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Coroner: Chris Penn Died Accidentally (AP)
Actor Chris Penn discusses his new comedy series 'The Brotherhood of Poland, New Hampshire' with television critics during the CBS television network presentation at the Television Critics Association Summer press tour in Hollywood in this July 20, 2003 file photo. Penn has died in a Santa Monica residence, with no signs of foul play, a local ABC television affiliate reported on January 24, 2006. (Fred Prouser/File/Reuters)AP - Actor Chris Penn died accidentally from an enlarged heart and the effects of a mix of multiple medications, the county coroner's office said Monday.


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Slater Seeks Joint Custody of Children (AP)
Actor Christian Slater and wife Haddon Ryan are shown at the '5th Annual Lullabies and Luxuries Luncheon and Fashion Show' benefiting caring for children and families with Aids, at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel, in Beverly Hills, Calif., in this Oct. 12, 2003. Christian Slater is seeking joint custody of his 4-year-old daughter and 6-year-old son, according to refiled divorce papers. The documents, filed Friday in Superior Court, also indicate the actor wants to divide property under terms of a written agreement between himself and estranged wife Ryan Haddon. (AP Photo/Paul Skipper, File)AP - Christian Slater is seeking joint custody of his 4-year-old daughter and 6-year-old son, according to refiled divorce papers.


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Britney Spears to Join Mardi Gras (AP)
Britney Spears arrives for a post-Grammy Party at a private residence  Feb. 8, 2006, in Beverly Hills, Calif. Spears, a Louisiana native, will celebrate Mardi Gras in New Orleans later this month when the devastated city hopes to revive some its old partying ways, she said in a statement Monday, Feb. 13, 2006. The Mardi Gras parade season will run from Feb. 18-28; Fat Tuesday, or Mardi Gras Day, is Feb. 28.(AP Photo/Danny Moloshok)AP - Britney Spears, a Louisiana native, will celebrate Mardi Gras in New Orleans later this month when the devastated city hopes to revive some its old partying ways.


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TV Comedians Target Cheney Accident (AP)
US Vice President Dick Cheney, seen here, did not have a legal permit to hunt quail when he accidentally shot a 78-year old hunting partner over the weekend, the White House says(AFP/File/Tim Sloan)AP - Television talk shows took aim Monday at Vice President Dick Cheney's accidental weekend shooting in Texas of a hunting companion. Here are a few of the jokes.


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Mineta Calls Spears 'Irresponsible' (AP)
U. S. Department of Transportation Secretary Norman Mineta, right, and Sen. Rick Santorum R-Pa., center, watch Dr. Dennis Durbin as he helps Joey Korger attach a seatbelt  in a booster seat demonstration Monday, Feb. 13 2006, in Philadelphia. Mineta visited Children's Hospital of Philadelphia to call for a new national focus on child booster seat use, to announce a new federal initiative and challenge parents to do more to keep their children safe in cars. Camy Woods, 6, is at left. (AP Photo/H. Rumph Jr)AP - Transportation Secretary Norman Mineta chided pop star Britney Spears as "irresponsible" for driving with her baby on her lap as he announced a new initiative Monday to improve child car-seat safety.


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MovieBeam offers first HDTV online movie rentals (Reuters)
Dewayne Caldwell, a worker for the Freeman Companies, sets up a display of high definition television screens at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada, in this January 3, 2006 file photo. MovieBeam, a video on demand movie service spun out of Walt Disney Co., is introducing on February 14 the first U.S. home delivery service for high-definition films. (Steve Marcus/Reuters)Reuters - A video on demand movie service spun out of Walt Disney Co. is introducing on Tuesday the first U.S. home delivery service for high-definition films, backed by top Hollywood and Silicon Valley partners.


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Queen of Israeli song Shoshana Damari dies at 83 (Reuters)
Reuters - Shoshana Damari, considered by many in the Jewish state to be the queen of Israeli song, died on Tuesday after a short illness, her family said. She was 83.

TV Comedians Target Cheney Accident (AP)
US Vice President Dick Cheney, seen here, did not have a legal permit to hunt quail when he accidentally shot a 78-year old hunting partner over the weekend, the White House says(AFP/File/Tim Sloan)AP - Television talk shows took aim Monday at Vice President Dick Cheney's accidental weekend shooting in Texas of a hunting companion. Here are a few of the jokes.


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MovieBeam offers first HDTV online movie rentals (Reuters)
Dewayne Caldwell, a worker for the Freeman Companies, sets up a display of high definition television screens at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada, in this January 3, 2006 file photo. MovieBeam, a video on demand movie service spun out of Walt Disney Co., is introducing on February 14 the first U.S. home delivery service for high-definition films. (Steve Marcus/Reuters)Reuters - A video on demand movie service spun out of Walt Disney Co. is introducing on Tuesday the first U.S. home delivery service for high-definition films, backed by top Hollywood and Silicon Valley partners.


