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Jackson Faces Deadline to Pay Workers (AP)
The entrance to pop star Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch home is seen in this Dec. 17, 2004, file photo, in Santa Ynez, Calif. The state barred workers from Jackson's Neverland Ranch Thursday, March 9, 2006, and fined the singer $69,000 because the estate's workers compensation insurance policy had lapsed. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill, File)AP - State regulators said Friday they will go after Michael Jackson in court if he fails to meet a Tuesday deadline to pay $100,000 in penalties and $306,000 in back pay owed to nearly 50 workers at his Neverland Ranch.


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McGraw, Hill Blast Katrina Cleanup Efforts (AP)
Tim McGraw and his wife Faith Hill arrive at thel Golden Globe Awards on Jan. 16, 2006, in Beverly Hills, Calif. The couple  met with reporters in Nashville Wednesday, March 8, 2006, to talk about their upcoming tour, but ended up venting their frustration with the cleanup efforts along the Gulf Coast in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.(AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)AP - Tim McGraw and Faith Hill met with reporters to talk about their upcoming tour, but ended up venting their frustration with the cleanup efforts along the Gulf Coast in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.


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Antheil Composition Gets All-Robotic Show (AP)
AP - It's a concert without musicians when 16 baby grand player-pianos accompanied by a variety of drums, bells, xylophones and a siren perform American composer George Antheil's "Ballet Mecanique," or Mechanical Ballet.

Judge Tells Man to Stay Away From Ronstadt (AP)
AP - A Colorado man accused of stalking singer Linda Ronstadt for nearly a decade has been ordered by an Arizona judge to stay away from her.

Comedians Trace Arc of Comedy in Aspen (AP)
AP - The funny business is a moving target: From Jackie Gleason's pratfalls to Dave Chappelle's hip and racially charged delivery, comedy is constantly evolving. Yet there are eternal truths when it comes to tickling the funny bone, according to writers, directors and performers at the 12th Annual U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen this week.

Hells Angels sue Disney over movie plans (Reuters)
Reuters - Hells Angels has sued Walt Disney Co., claiming that a planned movie about a group of motorcycle riders called "Wild Hogs" infringes on its trademark name and skull logo.

Judge Tells Man to Stay Away From Ronstadt (AP)
AP - A Colorado man accused of stalking singer Linda Ronstadt for nearly a decade has been ordered by an Arizona judge to stay away from her.

French TV Network Hires Black Anchorman (AP)
AP - France's most popular television network has named a black journalist as a summer replacement for its star anchorman, a key change in the country's almost all-white TV news scene.

Disney-Pixar deal to close by late April, May: CFO (Reuters)
Dolls of the character Mr. Incredible from the Pixar Animation Studios film, The Incredibles, sit on display at the World of Disney store in New York in this January 19, 2006 file photo. Walt Disney Co.'s planned purchase of Pixar Animation Studios Inc. likely will close in late April or May, Disney Chief Financial Officer Tom Staggs said on March 10, 2006. REUTERS/Keith BedfordReuters - Walt Disney Co.'s planned purchase of Pixar Animation Studios Inc. likely will close in late April or May, Disney Chief Financial Officer Tom Staggs said on Friday at the company's annual meeting.


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Three NYC Companies Nurture Javon Johnson's New Play, 'Breathe' (Playbill)
Playbill - The Lark Play Development Center, in partnership with the Hip-Hop Theater Festival (HHTF) and Queens Theatre in the Park, will present a BareBones Production of Breathe, a new play by Javon Johnson.

Hells Angels sue Disney over movie plans (Reuters)
Reuters - Hells Angels has sued Walt Disney Co., claiming that a planned movie about a group of motorcycle riders called "Wild Hogs" infringes on its trademark name and skull logo.

A Hanks Family Film (E! Online)
Tom Hanks is keeping his next film in the family.E! Online - Tom Hanks is keeping his next film in the family.


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'Narnia' Sequel in the Works (AP)
AP - A sequel to the megahit family fantasy "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe" is slated to hit theaters in late 2007.

Box Office Slumps Worldwide in 2005 (AP)
AP - The movie business was down both in the U.S. and worldwide last year, final box-office figures show.

Pixar Steals Show at Disney Meeting (AP)
Robert Iger, president and chief operating officer of The Walt Disney Co., addresses shareholders inside the Anaheim Pond Friday, March 10, 2006, in Anaheim, Calif. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)AP - Pixar stole the show Friday at The Walt Disney Co. shareholders' meeting.


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Rachel Weisz to Be Face of Burberry (AP)
British actress Rachel Weisz, nominated for an Oscar for best actress in a supporting role for her work in 'The Constant Gardener,' arrives for the 78th Academy Awards Sunday, March 5, 2006, in Los Angeles. Weisz, who is seven months pregnant, is the face of Burberry's ad campaign for the new fragrance London. The ads were shot last fall. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)AP - The public has seen a lot of mama-to-be Rachel Weisz lately — first at the Golden Globes in a gold Donna Karan gown and then at the Oscars in a sleek black Narciso Rodriguez gown.


