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Marc Jacobs Returns to Edgy Roots (AP)
The fall 2006 collection of Marc Jacobs is presented during Fashion Week, Monday, Feb. 6, 2006, in New York. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)AP - It was an uptown-downtown day at New York Fashion Week on Monday, with the bellwether designers for uptown girls — Carolina Herrera and Oscar de la Renta — showing their fall collections along with edgier offerings from Betsey Johnson and Marc Jacobs.


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B.B. King Offers Guitar As Reward for Dog (AP)
This undated family photo released by B.B. King International shows Lucille, King's 2-year-old white female Maltese, who has been missing since Jan. 27, 2006. King is offering an autographed copy of his signature guitar to anyone who can help him get his pet back. (AP Photo/B.B King International, Matt Lieberman)AP - B.B. King's dog, Lucille, has disappeared, and the legendary bluesman is offering an autographed copy of one of his signature "Lucille" guitars in an effort to get her back.


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Boca Raton Authorities May Charge Pesci (AP)
Actor Joe Pesci takes part during the first round at the Bob Hope Classic in La Quinta, Calif. in this Wednesday, Jan. 26, 2005 file photo. Pesci is being investigated after a fan said the Oscar-winning actor punched him in the mouth because he snapped a photo of him in a shopping center parking lot, police have confirmed. The 'Goodfellas' star gave his account of the Jan. 22 incident on Monday at a Boca Raton home where he was staying, police spokesman Sgt. Jeff Kelly said Friday. Garry Serino, who was with Pesci at the time, also gave police a statement.    (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez, FILE)AP - Police have confirmed that Oscar-winning actor Joe Pesci is being investigated after a fan said the star punched him in the mouth because he snapped a photo of him in a shopping center parking lot.


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Madonna Jokes About Her Diva Reputation (AP)
Rock 'n' roll stars, rap singers and other legends of modern music including Madonna (pictured) are tuning up their guitars, arranging their drums and more unusual stage accessories for the 48th Grammy Awards ceremony that is scheduled to take place here on Wednesday.(AFP/File/Nicolas Asfouri)AP - Madonna says she's more stubborn than a terrorist — at least when it comes to her music career.


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Robert Blake Bankrupt (E! Online)
Robert Blake filed for bankruptcy 
 Friday, just two and a half months after a civil jury ordered the actor 
 to pay $30 million in damages for the wrongful death of his slain wife, 
 Bonnie Lee Bakley.E! Online - Robert Blake filed for bankruptcy Friday, just two and a half months after a civil jury ordered the actor to pay $30 million in damages for the wrongful death of his slain wife, Bonnie Lee Bakley.


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"Brokeback" scribe's friends reluctant to see film (Reuters)
Screenwriters Diana Ossana (L) and Larry McMurtry pose with the award for best adapted screenplay for 'Brokeback Mountain' which they won at the 2006 Writers Guild Awards in Hollywood, California in this February 4, 2006 file photo. Ossana said some of her own friends and family have had a hard time coming to grips with the homosexual love story at the film's center. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - A few nights before their union handed out its annual awards, seven Writers Guild Award nominees adopted tones in keeping with the spirit of their respective films as they gathered at a panel session in Beverly Hills Thursday.


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Italian Priest Wants Michael Jackson on CD (AP)
Pop star Michael Jackson emerges from his child molestation trial at Santa Barbara County Superior Court in Santa Maria, Calif.,  on June 3, 2005.  An Italian priest who runs a music label specializing in religious songs said on Monday, Feb. 6, 2006, that Jackson could be one of several artists to sing on a CD of Pope John Paul II's prayers, but cautioned that the project is 'only a small idea' that has yet to be run by the Vatican for approval.(AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)AP - An Italian priest who runs a music label specializing in religious songs said on Monday that Michael Jackson could be one of several artists to sing on a CD of Pope John Paul II's prayers, but cautioned that the project is "only a small idea" that has yet to be run by the Vatican for approval.


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Roethlisberger Gets Shave From Letterman (AP)
In this photo released by CBS, host David Letterman shaves Pittsburg Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger on the set of The Late Show with David Letterman, Monday, Feb. 6, 2006. On Sunday, Feb. 5, Roethlisberger led the Steelers to their first Super Bowl victory in 26 years by defeating the Seattle Seahawks by a score of 21-10. (AP Photo/CBS, J.P. Filo)AP - Ben Roethlisberger was happy to get rid of his good-luck beard.


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Disney top of the class with 'High School Musical' (Reuters)
Reuters - Tweens stocked up on iPods and iTunes gift cards during Christmas. Now the 14-and-under set is making its presence felt in digital music sales.

