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'Jaws' Author Peter Benchley Dies at 65 (AP)
Peter Benchley, who wrote the book 'Jaws' 30 years ago, points at a Scalloped Hammerhead shark as a Galapagos shark swims in background at the Monterey Bay Aquarium's new 'Sharks: Myth and Mystery' exhibit in Monterey, Calif., Thursday, April 1, 2004.  Benchley, whose novel 'Jaws' made millions think twice about stepping into the water even as the author himself became an advocate for the conservation of sharks, has died at age 65, his widow said Sunday, Feb. 12, 2006. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)AP - Peter Benchley, whose novel "Jaws" made millions think twice about stepping into the water even as the author himself became an advocate for the conservation of sharks, has died at age 65, his widow said Sunday.


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Kwan Says Thanks, but No, to NBC's Offer (AP)
Figure Skater Michelle Kwan of the United States speaks to the media during a press conference in Turin, Italy,  Sunday Feb. 12, 2006. Kwan spoke about her withdrawal from the games due to a groin injury. (AP Photo/Jasper Juinen)AP - Faced with the loss of its biggest Winter Olympics star only two days into the Turin Games, NBC tried to keep Michelle Kwan — in the broadcast booth.


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'Pink Panther' Claws to Top of Box Office (AP)
Actor Steve Martin is shown in a scene from the new film 'The Pink Panther' as he stars as Inspector Jacques Clouseau in this undated publicity photograph. The film opens in the U.S. February 10, 2006.  NO SALES NO ARCHIVES   REUTERS/Columbia Pictures/HandoutAP - Inspector Clouseau bumbled his way to the top of the box office as Steve Martin's "The Pink Panther" debuted with $21.7 million to lead a rush of new releases.


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Redford: Sundance a Bit Too Intense (AP)
Actor Robert Redford, president and founder of the Sundance Institute, smiles during the Sundance Film Festival's opening news conference in Park City, Utah, Jan. 19, 2006. The Sundance Film Festival is too intense for Robert Redford, who says he wasn't around for all of it this year. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)AP - The Sundance Film Festival is too intense for Robert Redford, who says he wasn't around for all of it this year.


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'Gilmore Girls' Feud Upset More Than Fans (AP)
This undated publicity photo, released by The WB, shows Alexis Bledel as Rory Gilmore, left, and Lauren Graham as Lorelai Gilmore in a scene from the network's series 'Gilmore Girls.' (AP Photo/ The WB / Scott Garfield)AP - This season's "Gilmore Girls" story line where the normally tight mother-and-daughter team of Lorelai and Rory feuded and gave each other the silent treatment caused some sharp arguments among the show's rabid fans.


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'Jaws' Author Peter Benchley Dies at 65 (AP)
Peter Benchley, who wrote the book 'Jaws' 30 years ago, points at a Scalloped Hammerhead shark as a Galapagos shark swims in background at the Monterey Bay Aquarium's new 'Sharks: Myth and Mystery' exhibit in Monterey, Calif., Thursday, April 1, 2004.  Benchley, whose novel 'Jaws' made millions think twice about stepping into the water even as the author himself became an advocate for the conservation of sharks, has died at age 65, his widow said Sunday, Feb. 12, 2006. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)AP - Peter Benchley, whose novel "Jaws" made millions think twice about stepping into the water even as the author himself became an advocate for the conservation of sharks, has died at age 65, his widow said Sunday.


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Bill Graham's rock archives stream online (Reuters)
Reuters - Some of rock's most intriguing content is now in cyberspace via Wolfgang's Vault. The memorabilia seller offers treasures from the stash of promoter Bill Graham, programmer of San Francisco's legendary Fillmore, who died in 1991.

Ulrich signs on for CBS' 'Jericho' (Reuters)
Reuters - Skeet Ulrich has been tapped to star in the nuclear-apocalypse drama pilot "Jericho" for CBS.

French comedy is no joke at overseas box office (Reuters)
Reuters - In the absence of any significant new rollouts internationally during the weekend, Steven Spielberg's "Munich," playing in 49 markets, found itself displaced from its No. 1 box-office spot by "Les bronzes 3: Amis pour la vie," a French-produced comedy that Warner Bros. is distributing in France.

