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Lawyer Alleges 'Survivor' Hatch Cut Deal (AP)
Richard Hatch, who appeared on the television program Survivor, departs federal court, in Providence, R.I., Monday, Jan. 23, 2006. Hatch is on trial for tax evasion stemming from his $ 1 million prize winnings.  (AP Photo/Steven Senne)AP - "Survivor" Richard Hatch decided not to pay taxes on the $1 million he won on the TV show's first season after discussions with producers, fellow contestants and his accountant, and, he testified Monday in his federal tax-evasion trial, after receiving two letters from the IRS.


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GLAAD Replies to Judges Comments on 'Idol' (AP)
The judges of the hit reality television series 'American Idol' (L-R) Simon Cowell, Paula Abdul and Randy Jackson are shown in this undated publicity photograph. The new season began January 17, 2006. NO SALES NO ARCHIVES  REUTERS/George Lange/Fox/HandoutAP - Is "American Idol" homophobic? The Fox talent show elicited a response from the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLADD) after judges Simon Cowell and Randy Jackson made what the gay rights group deemed questionable comments on last week's premiere episode.


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Don Ho Back on Stage After Procedure (AP)
AP - Hawaiian crooner Don Ho has returned to the stage, less than two months after undergoing a stem-cell procedure in Thailand to strengthen his heart.

'Da Vinci Code' to Open at Cannes (AP)
'The Da Vinci Code' lead Tom Hanks and  director Ron Howard, right, take part in a promotion of their film at the 2006 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas Jan. 5, 2006.  Based on Dan Brown's esoteric thriller about code-breaking and conspiracy, the film will debut at the Cannes Film Festival and in French theaters on May 17, the festival said Saturda, Jan. 21, 2006. The rest of the world will have to wait two days, until May 19.(AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)AP - Case cracked: "The Da Vinci Code" will be the opening-night movie at the Cannes Film Festival in May, organizers said. Based on Dan Brown's esoteric thriller about code-breaking and conspiracy, the film will debut at the Riviera festival and in French theaters on May 17, the festival said Saturday.


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Global music sales flat despite surge in legal downloads (Reuters)
An Iranian shopkeeper puts a CD on the shelves at a record shop in Tehran in this December 21, 2005 file photo. Global music sales fell about 2 percent last year as surging digital music revenues failed to offset continued declines in physical media like CDs, the head of the industry's trade body said January 23, 2006. (Morteza Nikoubazl/Reuters)Reuters - Global music sales fell about 2 percent last year as surging digital music revenues failed to offset continued declines in physical media like CDs, the head of the industry's trade body said.


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'Sleep' stirs up $6 million Sundance deal (Reuters)
Reuters - Warner Independent Pictures, the studio behind last year's big Sundance find "March of the Penguins," has snapped up writer-director Michel Gondry's "The Science of Sleep" in a $6 million deal.

Janette Carter of country music Carter Family dies (Reuters)
Reuters - Janette Carter, the last surviving child of country music's original Carter Family, has died, a family friend said on Monday.

Fox's NFL coverage leads to Sunday touchdown (Reuters)
Reuters - Football and the decisive NFC championship game that secured a Super Bowl berth for the Seattle Seahawks ruled the night Sunday. But ABC got some good news as viewership of "Desperate Housewives" upticked after easing off a bit during the past two weeks.

Oprah, Ray cook up a daytime TV contender (Reuters)
Reuters - With new hits few and far between in daytime TV during the past few years, those who aspire to be the next Oprah Winfrey face increasingly long odds, even if they are already well known to viewers.

COLUMN: Squad of Oscars visits Big Apple (Reuters)
Reuters - It's still six weeks until the Academy Awards are handed out in Hollywood, but Manhattanites and visitors to the Big Apple are already getting an early look at all 50 of the newly-minted Oscar statuettes.

'Sleep' stirs up $6 million Sundance deal (Reuters)
Reuters - Warner Independent Pictures, the studio behind last year's big Sundance find "March of the Penguins," has snapped up writer-director Michel Gondry's "The Science of Sleep" in a $6 million deal.

Disney board okays takeover offer to Pixar: source (Reuters)
Disney CEO Robert Iger speaks during an Apple Computer Inc. news conference in San Jose, California, October 12, 2005. Iger has been authorized by the Disney board to make an offer to buy Pixar Animation Studios Inc and is expected to do so by Tuesday, a source familiar with the matter said late on Monday. (Monica Davey/Reuters)Reuters - The board of Walt Disney Co. has authorized Chief Executive Robert Iger to make an offer to buy Pixar Animation Studios Inc. and is expected to do so by Tuesday, a source familiar with the matter said late on Monday.


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"Sunshine" only big money hit so far at Sundance (Reuters)
A crowd gathers outside a screening of the Canadian film 'Eve and the Firehorse' at the Egyptian Theater at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah January 20, 2006. (Sam Mircovich/Reuters)Reuters - The Sundance Film Festival entered its second week on Monday with more stars and parties than ever before, but only one big movie sale and the lack of action had industry tongues wagging, "I told you so."


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Big budget S.Korean film breaks new ground (Reuters)
Reuters - The South Korean movie "Typhoon" has a little something to make a lot of people nervous.

'Da Vinci Code' to Open at Cannes (AP)
'The Da Vinci Code' lead Tom Hanks and  director Ron Howard, right, take part in a promotion of their film at the 2006 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas Jan. 5, 2006.  Based on Dan Brown's esoteric thriller about code-breaking and conspiracy, the film will debut at the Cannes Film Festival and in French theaters on May 17, the festival said Saturda, Jan. 21, 2006. The rest of the world will have to wait two days, until May 19.(AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)AP - Case cracked: "The Da Vinci Code" will be the opening-night movie at the Cannes Film Festival in May, organizers said. Based on Dan Brown's esoteric thriller about code-breaking and conspiracy, the film will debut at the Riviera festival and in French theaters on May 17, the festival said Saturday.


