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Wilson Pickett Dies of Heart Attack at 64 (AP)
Wilson Pickett, left, salutes the audience after performing with Bruce Springsteen, center, Paul Shaeffer, and others in this Monday, March 15, 1999 file photo, in New York.  Pickett, the soul pioneer best known for the fiery hits 'Mustang Sally' and 'In The Midnight Hour,' died of a heart attack Thursday, Jan. 19, 2006 according to his management company. He was 64.  (AP Photo/Kathy Willens, FILE)AP - Wilson Pickett, the soul pioneer best known for the fiery hits "Mustang Sally" and "In The Midnight Hour," died of a heart attack Thursday in a Reston, Va., hospital, according to his management company. He was 64.


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Witherspoon's Globe Gown Was Worn by Dunst (AP)
Reese Witherspoon, nominated for best actress in a musical or comedy for her work in 'Walk the Line,' arrives for the 63rd Annual Golden Globe Awards on Monday, Jan. 16, 2006, in Beverly Hills, Calif. The Golden Globe winner is wearing the same glittery Chanel cocktail dress that Kirsten Dunst had worn to the awards in 2003. The fashion house apologized for 'the oversight.' (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)AP - Reese Witherspoon's gown wasn't vintage — though it had been worn by another actress three years ago.


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B.B. King Plans One More World Tour (AP)
Blues guitarist B.B. King performs at the Lowell Memorial Auditorium, in this Jan. 5, 2005 file photo, in Lowell, Mass . While other 80-year-olds might dust off their rockers, blues dynamo B.B. King will be rocking and rolling when he launches what he says will be his final world tour in 2006. King will begin an international 'Farewell Tour' in March, part of a domestic tour that starts Feb. 16 in Chicago, King's publicist, Jerry Digney, said in a news release Wednesday Jan. 18, 2006. (AP Photo/Lisa  Poole/File)AP - While other 80-year-olds might dust off their rockers, blues dynamo B.B. King will be rocking and rolling when he launches what he says will be his final world tour later this year.


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'Kung Fu Hustle' Top Film at Asian Awards (AP)
AP - "Kung Fu Hustle" was named outstanding film and Daniel Dae Kim and Yunjin Kim, who star on the hit TV show "Lost," were honored for outstanding male and female TV performance at Thursday's 2006 Asian Excellence Awards.

CBS looks past the police blotter (USATODAY.com)
USATODAY.com - CBS is firmly in first place. But amid the buzz of rival shows such as Lost, the narrow perception remains that it's the cop-show network, as one reporter here put it at Wednesday's gathering of TV writers.

Glorious cast on the 'Money' in L.A. comedy (Reuters)
Reuters - Nicole Holofcener's third feature, "Friends With Money," is a pitch-perfect ensemble comedy that burrows deep into the mind-set of white, upper middle-class Angelenos, anxious to strike the right balance among career, family, love life and money but never quite pulling it off.

Global digital music sales triple (Reuters)
Reuters - Global sales of digital music tripled to $1.1 billion in 2005 and the popularity of recordings on iPods and mobile phones will result in digital music generating 25% of worldwide music revenues by 2010, a music industry trade group said Thursday.

New TVMyPod service comes in gray (area) (Reuters)
Reuters - A tiny Massachusetts company named TVMyPod is selling iPods that come with movies and TV programs already loaded on them, a practice that raises questions of legality as it addresses consumer demand for convenience and portability.

Playboy magazine set for Indonesia despite protests (Reuters)
Reuters - An Indonesian publisher vowed on Friday to go ahead with the launch of a local version of Playboy magazine despite growing protests from conservative Muslim groups and nationalist politicians.

Revised and Enhanced 'Phantom' Gets a Lair in Las Vegas (Playbill)
Playbill - As construction of a new theatre continues at The Venetian, the Las Vegas resort, details about the upcoming resident production of Andrew Lloyd Webber's The Phantom of the Opera in the Nevada desert are coming to light.

Glorious cast on the 'Money' in L.A. comedy (Reuters)
Reuters - Nicole Holofcener's third feature, "Friends With Money," is a pitch-perfect ensemble comedy that burrows deep into the mind-set of white, upper middle-class Angelenos, anxious to strike the right balance among career, family, love life and money but never quite pulling it off.

