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Another 'Idol' Contestant Gets Booted (AP)
Singer and songwriter Barry Manilow (front row, 2nd L) poses with the top 11 finalists on the reality television series 'American Idol' in this undated publicity photograph. REUTERS/Kelsey McNeal/Fox Broadcasting Co./HandoutAP - The "American Idol" sing-off is down to 10.


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Chef Gets Big Send-Off on 'South Park' (AP)
AP - Isaac Hayes' Chef character got a true "South Park" send-off Wednesday night — seemingly killed off but mourned as a jolly old guy whose brains were scrambled by the "Super Adventure Club."

Jones Reynolds Recovering From Surgery (AP)
Television host Star Jones Reynolds arrives for the 57th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards seen in this Sept. 18, 2005 file photo, in Los Angeles. Reynolds is recovering from a breast lift procedure performed Friday, March 17, 2006, at a Santa Monica, Calif., hospital. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)AP - Star Jones Reynolds is recovering from a breast-lift procedure performed last week at a Santa Monica hospital, her publicist said Wednesday.


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Murder Trial of Phil Spector Is Delayed (AP)
Music producer Phil Spector is shown in Superior Court in a file photo from May 23, 2005, in Los Angeles. A judge agreed Wednesday, March 22, 2006, to postpone Spector's murder trial until Sept. 11, noting that prosecutors and a defense attorney have scheduling conflicts. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes, File)AP - A judge agreed Wednesday to postpone the murder trial of music producer Phil Spector until September, noting that prosecutors and a defense attorney have scheduling conflicts.


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Women Win Battle in 'Lion Sleeps' Case (AP)
AP - Three impoverished South African women whose father wrote the song known as "The Lion Sleeps Tonight" have won a six-year battle for royalties in a case that could affect other musicians.

"Violence" tops DVD rental chart in first week (Reuters)
Reuters - "A History of Violence" snagged the top spot on the DVD rental chart its first week in stores, but the Oscar-nominated crime drama wasn't able to topple "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire" from the No. 1 position on the DVD sales chart.

Tommy Lee, friends out to find a "Rock Star" (Reuters)
Tommy Lee leaves a news conference outside of Tokyo, November 19, 2005. The Motley Crue drummer will join former Metallica bassist Jason Newsted and one-time Guns N' Roses guitarist Gilby Clarke to form a new band called Supernova, and use a CBS reality show to find a singer. (Toru Hanai/Reuters)Reuters - Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee, former Metallica bassist Jason Newsted and one-time Guns N' Roses guitarist Gilby Clarke have formed a new band called Supernova, and will use a CBS reality show to find a singer.


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Chef Gets Big Send-Off on 'South Park' (AP)
AP - Isaac Hayes' Chef character got a true "South Park" send-off Wednesday night — seemingly killed off but mourned as a jolly old guy whose brains were scrambled by the "Super Adventure Club."

"American Idol" hits new ratings high note (Reuters)
Singer and songwriter Barry Manilow (front row, 2nd L) poses with the top 11 finalists on the reality television series 'American Idol' in this undated publicity photograph. (Kelsey McNeal/Fox Broadcasting Co./Handout/Reuters)Reuters - The amateur pop singers of "American Idol" hit another ratings high note on Tuesday as Fox television's talent-contest sensation scored its biggest audience yet for a performance episode of the show.


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Raise the Flag: Scott Bakula Stars in 'Shenandoah' Revival at Ford's Theatre (Playbill)
Playbill - The timely and timeless question, "What is worth fighting for?," is asked anew at Ford's Theatre in Washington, DC, where the Civil War-set musical Shenandoah opens March 22.

"Violence" tops DVD rental chart in first week (Reuters)
Reuters - "A History of Violence" snagged the top spot on the DVD rental chart its first week in stores, but the Oscar-nominated crime drama wasn't able to topple "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire" from the No. 1 position on the DVD sales chart.

