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Utah Theater Cancels 'Brokeback Mountain' (AP)
AP - A movie theater owned by Utah Jazz owner Larry Miller abruptly changed its screening plans and decided not to show the film "Brokeback Mountain." The film, an R-rated Western gay romance story, was supposed to open Friday at the Megaplex at Jordan Commons in Sandy, a suburb of Salt Lake City. Instead it was pulled from the schedule.

Ms. Dynamite Charged With Punching Officer (AP)
Ms. Dynamite poses for the photographers as she arrives at Royal Albert Hall, in central London for the Mobo music Awards in this Thursday Sept. 22, 2005 file photo. Dynamite has been charged with punching an officer in face after police arrested her for allegedly kicking a nightclub's front door, police said Saturday. The musician, whose real name is Niomi McLean-Daley, was out celebrating her birthday with her brother early Friday. She allegedly became abusive when officers confronted her while she was kicking the front door of the Paragon Lounge nightclub in west London.  (AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis, FILE)AP - Hip-hop singer Ms. Dynamite has been charged with punching an officer in the face after police arrested her for allegedly kicking the door of a west London nightclub, police said Saturday.


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Pink Reportedly Marries Motocross Racer (AP)
Singer Pink and motocross racer Carey Hart arrive at Peta's 25th Anniversary Gala and Humanitarian Awards Show held at Paramount Pictures in this Sept. 10, 2005 file photo, in Hollywood, Calif. The couple tied the knot in Costa Rica on Saturday, Jan. 7, 2006.  More than 100 guests attended the wedding, which was held on the beach at the Four Seasons resort, People magazine reported.  (AP Photo/Luis Martinez, File)AP - Singer Pink and motocross racer Carey Hart tied the knot in Costa Rica on Saturday.


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Vet Sues Michael Jackson for Unpaid Bills (AP)
Michael Jackson leaves the courtroom on a break at Santa Barbara County Courthouse for the second day of closing arguments in his child molestation trial in Santa Maria, Calif., in this  June 3, 2005 file photo. Jackson is being sued for unpaid bills by the veterinarian who tends to his menagerie of exotic animals at his Neverland ranch, which the singer has not occupied since he was acquitted of child molestation charges last June.  (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian/File)AP - Michael Jackson is being sued for unpaid bills by the veterinarian who tends to the pop star's exotic animals at his Neverland ranch, which the singer has not occupied since being acquitted of child molestation charges last June.


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Destiny's Child stars busy with solo projects (Reuters)
'Destiny's Child', (L-R) Kelly Rowland, Beyonce Knowles and Michelle Williams arrive at the second annual Fashion Rocks concert at Radio City Music Hall in New York September 8, 2005. (Chip East/Reuters)Reuters - A gold record. That was the one goal a young female group from Houston hoped to achieve after signing with Columbia Records in 1997.


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Utah Theater Cancels 'Brokeback Mountain' (AP)
AP - A movie theater owned by Utah Jazz owner Larry Miller abruptly changed its screening plans and decided not to show the film "Brokeback Mountain." The film, an R-rated Western gay romance story, was supposed to open Friday at the Megaplex at Jordan Commons in Sandy, a suburb of Salt Lake City. Instead it was pulled from the schedule.

Troubles Brew at English National Opera (AP)
The London Coliseum, home of The English National Opera, London, Wednesday Jan. 4, 2006. Sudden departures, simmering discontent, behind-the-scenes plots. The real drama at the English National Opera is backstage. The artistically ambitious company's woes are the latest melodrama to hit Britain's opera houses. But while other major British companies _ including the 300-year-old Royal Opera and the flagship Scottish Opera _ have put severe financial and managerial turmoil behind them, the ENO's problems are stubbornly deep-rooted. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)AP - Sudden departures, simmering discontent, behind-the-scenes plots. The real drama at the English National Opera is backstage.


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Next 'Cold Case' a Springsteen special (Reuters)
Bruce Springsteen inducts Irish rock group U2 into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York March 14, 2005. In one of the most extensive uses of his music on TV, Springsteen will have nine songs featured in the January 8 edition of 'Cold Case,' the CBS crime drama known for its innovative choice of tunes to add flavor to flashback scenes. (Mike Segar/Reuters)Reuters - In one of the most extensive uses of his music on TV, Bruce Springsteen will have nine songs featured in the January 8 edition of "Cold Case," the CBS crime drama known for its innovative choice of tunes to add flavor to flashback scenes.


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Hotlines: Starcom Retains Kellogg's $500 Mil. Media Buying Duties (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - NEW YORK Kellogg has retained Publicis' Starcom to handle buying chores on its U.S. account.