Actress Hartley on memorable trip to 'Bethlehem' (Reuters)
Reuters - Written and performed by Emmy-winning actress Mariette Hartley ("The Incredible Hulk"), "If You Get to Bethlehem, You've Gone Too Far" -- a solo, 90-minute world premiere performance based on her best-selling 1990 memoir "Breaking the Silence" -- is bittersweet, thoughtful, playful and compelling.

"Brokeback" scribe's friends reluctant to see film (Reuters)
Screenwriters Diana Ossana (L) and Larry McMurtry pose with the award for best adapted screenplay for 'Brokeback Mountain' which they won at the 2006 Writers Guild Awards in Hollywood, California in this February 4, 2006 file photo. Ossana said some of her own friends and family have had a hard time coming to grips with the homosexual love story at the film's center. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - A few nights before their union handed out its annual awards, seven Writers Guild Award nominees adopted tones in keeping with the spirit of their respective films as they gathered at a panel session in Beverly Hills Thursday.


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"Stranger Calls" Rings Up Big Bucks (E! Online)
The few moviegoers who ventured out on Super Bowl weekend were 
 dialed in to When a Stranger Calls.E! Online - The few moviegoers who ventured out on Super Bowl weekend were dialed in to When a Stranger Calls.


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'When a Stranger Calls' Rings Up $21.6M (AP)
While babysitting, a high school student (Camilla Belle) is terrorized by someone who calls her in 'When a Stranger Calls.'  (AP/Screen Gems)AP - "When a Stranger Calls," the fright-film remake about a baby sitter menaced by a telephone stalker, dialed in as the top weekend movie with a $21.6 million debut.


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Did You Hear the One About 'Brokeback'? (AP)
Actors Heath Ledger (L) and Jake Gyllenhaal are pictured in a scene from 'Brokeback Mountain' in this undated publicity photograph.  The film has been nominated for best picture for the upcoming 78th Academy Awards.The nominations were announced in Beverly Hills, California, January 31, 2006, and the Oscars will be presented March 5, 2006.    NO SALES NO ARCHIVES REUTERS/Focus Features/HandoutAP - Some of the "Top Ten Signs You're a Gay Cowboy," courtesy of David Letterman:


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Disney expects to release Pixar rat film in 2007 (Reuters)
Reuters - The Walt Disney Co. expects to release Pixar Animation Studios Inc.'s film, "Ratatouille" in the summer of 2007, Disney Chief Executive Robert Iger said on Monday.

"Brokeback," "Crash" Do It Write (E! Online)
A couple of major Oscar contenders had the write stuff 
 Saturday night.E! Online - A couple of major Oscar contenders had the write stuff Saturday night.


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Gay Groups Hope to Capitalize on Oscars (AP)
Jim Gilbert feeds a snack to Mary, a quarterhorse, on Saturday, Feb. 4, 2006, in Battlecreek, Mich. Gilbert, 61, who is gay, considers himself a lifelong cowboy as he still competes in rodeos. He feels that the Oscar-nominated film 'Brokeback Mountain' tells the story of homosexual love in a way that will resonate with straight people everywhere. (AP Photo Scott Erskine)AP - Jim Gilbert gets goosebumps just thinking about Oscar night.


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Boca Raton Authorities May Charge Pesci (AP)
Actor Joe Pesci takes part during the first round at the Bob Hope Classic in La Quinta, Calif. in this Wednesday, Jan. 26, 2005 file photo. Pesci is being investigated after a fan said the Oscar-winning actor punched him in the mouth because he snapped a photo of him in a shopping center parking lot, police have confirmed. The 'Goodfellas' star gave his account of the Jan. 22 incident on Monday at a Boca Raton home where he was staying, police spokesman Sgt. Jeff Kelly said Friday. Garry Serino, who was with Pesci at the time, also gave police a statement.    (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez, FILE)AP - Police have confirmed that Oscar-winning actor Joe Pesci is being investigated after a fan said the star punched him in the mouth because he snapped a photo of him in a shopping center parking lot.


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Father's day for Cromwell in "Spidey 3" (Reuters)
Actor James Cromwell arrives at the premiere of the fifth season of HBO's 'Six Feet Under' in Los Angeles in this May 17, 2005 file photo. Cromwell is set to walk the beat in 'Spider-Man 3' as Captain Stacy, the father of Bryce Dallas Howard's character. (Michael Buckner/Reuters)Reuters - James Cromwell is set to walk the beat in "Spider-Man 3" as Captain Stacy, the father of Bryce Dallas Howard's character.


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'Wallace' sweeps animated film awards (Reuters)
Hollywood director Nick Park (C) arrives with the characters of his film, Wallace (L) and Gromit, at the red carpet for the opening of the 18th Tokyo International Film Festival in Tokyo in this October 22, 2005 file photo. 'Wallace and Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit.' swept the 2006 Annie Awards, which honor animated works. (Yuriko Nakao/Reuters)Reuters - It was a 10-carrot win for "Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit" over the weekend, as the Oscar-nominated claymatian comedy swept the 33rd annual Annie Awards, which honor animated works.


