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'West Wing' Canceled After Seven Seasons (AP)
Martin Sheen, front, looks into the audience as John Wells, 'The West Wing' executive producer, looks on during the NBC 2006 Winter Press Tour, Sunday, Jan. 22, 2006, in Pasadena, Calif.  This is the show's final season. (AP Photo/Rene Macura)AP - The new president on "The West Wing" will be a real short-timer: NBC announced Sunday it was pulling the plug on the Emmy-winning political drama in May after seven seasons.


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'Brokeback' Gets Top Honor at PGA Awards (AP)
Director Ang Lee attends a forum in Hong Kong to promote his new movie, the gay love story 'Brokeback Mountain' Saturday, Jan. 21, 2006. Lee said he finds Chinese audiences more accepting of gay subject matter than U.S. viewers (AP Photo/Lo Sai-hung)AP - Adding to its list of honors, "Brokeback Mountain" scored again by taking the top prize Sunday at the 15th annual Producers Guild of America Awards.


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Miss America Organizers Say Vegas Paid Off (AP)
Miss Oklahoma, Jennifer Berry, is crowned Miss America 2006 by outgoing Miss America 2005 Deidre Downs at the 2006 Miss America pageant in Las Vegas, Saturday, Jan. 21, 2006. (AP Photo/Sam Morris)AP - Miss America rolled the dice moving to Las Vegas, and the gamble paid off, pageant organizers said Sunday.


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Vampires Edge Out Box Office Competition (AP)
AP - Golden Globe-winning films saw significant boosts at the weekend box office, but the action-packed vampire flick "Underworld: Evolution" was the top earner, debuting with $27.6 million in ticket sales.

'Da Vinci' set to open Cannes fest (Reuters)
Reuters - Ron Howard's "The Da Vinci Code" will open the 59th Cannes Film Festival on May 17, two days before the film is released worldwide.

'Brokeback Mountain' wins Producers Guild Award (Reuters)
Reuters - Director Ang Lee's gay-cowboy romance "Brokeback Mountain" solidified its status as the front-runner for Oscar glory on Sunday when it was named best picture of the year by the Producers Guild of America.

EMI's Nicoli sees Internet reviving music industry (Reuters)
Reuters - Nobody said it was easy for EMI, the world's third-largest record company and the home of British band Coldplay, as the music industry has weathered six straight years of falling sales.

TNT calls on 'Saved' with series order (Reuters)
Reuters - TNT has ordering a full season of "Saved," a drama chronicling a troubled paramedic working in Portland, Ore.

'Brokeback Mountain' wins Producers Guild Award (Reuters)
Reuters - Director Ang Lee's gay-cowboy romance "Brokeback Mountain" solidified its status as the front-runner for Oscar glory on Sunday when it was named best picture of the year by the Producers Guild of America.

PLAYBILL.COM'S BRIEF ENCOUNTER with Lois Smith (Playbill)
Playbill - Carrie Watts, uneasily living out her old age with her reticent grown son and his cranky wife in a cramped Houston apartment, keeps looking out the window.

'Brokeback Mountain' wins Producers Guild Award (Reuters)
Reuters - Director Ang Lee's gay-cowboy romance "Brokeback Mountain" solidified its status as the front-runner for Oscar glory on Sunday when it was named best picture of the year by the Producers Guild of America.

Filmmaker lifts lid on secretive ratings system (Reuters)
Reuters - Director Kirby Dick is taking on what he charges is one of the most powerful, secretive organizations in the country: the film ratings board.

'Brokeback' Gets Top Honor at PGA Awards (AP)
Director Ang Lee attends a forum in Hong Kong to promote his new movie, the gay love story 'Brokeback Mountain' Saturday, Jan. 21, 2006. Lee said he finds Chinese audiences more accepting of gay subject matter than U.S. viewers (AP Photo/Lo Sai-hung)AP - Adding to its list of honors, "Brokeback Mountain" scored again by taking the top prize Sunday at the 15th annual Producers Guild of America Awards.


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Sundance panel: movies can work for social change (Reuters)
Reuters - Hollywood can still change the world, according to panelists at a Sundance Film Festival gathering.

"Underworld" Rises, "Brokeback" Bolstered (E! Online)
The vampires vs. 
 werewolves sequel Underworld: Evolution scared up an estimated 
 $27.6 million to dominate the weekend box office, while Brokeback 
 Mountain and Walk the Line got big boosts from their big wins 
 at the Golden Globes.E! Online - The vampires vs. werewolves sequel Underworld: Evolution scared up an estimated $27.6 million to dominate the weekend box office, while Brokeback Mountain and Walk the Line got big boosts from their big wins at the Golden Globes.