Potential comedy untapped in Grodin's 'People' (Reuters)
Reuters - Anyone who has ever tried to buy a co-op apartment and been scrutinized by a high-handed board will probably find something to smirk about in Charles Grodin's new comedy, "The Right Kind of People," now receiving its New York premiere.

'Jaws' Author Peter Benchley Dies at 65 (AP)
Peter Benchley, who wrote the book 'Jaws' 30 years ago, points at a Scalloped Hammerhead shark as a Galapagos shark swims in background at the Monterey Bay Aquarium's new 'Sharks: Myth and Mystery' exhibit in Monterey, Calif., Thursday, April 1, 2004.  Benchley, whose novel 'Jaws' made millions think twice about stepping into the water even as the author himself became an advocate for the conservation of sharks, has died at age 65, his widow said Sunday, Feb. 12, 2006. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)AP - Peter Benchley, whose novel "Jaws" made millions think twice about stepping into the water even as the author himself became an advocate for the conservation of sharks, has died at age 65, his widow said Sunday.


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French comedy is no joke at overseas box office (Reuters)
Reuters - In the absence of any significant new rollouts internationally during the weekend, Steven Spielberg's "Munich," playing in 49 markets, found itself displaced from its No. 1 box-office spot by "Les bronzes 3: Amis pour la vie," a French-produced comedy that Warner Bros. is distributing in France.

"Jaws" author Peter Benchley dead at 65 (Reuters)
Peter Benchley, author of 'Jaws', at a news conference in Hong Kong in this July 19, 2000 file photo. The author of the best-seller which was made into a blockbuster movie that kept beachgoers out of the water for years, died at his home at age 65, his family said on February 12, 2006. (Bobby Yip/Files/Reuters)Reuters - Peter Benchley, author of the bestseller "Jaws" that was the basis for the blockbuster movie that terrified beachgoers and kept many out of the water for years, died at his home at age 65, his family said on Sunday.


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Germany terrorists subject of Eichinger's next pic (Reuters)
Reuters - German uber-producer Bernd Eichinger, who broke taboos with his Oscar-nominated, Hitler-themed drama "Downfall" and has divided audiences and critics alike at the Berlin International Film Festival with his competition entry "The Elementary Particles," is taking on the explosive topic of homegrown terrorism.

Rocker Manson offers glimpse of film-in-progress (Reuters)
Reuters - Shock rocker Marilyn Manson paid a visit to the Berlin International Film Festival on Sunday to drum up interest for his directorial debut, a surreal-horrific look at the life of English writer Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, better known by his "Alice in Wonderland" pseudonym Lewis Carroll.

Hard-to-like characters take viewers 'Slumming' (Reuters)
Reuters - "Slumming" has odd moments of wry, dark humor. Ultimately though, darkness overshadows humor, the film's characters so overbearing or misanthropic that they destroy any enjoyment of its quirky nature.

New Montreal FilmFest pulls October event (Reuters)
Reuters - The embattled New Montreal FilmFest has called off merger talks with the rival Festival du Nouveau Cinema and said it will not stage a second installment of the government-sponsored fest in October.

'Prairie' turns radio into winning cinema (Reuters)
Reuters - Not since Woody Allen's "Radio Days" has anyone created such a cinematic Valentine to the wonderfully imaginative medium of radio as "A Prairie Home Companion."

'Line' draws art direction nod (Reuters)
Reuters - "Walk the Line" won for production design on a contemporary film and "Memoirs of a Geisha" took the prize for period or fantasy film as the Art Directors Guild celebrated its 10th annual awards Saturday.

"Pink Panther" Pounces (E! Online)
In a weekend where most of the country was blanketed in white, the 
 box office was in the pink.E! Online - In a weekend where most of the country was blanketed in white, the box office was in the pink.


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Bill Graham's rock archives stream online (Reuters)
Reuters - Some of rock's most intriguing content is now in cyberspace via Wolfgang's Vault. The memorabilia seller offers treasures from the stash of promoter Bill Graham, programmer of San Francisco's legendary Fillmore, who died in 1991.

