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'Idol' Trounces Olympics in Ratings War (AP)
In this undated publicity photo released by Fox TV, judges for the network's hit show 'American Idol,' from left, Simon Cowell, Paula Abdul and Randy Jackson prepare for auditions in Denver during the talent show's fifth season. (AP Photo/Fox, Ray Mickshaw)AP - The winter Olympics proved no match for television's gold-medal winner, "American Idol." Fox's phenomenally successful contest crushed the Olympics in head-to-head competition on Tuesday night, 27 million viewers to 16.1 million, according to Nielsen Media Research.


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Smokey Robinson Honors Black History Month (AP)
Smokey Robinson poses at the Marriott Marquis hotel in New York's Times Square April 22, 2004. Robinson turned down the music and celebrated lesser-known black Americans while speaking Wednesday in honor of Black History Month at the University of Memphis.  (AP Photo/Jim Cooper)AP - Smokey Robinson turned down the music and celebrated lesser-known black Americans while speaking in honor of Black History Month at the University of Memphis.


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'Cold Case' Star Danny Pino Becomes a Dad (AP)
AP - "Cold Case" star Danny Pino received his Valentine's Day gift just a day late when his wife, Lilly, gave birth to the couple's first child Wednesday.

Busta Rhymes Scolded for Silence in Slay (AP)
Luz Ramirez, the mother of  Israel Ramirez, is comforted as she leaves a church in New York's Upper West Side neighborhood after attending her son's funeral service, Friday, Feb. 10, 2006.   Israel Ramirez, the bodyguard of rapper Busta Rhymes was shot to death outside a taping of a music video this past Sunday, February 5, 2006. (AP Photo/Jennifer Szymaszek)AP - The police commissioner berated rapper Busta Rhymes on Wednesday, accusing him of withholding information about the slaying of his bodyguard at a hip-hop video shoot.


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Court Voids Rowe's Loss of Parental Rights (AP)
Michael Jackson (L), wearing an abaya, a traditional women's veil and gown, holds the hand of a child as he shakes hands with a shopping mall security agent in Manama, Bahrain, January 25, 2006. An appeals court on Wednesday reinstated an order granting Jackson sole custody of his two children with ex-wife Debbie Rowe, despite her concerns over the singer's child molestation trial. REUTERS/Hamad MohammedAP - Michael Jackson's ex-wife, Deborah Rowe, won a round Wednesday in her battle over their two children, with an appeals court ruling that her parental rights were not properly relinquished under the law.


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Warner stops the presses with "President's Men" DVD (Reuters)
Reuters - The controversy over Vice President Dick Cheney's shooting of a hunting buddy was quickly dubbed "Quailgate" by the media, a nod to the legacy of Watergate. Warner Home Video couldn't have asked for better publicity for an upcoming release.

Smokey Robinson Honors Black History Month (AP)
Smokey Robinson poses at the Marriott Marquis hotel in New York's Times Square April 22, 2004. Robinson turned down the music and celebrated lesser-known black Americans while speaking Wednesday in honor of Black History Month at the University of Memphis.  (AP Photo/Jim Cooper)AP - Smokey Robinson turned down the music and celebrated lesser-known black Americans while speaking in honor of Black History Month at the University of Memphis.


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'Cold Case' Star Danny Pino Becomes a Dad (AP)
AP - "Cold Case" star Danny Pino received his Valentine's Day gift just a day late when his wife, Lilly, gave birth to the couple's first child Wednesday.

Primetime schedule shifts afoot at CBS, NBC (Reuters)
Reuters - CBS announced a flurry of midseason changes to its schedule Wednesday.

"Barnum" dazzles in high-energy revival (Reuters)
Reuters - While not the best Cy Coleman musical, "Barnum" is still a razzle-dazzle evening with a lot of flash and humbug.

Warner stops the presses with "President's Men" DVD (Reuters)
Reuters - The controversy over Vice President Dick Cheney's shooting of a hunting buddy was quickly dubbed "Quailgate" by the media, a nod to the legacy of Watergate. Warner Home Video couldn't have asked for better publicity for an upcoming release.

Mikkelsen enters 'Casino' as Bond foil (Reuters)
Daniel Craig poses for photographs near London's Tower Bridge before being named as the next actor to play James Bond, in the forthcoming film 'Casino Royale,' October 14, 2005. Mads Mikkelsen will fill the shoes of James Bond nemesis Le Chiffre, sources confirmed. The Danish actor joins Craig and Judi Dench in the Martin Campbell-helmed film. REUTERS/Stephen HirdReuters - The cast of Sony's "Casino Royale" remake is near completion.


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Oscar-nominated short films to tour country (Reuters)
Reuters - This year's Oscar-nominated live-action and animated short films are coming to theaters and small screens across the country, through a partnership between Magnolia Pictures and U.K.-based Shorts International.

Aronofsky inks first-look deal with Uni family (Reuters)
Reuters - Darren Aronofsky, writer/director of "Pi" and "Requiem for a Dream," has signed a first-look deal with Universal Pictures.

Tale of adultery unwinds slowly in "Longing" (Reuters)
German actors Anett Dornbusch (L-R) Ilka Welz and Andreas Mueller pose during a photocall to present their film 'Sehnsucht' (Longing) running in competition at the 56th Berlinale International Film Festival in Berlin February 15, 2006.     REUTERS/Tobias SchwarzReuters - "Longing" makes you long for a good movie. Tedious and long-winded even at its brief running time, this German film, written and directed by Valeska Grisebach, tells a mundane tale of adultery that lacks even the slightest insight. The film will have scant theatrical opportunity outside of German-speaking territories. Euro tube sales are its best bet.