Composer's Widow Reunites With Daughter in Premiere, 'December Fools', With Music by Wally Harper (Playbill)
Playbill - Sherman Yellen's December Fools, about a widow's reunion with her estranged daughter, gets its world premiere by Off-Broadway's Abingdon Theatre Company Jan. 27.

Utah Theater Cancels 'Brokeback Mountain' (AP)
AP - A movie theater owned by Utah Jazz owner Larry Miller abruptly changed its screening plans and decided not to show the film "Brokeback Mountain." The film, an R-rated Western gay romance story, was supposed to open Friday at the Megaplex at Jordan Commons in Sandy, a suburb of Salt Lake City. Instead it was pulled from the schedule.

National Critics Name 'Capote' Best Film (AP)
AP - "Capote," which chronicles the years Truman Capote spent researching and writing the groundbreaking nonfiction novel "In Cold Blood," was named best picture of 2005 after a lengthy vote by the National Society of Film Critics on Saturday.

'Capote,' Hoffman, Witherspoon cop top critics nods (Reuters)
Actress Reese Witherspoon smiles as she arrives at the inaugural 'Couture Cares: A Benefit for Breast Cancer' fashion show by Oscar De La Renta in Los Angeles on October 20, 2005. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - "Capote," the screen biography of writer Truman Capote, was named 2005's best film on Saturday by the National Society of Film Critics, and Philip Seymour Hoffman won best actor in the film's title role.


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'Last Holiday' is fit for a Queen (Reuters)
Actress Queen Latifah laughs during a ceremony to unveil her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Hollywood January 4, 2006. (Phil McCarten/Reuters)Reuters - One of the most likable performers in the business, Queen Latifah finally gets a vehicle that gives her formidable talents and expansive spirit plenty of blooming room.


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Austrian mountaineer Heinrich Harrer dies at 93 (Reuters)
Austrian mountaineer Heinrich Harrer (L) stands with the Dalai Lama in Graz in Austria's southern Styria province in this October 15, 2002 file photo. (Miro Kuzmanovic/File/Reuters)Reuters - Austrian mountaineer Heinrich Harrer, whose life was portrayed in his book and the film "Seven Years in Tibet," died on Saturday aged 93, Austrian officials said in a statement.


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Punk documentary delves into 'American Hardcore' (Reuters)
Reuters - What is considered punk rock and hardcore nowadays has evolved considerably since the early '80s, a point proven by the new documentary, "American Hardcore: The History of American Punk Rock 1980-1986."

'Brokeback,' 'Capote' on screenplay shortlist (Reuters)
(From L-R) U.S. actress Anne Hathaway, Taiwanese director Ang Lee, Australian actor Heath Ledger and U.S. actor Jake Gyllenhaal pose during a photo call in Venice September 2, 2005. (Alessia Pierdomenico AMP/Reuters)Reuters - The writers of "Brokeback Mountain," "Capote," "The Constant Gardener," "A History of Violence" and "Syriana" have been nominated for the University of Southern California's Scripter Award.


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GLAAD Mad at Shalit's "Brokeback" Breakdown (E! Online)
For the most part, the critics agree that Brokeback 
 Mountain is one of the year's most commendable films.E! Online - For the most part, the critics agree that Brokeback Mountain is one of the year's most commendable films.


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Bond Spy Craft Featured at NYC Boat Show (AP)
Two boats from James Bond's films, the 'Bath-o-Sub,' foreground, featured in 'Diamonds Are Forever,' and the Amazon chase boat from 'Moonraker,' are displayed at the New York National Boat Show, Thursday, Jan. 5, 2005, in New York. Most boats in the show can be bought but none of the five Bond boats on display are for sale while they are on loan from the Ian Fleming Foundation, a private group dedicated to the study and preservation of the British novelist's legacy and impact on 20th century culture. (AP Photo/Frank Franklin)AP - Tucked away in a corner of the vast hall, all but lost amid the glistening white luxury cruisers and speedy runabouts, five of James Bond's film dreamboats were showing their stuff — nautical, but hardly naughty.


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SAG Noms Full of Felicity (E! Online)
Felicity Huffman doesn't rate as many headlines as her Desperate 
 Housewives costars. She just gets more kudos.E! Online - Felicity Huffman doesn't rate as many headlines as her Desperate Housewives costars. She just gets more kudos.


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Troubles Brew at English National Opera (AP)
The London Coliseum, home of The English National Opera, London, Wednesday Jan. 4, 2006. Sudden departures, simmering discontent, behind-the-scenes plots. The real drama at the English National Opera is backstage. The artistically ambitious company's woes are the latest melodrama to hit Britain's opera houses. But while other major British companies _ including the 300-year-old Royal Opera and the flagship Scottish Opera _ have put severe financial and managerial turmoil behind them, the ENO's problems are stubbornly deep-rooted. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)AP - Sudden departures, simmering discontent, behind-the-scenes plots. The real drama at the English National Opera is backstage.