'Muslim' comedy fails to live up to funny title (Reuters)
Reuters - As high concept as comedy films go, Albert Brooks' latest effort finds the actor-filmmaker working in a typically self-reflexive mode even as he ventures into uncharacteristic political satire.

New TVMyPod service comes in gray (area) (Reuters)
Reuters - A tiny Massachusetts company named TVMyPod is selling iPods that come with movies and TV programs already loaded on them, a practice that raises questions of legality as it addresses consumer demand for convenience and portability.

From here, Oscar race goes inside Hollywood (Reuters)
Actress Mischa Barton (R) poses at the Weinstein Company Golden Globes after-party in Beverly Hills, California January 16, 2006. While the Globes' total viewership was estimated at 18.7 million, those numbers paled in comparison to the number of viewers who tuned in for the first 'Idol' instalment: an estimated 35.5 million. REUTERS/Mario AnzuoniReuters - As far as most of America is concerned, Hollywood's obsession with choosing the next Oscar winner was just upstaged by the hunt to find the next American idol. Less than 24 hours after Monday night's 63rd annual Golden Globe Awards, Fox rolled out its first episode of this season's "American Idol." And if ratings can be considered votes, then America voted for "Idol's" warbling wannabes over "Brokeback Mountain" and "Walk the Line."


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Blogs put megaphone up to Sundance buzz (Reuters)
Reuters - As befits its indie roots, the Sundance Film Festival has long played host to innovations that have spread elsewhere.

Keri Russell playing mom in 'Rush' (Reuters)
Reuters - Former "Felicity" star Keri Russell is joining Jonathan Rhys Meyers in "August Rush," a drama from director Kristen Sheridan, the Oscar-nominated daughter of Irish filmmaker Jim Sheridan.

Redford looks back at Sundance legacy (Reuters)
Actor Robert Redford delivers his introductory speech at the 2006 Sundance film festival opening night premiere of Sony Pictures' 'Friends with Money' in Park City, Utah January 19, 2006. REUTERS/Mario AnzuoniReuters - The Sundance Film Festival opened on Thursday with founder Robert Redford looking back on 25 years of independent film and recalling a time when he stood on street corners and begged people to come see the movies.


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Vampire thriller set to bite box office rivals (Reuters)
Reuters - The new Kate Beckinsale horror film "Underworld: Evolution" is expected to lead the weekend box office, while Golden Globes glory should boost business for "Brokeback Mountain" and "Walk the Line."

'Kung Fu Hustle' Top Film at Asian Awards (AP)
AP - "Kung Fu Hustle" was named outstanding film and Daniel Dae Kim and Yunjin Kim, who star on the hit TV show "Lost," were honored for outstanding male and female TV performance at Thursday's 2006 Asian Excellence Awards.

Rick Moranis channels his inner 'Cowboy' (Reuters)
Reuters - Anyone who came of age in the 1980s is well-versed in the filmography of Rick Moranis, thanks to such memorable roles as the accountant/nerd extraordinaire in both "Ghostbusters" films, the evil/clueless overlord in "Spaceballs," the windsurfing tourist in "Club Paradise" and the bumbling inventor in "Honey, I Shrunk the Kids."

Global digital music sales triple (Reuters)
Reuters - Global sales of digital music tripled to $1.1 billion in 2005 and the popularity of recordings on iPods and mobile phones will result in digital music generating 25% of worldwide music revenues by 2010, a music industry trade group said Thursday.

Soul singer 'Wicked' Wilson Pickett dead at 64 (Reuters)
Soul singer Wilson Pickett (L) hugs rock musician Bruce Springsteen after the two performed together at the 14th Annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony in New York in this March 15, 1999 file photo. Pickett, 64, died January 19, 2006 of a heart attack in Virginia, his manager said. REUTERS/Mike SegarReuters - Veteran soul singer Wilson Pickett, known for such hits as "Mustang Sally" and "In the Midnight Hour," died on Thursday of a heart attack in Virginia, his manager said. He was 64.