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"Crime Novel" travels familiar mean streets (Reuters)
Reuters - This Italian gangster movie is based on a novel titled "Crime Novel" (Romanzo Criminale). So why not call this "Crime Movie?" Especially because, even though the story reputedly portrays a real gang of street punks that did rise to some power in Rome from 1977-92, the movie feels totally generic.

'Bambi II' leaps to top of DVD chart in 1st week (Reuters)
Reuters - Buena Vista Home Entertainment's "Bambi II" scored a stunning upset victory on the DVD sales chart the week ending February 12.

BAFTA honors Puttnam with fellowship nod (Reuters)
Lord David Puttnam (R) and comedian Eddie Izzard (L) listen to speeches at the annual Labour Party conference in Brighton September 26, 2005. The British Academy of Film and Television Arts said Wednesday it will present producer David Puttnam with this year's Academy Fellowship on Sunday at the organization's annual Orange British Film Awards. REUTERS/Toby MelvilleReuters - The British Academy of Film and Television Arts said Wednesday it will present producer David Puttnam with this year's Academy Fellowship on Sunday at the organization's annual Orange British Film Awards.


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Robert Redford Reflects on Watergate Film (AP)
In this file photo provided by Warner Bros., actors Robert Redford, right, and Dustin Hoffman appear in their roles as reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein, respectively, in the 1976 film 'All the President's Men.' (AP Photo/Warner Bros.)AP - "All the President's Men," the classic 1976 film about Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein's unraveling of Watergate, opens with hammering typewriter keystrokes that sound like gunshots.


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"Legend" offers mild chills (Reuters)
Reuters - Bad things happen to good city folk when they move to the sticks -- a standard setup that unfolds with lukewarm results in "The Legend of Lucy Keyes."

Smokey Robinson Honors Black History Month (AP)
Smokey Robinson poses at the Marriott Marquis hotel in New York's Times Square April 22, 2004. Robinson turned down the music and celebrated lesser-known black Americans while speaking Wednesday in honor of Black History Month at the University of Memphis.  (AP Photo/Jim Cooper)AP - Smokey Robinson turned down the music and celebrated lesser-known black Americans while speaking in honor of Black History Month at the University of Memphis.


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Amazon, 4 music firms discuss digital service: report (Reuters)
Amazon's Seattle headquarters is seen in an undated file photo. Online retailer Amazon.com Inc. is in advanced talks with four top music companies on starting a digital music service as early as this summer, the Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday. REUTERS/HandoutReuters - Online retailer Amazon.com Inc. is in advanced talks with four top music companies on starting a digital music service as early as this summer, the Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday.


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Calif. court sides with Jackson's ex-wife (Reuters)
Michael Jackson (L), wearing an abaya, a traditional women's veil and gown, holds the hand of a child as he shakes hands with a shopping mall security agent in Manama, Bahrain, January 25, 2006. An appeals court on Wednesday reinstated an order granting Jackson sole custody of his two children with ex-wife Debbie Rowe, despite her concerns over the singer's child molestation trial. REUTERS/Hamad MohammedReuters - An appeals court on Wednesday refused to reinstate an order granting Michael Jackson sole custody of his two children with ex-wife Debbie Rowe.


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15 bucks and free beer for Hand's honky-tonk (Reuters)
Reuters - You can practically tell what James Hand's music sounds like from the names of the places he plays: Ginny's Little Longhorn ... Pearl's Dancehall & Saloon ... Riley's Tavern ... the Broken Spoke.

'Idol' Trounces Olympics in Ratings War (AP)
In this undated publicity photo released by Fox TV, judges for the network's hit show 'American Idol,' from left, Simon Cowell, Paula Abdul and Randy Jackson prepare for auditions in Denver during the talent show's fifth season. (AP Photo/Fox, Ray Mickshaw)AP - The winter Olympics proved no match for television's gold-medal winner, "American Idol." Fox's phenomenally successful contest crushed the Olympics in head-to-head competition on Tuesday night, 27 million viewers to 16.1 million, according to Nielsen Media Research.


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Court Voids Rowe's Loss of Parental Rights (AP)
Michael Jackson (L), wearing an abaya, a traditional women's veil and gown, holds the hand of a child as he shakes hands with a shopping mall security agent in Manama, Bahrain, January 25, 2006. An appeals court on Wednesday reinstated an order granting Jackson sole custody of his two children with ex-wife Debbie Rowe, despite her concerns over the singer's child molestation trial. REUTERS/Hamad MohammedAP - Michael Jackson's ex-wife, Deborah Rowe, won a round Wednesday in her battle over their two children, with an appeals court ruling that her parental rights were not properly relinquished under the law.


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Nickelback tops Junos with six noms (Reuters)
Reuters - Nickelback leads the pack with six nominations for the Junos, Canada's music awards, which were announced Wednesday by the CTV network and the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences.

Jay-Z seeks N.J. Nets theme song (Reuters)
Jay-Z waves to someone in the crowd during the New York Knicks versus the Los Angeles Lakers NBA game at Madison Square Garden in New York January 31, 2006. The Lakers won the game 130 to 97.  REUTERS/Seth WenigReuters - Def Jam president Jay-Z, who is also part owner of the NBA's New Jersey Nets, has launched a contest for amateur performers to write and record a Nets theme song. The contest is a partnership with Sprite and New York radio station WQHT (Hot 97).


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Nickelback Leads Canada's Music Awards (AP)
AP - Nickelback, the first Canadian band to debut No. 1 on the Billboard chart in over 30 years, received a leading six nominations Wednesday for Canada's annual top music award.

AC/DC singer Bon Scott's grave named heritage site (Reuters)
Reuters - In an unusual ruling, the grave site of AC/DC singer Bon Scott in Fremantle Cemetery in Western Australia was classified with a heritage listing Wednesday (February 15).

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