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Debut director steals show with gritty 'City' (Reuters)
Reuters - One of the hardest things to do on film is to present working-class people without condescension or glamorization.

'Penguins' director takes on 'Fox' in next film (Reuters)
Reuters - The director of last year's biggest Sundance success story, "March of the Penguins," says his follow-up will combine nature documentary footage and a fictionalized story.

'Da Vinci' set to open Cannes fest (Reuters)
Reuters - Ron Howard's "The Da Vinci Code" will open the 59th Cannes Film Festival on May 17, two days before the film is released worldwide.

'Lucky Number Slevin' leaves your head spinning (Reuters)
Reuters - "Lucky Number Slevin" is a crime thriller-cum-con job that might be too slick and clever for its own good.

'Little Miss Sunshine' radiates warmth at Sundance (Reuters)
Reuters - A screwball family takes to the road and ends up in a crowd-pleaser at Sundance.

EMI's Nicoli sees Internet reviving music industry (Reuters)
Reuters - Nobody said it was easy for EMI, the world's third-largest record company and the home of British band Coldplay, as the music industry has weathered six straight years of falling sales.

Billboard album reviews: Cat Power, Test Icicles (Reuters)
Reuters - One always knew there was a Southern soul singer lurking inside Cat Power's Chan Marshall, and it is that singer who has sauntered up to the microphone on "The Greatest.

Williams, Shakira, Madonna Win in France (AP)
Colombian singer Shakira performs on stage after receiving the Best International Song of the Year award at the 2006 NRJ Music Awards at the Cannes Festival Palace, Cannes, southern France, Saturday, Jan. 21, 2006. (AP Photo/Pascal Guyot, Pool)AP - Robbie Williams writhed, Shakira shouted and Madonna didn't show up, although all three won honors at one of France's biggest music awards shows.


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Music Sales Resumed Decline in 2005 (AP)
People gather at the entrance of the MIDEM, the world's most influential music trade fair, in the southeastern French city of Cannes, on the opening day of the event, with much of the focus expected to be on the challenges posed by online music sales.(AFP/Pascal Guyot)AP - Recorded music sales resumed their decline in 2005, the industry's leading global body said Sunday, despite high-profile victories against piracy and a surge in online and mobile music store revenues.


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Arctic Monkeys score second UK chart number one (Reuters)
Reuters - Sheffield rockers the Arctic Monkeys have scored their second British number one with "When The Sun Goes Down" on its first week on release, the Official UK Charts Company said on Sunday.

`Magic Flute' Starts Met Mozart Tribute (AP)
Eric Cutler performs as Tamino in the final dress rehearsal  of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's 'Die Zauberfloete,' or 'The Magic Flute,' at the Metropolitan Opera, Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2006 in New York. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)AP - Nathan Gunn gyrated his pelvis like Elvis, jumping about with ease.


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Donald Lawrence Wins Big at Gospel Awards (AP)
AP - Gospel vocalist Donald Lawrence's "I Speak Life" album captured seven awards Saturday at the 21st Annual Stellar Gospel Music Awards at the Grand Ole Opry House.

Bon Jovi Plane Skids Off Runway in Canada (AP)
US rockers Bon Jovi, seen here in November 2005, escaped injury when their private Boeing 707 jet skidded off a runway at Hamilton airport, west of Toronto, in a severe rain storm, officials said.(AFP/Getty Images/File)AP - An airliner carrying members of Bon Jovi skidded off a runway early Saturday after landing in severe weather.


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Review: Barbara Cook Glorious at the Met (AP)
Singer Barbara Cook thanks her musicians after performing at the Metropolitan Opera Friday, Jan. 20, 2006  in New York. (AP Photo/Julie Jacobson)AP - When Barbara Cook sings, songs take flight in a very special way.


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Belafonte Continues Tirade Against Bush (AP)
Entertainer and human rights activist Harry Belafonte speaks  during a press conference at the Arts Presenters Members Conference in New York, Saturday, Jan. 21, 2006 . Belafonte called U.S. President George W. Bush 'the greatest terrorist in the world' in a recent television broadcast. (AP Photo/Shiho Fukada)AP - Entertainer Harry Belafonte, one of the Bush administration's harshest critics, compared the Homeland Security Department to the Nazi Gestapo on Saturday and attacked the president as a liar.


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