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Barry Manilow's New Album Opens at No. 1 (AP)
Musician Barry Manilow arrives for music producer Clive Davis' pre-Grammy party in Beverly Hills, Calif., Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2006. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)AP - Barry Manilow has landed on the top of the charts with a just-released album for the first time in 29 years. Manilow's "The Greatest Songs of the Fifties," debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart, followed by Mary J. Blige's "The Breakthrough" and Andrea Bocelli's "Amore."


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Spears Says Driving With Baby 'A Mistake' (AP)
Britney Spears, right, and her husband Kevin Federline arrive for the LG Mariah Carey and Jermaine Dupri Post Grammy Party at a private residence Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2006, in Beverly Hills, Calif. (AP Photo/Danny Moloshok)AP - Britney Spears has taken responsibility — well, some of it — for driving with her baby son, Sean Preston, sitting in her lap.


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Spike Lee: Miss. Should Get Rid of Flag (AP)
Director Spike Lee applause during the University of Mississippi's Black History Month celebration in Oxford, Miss., Thursday, Feb. 9, 2006. Lee was the featured speaker at a the event. (AP Photo/The Oxford Eagle, Bruce Newman)AP - Director Spike Lee, known for his stylish and controversial films, said Mississippi should get rid of the state flag during a speech at the University of Mississippi's Black History Month celebration.


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Martinized "Pink" sitting pretty at box office (Reuters)
Stars of 'The Pink Panther' (L-R) Kevin Kline, Beyonce, and Steve Martin are seen in New York, May 7, 2004. Now that the Super Bowl and Oscar nominations are in the past, four new wide releases are hitting theaters this pre-Valentine's Day weekend, with 'The Pink Panther' expected to purr the loudest. (Jeff Christensen/Reuters)Reuters - Now that the Super Bowl and Oscar nominations are in the past, four new wide releases are hitting theaters this pre-Valentine's Day weekend, with "The Pink Panther" expected to purr the loudest.


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Actor Franklin Cover Dies at Age 77 (AP)
AP - Franklin Cover, who became a familiar face as George and Louise Jefferson's white neighbor in the long-running TV sitcom "The Jeffersons," has died, his publicist said Thursday. He was 77.

'Destination' filmmakers return for third ride (Reuters)
Reuters - Filmmakers James Wong and Glen Morgan were in the midst of making 2003's "Willard" when, on a movie break at the Sherman Oaks Galleria, they saw a poster for "Final Destination 2." The duo had launched the New Line Cinema horror franchise three years earlier, and they felt a pang of sadness.

Schneider begins chapter in textural revolution (Reuters)
Reuters - Maria Schneider and her precision sound surgeons opened their top-notch night Wednesday at the Disney Concert Hall with a piece titled "Concert in the Garden," which won them a Grammy last year for best large jazz ensemble.

Actor Franklin Cover Dies at Age 77 (AP)
AP - Franklin Cover, who became a familiar face as George and Louise Jefferson's white neighbor in the long-running TV sitcom "The Jeffersons," has died, his publicist said Thursday. He was 77.

ANALYSIS: Movie biz a cold world for former TV hotshot (Reuters)
Reuters - In Hollywood, a rumor is like a hurricane: it starts from a small nugget of truth and can build into a disruptive force. Even when the person at the eye of the storm knows it's all bollocks, it's no fun.

Mamet's "Marriage" on the rocks (Reuters)
Reuters - In the new production of "Boston Marriage," David Mamet hits the trifecta of theatrical disaster. Mamet has written, directed and, presumably, cast the play (one of the three actresses to appear is his wife, Rebecca Pidgeon), and on all three counts an evening in the theater doesn't get much worse than this.

'Destination' filmmakers return for third ride (Reuters)
Reuters - Filmmakers James Wong and Glen Morgan were in the midst of making 2003's "Willard" when, on a movie break at the Sherman Oaks Galleria, they saw a poster for "Final Destination 2." The duo had launched the New Line Cinema horror franchise three years earlier, and they felt a pang of sadness.

Latest Hollywood script deals (Reuters)
Reuters - Joe Stillman, one of the scribes behind the "Shrek" movies, will write "Planet One," a computer-generated animated feature chronicling an alien race that is terrified of a human invasion. The film is in preproduction and slated for release in first-quarter 2008.

