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Crow Undergoes Surgery for Breast Cancer (AP)
Sheryl Crow arrives for the 48th Annual Grammy Awards, Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2006, at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Crow underwent surgery for breast cancer earlier this week and the prognosis for a full recovery is excellent, the singer's publicist, Dave Tomberlin, reported Friday, Feb. 24, 2006. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson, File)AP - Sheryl Crow underwent surgery for breast cancer earlier this week and the prognosis for a full recovery is excellent, the singer's publicist reported Friday.


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Gere Crowned Hasty Pudding Man of the Year (AP)
Actor Richard Gere reacts as he is dressed by Harvard University students Peter Dodd, left, and Charles Worthington, right, during Hasty Pudding Theatricals, Friday, Feb. 24, 2006 in Cambridge, Mass. Gere was awarded Harvard's Hasty Pudding Theatricals Man of the Year. (AP Photo/Lisa Poole)AP - Richard Gere donned a pair of glittering gold dancing pumps to earn his pudding pot and crown Friday as Harvard's Hasty Pudding man of the year.


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Nicky Hilton Unveils Fashion Line (AP)
Nicky Hilton walks on the catwalk as she promotes her clothing line during the Chick by Nicky Hilton fashion show in Las Vegas on early Friday, Feb.24, 2006.  (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)AP - Amid gawking stargazers and a grinding mix of '70s rock, socialite/designer Nicky Hilton unveiled her new upscale fashion line at a hip Las Vegas nightclub.


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'50s and '60s Bands Aim to Stop Copycats (AP)
Jon 'Bowzer' Bauman, formerly of the oldies band Sha Na Na, makes a point as he speaks at a news conference at the Legislative Office Building in Hartford, Conn., Thursday, Feb. 23, 2006. Bauman and Connecticut House Majority Leader Christopher G. Donovan, right, were unveiling proposed legislation to protect the rights of performers and consumers. The 'Truth In Music' bill would restrict bogus musical or singing groups from capitalizing on the names of recognizable bands. (AP Photo/Bob Child)AP - Doo-wop and rock 'n roll legends are asking lawmakers across the country to stop performances by some not-so-great pretenders.


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Clash of 'Idol' and Olympics Draws Viewers (AP)
Host Ryan Seacrest (L) and judges Simon Cowell (C) and Randy Jackson from the show 'American Idol' arrive at the Fox January 2006 TCA party held in Citizen Smith in Hollywood January 17, 2006. Television viewers proved they prefer amateur singers to champion skiers and figure skaters as the hit talent contest 'American Idol' stomped NBC's coverage of the Winter Olympics in the ratings. REUTERS/Phil McCartenAP - "American Idol" did a number again on the Olympics in terms of viewers Thursday, but the big winner from one of television's most competitive nights in memory may be the viewers themselves.


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"Tollbooth" never enters original territory (Reuters)
Reuters - Hmmm, let's see, a Jewish household peopled by exasperated, loving parents and three daughters, coping with such issues as interfaith relationships and familial breaking away. Sounds familiar, no? Like a fiddler on the roof, only not.

Johnson surfs to digital album sales mark (Reuters)
Reuters - When Jack Johnson reached the top of the Billboard 200 last week, his path to No. 1 marked a first for digital music sales.

TV's "Huge Night" of Splats (E! Online)
Sasha Cohen went splat. Ruth Marie Milliman went gone. Jerry Rice 
 went disco. Bobby Bennett went the way of all Judd Harrises. Put these 
 special moments all together, and what do you have?E! Online - Sasha Cohen went splat. Ruth Marie Milliman went gone. Jerry Rice went disco. Bobby Bennett went the way of all Judd Harrises. Put these special moments all together, and what do you have?


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ABC averages $1.7 million for Oscar ads (Reuters)
A Japanese news crew tapes a segment in front of Oscar statues at the 78th annual Academy Awards Fashion Preview held at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in Beverly Hills, California February 23, 2006. REUTERS/Phil McCartenReuters - The ABC network, flush from its blockbuster Super Bowl telecast, is reaping yet another bonanza from its upcoming Oscar show, traditionally one of the most watched events of the year on U.S. television.


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Dip Into Broadway's 'Well', Longacre Box Office Opens (Playbill)
Playbill - The box office at the Longacre Theatre opens Feb. 24 for Lisa Kron's Broadway comedy, Well, which begins previews March 10.

"Tollbooth" never enters original territory (Reuters)
Reuters - Hmmm, let's see, a Jewish household peopled by exasperated, loving parents and three daughters, coping with such issues as interfaith relationships and familial breaking away. Sounds familiar, no? Like a fiddler on the roof, only not.

Oscar's foreign films make strange bedfellows (Reuters)
A Japanese news crew tapes a segment in front of Oscar statues at the 78th annual Academy Awards Fashion Preview held at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in Beverly Hills, California February 23, 2006. REUTERS/Phil McCartenReuters - You've got Palestinian suicide bombers, young men about to explode in a South African shantytown, Nazis, Italian incest victims and World War One soldiers.


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Corbett Trades Movie Scripts for Music (AP)
John Corbett is shown in Tootsies Orchid Lounge, one of the last honkytonks in Nashville, Tenn., Monday, Feb. 13, 2006. Corbett, best known as Carrie Bradshaw's sensitive boyfriend on 'Sex and the City,' has taken a hiatus from acting to launch a music career. His debut album comes out April 4 on his own Fun Bone label. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey)AP - This just might be the role actor John Corbett was born to play.


