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Courteney Cox Returns to TV in 'Dirt' (AP)
**FILE PHOTO** Actress Courteney Cox Arquette arrives for the premiere of her movie 'The Longest Yard' May 19, 2005, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Danny Moloshok)AP - When "Friends" left television, so did Courteney Cox, who played Monica Geller on the long-running series. But the actress is coming back in "Dirt," a drama pilot for the FX network, in which she will play tabloid editor Lucy Spiller.


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CBS Radio Sues Howard Stern (AP)
Radio personality Howard Stern speaks during a news conference Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2006 in New York.  Stern, who recently left Infinity Broadcasting for a spot on Sirius Satellite Radio, called the news conference to discuss a lawsuit that he says CBS Radio, formerly Infiinity Broadcasting, plans to file against him.   (AP Photo/Jason DeCrow)AP - CBS Corp.'s radio division sued Howard Stern Tuesday, claiming its former star shock jock breached his contract with them when he moved to Sirius Satellite Radio Inc.


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'Anatomy' Star Recalls Dyslexia Struggle (AP)
This undated image made available by ABC shows Patrick Dempsey, left, and Barbara Walters on the set of 'Grey's Anatomy'. Walters interview Dempsey on 'The Barbara Walters Special' that airs Wednesday, March 1, 2006.   (AP Photo/ ABC, CAROL KAELSON)AP - "Grey's Anatomy" star Patrick Dempsey says his childhood wasn't so McDreamy: He wasn't diagnosed as being dyslexic until he was 12 years old.


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Britney Spears Celebrates Mardi Gras (AP)
Louisiana native Britney Spears throws some beads from a French Quarter balcony in New Orleans on Monday Feb. 27, 2006. With Mardi Gras only a day away, crowds are flowing into the French Quarter. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)AP - Britney Spears spent part of Mardi Gras with a group of students whose lives were upended when Hurricane Katrina devastated the area six months ago.


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'Da Vinci' Lawyer Says Ideas Too General (AP)
Dan Brown, author of the book 'The Da Vinci Code', leaves his lawyer's offices in London as he makes his way back to the Royal Courts of Justice, London Tuesday Feb. 28, 2006. Michael Baigent and Richard Leigh, authors of the 1982 nonfiction book 'The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail,' are suing publisher Random House, claiming that parts of their work formed the basis of Brown's 2003 novel, which has sold more than 40 million copies.The case is due to be adjourned till Tuesday for legal reasons. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)AP - Britain's High Court was plunged into the arcane world of Templars, Merovingians and characters such as Pepin the Fat as lawyers argued Tuesday over the genesis of the mega-selling thriller "The Da Vinci Code."


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Composer Menken expands role at Disney (Reuters)
Reuters - Composer Alan Menken, an eight-time Oscar winner and one of the driving forces behind "The Little Mermaid" -- which helped resuscitate Disney animation in the '80s -- has signed a nonexclusive, multipicture deal with the company.

Beatle Backs Seals (E! Online)
Paul McCartney and his wife, Heather Mills, want Canadian seal 
 hunters to get back.E! Online - Paul McCartney and his wife, Heather Mills, want Canadian seal hunters to get back.


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Fox ends Olympics winning streak in weeklong race (Reuters)
Reuters - Five hours of "American Idol" was enough to put Fox over the top in primetime among adults 18-49 during the week ended February 26, marking the first time in at least 25 years that any network has beaten a full week's worth of Olympics coverage on a rival outlet.

"Everwood" creator lured to TV deal at Disney (Reuters)
Reuters - "Everwood" creator Greg Berlanti has signed a three-year production deal with Disney's Touchstone Television under a mid-seven-figure pact that marks a major transition for the TV veteran.

Improv comedy "Free Ride" funny in parts (Reuters)
Reuters - Searching for a different approach to the traditional sitcom, Rob Roy Thomas, a veteran commercial director, came up with a series in which actors rely on a story outline and their own improv skills. After piecing together the best takes, the result was sensational. Sadly, "Significant Others" lasted only two seasons on Bravo.

Composer Menken expands role at Disney (Reuters)
Reuters - Composer Alan Menken, an eight-time Oscar winner and one of the driving forces behind "The Little Mermaid" -- which helped resuscitate Disney animation in the '80s -- has signed a nonexclusive, multipicture deal with the company.

"Violence" scribe shooting another crime drama (Reuters)
Reuters - Josh Olson, who will compete for the adapted screenplay Oscar Sunday for "A History of Violence," has written and will direct "Until Gwen," an indie feature based on the acclaimed short story by "Mystic River" author Dennis Lehane.

Tsunami survivors inspire "Tortoise and Hippo" (Reuters)
Reuters - Oscar-winning special-effects maven John Dykstra is set to make his directing debut on "Tortoise and Hippo," a film inspired by a photo that circulated following the Asian tsunami.

Trio joining Bullock in "Premonition" (Reuters)
Reuters - Kate Nelligan, Nia Long and Amber Valletta are joining Sandra Bullock in the supernatural thriller "Premonition," which is shooting in Shreveport, La.

Movie Group: 'Crash' Has Most Curse Words (AP)
AP - It's up for several honors at Sunday's Academy Awards ceremony, but "Crash" already has taken first prize for the most curse words in a film nominated for best picture.