'Bambi II' outpaces 'Wallace' in DVD duel (Reuters)
Reuters - Early signs are that a direct-to-video sequel to a sixtysomething-year-old movie is racking up impressive sales -- to the point of handily beating a new theatrical release targeting the same child audience.

Spike Lee: Miss. Should Get Rid of Flag (AP)
Director Spike Lee applause during the University of Mississippi's Black History Month celebration in Oxford, Miss., Thursday, Feb. 9, 2006. Lee was the featured speaker at a the event. (AP Photo/The Oxford Eagle, Bruce Newman)AP - Director Spike Lee, known for his stylish and controversial films, said Mississippi should get rid of the state flag during a speech at the University of Mississippi's Black History Month celebration.


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Martinized "Pink" sitting pretty at box office (Reuters)
Stars of 'The Pink Panther' (L-R) Kevin Kline, Beyonce, and Steve Martin are seen in New York, May 7, 2004. Now that the Super Bowl and Oscar nominations are in the past, four new wide releases are hitting theaters this pre-Valentine's Day weekend, with 'The Pink Panther' expected to purr the loudest. (Jeff Christensen/Reuters)Reuters - Now that the Super Bowl and Oscar nominations are in the past, four new wide releases are hitting theaters this pre-Valentine's Day weekend, with "The Pink Panther" expected to purr the loudest.


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Ali MacGraw to Make Broadway Debut (AP)
Ali MacGraw presents at the Academy Awards  March 24, 2002, in Los Angeles. MacGraw will make her Broadway debut in 'Festen,' the London hit that will also star Larry Bryggman, Michael Hayden and Julianna Margulies. The play will open April 9 at the Music Box Theatre. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)AP - Ali MacGraw will make her Broadway debut in "Festen," the London hit that will also star Larry Bryggman, Michael Hayden and Julianna Margulies.


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A new look at autism as Berlin film festival opens (Reuters)
German actress Marie Baeumer (L) poses for photographers as she arrives for the opening of the 56th Berlinale International Film Festival in Berlin, February 9, 2006. (Christian Charisius/Reuters)Reuters - The Berlin Film Festival opened on Thursday with a story of love and loss starring Sigourney Weaver as an autistic woman whose daughter dies in a car crash and Alan Rickman as the man who helps her cope.


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China director seeks Western feast with "Banquet" (Reuters)
Chinese film director Feng Xiaogang attends a news conference for his latest film 'The Banquet' in Anji county, east China's Zhejiang province, in this November 23, 2005 file picture. Feng has been one of China's most beloved bankable movie names for years by honing on native tastes while other internationally celebrated directors have faced criticism at home for pandering to Western audiences and award committees. (China Daily/Files/Reuters)Reuters - Chinese films have become hot tickets around the world, but few movie-goers outside China have even heard of the country's arguably most popular, or at least most populist, director.


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Neil Young film becomes American family affair (Reuters)
Singer Neil Young poses with director Jonathan Demme at the 25th annual Sundance film festival in Park City, Utah January 24, 2006. Demme directed a documentary of Young's concerts titled 'Neil Young: Heart of Gold' which premiered at the festival. (Rick Wilking/Reuters)Reuters - Neil Young, iconoclastic troubadour for decades of counter-culture in the United States, has made the ultimate American family film.


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Kevin Costner to Rock Out at Golf Tourney (AP)
Kevin Costner tees off on the third hole of the Spyglass Hill Golf Course during the first round of the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am in Pebble Beach, Calif., in this Thursday Feb. 10, 2005 file photo. Costner will do more than play golf at the next BMW Charity Pro-Am at The Cliffs. The 51-year-old actor-director will debut his band with a concert for ticket holders and volunteers, tournament officials announced Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2006. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)AP - Kevin Costner will do more than play golf at the next BMW Charity Pro-Am at The Cliffs.


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Schneider begins chapter in textural revolution (Reuters)
Reuters - Maria Schneider and her precision sound surgeons opened their top-notch night Wednesday at the Disney Concert Hall with a piece titled "Concert in the Garden," which won them a Grammy last year for best large jazz ensemble.