Rocker Manson offers glimpse of film-in-progress (Reuters)
Reuters - Shock rocker Marilyn Manson paid a visit to the Berlin International Film Festival on Sunday to drum up interest for his directorial debut, a surreal-horrific look at the life of English writer Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, better known by his "Alice in Wonderland" pseudonym Lewis Carroll.

Communities at Odds Over Haggard Honors (AP)
Country music legend Merle Haggard smiles during a news conference at the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History in Washington Wednesday, May 28, 2003 where he and his sister Lillian Haggard Hoge donated belongings taken on their family's Dust Bowl-era move from Oklahoma to California on Route 66. A dispute is brewing over which of two central California communities should be the first to honor country music legend Merle Haggard. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)AP - A dispute is brewing over which of two central California communities should be the first to honor country music legend Merle Haggard.


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Stones roll into Rio for huge Copacabana beach gig (Reuters)
Mick Jagger of the Rolling Stones sings as part of the halftime show during the NFL's Super Bowl XL between the Seattle Seahawks and Pittsburgh Steelers in Detroit, Michigan February 5, 2006. (Shaun Best/Reuters)Reuters - Roll over, bossa nova. The Rolling Stones are taking over Rio de Janeiro's famed Copacabana Beach next Saturday for what promises to be a historic rock'n'roll extravaganza.


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Country artist Alan Jackson takes gospel turn (Reuters)
Reuters - What was originally intended as a Christmas gift for his mother will soon become a treat for all of Alan Jackson's fans.

Piazza Offers Medals Ceremonies, Concerts (AP)
Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli performs during the Men's 20 Km Biathlon medal ceremony in Turin's Medal Plaza, Italy, Saturday, Feb. 11, 2006. Germany's Michael Greis won the gold ahead of Norway's Ole Einar Bjoerndalen, silver, and Halvard Hanevold, bronze, in Cesana San Sicario, northern Italy, at the Turin 2006 Winter Olympic Games on Saturday. (AP Photo/Domenico Stinellis)AP - There's a hole in the middle of every medal at these Winter Olympics for a reason: to honor the open piazzas. So it only makes sense that the city square at the heart of Turin is already THE place to be at these games.


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'3 Doors Down' Singer Recovers From Wreck (AP)
Lead singer Brad Arnold of the rock group 3 Doors Down  performs at the D.C. Armory in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 18, 2005. He  is recovering in his Biloxi home from injuries sustained in a one-car accident on a rain-soaked Mississippi road earlier this month. Arnold, 27, was a passenger in the car driven by his wife, Terika, when the accident occurred on Feb. 1, 2006, according to the band's Web site.(AP Photo/Elise Amendola)AP - The lead singer of 3 Doors Down is recovering at home from injuries sustained in a one-car accident on a rain-soaked Mississippi road earlier this month.


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Norah Jones and Co. express love of country (Reuters)
Norah Jones performs at the Higher Ground Hurricane Relief Benefit in New York, September 17, 2005. (Chip East/Reuters)Reuters - When you have snared a trophy case full of Grammy Awards in one sitting, including ones for album of the year and best new artist, it is a little hard to fly under the radar.


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Turin Throws Big Party to Start Olympics (AP)
Fireworks light up the Olympic rings during the opening ceremony for the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, Italy, Friday, Feb. 10, 2006. (AP Photo/Clive Rose, Pool)AP - TURIN, Italy — Mix in some song, dance and a squealing Ferrari, and cap it off with some opera. That's amore — for the Turin Olympics.


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Gelb Era at Met to Open With 'Butterfly' (AP)
Peter Gelb, the newly appointed General Manager of Lincoln Center's Metropolitan Opera, poses for a portrait, in a  Friday, Oct. 29, 2004 photo, in New York. The new impresario taking over the Metropolitan Opera is wasting no time putting a more cutting edge on the company scrapping plans for a 'three tenors' gala to open next season by substituting a controversial production of Puccini's 'Madama Butterfly' directed by Oscar winner Anthony Minghella. (AP Photo/Jennifer Szymaszek, file)AP - The new impresario taking over the Metropolitan Opera is wasting no time putting a more cutting edge on the company — scrapping plans for a "three tenors" gala to open next season by substituting a controversial production of Puccini's "Madama Butterfly" directed by Oscar winner Anthony Minghella.


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