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Spurlock Speech Causes Stir at Pa. School (AP)
Morgan Spurlock, filmmaker and star of the documentary film ''Super Size Me,'' in this March 3, 2004 file photo. Spurlock gave a profanity-laced, politically incorrect speech at a suburban Philadelphia high school on March 24, 2005. His comments thrilled students, and angered the superintendent. (AP Photo/E Pablo Kosmicki, File)AP - The filmmaker who ate nothing but McDonald's meals for a month for his Oscar-nominated film "Super Size Me" gave a profanity-laced, politically incorrect speech at a suburban Philadelphia high school, but not everyone was lovin' it.


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Country Music Star Buck Owens Dies at 76 (AP)
Co-hosts Buck Owens, left, and Roy Clark, right, perform with other cast members during a taping of 'Hee Haw' in 1986 in Nashville, Tenn. Shown between Owens and Clark is actor Ernest Borgnine, a guest on that episode. Owens, the flashy rhinestone cowboy who shaped the sound of country music with hits like 'Act Naturally' and brought the genre to TV on the long-running 'Hee Haw,' died Saturday March 25, 2006. He was 76. Owens died at his home in Bakersfield, said family spokesman Jim Shaw. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey)AP - Singer Buck Owens, the flashy rhinestone cowboy who shaped the sound of country music with hits like "Act Naturally" and brought the genre to TV on the long-running "Hee Haw," died Saturday. He was 76.


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'20,000 Leagues' Director Fleischer Dies (AP)
AP - Richard Fleischer, who directed several memorable films from sci-fi classics such as "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea" to war movies as "Tora! Tora! Tora!", has died. He was 89.

Hemingway's Fishing Boat May Be Restored (AP)
University of Pennsylvania professor Paul Hendrickson examines the Pilar, a 40-foot fishing boat belonging to writer Ernest Hemmingway, in this file photo from May 25, 2005, in Havana, Cuba. The Hemingway Preservation Foundation, Inc., is working to restore and preserve Hemingway's home, Finca Vigia, its contents, and his famous fishing boat, Pilar.  (AP Photo/Jorge Rey,File)AP - Ernest Hemingway's 40-foot, black-hulled fishing boat, the Pilar, could be getting a little restorative nip and tuck.


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Redeemed Church Takes Nollywood by Storm (AP)
AP - Now playing across Nigeria: The saga of a church that self-produced a few films and became an instant mogul in the country's giant movie marketplace known as Nollywood.

Changing India forces Bollywood to turn down volume (Reuters)
Reuters - Think Bollywood, and what usually comes to mind are kitschy, megawatt musicals with lavish song-and-dance sequences largely disconnected from the plot.

Spanish singer Rocio Durcal dies aged 61 (Reuters)
Reuters - Spanish actress and singer Rocio Durcal, who found fame as one of Mexico's most popular folk singers, has died following a long battle against cancer, her family said on Sunday.

Spurlock Lecture Causes Stir at Pa. School (AP)
Morgan Spurlock, filmmaker and star of the documentary film ''Super Size Me,'' in this March 3, 2004 file photo. Spurlock gave a profanity-laced, politically incorrect speech at a suburban Philadelphia high school on March 24, 2005. His comments thrilled students, and angered the superintendent. (AP Photo/E Pablo Kosmicki, File)AP - The filmmaker who ate nothing but McDonald's meals for his Oscar-nominated film, "Super Size Me," gave a profanity-laced, politically incorrect speech at a suburban Philadelphia high school, but not everyone was lovin' it.


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Retail sales key to "Hee Haw" DVD success (Reuters)
Reuters - "Hee Haw" was Time Life's best-selling DVD collection of 2005 -- and that ain't hay.

Show Tunes for Lenin: 'Iron Curtain,' a New Musical Comedy, Gets NYC Run (Playbill)
Playbill - Boasting a premise that would have the producers of The Producers salivating, the new musical Iron Curtain - about American songwriters who pen communist propaganda musicals - will begin Off-Broadway performances April 8.

Changing India forces Bollywood to turn down volume (Reuters)
Reuters - Think Bollywood, and what usually comes to mind are kitschy, megawatt musicals with lavish song-and-dance sequences largely disconnected from the plot.