Trynin's tell-all recalls whirlwind music career (Reuters)
Reuters - There's something poetic about the fact that one-time "rock star" Jen Trynin's first book, "Everything I'm Cracked Up to Be" (Harcourt), arrived in bookstores the same week as the Grammy Awards, which celebrate success as much as they do artistic achievement.

Barry Manilow's New Album Opens at No. 1 (AP)
Musician Barry Manilow arrives for music producer Clive Davis' pre-Grammy party in Beverly Hills, Calif., Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2006. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)AP - Barry Manilow has landed on the top of the charts with a just-released album for the first time in 29 years. Manilow's "The Greatest Songs of the Fifties," debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart, followed by Mary J. Blige's "The Breakthrough" and Andrea Bocelli's "Amore."


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Spears Says Driving With Baby 'A Mistake' (AP)
Britney Spears, right, and her husband Kevin Federline arrive for the LG Mariah Carey and Jermaine Dupri Post Grammy Party at a private residence Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2006, in Beverly Hills, Calif. (AP Photo/Danny Moloshok)AP - Britney Spears has taken responsibility — well, some of it — for driving with her baby son, Sean Preston, sitting in her lap.


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Spears admits driving with baby in lap "a mistake" (Reuters)
Britney Spears arrives for the Sony BMG Grammy Party in Los Angeles, February 8, 2006. Picture taken February 8, 2006. (Chris Pizzello/Reuters)Reuters - Pop star Britney Spears said on Thursday she "made a mistake" by driving a car with her infant son in her lap, but the agency that photographed the incident denied her claim that paparazzi were hounding her.


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Lennon Lyric Sheet to Be Auctioned (AP)
These photos, date and location unknown, provided by Bonhams & Butterfields show a two-sided sheet of paper containing the lyrics of a song called 'A Day In the Life' penned by John Lennon on Jan. 17, 1967. He revised the song on the same sheet of paper that afternoon with fellow Beatle Paul McCartney and it became the centerpiece of the album 'Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band.' Now, nearly four decades later, the sheet is expected to fetch more than $2 million at auction.  (AP Photo/Bonhams & Butterfields)AP - John Lennon sat down at his piano on Jan. 17, 1967 and used a black felt-tip marker to start writing the lyrics to a song called "A Day In the Life."


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Folk Musicians Celebrate Genre in Austin (AP)
Louis Jay Meyers, executive director of the 18th annual International Folk Alliance Conference, is shown at the entrance to one of the venues Thursday, Feb. 9, 2006, in Austin, Texas. The conference is a five-day event that is to begin Friday. It is designed to celebrate folk music and dance and spread its popularity. (AP Photo/Harry Cabluck)AP - Folk music promoter Tom Neff can't go anywhere without meeting someone who used to love Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, or Peter, Paul and Mary.


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'American Idol' Crushes Grammys in Ratings (AP)
Kayne West and John Legend hang out at West's Grammy after party on Wednesday Feb. 8, 2006. The two had a lot to celebrate, West won three Grammy's and Legend won one. (AP Photo/Branimir Kvartuc)AP - Some humbling news for professional musicians like Madonna and U2: By a wide margin, TV viewers prefer the amateurs.


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'American Idol' clobbers Grammys in TV ratings (Reuters)
Judges Randy Jackson (L), Paula Abdul (C), host Ryan Seacrest and judge Simon Cowell are seen at the finale of Fox's 'American Idol' at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood, May 25, 2005. The pop star wannabes of 'American Idol' outshone the likes of Madonna, U2 and Coldplay at the Grammys on Wednesday night as the hit TV talent contest clobbered music's highest honors in the Nielsen ratings. (Chris Pizzello/Reuters)Reuters - The pop star wannabes of "American Idol" outshone the likes of Madonna, U2 and Coldplay at the Grammys on Wednesday night as the hit TV talent contest clobbered music's highest honors in the Nielsen ratings.


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Merle Haggard extends chart span to 42 years (Reuters)
Reuters - Country outlaw Merle Haggard, who made his chart debut in December 1963 with "Sing a Sad Song," has the longest span of any artist on the Hot Country Songs survey.

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