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Oscar Winner Shelley Winters Dies at 85 (AP)
Actress Shelley Winters poses in this 1951 photograph. Winters, the forceful, outspoken star who graduated from blond bombshell parts to dramas, has died Saturday, Jan. 14, 2006. She was 85. (AP Photo)AP - Shelley Winters, the forceful, outspoken star who graduated from blond bombshell parts to dramas, winning Academy Awards as supporting actress in "The Diary of Anne Frank" and "A Patch of Blue," has died. She was 85.


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Seven New Jazz Masters Honored at Concert (AP)
Pianist John Levy, left,  and singer Tony Bennett chat as they gather with other jazz greats for a special photo shoot during the annual conference of the International Association of Jazz Education in New York, Friday Jan. 13, 2006.  Levy and Bennett will be among seven of jazz 'living legends'  honored at an evening gala as the 2006  National Endowment for the Arts Jazz Masters.  (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)AP - When the two big bands filling the stage struck up the opening bars of the Count Basie Orchestra's theme "One O'Clock Jump," the siren call to take part in a jam session proved irresistible to the jazz stars seated in the audience at the NEA Jazz Masters Awards Concert.


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Eminem and Ex-Wife Kim Mathers Remarry (AP)
Guests arrive for the wedding of Eminem, whose real name is Marshall Mathers III, and his ex-wife Kimberly Mathers at Oakland University's Meadowbrook Hall Saturday, Jan. 14, 2006, in Rochester Hills, Mich. The pair were first married in St. Joseph, Missouri in 1999. (AP Photo/Duane Burleson)AP - Eminem remarried his high school sweetheart Saturday, a month after the superstar rapper announced they were getting back together, his publicist said.


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Rapper Juvenile Arrested in Central Fla. (AP)
AP - Rap artist Juvenile was arrested in central Florida on a warrant related to a child support case, jail officials said Saturday.

Pundits attack author Frey and unhappy reader sues (Reuters)
Copies of James Frey's 'A Million Little Pieces' are put on display in a bookstore in New York January 9, 2006. REUTERS/Seth WenigReuters - Pundits and publishing experts furiously debated on Friday whether author James Frey should pass off his memoirs as true when he apparently made up key details but one reader wants a judge to decide the issue.


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Oscar Winner Shelley Winters Dies at 85 (AP)
Actress Shelley Winters poses in this 1951 photograph. Winters, the forceful, outspoken star who graduated from blond bombshell parts to dramas, has died Saturday, Jan. 14, 2006. She was 85. (AP Photo)AP - Shelley Winters, the forceful, outspoken star who graduated from blond bombshell parts to dramas, winning Academy Awards as supporting actress in "The Diary of Anne Frank" and "A Patch of Blue," has died. She was 85.


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Seven New Jazz Masters Honored at Concert (AP)
Pianist John Levy, left,  and singer Tony Bennett chat as they gather with other jazz greats for a special photo shoot during the annual conference of the International Association of Jazz Education in New York, Friday Jan. 13, 2006.  Levy and Bennett will be among seven of jazz 'living legends'  honored at an evening gala as the 2006  National Endowment for the Arts Jazz Masters.  (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)AP - When the two big bands filling the stage struck up the opening bars of the Count Basie Orchestra's theme "One O'Clock Jump," the siren call to take part in a jam session proved irresistible to the jazz stars seated in the audience at the NEA Jazz Masters Awards Concert.


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Conan's Endorsement No Joke to Some Finns (AP)
Finnish President and Presidential candidate Tarja Halonen, speaks  at an election rally in the centre of Helsinki on Saturday Jan. 14,  2006. Many of the candidates in the presidential election centered the last day of the election campaign in shopping centres around  the Finnish capital. (AP Photo/ Hannu Jukola, Lehtikuva )AP - Finland's president finds her traditional support among women and the Social Democratic Party base, but lately to the surprise of many Finns — and her opponents in Sunday's election — she has gotten an endorsement of a different sort.


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Gay, lesbian acts find Sony label home (Reuters)
Reuters - Sony Music and Wilderness Media and Entertainment are launching what appears to be the first record company with major-label backing to focus on gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender artists.