Spurlock Lecture Causes Stir at Pa. School (AP)
Morgan Spurlock, filmmaker and star of the documentary film ''Super Size Me,'' in this March 3, 2004 file photo. Spurlock gave a profanity-laced, politically incorrect speech at a suburban Philadelphia high school on March 24, 2005. His comments thrilled students, and angered the superintendent. (AP Photo/E Pablo Kosmicki, File)AP - The filmmaker who ate nothing but McDonald's meals for his Oscar-nominated film, "Super Size Me," gave a profanity-laced, politically incorrect speech at a suburban Philadelphia high school, but not everyone was lovin' it.


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"Brokeback" Actor Not Happy, Nor Gay (E! Online)
Randy Quaid signed up for a gay cowboy movie, not a universal 
 love story.E! Online - Randy Quaid signed up for a gay cowboy movie, not a universal love story.


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'20,000 Leagues' Director Fleischer Dies (AP)
AP - Richard Fleischer, who directed several memorable films from sci-fi classics such as "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea" to war movies as "Tora! Tora! Tora!", has died. He was 89.

Redeemed Church Takes Nollywood by Storm (AP)
AP - Now playing across Nigeria: The saga of a church that self-produced a few films and became an instant mogul in the country's giant movie marketplace known as Nollywood.

Film Shoot Mistaken for Hostage Situation (AP)
AP - A movie set at the downtown post office turned all too real for a group of high school filmmakers. Members of the high school Spanish club were shooting a movie Thursday night when the police showed up believing a hostage crisis was going on inside the post office.

Actor Chris O'Donnell Is a Dad Again (AP)
Chris O'Donnell, left, arrives with his wife Caroline Fentress for the 57th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards in this Sunday, Sept. 18, 2005 file photo, at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles. O'Donnell's wife, Caroline Fentress, gave birth Friday to a baby boy at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Us Magazine reported. They haven't decided on a name yet, the magazine said.   (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian, FILE)AP - It's a boy — again — for actor Chris O'Donnell.


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All-star cast set for "March of Penguins" spoof (Reuters)
Actor Samuel L. Jackson arrives as a guest for the premiere of 'The Clearing' in Los Angeles in this June 26, 2004 file photo. Jackson has signed on to narrate an upcoming spoof of the Oscar-winning documentary 'March of the Penguins' with an all-star supporting voice cast, independent studio ThinkFilm said on March 24, 2006. (Jim Ruymen/Reuters)Reuters - Actor Samuel L. Jackson has signed on to narrate an upcoming spoof of the Oscar-winning documentary "March of the Penguins" with an all-star supporting voice cast, independent studio ThinkFilm said on Friday.


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Randy Quaid sues studio over "Brokeback Mountain" (Reuters)
Actor Randy Quaid arrives as a guest for the premiere of the boxing movie ' Cinderella Man'' in Los Angeles in this May 23, 2005 file photo. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - Actor Randy Quaid has sued the studio and producers behind "Brokeback Mountain" for $10 million, saying he was underpaid for his supporting role in the acclaimed film about two cowboys who fall in love.


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Quaid Sues Over Payment for 'Brokeback' (AP)
Randy Quaid  arrives for a  movie screening  Aug. 7, 2001, in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles. Quaid, who plays a tough sheep rancher in 'Brokeback Mountain,' claims he was fleeced for his work in the movie. Quaid filed a lawsuit Thursday, March 22, 2006, in Los Angeles County Superior Court alleging producers got him to work cheap by falsely claiming 'Brokeback' was 'a low-budget, art-house film, with no prospect of making any money.'(AP Photo/Kim D. Johnson)AP - Randy Quaid, who plays a tough sheep rancher in "Brokeback Mountain," claims he was fleeced for his work in the movie.


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Spanish singer Rocio Durcal dies aged 61 (Reuters)
Reuters - Spanish actress and singer Rocio Durcal, who found fame as one of Mexico's most popular folk singers, has died following a long battle against cancer, her family said on Sunday.

