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Judge Halts Notorious B.I.G. Album Sales (AP)
In this March 8, 1997, file photo, Notorious B.I.G., left, gestures as he and producer Sean 'Diddy' Combs leave a party at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles, shortly before the rapper was shot to death.  (AP Photo/Venus Bernardo-Prudhomme, File)AP - A judge halted sales of Notorious B.I.G.'s breakthrough 1994 album "Ready to Die" after a jury decided the title song used part of an Ohio Players tune without permission.


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Crowe Buys Majority Interest in Rugby Club (AP)
AP - Actor Russell Crowe loves the South Sydney rugby league club so much that he bought a majority interest in the team Sunday.

Pitt-Jolie Wedding So Far Just Rumors (AP)
A cameraman and a photographer point their lenses at George Clooney's Villa on the Lake Como, in Laglio, Italy, Friday, March 17, 2006. Clooney is a friend of the Hollywood couple Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, and his lakefront villa in the town of Laglio is cited in Italian news reports as a credible location for their wedding ceremony. Saturday has been mentioned as a possible date. (AP Photo/Luca Bruno)AP - The main thing missing from the much-rumored wedding between Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie was the bride and groom. Still, officials held out hope that the couple would show up this weekend to tie the knot in this Lake Como retreat, a favorite getaway for the rich and famous.


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Jackson's California Playland Goes Dark (AP)
A produce delivery truck exits through the front entrance of pop star Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch after making a food delivery for the animals at the zoo on Jackson's property, Fri., March 17, 2006 in Los Olivos, Calif. (AP Photo/Michael A. Mariant)AP - Here lies Neverland. Trains once packed with laughing children no longer roll around the grounds. The arcade that pulsed with rap music, the curse words edited out, has fallen silent. No one waits at the gate with ice cream for youngsters to arrive.


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Exec Says SXSW Not What It Used to Be (AP)
Barsuk Records co-founder Josh Rosenfeld photographed during the SXSW Music Festival in Austin, Texas on Thursday, March 16, 2006. Rosenfeld and Christopher Possanza started their Seattle-based label to put out their own music, which Rosenfeld, smiling, describes as 'angular indie rock.' (AP Photo/Jack Plunkett)AP - Josh Rosenfeld, co-founder of Barsuk Records, has some advice for fledgling indie record labels at the South by Southwest music festival.


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Fashion designer Oleg Cassini dead at 92 (Reuters)
The White House Years', a 2001 exhibit marking the 40th anniversary of Jacqueline Kennedy's years in the White House with President John F. Kennedy. The black dress, designed by Oleg Cassini, was worn by Kennedy for an audience with Pope John XXIII in 1962. Cassini, who created gowns for former first lady Jacqueline Kennedy and for many Hollywood films, died on Friday, a spokeswoman said. REUTERS/Peter MorganReuters - Oleg Cassini, who created a fashion powerhouse and helped make Jacqueline Kennedy America's most glamorous first lady, died on Friday, his family said. He was 92.


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Judge Halts Notorious B.I.G. Album Sales (AP)
In this March 8, 1997, file photo, Notorious B.I.G., left, gestures as he and producer Sean 'Diddy' Combs leave a party at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles, shortly before the rapper was shot to death.  (AP Photo/Venus Bernardo-Prudhomme, File)AP - A judge halted sales of Notorious B.I.G.'s breakthrough 1994 album "Ready to Die" after a jury decided the title song used part of an Ohio Players tune without permission.


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Britain's ad police relent after bloody campaign (Reuters)
Reuters - Australia said "bloody well done" on Saturday after Britain's television advertising regulator lifted a ban on an Australian tourism campaign centered on the slightly risquhrase "bloody hell."

Exec Says SXSW Not What It Used to Be (AP)
Barsuk Records co-founder Josh Rosenfeld photographed during the SXSW Music Festival in Austin, Texas on Thursday, March 16, 2006. Rosenfeld and Christopher Possanza started their Seattle-based label to put out their own music, which Rosenfeld, smiling, describes as 'angular indie rock.' (AP Photo/Jack Plunkett)AP - Josh Rosenfeld, co-founder of Barsuk Records, has some advice for fledgling indie record labels at the South by Southwest music festival.