CORRECTED: Aghdashloo to play Mary's cousin in "Nativity" (Reuters)
Reuters - In headline and paragraph 2 please read ... Aghdashloo ("House of Sand and Fog") would play her first cousin ... instead of ... Aghdashloo ("House of Sand and Fog") would play her sister ...

Review: Stark Intimacy Looms in 'Child' (AP)
In this photo provided by Sony Pictures Classics, the lives of Sonia (Deborah Francois) and Bruno (Jeremie Renier) change forever when she gives birth to their child, Jimmy, in 'The Child' ('L'Enfant'). (AP Photo/Sony Pictures Classics/Christine Plenus)AP - The title of the latest film from brothers Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne — "The Child" ("L'Enfant") — primarily refers to the infant born to a couple of young, restless Belgians, a baby boy who wasn't expected and is only vaguely wanted. But the real child in the film is the baby's father, who reveals himself as irreparably immature and selfish at every opportunity.


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Review: 'Inside Man' Gleefully Mainstream (AP)
In this photo released by Universal Pictures, stars Denzel Washington, left, Clive Owen, center left and Jodie Foster join director Spike Lee  during arrivals for the world premiere of  'Inside Man' in New York, Monday, March 20, 2006.   (AP Photo/Universal Pictures, Dave Allocca)AP - Glossy and gleefully mainstream, "Inside Man" is the least Spike Lee-ish Spike Lee Joint ever, and his best film since 2002's "25th Hour" — which, come to think of it, was also a departure for him in terms of substance.


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Beasties put new edge on concert film (Reuters)
The Beastie Boys (L-R) Mike Diamond, Adam Horowitz and Adam Yauch are photographed at the 2006 Sundance film festival in Park City, Utah, in this January 22, 2006 file photo. For their film, 'Awesome; I F*****' Shot That!,' which previews for one night in the United States on Thursday in digitally equipped theaters, the New York band gave 50 video cameras to fans at a 2004 Madison Square Garden concert who shot the show from their points of view. (The official title does not hide the profanity behind asterisks). REUTERS/Mario AnzuoniReuters - They were the first white rappers to hit it big, and they blazed musical trails on the Web and DVD. So leave it to the Beastie Boys to take the concert film in a radical direction by letting fans call the shots.


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Moore to Star in 'Vertical Hour' on B'way (AP)
Actress Julianne Moore arrives for a film premiere on Feb. 13, 2006 in New York. Moore will return to the New York stage  in the world premiere of 'The Vertical Hour' by British playwright David Hare. The play will open on Nov. 30 at a Broadway theater to be announced.(AP Photo/ Dima Gavrysh)AP - Julianne Moore will return to the New York stage in the world premiere of "The Vertical Hour" by British playwright David Hare.


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Random House sales undented by controversies (Reuters)
Copies of James Frey's 'A Million Little Pieces' are put on display in a bookstore in New York January 9, 2006. Recent controversy surrounding two Random House bestsellers, including 'A Million Little Pieces,' has not dented sales, but one of them may change the way memoirs are issued, the publisher's chief executive said on Wednesday. (Seth Wenig/Reuters)Reuters - Recent controversy surrounding two Random House bestsellers has not dented sales, but one of them may change the way memoirs are issued, the publisher's chief executive said on Wednesday.


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Stone: I Have No Problem Doing Nude Scene (AP)
Sharon Stone poses for photographers during a photo call in Berlin on Wednesday, March 22, 2006 to promote her new movie'Basic Instinct 2.' The film's German premiere is due to be held later Wednesday in Berlin. (AP Photo/Markus Schreiber)AP - Sharon Stone, who returns as the seductive Catherine Tramell in "Basic Instinct 2," says she has no problem doing a nude scene — if it's right for the role.


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N.C. Post Office Named After Ava Gardner (AP)
Actress Ava Gardner visits with patients at the U.S. Air Force Hospital in Wiesbaden, Germany on Dec. 25, 1954. The Smithfield ,N.C.,Post Office is now the Ava Gardner Post Office. President Bush signed legislation Monday, March 20, 2006, to rename the post office in honor of the Oscar-nominated actress, who grew up in Johnston County.(AP Photo/Albert Riethausen)AP - The Smithfield Post Office is now the Ava Gardner Post Office.