Sunset Strip scene hits the boards (Reuters)
Reuters - Hair bands headed for Broadway? Not just yet, but "Rock of Ages," a new musical set around the glory days of the mid- to late-'80s Sunset Strip club scene, is opening January 28 for a four-week run at Hollywood's Vanguard Theater, with an eye toward a move to Las Vegas.

Oscar Winner Shelley Winters Dies at 85 (AP)
Actress Shelley Winters poses in this 1951 photograph. Winters, the forceful, outspoken star who graduated from blond bombshell parts to dramas, has died Saturday, Jan. 14, 2006. She was 85. (AP Photo)AP - Shelley Winters, the forceful, outspoken star who graduated from blond bombshell parts to dramas, winning Academy Awards as supporting actress in "The Diary of Anne Frank" and "A Patch of Blue," has died. She was 85.


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New Orleans Again Sees Movie Production (AP)
Applicants for parts as movie extras wait in line to be photographed Saturday, Jan. 14, 2006, during a casting call in Metairie, La. Production for the first major motion picture film will soon be resuming in storm-ravaged New Orleans with the making of the Jerry Bruckheimer-produced thriller 'Deja Vu' starring Denzel Washington and Jim Caviezel. A casting call was held at a suburban New Orleans mall, drawing hundreds of applicants for parts as extras in the movie. (AP Photo/Ben Margot)AP - With roughly two-thirds of New Orleans residents still living elsewhere, casting directors weren't sure what kind of turnout to expect for the first major casting call since Hurricane Katrina hit almost five months ago.


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Elisabeth Shue Reportedly Pregnant Again (AP)
Actress Elisabeth Shue arrives at the premiere of 'Hide and Seek' in this Monday, Jan. 24, 2005 file photo, in Los Angeles.  Shue is pregnant with her third child, US Weekly reported Friday, Jan. 13, 2006 on its Web site, citing her manager, David Seltzer. (AP Photo/Matt Sayles)AP - Elisabeth Shue can leave Las Vegas but apparently she can't get out of the nursery.


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US actress Shelley Winters dies at 85 (Reuters)
Actress Shelley Winters portrays Fran Davis in an undated publicity photo from the 1954 film 'Playgirl'. Winters, a two-time Academy Award winner, died at a Southern California nursing home early on January 14, 2006, a spokeswoman said. She was 85. REUTERS/Universal Pictures/HandoutReuters - Actress Shelley Winters, the two-time Oscar winner whose roles ranged from glamour girls to tramps, died at a Southern California nursing home early on Saturday, a spokeswoman said. She was 85.


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British Teens Seek Role in Next 'Potter' (AP)
Thousands of teenage girls brave the chilly weather, in London  Saturday Jan. 14 2006, in the hope of securing a role in the next Harry Potter film.  The girls, aged 13 to 16, waited patiently in long lines to try out for the part of trainee wizard Luna Lovegood in 'Harry Potter And The Order Of The Phoenix.' (AP Photo/Sang Tan)AP - Thousands of teenage girls waited patiently in long lines to audition Saturday for a role in the next Harry Potter film.


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News Agencies Won't Pay for Award Photos (AP)
AP - Four news services, including The Associated Press, are refusing to pay a $1,200 fee imposed by NBC for photographs taken by the network inside the ballroom during the Golden Globe Awards.

'Mother of Mine' delivers vivid child's view of WWII (Reuters)
Reuters - Finland's evacuation of more than 70,000 children to Sweden, Denmark and Norway during World War II, the world's largest such undertaking, receives affecting treatment in "Mother of Mine," the official Finnish submission to the Academy Awards.

Copeland releases debut documentary (Reuters)
Reuters - Add "filmmaker" to drummer Stewart Copeland's list of credits. His documentary, "Everyone Stares: The Police Inside Out," will debut January 22 at the Sundance Film Festival.

'Glory Road' tells of civil rights and basketball (Reuters)
Actors Mehcad Brooks, Emily Deschanel, Al Shearer and Tatyana Ali (L-R) attend the premiere of 'Glory Road' at the Pantages Theatre in Hollywood January 5, 2006. REUTERS/Phil McCartenReuters - A new movie that opened on Friday pays tribute to a band of reluctant heroes -- the college coach and team that created a sea change in American perceptions of the ability of black basketball players.