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Pink Reportedly Marries Motocross Racer (AP)
Singer Pink and motocross racer Carey Hart arrive at Peta's 25th Anniversary Gala and Humanitarian Awards Show held at Paramount Pictures in this Sept. 10, 2005 file photo, in Hollywood, Calif. The couple tied the knot in Costa Rica on Saturday, Jan. 7, 2006.  More than 100 guests attended the wedding, which was held on the beach at the Four Seasons resort, People magazine reported.  (AP Photo/Luis Martinez, File)AP - Singer Pink and motocross racer Carey Hart tied the knot in Costa Rica on Saturday.


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Ms. Dynamite Charged With Punching Officer (AP)
Ms. Dynamite poses for the photographers as she arrives at Royal Albert Hall, in central London for the Mobo music Awards in this Thursday Sept. 22, 2005 file photo. Dynamite has been charged with punching an officer in face after police arrested her for allegedly kicking a nightclub's front door, police said Saturday. The musician, whose real name is Niomi McLean-Daley, was out celebrating her birthday with her brother early Friday. She allegedly became abusive when officers confronted her while she was kicking the front door of the Paragon Lounge nightclub in west London.  (AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis, FILE)AP - Hip-hop singer Ms. Dynamite has been charged with punching an officer in the face after police arrested her for allegedly kicking the door of a west London nightclub, police said Saturday.


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Costello, Symphonies Set for U.S. Tour (AP)
Rock legend Elvis Costello listens to questions from members of the media in this Oct. 4, 2005 file photo at a press conference for The Secret Songs to be performed  in Copenhagen's new Opera House.  The 51-year-old singer-songwriter, whose backing bands in the past have included The Attractions and The Imposters, will team up with symphonies around the U.S. for an orchestral tour this spring. (AP Photo/John McConnico/File)AP - Elvis Costello has found a new touring partner: the symphony orchestra. The 51-year-old singer-songwriter, whose backing bands in the past have included The Attractions and The Imposters, will team up with symphonies around the U.S. for an orchestral tour this spring.


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Stones' world tour could gross record $400 million (Reuters)
Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger performs 'Jumpin' Jack Flash' during the band's 'A Bigger Bang World Tour' at the Hollywood Bowl in Hollywood November 6, 2005. The tour exploded in 2005, and could end up as the top-grossing tour ever, pending an epic box office battle with U2's Vertigo tour. (Robert Galbraith/Reuters)Reuters - The Rolling Stones' A Bigger Bang tour exploded in 2005, and could end up as the top-grossing tour ever, pending an epic box office battle with U2's Vertigo tour.


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Music biz fighting uphill battle against pirates (Reuters)
Reuters - Heavy rain beat against the windshield. The record industry operative sat in his car, the motor idling. Nearby, a dozen New York cops crowded together on benches in a Brooklyn police station, exchanging small talk. All were waiting for a suspected music pirate to arrive at his storefront and begin burning CDs of hit music.

Vet Sues Michael Jackson for Unpaid Bills (AP)
Michael Jackson leaves the courtroom on a break at Santa Barbara County Courthouse for the second day of closing arguments in his child molestation trial in Santa Maria, Calif., in this  June 3, 2005 file photo. Jackson is being sued for unpaid bills by the veterinarian who tends to his menagerie of exotic animals at his Neverland ranch, which the singer has not occupied since he was acquitted of child molestation charges last June.  (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian/File)AP - Michael Jackson is being sued for unpaid bills by the veterinarian who tends to the pop star's exotic animals at his Neverland ranch, which the singer has not occupied since being acquitted of child molestation charges last June.


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Christian band StorySide: B starts new chapter (Reuters)
Reuters - Talent competitions such as "American Idol" have produced some of today's most successful artists. In the faith-based music community, there are similar contests serving as a vehicle to launch new acts.

After setback, rapper Kweli targets core fans (Reuters)
Reuters - As he begins writing his next album, revered rapper Talib Kweli is characteristically frank about the reception accorded his 2004 release, "The Beautiful Struggle."

Next 'Cold Case' a Springsteen special (Reuters)
Bruce Springsteen inducts Irish rock group U2 into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York March 14, 2005. In one of the most extensive uses of his music on TV, Springsteen will have nine songs featured in the January 8 edition of 'Cold Case,' the CBS crime drama known for its innovative choice of tunes to add flavor to flashback scenes. (Mike Segar/Reuters)Reuters - In one of the most extensive uses of his music on TV, Bruce Springsteen will have nine songs featured in the January 8 edition of "Cold Case," the CBS crime drama known for its innovative choice of tunes to add flavor to flashback scenes.


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