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'Underworld' Conquers Weekend Box Office (AP)
AP - Vampires and werewolves trumped Little Red Riding Hood at the box office this weekend, with the blood-drenched sequel "Underworld: Evolution" taking the top spot from the animated tale "Hoodwinked."

Academy Award Statuettes Arrive in NYC (AP)
The 50 Oscars for the 78th Academy Awards are displayed in New York's Times Square Studios, Monday Jan. 23, 2006. Each statuette is 13 1/2 inches tall, weighs 8 1/2 lbs, is clad 24 carat gold plate, and costs $400 each to produce. They are scheduled to be presented in Hollywood March 5, 2006.  (AP Photo/Richard Drew)AP - Oscar, welcome to the Big Apple.


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Oscars May Surprise Despite Front-Runners (AP)
In this photo provided by Focus Features, Ennis Del Mar( Heath Ledger,left) and Jack Twist (Jake Gyllenhaal)  are two cowboys from very different backgrounds who meet and fall in love while working together in 'Brokeback Mountain.'  (AP Photo/ Focus Features/ Kimberly French)AP - As Oscar season heats up, it's a one-horse race led by two cowboys.


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"Underworld" Rises, "Brokeback" Bolstered (E! Online)
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 vampires vs. werewolves sequel Underworld: Evolution scared up 
 $26.9 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 $26.9 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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Muslim Comics Use Laughter As a Tool (AP)
Muslim comic Azhar Usman performs at the Eid festival for the Prayer Center of Orland Park Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2006, in Tinley Park, Ill. Usman, 30, is one of several emerging Muslim comics who are touring the United States and the world trying to break down stereotypes, encourage critical thinking, create an identity and get people to laugh. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson)AP - Azhar Usman says when he walks down the street, he gets dirty looks.


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Janette Carter of country music Carter Family dies (Reuters)
Reuters - Janette Carter, the last surviving child of country music's original Carter Family, has died, a family friend said on Monday.

Court: Williams' Heirs Own Rights to Show (AP)
AP - The right to sell some old recordings by Hank Williams belongs to the country music legend's heirs, an appeals court has ruled.

GLAAD Replies to Judges Comments on 'Idol' (AP)
The judges of the hit reality television series 'American Idol' (L-R) Simon Cowell, Paula Abdul and Randy Jackson are shown in this undated publicity photograph. The new season began January 17, 2006. NO SALES NO ARCHIVES  REUTERS/George Lange/Fox/HandoutAP - Is "American Idol" homophobic? The Fox talent show elicited a response from the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLADD) after judges Simon Cowell and Randy Jackson made what the gay rights group deemed questionable comments on last week's premiere episode.


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Rapper Nas splits Columbia for Def Jam -- report (Reuters)
Reuters - Rapper Nas has exited Sony's Columbia label and signed with Def Jam, according to a New York Times report.

Don Ho Back on Stage After Procedure (AP)
AP - Hawaiian crooner Don Ho has returned to the stage, less than two months after undergoing a stem-cell procedure in Thailand to strengthen his heart.

Arctic Monkeys, Hard-Fi rule UK charts (Reuters)
Reuters - New British rock bands ruled the latest U.K. pop charts, with Arctic Monkeys winning their second consecutive singles crown, and Hard-Fi ascending to No. 1 with its first album.

Singer-songwriter Kozelek plays at death crawl (Reuters)
Reuters - "It feels like a morgue in here," singer-songwriter Mark Kozelek said midway through his set Saturday at the Troubadour. "I know I'm not helping any." That might have been the understatement of the night.

Country gentleman, hillbilly rocker wow New York (Reuters)
Reuters - It was an unseasonably warm evening in Manhattan when Kentuckian Ricky Skaggs and Mississippian Marty Stuart co-headlined a sold-out show at the Times Square BB King's on Sunday.

U.S. May Get Version of 'Top of the Pops' (AP)
Lou Pearlman is shown in this 2000 handout file photo in Orlando, Fla. provided by Trans Continental/Shooting Star. Pearlman, the hitmaker behind the Backstreet Boys and 'N Sync, told The Associated Press on Monday, Jan. 23, 2006 that he and the BBC have nearly completed a deal to jointly produce an American version of 'Top of the Pops.'  The legendary TV show that features a countdown of the week's most popular songs with performances by top artists has been a staple in the United Kingdom for over 40 years.   (AP Photo/Trans Continental/Shooting Star, Ron Davis, File)AP - "Top of the Pops," the long-running British music program famous for performances by artists from The Beatles to Nirvana, is making another attempt to cross the Atlantic.


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Rosanne Cash Pours Emotion Into New Album (AP)
Roseanne Cash is photographed in the backyard of her New York home on Jan. 9, 2006. During a brutal two-year period, Cash lost her father, music legend Johnny; stepmother June Carter Cash; and her mother, Vivian Liberto Distin, who died on Rosanne's 50th birthday, less than a month after being diagnosed with lung cancer. Cash poured her emotions into her new album 'Black Cadillac,' which looks starkly at life and death and her place in one of music's most famous families.  (AP Photo/Jim Cooper)AP - The cameras had gone, so had the crowds. Rosanne Cash had often shared morning coffee with her father in the final months of his life, so the day after he was buried, she took her Starbucks cup to his grave at sunrise to visit him alone. The world had just lost Johnny Cash, the music legend. She lost her dad.


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