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New Musical, 'Story of My Life,' to Play CanStage (Playbill)
Playbill - Three world premieres and a homecoming for the international hit The Overcoat will punctuate the 2006-07 season of CanStage in Toronto.

Fashion designer Oleg Cassini dead at 92 (Reuters)
The White House Years', a 2001 exhibit marking the 40th anniversary of Jacqueline Kennedy's years in the White House with President John F. Kennedy. The black dress, designed by Oleg Cassini, was worn by Kennedy for an audience with Pope John XXIII in 1962. Cassini, who created gowns for former first lady Jacqueline Kennedy and for many Hollywood films, died on Friday, a spokeswoman said. REUTERS/Peter MorganReuters - Oleg Cassini, who created a fashion powerhouse and helped make Jacqueline Kennedy America's most glamorous first lady, died on Friday, his family said. He was 92.


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Ben Stein: Troops Were Snubbed at Oscars (AP)
Host Jon Stewart opens the 78th Academy Awards telecast Sunday, March 5, 2006, in Los Angeles. Comedy Central is reaping the rewards -- albeit modest -- of  Stewart's exposure as host of the Oscars. Viewership for 'The Daily Show' cable television show averaged 1.6 million for the six episodes after Stewart's Oscar gig. The show had been averaging 1.5 million viewers each night before the Academy Awards, according to Nielsen Media Research.(AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)AP - Ben Stein says the people who were snubbed on Oscar night weren't the stars who were passed over for Academy Awards, but American troops serving in Iraq and Afghanistan.


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Pitt-Jolie Wedding So Far Just Rumors (AP)
A cameraman and a photographer point their lenses at George Clooney's Villa on the Lake Como, in Laglio, Italy, Friday, March 17, 2006. Clooney is a friend of the Hollywood couple Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, and his lakefront villa in the town of Laglio is cited in Italian news reports as a credible location for their wedding ceremony. Saturday has been mentioned as a possible date. (AP Photo/Luca Bruno)AP - The main thing missing from the much-rumored wedding between Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie was the bride and groom. Still, officials held out hope that the couple would show up this weekend to tie the knot in this Lake Como retreat, a favorite getaway for the rich and famous.


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Spielberg Production Sued Over Haircut (AP)
AP - A Mescalero Apache family in southern New Mexico has sued the producers of Steven Spielberg's television miniseries, "Into the West," claiming a set stylist cut an 8-year-old girl's hair without regard for tribal customs.

Viacom to Sell DreamWorks Film Library (AP)
Hollywood giant Paramount Pictures announced plans to sell the film library of its recently acquired DreamWorks LLC to a group headed by billionaire George Soros for 900 million dollars(DreamWorks)AP - Entertainment company Viacom Inc. said Friday it agreed to sell the film library of the recently acquired DreamWorks studio to an investment group led by financier George Soros in a deal that values the library at $900 million.


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Defense: 'Da Vinci' Prosecution in Tatters (AP)
Author Michael Baigent arrives for the afternoon session of his case at the Royal Courts of Justice in London, Friday March 17, 2006.  Closing arguments began Friday in the copyright infringement suit in Britain against the publishers of Dan Brown's best-selling thriller 'The Da Vinci Code,' with the defence arguing that the plaintiffs' claim was too general to succeed.  Baigent and Richard Leigh sued Random House, publisher of 'The Da Vinci Code,' claiming Brown 'appropriated the architecture' of their 1982 nonfiction work, 'The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail.'  (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)AP - A lawyer for the publisher of "The Da Vinci Code" wrapped up the defense's case Friday by telling London's High Court that two authors' claim for copyright infringement was "in tatters."


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Newcomer Routh Stars in 'Superman Returns' (AP)
Actor Brandon Routh poses for a photo as he arrives for the ShoWest's closing night ceremony at Paris hotel-casino in Las Vegas on Thursday, March 16, 2006.  Routh received a Male Star of Tomorrow award at the event.  (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)AP - With that sturdy man-of-steel look about him, you'd think Brandon Routh was the next coming of Superman. Oh, wait, he is.