Country Music Star Buck Owens Dies at 76 (AP)
Co-hosts Buck Owens, left, and Roy Clark, right, perform with other cast members during a taping of 'Hee Haw' in 1986 in Nashville, Tenn. Shown between Owens and Clark is actor Ernest Borgnine, a guest on that episode. Owens, the flashy rhinestone cowboy who shaped the sound of country music with hits like 'Act Naturally' and brought the genre to TV on the long-running 'Hee Haw,' died Saturday March 25, 2006. He was 76. Owens died at his home in Bakersfield, said family spokesman Jim Shaw. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey)AP - Singer Buck Owens, the flashy rhinestone cowboy who shaped the sound of country music with hits like "Act Naturally" and brought the genre to TV on the long-running "Hee Haw," died Saturday. He was 76.


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Country music icon Buck Owens dies (Reuters)
Country music legend Buck Owens poses with his award for best club at the 40th annual Academy of Country Music Awards in Las Vegas, Nevada, in this May 17, 2005 file photo. Owens, who sold more than 16 million albums and popularized country entertainment on television as host of 'Hee Haw,' died on March 25, 2006 at age 76. (Ethan Miller/Files/Reuters)Reuters - Honky-tonk star Buck Owens, who sold more than 16 million albums and popularized country entertainment on television as host of "Hee Haw," died on Saturday at age 76.


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'Bye, Buck (E! Online)
Buck Owens was a different kind of country music star: He played 
 Carnegie Hall, not the Grand Ole Opry; he lived for Bakersfield, not 
 Nashville.E! Online - Buck Owens was a different kind of country music star: He played Carnegie Hall, not the Grand Ole Opry; he lived for Bakersfield, not Nashville.


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Songs by Buck Owens (AP)
Buck Owens announces the 'Legends In Bronze' unveiling ceremony during a press conference held at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino on May 17, 2005 in Las Vegas, Nev. Owens, the flashy 'rhinestone cowboy' who shaped the sound of country music and helped introduce the genre to mainstream America on the long-running TV show 'Hee Haw,' has died. He was 76. Owens died early Saturday, March 25, 2006 at his home, said a family spokesperson. The cause of death was not immediately known. (AP Photo/Tammie Arroyo)AP - Some of Buck Owens' hits.


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Q&A-T Bone Burnett (Reuters)
Reuters - Given his recent successes as a top-flight producer, it is easy to overlook that 58-year-old T Bone Burnett had a vital yet under-the-covers recording career of his own -- as a member of the Alpha Band, which grew from the group that backed Bob Dylan in the Rolling Thunder Review, and as a solo singer/songwriter/guitarist with a penchant for tunes braced with wit, heartbreak, social commentary and Christian spirituality.

Paradigm disguises outdoor sound speakers as rocks (Reuters)
Reuters - Fire up the barbie and crank up the tunes. Paradigm's new Rock Monitor combines high-tech capability with a decidedly low-tech design -- its outdoor speaker system is camouflaged as a lowly rock.

Apple packages videos for next iPod push (Reuters)
A video iPod is shown in this undated Apple Computer Inc. photo. Apple is exploring new ways to market and sell music videos in bulk as interest in downloadable video grows, it was reported March 24, 2006. (Apple Computer Inc/Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Apple Computer is exploring new ways to market and sell music videos in bulk as interest in downloadable video grows.


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Orchestras go digital on Universal download series (Reuters)
Reuters - Already a leader in the digital marketing of classical music, Universal Classics is guiding orchestras into the download age with its new "DG Concerts" series, which rolls out March 28 on iTunes.

Sambora Seeks Joint Custody With Locklear (AP)
Guitarist Richie Sambora, left, and his wife actress Heather Locklear arrive to the 'My VH1 Music Awards' in this Sunday, Dec. 2, 2001 file photo, at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles. Sambora is seeking joint custody of his 8-year-old daughter with Locklear, who filed for divorce last month after 11 years marriage. In papers filed in Los Angeles Superior Court on March 17, Sambora asks for joint physical and legal custody of the estranged couple's daughter, Ava Elizabeth, and requests the pair's premarital agreement be enforced.      (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian, file)AP - Bon Jovi lead guitarist Richie Sambora is seeking joint custody of his 8-year-old daughter with Heather Locklear, who filed for divorce last month after 11 years of marriage.


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