Live-action short Oscar nominees hit iTunes (Reuters)
Reuters - The five pictures competing for the live-action short film Oscar on Sunday are available to buy on Apple's iTunes Music Store.

New, improved on DVD, "Network" hasn't aged a day (Reuters)
Reuters - "I think I'd like to be an angry prophet denouncing the hypocrisies of our time," fallen news anchor Howard Beale tells co-workers in the opening minutes of Paddy Chayefsky's masterpiece "Network."

"Da Vinci Code" Opened in Court (E! Online)
Will moviegoers have to wait to crack The Da Vinci Code? 
 The answer might hinge on a high-stakes legal battle playing out in the 
 U.K. that threatens the future of the mega-popular novel and its 
 cinematic offshoot.E! Online - Will moviegoers have to wait to crack The Da Vinci Code? The answer might hinge on a high-stakes legal battle playing out in the U.K. that threatens the future of the mega-popular novel and its cinematic offshoot.


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"It's Winter" a tough slice of Iranian neorealism (Reuters)
Iranian producer Mohammad Mehdi Dadgoo (L-R) Iranian director Rafi Pitts, Iranian set designer Malak Khazai and Iranian cutter Hassan Hassandoost pose during a photocall to present their film 'Zemestan' (It's Winter) running in competition at the 56th Berlinale International Film Festival in Berlin February 14, 2006.    REUTERS/Christian CharisiusReuters - "It's Winter" (Zemestan) is an above-average slice of neorealism that abandons the usual aestheticism of Iranian films for a much rawer approach.


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Oscar accountants ready as ballot deadline arrives (Reuters)
The inside of a facsimile final ballot for the 78th annual Academy Awards shows the choices facing voting members of the Academy at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in Beverly Hills, California in this February 8, 2006 file photograph. REUTERS/Lucas JacksonReuters - Voting in this year's Academy Awards race drew to an official close on Tuesday as a last wave of Oscar ballots poured in and two accountants prepared to tabulate the results under tight security.


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Beatle Backs Seals (E! Online)
Paul McCartney and his wife, Heather Mills, want Canadian seal 
 hunters to get back.E! Online - Paul McCartney and his wife, Heather Mills, want Canadian seal hunters to get back.


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Pamela Anderson to host Canadian music awards (Reuters)
Pamela Anderson is seen in Beverly Hills, California, November 15, 2005. Anderson has signed to host the Juno Awards, Canada's version of the Grammys, which will take place in Halifax, Nova Scotia on April 2. REUTERS/Chris PizzelloReuters - Pamela Anderson has signed to host the Juno Awards, Canada's version of the Grammys, which will take place in Halifax, Nova Scotia on April 2.


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Barry Bonds Impersonates Paula Abdul (AP)
Dressed in drag portraying Paula Abdul on 'American Idol,' San Francisco Giants left fielder Barry Bonds adjusts his dress as he participates in a rookie hazing spoof of the hit television show prior to a Major League Baseball spring training workout, Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2006, in Scottsdale, Ariz. (AP Photo/Ben Margot)AP - Paula Abdul probably could hit a fastball about as well as Barry Bonds could impersonate Paula Abdul.


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Smithsonian Museum Plans Hip-Hop Exhibit (AP)
Reporters at a crowded news conference are reflected in the sunglasses of Afrika Bambaataa as he speaks at the launch of the 'Hip-Hop Won't Stop: The Beat, The Rhymes, The Life,' exhibit at the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History  in New York, Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2006. The multi-year project will trace hip-hop from its origins in the 1970's to its status today.  (AP Photo/Henny Ray Abrams)AP - Standing at a podium, legendary hip-hop artist Grandmaster Flash, a bright orange hoodie sprouting from under his white leather jacket, shared the story of how he fell in love with vinyl records and turntables while growing up in the Bronx.


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Master P, Silkk to Stand Trial (E! Online)
Despite his sorry ballroom skills on Dancing with the 
 Stars, Master P will still get a chance to perform a tap dance.E! Online - Despite his sorry ballroom skills on Dancing with the Stars, Master P will still get a chance to perform a tap dance.


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Review: Rare Cuts Shine on Costello Album (AP)
AP - Elvis Costello, "My Flame Burns Blue" (Deutsche Grammophon)

McCartney, Wife to Protest Seal Hunt (AP)
Paul McCartney and his wife Heather watch from backstage at the Live 8 concert in Hyde Park,  London, on July 2, 2005. The couple will travel to the ice floes off the Canadian Maritimes this week to observe seal pups before the country's annual hunt opens, the Humane Society of the United States said Tuesday, Feb.28, 2006.  (AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)AP - Paul McCartney and his wife will travel to the ice floes off the Canadian Maritimes this week to observe seal pups before the country's annual hunt opens, the Humane Society of the United States said.


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Stones Finally Rolling to China (E! Online)
Barring, say, an avian flu outbreak, Rolling Stones fans in China 
 are finally going to get some--say it with us--satisfaction.E! Online - Barring, say, an avian flu outbreak, Rolling Stones fans in China are finally going to get some--say it with us--satisfaction.


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List of Works in Juilliard Collection (AP)
AP - List of some of the works in The Juilliard Manuscript Collection.

Buzz band TV On The Radio signs with Interscope (Reuters)
Reuters - New York rock act TV On The Radio, the subject of major-label rumors for some time, has jumped from indie label Touch & Go to Interscope Records.

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