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Superman, Batman Sequelize? (E! Online)
It is the ultimate fanboy fantasy not involving Princess Leia: 
 More Batman, more Superman.E! Online - It is the ultimate fanboy fantasy not involving Princess Leia: More Batman, more Superman.


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Howard Goes to the Movies (E! Online)
In his quest to leave no medium unturned, Howard Stern is looking 
 for a few good filmmakers.E! Online - In his quest to leave no medium unturned, Howard Stern is looking for a few good filmmakers.


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Crowe, Kidman's Outback Adventure (E! Online)
Russell Crowe and Nicole Kidman are finally going to share the 
 silver screen, and all from the comfort of home.E! Online - Russell Crowe and Nicole Kidman are finally going to share the silver screen, and all from the comfort of home.


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S. Korean Movie Centers on Gay Theme (AP)
AP - Just as "Brokeback Mountain" has become a pop-culture phenomenon in the United States, a gay-themed movie has racked up big box-office in South Korea.

"Brokeback" rides into popular culture (Reuters)
'Brokeback Mountain' stars Heath Ledger and Michelle Williams attend the 78th annual Academy Awards nominees luncheon in Beverly Hills February 13, 2006. In three short months, 'Brokeback Mountain' is not only an Oscar front-runner but has found its way into U.S. popular culture, inspiring parodies, jokes and cartoons across the spectrum from politics to pop music. REUTERS/Mario AnzuoniReuters - It began as a simple love story between two gay cowboys that movie critics wondered whether America would embrace.


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RiverRun Film Fest to Honor Ned Beatty (AP)
Ned Beatty  poses in at the New York's Music Box Theatre in this Oct. 17, 2003 file photo.  The RiverRun International Film Festival in March, 2006 will honor Ned Beatty, star of 1972's adventure-thriller 'Deliverance.' (AP Photo/Gino Domenico)AP - The RiverRun International Film Festival next month will honor Ned Beatty, star of 1972's adventure-thriller "Deliverance."


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Reiner Denies Wrongdoing in Politics (AP)
AP - Hollywood director Rob Reiner denied any wrongdoing Thursday in response to recent scrutiny about the potential misuse of taxpayer funds for a June ballot initiative he is spearheading.

Groundbreaker Matisyahu is spirited and spiritual (Reuters)
Reuters - Of all the artist-development stories to emerge in 2005, Matisyahu's was perhaps the most unique. Not only was his breakout album, "Live at Stubb's," hastily recorded for $8,000 at an Austin, Texas, club, but its first single, "King Without a Crown," is a modern-rock smash -- a nearly unheard-of feat for a reggae track. And then there is Matisyahu himself: a Hasidic Jew whose reggae- and rock-tinged sound celebrates his faith.

Johnson surfs to digital album sales mark (Reuters)
Reuters - When Jack Johnson reached the top of the Billboard 200 last week, his path to No. 1 marked a first for digital music sales.

Florida's Hard Rock Live fills a void for music fans (Reuters)
Reuters - At first blush, Hollywood, Fla., seems an unlikely place for an Indian reservation and a midsize concert venue.

Gospel artist Clark Sheard says it's far from "Over" (Reuters)
Reuters - Just mention the Clark Sisters, and fans like Missy Elliott, Mariah Carey, Faith Evans and Mary J. Blige line up to sing their praises.

New York Philharmonic inks 2 record deals (Reuters)
Reuters - It has been quite a while since the New York Philharmonic has made recordings on a regular basis. But the Phil and current music director Lorin Maazel are taking a plunge into a new era with two deals, one of which underscores the growing importance of a digital presence in the marketplace.

Steely Dan's Fagen ready to "Morph" (Reuters)
Reuters - Finding love in an airport security line, a ghostly feline hovering above New York and imaginary conversations with the late Ray Charles are not usual topics addressed in rock 'n' roll. But they're prime subjects in the alternate musical universe of Steely Dan principal Donald Fagen, whose third album, "Morph the Cat," arrives March 14.

Country outlaw Colter ends 20-year silence (Reuters)
Reuters - Jessi Colter may not have recorded a new mainstream album in more than 20 years, but she is quick to point out that she never left the music business.

"Word" is spreading about R&B artist Ne-Yo (Reuters)
Reuters - After landing at No. 1 as co-writer of Mario's 2004 smash "Let Me Love You," R&B singer/songwriter Ne-Yo is poised to hit the top of the charts as an artist.

Crow Undergoes Surgery for Breast Cancer (AP)
Sheryl Crow arrives for the 48th Annual Grammy Awards, Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2006, at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Crow underwent surgery for breast cancer earlier this week and the prognosis for a full recovery is excellent, the singer's publicist, Dave Tomberlin, reported Friday, Feb. 24, 2006. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson, File)AP - Sheryl Crow underwent surgery for breast cancer earlier this week and the prognosis for a full recovery is excellent, her publicist reported Friday.


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Sheryl Crow's Cancer Fight (E! Online)
Sheryl Crow has announced that she is recovering from breast 
 cancer surgery.E! Online - Sheryl Crow has announced that she is recovering from breast cancer surgery.


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