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Golden Globes may make a star of 'Brokeback' (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. 'Brokeback Mountain,' once ridiculed as 'the gay cowboy movie' but now the front-runner in Hollywood's Oscar race, gets its first major awards show test on Monday night -- in prime time with millions watching. REUTERS/Alessia PierdomenicoReuters - "Brokeback Mountain," once ridiculed as "the gay cowboy movie" but now the front-runner in Hollywood's Oscar race, gets its first major awards show test on Monday night -- in prime time with millions watching.


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Seven New Jazz Masters Honored at Concert (AP)
Pianist John Levy, left,  and singer Tony Bennett chat as they gather with other jazz greats for a special photo shoot during the annual conference of the International Association of Jazz Education in New York, Friday Jan. 13, 2006.  Levy and Bennett will be among seven of jazz 'living legends'  honored at an evening gala as the 2006  National Endowment for the Arts Jazz Masters.  (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)AP - When the two big bands filling the stage struck up the opening bars of the Count Basie Orchestra's theme "One O'Clock Jump," the siren call to take part in a jam session proved irresistible to the jazz stars seated in the audience at the NEA Jazz Masters Awards Concert.


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Rapper Juvenile Arrested in Central Fla. (AP)
AP - Rap artist Juvenile was arrested in central Florida on a warrant related to a child support case, jail officials said Saturday.

Eminem and Ex-Wife Remarry in Michigan (AP)
Guests arrive for the wedding of Eminem, whose real name is Marshall Mathers III, and his ex-wife Kimberly Mathers at Oakland University's Meadowbrook Hall Saturday, Jan. 14, 2006, in Rochester Hills, Mich. The pair were first married in St. Joseph, Missouri in 1999. (AP Photo/Duane Burleson)AP - Eminem remarried his high school sweetheart Saturday, a month after the superstar rapper announced they were getting back together, his publicist said.


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Rapper Eminem, ex-wife remarry (Reuters)
Reuters - Rapper Eminem and his former wife remarried on Saturday, five years after an ugly divorce ruptured their turbulent relationship.

Jazz Masters Awards Honor Corea, Bennett (AP)
Pianist John Levy, left,  and singer Tony Bennett chat as they gather with other jazz greats for a special photo shoot during the annual conference of the International Association of Jazz Education in New York, Friday Jan. 13, 2006.  Levy and Bennett will be among seven of jazz 'living legends'  honored at an evening gala as the 2006  National Endowment for the Arts Jazz Masters.  (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)AP - When the two big bands filling the stage struck up the opening bars of the Count Basie Orchestra's theme "One O'Clock Jump," the siren call to take part in a jam session was irresistible to the jazz stars in the audience at the NEA Jazz Masters Awards Concert.


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Yo Yo Ma Named U.N. Peace Ambassador (AP)
Cellist Yo-Yo Ma waves after performing at the annual Nobel Peace Prize concert in Oslo in this file photo from Dec. 11, 2005. United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan said world  Yo Yo Ma will take on a new role as a U.N. peace ambassador. (AP Photo/John McConnico,File)AP - Secretary-General Kofi Annan said world renowned cellist Yo Yo Ma will take on a new role as a U.N. peace ambassador.


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Remembering Lou Rawls (E! Online)
An 
 A-list of mourners, from Stevie Wonder to Joan Baez to Little Richard, 
 descended upon a Los Angeles chapel Friday for a soul music-filled, 
 two-hour-plus funeral/celebration of Lou Rawls, who died Jan. 6 of lung 
 cancer.E! Online - An A-list of mourners, from Stevie Wonder to Joan Baez to Little Richard, descended upon a Los Angeles chapel Friday for a soul music-filled, two-hour-plus funeral/celebration of Lou Rawls, who died Jan. 6 of lung cancer.


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Axl Guns for Car Dealership (E! Online)
Axl Rose has an axe to grind over some missing wheels.E! Online - Axl Rose has an axe to grind over some missing wheels.


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Black Eyed Peas leader launches label (Reuters)
Black Eyed Peas member Will.i.am speaks to the media in Panama City, Panama, November 22, 2005. REUTERS/Alberto LoweReuters - The most obvious question to ask Black Eyed Peas leader will.i.am about starting his own label is, what took him so long?


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Country artist Ingram courts the mainstream (Reuters)
Reuters - A longtime veteran of the Texas and Nashville country music scenes, Jack Ingram feels like he is finally getting a real shot at mainstream success thanks to his latest album, "Live -- Wherever You Are."

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