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"Barefoot" stepping in as "Woman" goes dark (Reuters)
Reuters - There's one Broadway opener this week: the revival of Neil Simon's "Barefoot in the Park" on Thursday at the Cort, with its newest cast headed by Patrick Wilson, Amanda Peet, Jill Clayburgh and Tony Roberts in the respective roles played so memorably in the film version by Robert Redford, Jane Fonda, Mildred Natwick and Charles Boyer (Redford and Natwick were reprising the roles they'd created in the Broadway original with Elizabeth Ashley).

MovieBeam offers first HDTV online movie rentals (Reuters)
Dewayne Caldwell, a worker for the Freeman Companies, sets up a display of high definition television screens at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada, in this January 3, 2006 file photo. MovieBeam, a video on demand movie service spun out of Walt Disney Co., is introducing on February 14 the first U.S. home delivery service for high-definition films. (Steve Marcus/Reuters)Reuters - A video on demand movie service spun out of Walt Disney Co. is introducing on Tuesday the first U.S. home delivery service for high-definition films, backed by top Hollywood and Silicon Valley partners.


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Danish film examines tensions with Muslim immigrants (Reuters)
Danish director Annette Olesen address a news conference to present her out of competition film '1:1 One to One' at the 56th Berlinale International Film Festival in Berlin, February 12, 2006. (Arnd Wiegmann/Reuters)Reuters - For the director of a new film exploring the tensions between Danes and Muslim immigrants, the row over cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad first published in Denmark should not have come as a complete surprise.


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Oldman on 5th "Potter" Black list (Reuters)
Actor Gary Oldman arrives at the premiere of 'Batman Begins' in Los Angeles.in this June 6, 2005 file photo. Oldman is in negotiations to reprise his role as Sirius Black for Warner Bros. Pictures' fifth Harry Potter installment, 'Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix', it was reported February 14, 2006. (Michael Buckner/Reuters)Reuters - Gary Oldman is in negotiations to reprise his role as Sirius Black for Warner Bros. Pictures' fifth Harry Potter installment, "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix."


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Wiesenthal docu in works (Reuters)
Simon Wiesenthal is seen in his Vienna office in this 2002 file photo. Nicole Kidman will narrate a feature-length documentary examining the life of Holocaust survivor and Nazi-hunter Wiesenthal, who died in September at 96. (Heinz-Peter Bader/Reuters)Reuters - Nicole Kidman will narrate a feature-length documentary examining the life of Holocaust survivor and Nazi-hunter Simon Wiesenthal, who died in September at 96.


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"Guantanamo," "Winter" put politics center stage (Reuters)
Director Michael Winterbottom is seen in San Sebastian, Spain, September 16, 2005. Organizers at the Berlin International Film Festival were bracing themselves Monday for the most politically charged day of the event so far, with Winterbottom's 'The Road to Guantanamo' and Iranian director Rafi Pitts' 'It's Winter' set to unspool in competition Tuesday. (Pablo Sanchez/Reuters)Reuters - Organizers at the Berlin International Film Festival were bracing themselves Monday for the most politically charged day of the event so far, with Michael Winterbottom's "The Road to Guantanamo" and Iranian director Rafi Pitts' "It's Winter" set to unspool in competition Tuesday.


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Sci-fi actors come to life for "Noise 2" (Reuters)
U.S. director Joss Whedon (L) and actor Nathan Fillion pose during a photo call in Sitges, Spain, in this October 9, 2005 file photo. Fillion is set to star in the horror film 'White Noise 2: The Light'. (Gustau Nacarino/Reuters)Reuters - "White Noise 2: The Light" has attracted two space stars into its orbit.


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Bay revives "Friday" for New Line (Reuters)
Director and Producer Michael Bay is seen in Hollywood in a 2003 file photo. Bay and his Platinum Dunes are gearing up to remake 'Friday the 13th' for New Line Cinema, from a script by Mark Wheaton. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - Jason is coming back.


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George Clooney ribs Dick Cheney at Oscar lunch (Reuters)
Oscar nominated director George Clooney, for 'Good Night, and Good Luck', attends the 78th annual Academy Awards nominees luncheon in Beverly Hills February 13, 2006. The Academy Awards will be given out in Hollywood on March 5. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - George Clooney, tongue firmly in cheek, said he wanted Vice President Dick Cheney to be his date at the Oscars. And Felicity Huffman said she was happy just to be going as a nominee and not a seat filler or part of the catering team.


