005, all things en espanol continued to rise.

Toby Keith, Garth Brooks shake up Nashville (Reuters)
Reuters - The biggest story of the year in country music can be summed up in just two words: Toby Keith.

Mariah Carey savors a charmed year (Reuters)
Mariah Carey reacts to being nominated for eight Grammy awards in New York December 8, 2005. The three previous years were a roller coaster ride for Carey, marked by the disappointing sales of the soundtrack to 'Glitter' (which was released September 11, 2001), EMI's buyout of her contract and the subpar performance of 'Charmbracelet,' her first album under her new deal with Island Def Jam. But this year, her success has come swiftly and surely. (Chip East/Reuters)Reuters - To put it mildly, 2005 has been a good year for Mariah Carey.


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Chevolet, Apple champion veteran, new acts in 2005 (Reuters)
Reuters - Chevrolet's two-year-old musically charged "An American Revolution" campaign took on added urgency in 2005, thanks to savvy music licenses and partnerships.

Classic ZZ Top sets due for reissue (Reuters)
Reuters - The seminal ZZ Top albums "Tres Hombres" and "Fandango!" will be reissued in expanded editions February 28 via the Texas rock trio's former Warner Bros. label.

Bluegrass label hot for Van Halen (Reuters)
Reuters - As he prepares to take over for radio icon Howard Stern in several markets early next year, David Lee Roth will soon be heard in another unlikely place: a bluegrass tribute album to his former band, Van Halen.

Beatles to Label: You Never Give Us Your Money (E! Online)
The Beatles are asking the courts for a little help.E! Online - The Beatles are asking the courts for a little help.


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Ailing Ashlee Hospitalized (E! Online)
Ashlee Simpson's big comeback tour has been temporarily derailed 
 in Tokyo, after she collapsed and was hospitalized following a 
 performance on MTV Japan Thursday.E! Online - Ashlee Simpson's big comeback tour has been temporarily derailed in Tokyo, after she collapsed and was hospitalized following a performance on MTV Japan Thursday.


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