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Shannon collars "Dog" comedy (Reuters)
Actress Molly Shannon jokes with photographers as she arrives at the Vanity Fair Oscar party at Morton's restaurant in West Hollywood, California, in this February 29, 2004 file photo. The former 'Saturday Night Live' player is in final negotiations to star in the comedy 'Year of the Dog'. (Ethan Miller/Reuters)Reuters - It's dog days ahead for Molly Shannon.


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Tommy Lee, friends out to find a "Rock Star" (Reuters)
Tommy Lee leaves a news conference outside of Tokyo, November 19, 2005. The Motley Crue drummer will join former Metallica bassist Jason Newsted and one-time Guns N' Roses guitarist Gilby Clarke to form a new band called Supernova, and use a CBS reality show to find a singer. (Toru Hanai/Reuters)Reuters - Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee, former Metallica bassist Jason Newsted and one-time Guns N' Roses guitarist Gilby Clarke have formed a new band called Supernova, and will use a CBS reality show to find a singer.


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Women Win Battle in 'Lion Sleeps' Case (AP)
AP - Three impoverished South African women whose father wrote the song known as "The Lion Sleeps Tonight" have won a six-year battle for royalties in a case that could affect other musicians.

Another 'Idol' Contestant Gets Booted (AP)
Singer and songwriter Barry Manilow (front row, 2nd L) poses with the top 11 finalists on the reality television series 'American Idol' in this undated publicity photograph. REUTERS/Kelsey McNeal/Fox Broadcasting Co./HandoutAP - The "American Idol" sing-off is down to 10.


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Spector's murder trial delayed until fall (Reuters)
Music producer Phil Spector gestures in Los Angeles Superior Court during a preliminary hearing ahead of his murder trial in Los Angeles in this October 27, 2005 file photo. Spector's trial was postponed on March 22, 2006 until September. (Robert Galbraith/Reuters)Reuters - Rock producer Phil Spector's murder trial was postponed until September on Wednesday after prosecutors and defense attorneys said they would be busy until then on other cases.


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Spector Trial Reset for September (E! Online)
Spector, 
 this time with his 'fro in check, appeared in a Los Angeles court 
 Tuesday to okay a request to postpone his upcoming murder trial due to 
 defense and prosecution scheduling conflicts, the district attorney's 
 office confirmed.E! Online - Spector, this time with his 'fro in check, appeared in a Los Angeles court Tuesday to okay a request to postpone his upcoming murder trial due to defense and prosecution scheduling conflicts, the district attorney's office confirmed.


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Alvin heading "'West" into California dream (Reuters)
Reuters - An album of cover versions can sometimes be a window into a musician's roots. So it is with Los Angeles rocker Dave Alvin's "West of the West," which gathers 13 tunes by California songwriters.

The Charts Go Back to School (E! Online)
The calendar might say it's spring break season, but this week's 
 album charts is all about high school and report cards.E! Online - The calendar might say it's spring break season, but this week's album charts is all about high school and report cards.


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Aerosmith's Tyler Under the Knife (E! Online)
He may not want to, but it looks like Steven Tyler is going to 
 have to miss a few things.E! Online - He may not want to, but it looks like Steven Tyler is going to have to miss a few things.


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Murder Trial of Phil Spector Is Delayed (AP)
Music producer Phil Spector is shown in Superior Court in a file photo from May 23, 2005, in Los Angeles. A judge agreed Wednesday, March 22, 2006, to postpone Spector's murder trial until Sept. 11, noting that prosecutors and a defense attorney have scheduling conflicts. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes, File)AP - A judge agreed Wednesday to postpone the murder trial of music producer Phil Spector until September, noting that prosecutors and a defense attorney have scheduling conflicts.


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Radiohead Tunes in Tour (E! Online)
Radiohead is ready to take the show back on the road.E! Online - Radiohead is ready to take the show back on the road.


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