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Lake Como buzzes with Pitt-Jolie wedding rumors (Reuters)
Photographers focus on Villa Oleandra, the home of movie star George Clooney, in the northern Italian lakefront hamlet of Laglio March 17, 2006. REUTERS/Max RossiReuters - Rumors that Hollywood sweethearts Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt could marry on the shores of Lake Como this weekend have transformed even quiet Italian villagers into star-struck gossip fans.


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Review: 'The Zodiac' (AP)
AP - The first-time filmmakers behind "The Zodiac" have gained bragging rights for beating director David Fincher into theaters with their take on California's astrologically nicknamed serial killer.

Review: 'Find Me Guilty' (AP)
AP - If you didn't know you were watching Vin Diesel in "Find Me Guilty," you wouldn't know you were watching Vin Diesel. And that's a compliment.

Judge Halts Notorious B.I.G. Album Sales (AP)
In this March 8, 1997, file photo, Notorious B.I.G., left, gestures as he and producer Sean 'Diddy' Combs leave a party at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles, shortly before the rapper was shot to death.  (AP Photo/Venus Bernardo-Prudhomme, File)AP - A judge halted sales of Notorious B.I.G.'s breakthrough 1994 album "Ready to Die" after a jury decided the title song used part of an Ohio Players tune without permission.


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Exec Says SXSW Not What It Used to Be (AP)
Barsuk Records co-founder Josh Rosenfeld photographed during the SXSW Music Festival in Austin, Texas on Thursday, March 16, 2006. Rosenfeld and Christopher Possanza started their Seattle-based label to put out their own music, which Rosenfeld, smiling, describes as 'angular indie rock.' (AP Photo/Jack Plunkett)AP - Josh Rosenfeld, co-founder of Barsuk Records, has some advice for fledgling indie record labels at the South by Southwest music festival.


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More pop artists turning to rap producers (Reuters)
Reuters - DJ Premier was surprised when he got the phone call last spring. It was RCA Records, saying that Christina Aguilera wanted the producer, best known for his gritty work with rap heavyweights Gang Starr, the Notorious B.I.G., Jay-Z, Nas and KRS-One, to work on the pop singer's forthcoming album.

Petty finishing solo album; plots tour, film (Reuters)
Reuters - Tom Petty is putting the finishing touches on a new solo album, "Highway Companion," expected to be released in June.

'Groove Me' Singer King Floyd III Dies (AP)
AP - King Floyd III, the soul singer and songwriter best known for his 1970 hit "Groove Me," died March 6 of complications from a stroke and diabetes, his record label said. He was 61.

Jackson's California Playland Goes Dark (AP)
A produce delivery truck exits through the front entrance of pop star Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch after making a food delivery for the animals at the zoo on Jackson's property, Fri., March 17, 2006 in Los Olivos, Calif. (AP Photo/Michael A. Mariant)AP - Here lies Neverland. Trains once packed with laughing children no longer roll around the grounds. The arcade that pulsed with rap music, the curse words edited out, has fallen silent. No one waits at the gate with ice cream for youngsters to arrive.


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No touring for Foo Fighters as Grohl awaits baby (Reuters)
Reuters - Dave Grohl and his fellow Foo Fighters are off the road until his first baby is born in April, the former Nirvana drummer told Billboard.

Good vibes as DeFrancesco teams up with Hutcherson (Reuters)
Reuters - Last summer Hammond B3 organist Joey DeFrancesco caught vibes maestro Bobby Hutcherson at the Jazz Showcase in Chicago. The evening proved to be a moment of convergence, both musically and personally.

Jazz label Palmetto plans low-priced reissues (Reuters)
Reuters - Sixteen-year-old jazz indie Palmetto Records is excavating its vaults to reissue significant titles in a series called Palmetto Classics.

Phoenix,Witherspoon duet nets CMT video nomination (Reuters)
Reuters - Actors Joaquin Phoenix and Reese Witherspoon probably never expected to star in a music video when they signed on for the film "Walk the Line," but their version of "Jackson" has netted them a CMT Music Award nomination for collaborative video of the year. The pair portray Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash in the film and the video, which is taken from the movie.

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