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Italian Priest Wants Michael Jackson on CD (AP)
Pop star Michael Jackson emerges from his child molestation trial at Santa Barbara County Superior Court in Santa Maria, Calif.,  on June 3, 2005.  An Italian priest who runs a music label specializing in religious songs said on Monday, Feb. 6, 2006, that Jackson could be one of several artists to sing on a CD of Pope John Paul II's prayers, but cautioned that the project is 'only a small idea' that has yet to be run by the Vatican for approval.(AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)AP - An Italian priest who runs a music label specializing in religious songs said on Monday that Michael Jackson could be one of several artists to sing on a CD of Pope John Paul II's prayers, but cautioned that the project is "only a small idea" that has yet to be run by the Vatican for approval.


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Busta Rhymes May Be Questioned As Witness (AP)
Rapper Busta Rhymes arrives for the grand opening of the Pussycat Dolls Lounge, in this, April 9, 2005, file photo in Las Vegas. A star-studded music video shoot was interrupted by gunfire that killed a bodyguard for rapper Busta Rhymes, police said. Missy Elliot, Busta Rhymes and G-Unit members including Lloyd Banks were scheduled to be filming on a ninth-floor soundstage when violence erupted outside the Brooklyn building early, Sunday, Feb. 5, 2006, said police Sgt. Kevin Farrell. (AP Photo/Eric Jamison, file)AP - Detectives want to question Busta Rhymes about the fatal shooting of the rapper's bodyguard outside a Brooklyn warehouse where a star-studded video was being taped, officials said Monday.


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B.B. King Offers Guitar As Reward for Dog (AP)
This undated family photo released by B.B. King International shows Lucille, King's 2-year-old white female Maltese, who has been missing since Jan. 27, 2006. King is offering an autographed copy of his signature guitar to anyone who can help him get his pet back. (AP Photo/B.B King International, Matt Lieberman)AP - B.B. King's dog, Lucille, has disappeared, and the legendary bluesman is offering an autographed copy of one of his signature "Lucille" guitars in an effort to get her back.


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Disney top of the class with 'High School Musical' (Reuters)
Reuters - Tweens stocked up on iPods and iTunes gift cards during Christmas. Now the 14-and-under set is making its presence felt in digital music sales.

Busta's Bodyguard Killed During Video Shoot (E! Online)
Busta Rhymes' security guard was fatally shot in Brooklyn 
 Saturday night as the rapper and several A-list pals gathered to make a 
 music video.E! Online - Busta Rhymes' security guard was fatally shot in Brooklyn Saturday night as the rapper and several A-list pals gathered to make a music video.


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Stern's Shock Radio Hits Canadian Airwaves (AP)
AP - Shock jock Howard Stern's Sirius satellite radio show made its belated Canadian debut Monday, with a lengthy discussion about the Super Bowl followed by the usual raunchy fare and his assertion that the Canadian government is no fan of his brand of entertainment.

Madonna Jokes About Her Diva Reputation (AP)
Rock 'n' roll stars, rap singers and other legends of modern music including Madonna (pictured) are tuning up their guitars, arranging their drums and more unusual stage accessories for the 48th Grammy Awards ceremony that is scheduled to take place here on Wednesday.(AFP/File/Nicolas Asfouri)AP - Madonna says she's more stubborn than a terrorist — at least when it comes to her music career.


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NFL Edits Out Explicit Stones Lyrics (AP)
The Rolling Stones perform on stage during halftime of the Super Bowl XL football game between the Seattle Seahawks and the Pittsburgh Steelers, Sunday, Feb. 5, 2006, in Detroit.  (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)AP - They may not have flashed any body parts — except for Mick Jagger's well-toned stomach — but the Rolling Stones made ABC glad editors were on duty for the Super Bowl halftime show.


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Love: "Gnarly" Drug Problem Beat (E! Online)
A clean and sober Courtney Love is ready to roll. And rock.E! Online - A clean and sober Courtney Love is ready to roll. And rock.


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Mariah Carey has visions of love from the Grammys (Reuters)
Singer Mariah Carey is seen at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles in this November 22, 2005 file photo. The last time Carey received a batch of Grammy nominations, she endured one of the most humiliating experiences of her career as she was shut out all six times while a worldwide television audience watched her mood darken throughout the ceremony. (Chris Pizzello/Files/Reuters)Reuters - The last time Mariah Carey received a batch of Grammy nominations, she endured one of the most humiliating experiences of her career as she was shut out all six times while a worldwide television audience watched her mood darken throughout the ceremony.


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