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Timberlake taps trio of producers for new CD (Reuters)
Chad Campbell may have been paired with rock stars Alice Cooper, pictured in concert, Darius Rucker and Justin Timberlake at the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic, but it didn't appear to affect his play as Campbell had the third lowest round of the day, a 6-under-par 66 which put him in the lead at 15-under 129 after the second round of the five million dollar PGA event(AFP/ANP/File/Robin Utrecht)Reuters - Justin Timberlake is working with a trio of producers on his second solo album, which is expected sometime this year via Jive Records.


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Wilson Pickett Dies of Heart Attack at 64 (AP)
Wilson Pickett, left, salutes the audience after performing with Bruce Springsteen, center, Paul Shaeffer, and others in this Monday, March 15, 1999 file photo, in New York.  Pickett, the soul pioneer best known for the fiery hits 'Mustang Sally' and 'In The Midnight Hour,' died of a heart attack Thursday, Jan. 19, 2006 according to his management company. He was 64.  (AP Photo/Kathy Willens, FILE)AP - Wilson Pickett, the soul pioneer best known for the fiery hits "Mustang Sally" and "In The Midnight Hour," died of a heart attack Thursday in a Reston, Va., hospital, according to his management company. He was 64.


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B.B. King Plans One More World Tour (AP)
Blues guitarist B.B. King performs at the Lowell Memorial Auditorium, in this Jan. 5, 2005 file photo, in Lowell, Mass . While other 80-year-olds might dust off their rockers, blues dynamo B.B. King will be rocking and rolling when he launches what he says will be his final world tour in 2006. King will begin an international 'Farewell Tour' in March, part of a domestic tour that starts Feb. 16 in Chicago, King's publicist, Jerry Digney, said in a news release Wednesday Jan. 18, 2006. (AP Photo/Lisa  Poole/File)AP - While other 80-year-olds might dust off their rockers, blues dynamo B.B. King will be rocking and rolling when he launches what he says will be his final world tour later this year.


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Songwriter Hall Splits From Sugarland (AP)
The group Sugarland arrives for the 39th Annual Country Music Association Awards in New York on Nov. 15, 2005. From left are Kristen Hall, Jennifer Nettles and Kristian Bush. Hall is leaving the group to spend more time writing songs. Hall wrote most of the melodic story songs that comprise Sugarland's major-label debut, 'Twice the Speed of Life.' Besides writing, Hall sang harmony and played guitar. Nettles and Bush released this statement: 'Kristen has decided that she wants to stay home and write songs, and we support her in that decision.' (AP Photo/Stuart Ramson)AP - Kristen Hall of the country music trio Sugarland is leaving the group to spend more time writing songs.


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Remembering Pickett's "Wicked" Ways (E! Online)
Without Wilson Pickett, everything from AM radio to The 
 Commitments would have sounded considerably less soulful.E! Online - Without Wilson Pickett, everything from AM radio to The Commitments would have sounded considerably less soulful.


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Man Charged for Stalking Ex-'American Idol' (AP)
Daniel Robert Young, 59, is shown in this photo provided by the Hillsborough County sheriff's office.  Young was charged with stalking former American Idol contestant Jessica Sierra when he went to her grandmother's house in Tampa, Fla., without being invited, authorities said. Young was being held without bond Thursday, Jan. 19, 2006, after his arrest Tuesday. (AP Photo/Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office)AP - A California man stalked a former "American Idol" contestant, sending her threatening voice mail messages and showing up at her grandmother's Florida house uninvited, authorities charged.


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Apple Computer Alters iTunes Software (AP)
Apple Computer Inc. salesman Brian Tong holds up the new Apple iPod Nano, center, next to the Apple Shuffle, left, and regular iPod, right, at the Apple Computer Store in Palo Alto, Calif., in a file photo from Sept. 9, 2005. Boosted by strong iPod sales, Apple Computer Inc. is poised to post yet another record-revenue quarter when it reports results after the market close.  (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma, File)AP - Apple Computer Inc. has altered its iTunes software after users raised privacy concerns over a new spy-like song-recommendation feature in the music jukebox program.


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Baltimore Symphony President Resigns (AP)
AP - James Glicker said Thursday that he is stepping down as president and CEO of the Baltimore Symphony, denying that his decision had anything to do with friction among musicians over his appointment last summer of the first full-time female conductor of a major U.S. orchestra.

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