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New James Bond movie: fewer gadgets, more grit (Reuters)
Actor Daniel Craig, who plays James Bond is seen in this undated handout image from the new James Bond movie 'Casino Royale'. Forget the gadgets, invisible cars and exploding space stations. The next James Bond movie is going to be pure grit, real stunts and a spy who fumbles a kill, falls in love and dislikes violence, the makers say. REUTERS/Jay Maidment/HandoutReuters - Forget the gadgets, invisible cars and exploding space stations. The next James Bond movie is going to be pure grit, real stunts and a spy who fumbles a kill, falls in love and dislikes violence, the makers say.


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Review: 'The Shaggy Dog' (AP)
AP - In the creative funk that has Disney updating almost anything it can find in its family-film vaults, it probably was inevitable the studio would end up sniffing around "The Shaggy Dog" again.

Review: 'Failure to Launch' (AP)
AP - Everything about "Failure to Launch" screams out "typical romantic comedy," from the cutesy title to the whimsical posters (featuring stars Matthew McConaughey and Sarah Jessica Parker and their blindingly white teeth) to the absurdly contrived premise.

Review: 'Ask the Dust' (AP)
AP - Robert Towne would seem to be the ideal person to bring "Ask the Dust," John Fante's novel about an aspiring writer's dreams and doomed love affairs in 1930s Los Angeles, to the screen.

Antheil Composition Gets All-Robotic Show (AP)
AP - It's a concert without musicians when 16 baby grand player-pianos accompanied by a variety of drums, bells, xylophones and a siren perform American composer George Antheil's "Ballet Mecanique," or Mechanical Ballet.

Jackson Faces Deadline to Pay Workers (AP)
The entrance to pop star Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch home is seen in this Dec. 17, 2004, file photo, in Santa Ynez, Calif. The state barred workers from Jackson's Neverland Ranch Thursday, March 9, 2006, and fined the singer $69,000 because the estate's workers compensation insurance policy had lapsed. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill, File)AP - State regulators said Friday they will go after Michael Jackson in court if he fails to meet a Tuesday deadline to pay $100,000 in penalties and $306,000 in back pay owed to nearly 50 workers at his Neverland Ranch.


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Usher Wants to Teach Teens How to Succeed (AP)
AP - Grammy-winning R&B artist Usher wants to teach teenagers how to succeed in the sports and entertainment industries.

10-year-old Rock and Roll Hall spreads the word (Reuters)
Reuters - When the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum staged its 10th annual American Music Masters concert last November at Cleveland's State Theater as a tribute to Sam Cooke, even the performers were star-struck. Elvis Costello, for one, walked offstage in a haze, leaving behind Solomon Burke and Aretha Franklin to sing "A Change Is Gonna Come."

Indie labels multiply in gospel realm (Reuters)
Reuters - Though mainstream corporations have become a major presence in Christian music as EMI, Warner Bros. and Sony BMG have staked claims on the Christian/gospel landscape during the past decade, independents manage still to enjoy a share of the pie. And even though the climate is difficult, new companies keep springing up.

Kiwi band Die! Die! Die! eyes deal! deal! deal! (Reuters)
Reuters - Hailed at home as New Zealand's most exciting new band, uncompromising art-punk trio Die! Die! Die! aims to lock in label and agency deals for the United States and Europe during its stateside visit around the time of the March 15-19 South by Southwest music festival.

Blondie enters Hall of Fame in style (Reuters)
Singer Deborah Harry of Blondie arrives for Swarovski Fashion Rocks for The Prince's Trust in Monte Carlo, in this October 17, 2005 file photo. Blondie sure knows how to celebrate its 30th anniversary. On March 13, the legendary band -- along with the Sex Pistols, Black Sabbath, Miles Davis and Lynyrd Skynyrd -- will be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. REUTERS/Eric GaillardReuters - Blondie sure knows how to celebrate its 30th anniversary. On March 13, the legendary band -- along with the Sex Pistols, Black Sabbath, Miles Davis and Lynyrd Skynyrd -- will be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.


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Q&A with Van Morrison (Reuters)
Singer Van Morrison performs from his latest album 'Magic Time' in Malaga, southern Spain, in this January 17, 2006 file photo. REUTERS/Rafael MarchanteReuters - Few long-term recording artists remain as enigmatic as Van Morrison. The Belfast, Northern Ireland-born creator of countless classic albums and songs is notoriously media-wary and prefers to focus his energy on a prodigious recording output since leaving the ranks of the influential Northern Irish beat band Them in the 1960s.


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Classic R&B thriving on indie releases (Reuters)
Reuters - The success of youngsters like Chris Brown, Keyshia Cole and Ne-Yo has many observers trumpeting the refrain "R&B is back."

New Met chief eyes digital horizon (Reuters)
Reuters - Former Sony Classical president Peter Gelb has some intrepid ideas to re-energize one of the world's most prestigious opera houses when he takes the helm of the Metropolitan Opera in August.

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