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Cash dividend: 3 "Line" DVDs arriving February 28 (Reuters)
Oscar-nominated actor in a leading role Joaquin Phoenix, for his role in 'Walk the Line', attends the 78th annual Academy Awards nominees luncheon in Beverly Hills February 13, 2006. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - Hoping to ride on the Oscar buzz for "Walk the Line," 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment is rushing the Johnny Cash biopic to DVD in three versions February 28.


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Paramount unit to tell Gore's "Truth" (Reuters)
Reuters - Paramount's new specialty division has acquired worldwide rights to Participant Prods.' global-warming documentary "An Inconvenient Truth," featuring Al Gore.

Queen of Israeli song Shoshana Damari dies at 83 (Reuters)
Reuters - Shoshana Damari, considered by many in the Jewish state to be the queen of Israeli song, died on Tuesday after a short illness, her family said. She was 83.

Price delivers hallmark sound with cool understatement (Reuters)
Reuters - Given that both artists joined the Country Music Hall of Fame on the same night in 1996, there's a symmetry to a Ray Price appearance at Buck Owens' Crystal Palace. But what made Price's Bakersfield date Saturday particularly appropriate is the way in which his brand of country adapted well to what was essentially a supper-club engagement.

Levine to Stay at Met Until at Least 2013 (AP)
Metropolitan Opera music director James Levine announces his part in the Met's plans for the next five years from the stage of the Metropolitan Opera House at Lincoln Center, Monday, Feb. 13, 2006 in New York.  For the 2006-07 season,  Levine will conduct the opening night production of Puccini's 'Madama Butterfly.' (AP Photo/Henny Ray Abrams)AP - James Levine has agreed to stay at the Metropolitan Opera until at least 2013, and incoming general manager Peter Gelb has given the conductor a lifetime invitation to remain on one of the world's premier podiums.


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Aging but still spry, Jones delivers a heartfelt set (Reuters)
Reuters - While leaving the Cerritos Center on Friday, a woman chatted about several artists, including Elvis Presley and Conway Twitty, who died shortly after she saw them in concert. Her line of thought was entirely reasonable because she'd just seen George Jones deliver a performance that practically demanded the concertgoer consider the loss of the Possum.

Tweedy delivers stripped-down, essential rock in solo set (Reuters)
Reuters - Twenty minutes into his solo set Sunday night at the Henry Fonda Theater, Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy mocked the crowd's blind adoration, noting that the sold-out throng seemed to applaud his every remark. Yet there were several moments throughout the hour-and-45-minute set that deserved the rabid response, as Tweedy proved that he remains one of the most talented figures in American rock, with or without his band.

Scott Stapp Gets Married, Arrested (E! Online)
For Scott Stapp, the honeymoon was over before it even began.E! Online - For Scott Stapp, the honeymoon was over before it even began.


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Stapp Arrested for Allegedly Being Drunk (AP)
Former Creed lead singer Scott Stapp is photographed  Nov. 25, 2005 in Burbank, Calif.  Stapp has married former Miss New York Jaclyn Nesheiwat, People magazine reports on its Web site.The couple exchanged vows Friday night, Feb. 10, 2006, at the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, an estate on the waterfront of Biscayne Bay in Miami, the magazine reports.(AP Photo/Kim D. Johnson)AP - One day after reportedly getting married, former Creed lead singer Scott Stapp was arrested for investigation of being drunk at Los Angeles International Airport.


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"Outsiders" Star in for "24" (E! Online)
Figuring how quickly corpses pile up on 24, Ponyboy may 
 not stay gold for long.E! Online - Figuring how quickly corpses pile up on 24, Ponyboy may not stay gold for long.


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Hip-hop artist J Dilla, 32, dies (Reuters)
This undated file photo from Stones Throw Records shows hip-hop producer J Dilla, or Jay Dee, whose real name was James Yancey. J Dilla, whose soulful beats formed the backdrop to songs by artists like Common and A Tribe Called Quest, died Friday, Feb. 10, 2006, of complications from lupus, his manager said. He was 32. He was born and raised in Detroit and had been living with his mother in Los Angeles since being diagnosed with the immune system disease about three years ago, his manager, Timothy Maynor, said. (AP Photo/HO, Roger Erickson, Courtesy Stones Throw Records)Reuters - J Dilla, a founding member of hip-hop act Slum Village, died Friday (February 10) in Los Angeles. The Detroit-hailing rapper/producer succumbed to complications from lupus. He was 32.


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Brazil Prepares for Rolling Stones Show (AP)
Police pass the stage, which is still being erected for the Rolling Stones'  'A Bigger Bang' free concert on Copacabana Beach, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on Monday, Feb 13, 2006. City officials said Monday they expected nearly 2 million people to turn out for the concert on the beach next Saturday, just a week before the city's world-famous carnival celebrations. (AP Photo/Silvia Izquierdo)AP - The Rolling Stones promised a bigger bang, and they'll get one in Rio.


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