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Michael Jackson Restructures Finances (AP)
Michael Jackson is seen in Santa Maria, Calif., in this June 3, 2005 file photo. Jackson is close to a $325 million debt refinancing plan that would save him from bankruptcy but deprive him of part of his prized Beatles song catalog, according to published reports. The deal ultimately would require Jackson to sell half of his 50 percent share in the catalog to Sony Corp., which already owns half of it, the Wall Street Journal and New York Times reported Thursday, April 13, 2006. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian, File)AP - Michael Jackson restructured his finances with the help of Sony Corp., which co-owns a valuable music catalogue with the pop star, Jackson attorneys said Thursday in a statement.


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Cruise: Baby Won't Have Catholic Baptism (AP)
Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes arrive to the premiere of 'War of the Worlds,' Thursday, June 23, 2005, in New York. (AP Photo/Diane Bondareff, FILE)AP - Katie Holmes was raised a Catholic, but, says fiance Tom Cruise, their soon-to-arrive baby will not have a Catholic baptism.


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Alicia Keys Lands Another Film Role (AP)
Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Alicia Keys poses at an event April 3, 2006, in New York.   She has been cast in the big-screen adaptation of the best-selling book, 'The Nanny Diaries,' which also features Scarlett Johansson, Keys' spokeswoman, Kelly Bush, said Thursday, April 13, 2006.(AP Photo/Dima Gavrysh)AP - Alicia Keys is adding another note to her acting resume. The Grammy-winning singer-songwriter has been cast in the big-screen adaptation of the best-selling book, "The Nanny Diaries," Keys' spokeswoman, Kelly Bush, said Thursday.


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'South Park' Creators Skewer Own Network (AP)
'South Park' creators Trey Parker, left, and Matt Stone pose at their offices in Los Angeles on Oct. 14, 2005.  Banned by Comedy Central from showing an image of the Islamic prophet Muhammad, the creators of 'South Park' skewered their own network for hypocrisy in the cartoon's most recent episode.( AP Photo/Ann Johansson)AP - Banned by Comedy Central from showing an image of the Islamic prophet Muhammad, the creators of "South Park" skewered their own network for hypocrisy in the cartoon's most recent episode.


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MTV Puts Star Skateboarder on Reality Show (AP)
AP - MTV will roll in a new reality series in the fall focusing on skateboarding star Rob Dyrdek and his bodyguard/best friend/roommate Christopher "Big Black" Boykin.

Cruise: Baby Won't Have Catholic Baptism (AP)
Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes arrive to the premiere of 'War of the Worlds,' Thursday, June 23, 2005, in New York. (AP Photo/Diane Bondareff, FILE)AP - Katie Holmes was raised a Catholic, but, says fiance Tom Cruise, their soon-to-arrive baby will not have a Catholic baptism.


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Michael Jackson Restructures Finances (AP)
Michael Jackson is seen in Santa Maria, Calif., in this June 3, 2005 file photo. Jackson is close to a $325 million debt refinancing plan that would save him from bankruptcy but deprive him of part of his prized Beatles song catalog, according to published reports. The deal ultimately would require Jackson to sell half of his 50 percent share in the catalog to Sony Corp., which already owns half of it, the Wall Street Journal and New York Times reported Thursday, April 13, 2006. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian, File)AP - Michael Jackson restructured his finances with the help of Sony Corp., which co-owns a valuable music catalogue with the pop star, Jackson attorneys said Thursday in a statement.


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Fox will put TV reruns on the Internet: report (Reuters)
Guests mingle at the party for the 12 finalists of the television show 'American Idol' at the Pacific Design Center in Los Angeles March 9, 2006. Fox is the home of hit programs such as 'American Idol' and 'The Simpsons,' and is the latest television network to take a shot at making its programming available online as more people turn to the Internet for entertainment. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - News Corp.'s Fox network has signed a six-year agreement with its 187 affiliated stations that will let it show reruns of its television programs on the Internet, the Wall Street Journal reported on its Web site on Thursday.


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Woman dies after riding Disney "rocket" (Reuters)
The Mission: SPACE ride at Walt Disney World's Epcot theme park in Orlando is seen in a 2003 file photo. A 49-year-old German woman died after riding a rocket simulator at Walt Disney World's Epcot theme park in Florida, the second person to die in less than a year after riding on Mission: SPACE, state officials said on Thursday. (Charles W. Luzier/Reuters)Reuters - A 49-year-old German woman died after riding a rocket simulator at Walt Disney World's Epcot theme park in Florida, the second person to die in less than a year after riding on Mission: SPACE, state officials said on Thursday.


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Is Coconut Grove Playhouse Closing Its Doors? (Playbill)
Playbill - There is dire news out of Miami for one of South Florida's - and the nation's - oldest professional theatres: Coconut Grove Playhouse has closed its doors, The Miami Herald reported.

Cruise: Baby Won't Have Catholic Baptism (AP)
Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes arrive to the premiere of 'War of the Worlds,' Thursday, June 23, 2005, in New York. (AP Photo/Diane Bondareff, FILE)AP - Katie Holmes was raised a Catholic, but, says fiance Tom Cruise, their soon-to-arrive baby will not have a Catholic baptism.


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Tom Cruising to Manhattan (E! Online)
Tom Cruise's next mission, should he choose to accept it: 
 Crisscross New York via helicopter, motorcycle, speedboat, subway and 
 motorized couch (okay, we made that last one up) for a six-hour 
 whirlwind promotion of Mission: Impossible III. And, to kill the 
 suspense, he already has.E! Online - Tom Cruise's next mission, should he choose to accept it: Crisscross New York via helicopter, motorcycle, speedboat, subway and motorized couch (okay, we made that last one up) for a six-hour whirlwind promotion of Mission: Impossible III. And, to kill the suspense, he already has.


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Alicia Keys Lands Another Film Role (AP)
Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Alicia Keys poses at an event April 3, 2006, in New York.   She has been cast in the big-screen adaptation of the best-selling book, 'The Nanny Diaries,' which also features Scarlett Johansson, Keys' spokeswoman, Kelly Bush, said Thursday, April 13, 2006.(AP Photo/Dima Gavrysh)AP - Alicia Keys is adding another note to her acting resume. The Grammy-winning singer-songwriter has been cast in the big-screen adaptation of the best-selling book, "The Nanny Diaries," Keys' spokeswoman, Kelly Bush, said Thursday.


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At the Movies: `Hard Candy' (AP)
AP - A 32-year-old man meets a 14-year-old girl on the Internet.

At the Movies: Capsule Reviews (AP)
AP - Capsule reviews of films opening this week:

Five killed as India tech hub buries film icon (Reuters)
A man walks past a burning bus on a street in the southern Indian city of Bangalore, April 13, 2006. (Jagadeesh Nv/Reuters)Reuters - Police opened fire in India's technology hub on Thursday, killing four people as tens of thousands of fans mourning the death of a film icon torched vehicles and attacked company offices.


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Blues Legends in Movie Soundtrack (AP)
Writer and director Craig Brewer gestures during an interview in this Friday, Dec. 9, 2005 file photo, in Los Angeles.  Brewer has started recording the music for his new movie, 'Black Snake Moan.' The blues-based soundtrack will have some of the genre's top musicians, who began recording in Memphis. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)AP - Memphis filmmaker Craig Brewer has started recording the music for his new movie, "Black Snake Moan."


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Bollywood Star Salman Khan Out on Bail (AP)
Bollywood actor Salman Khan, left, comes out of the jail in Jodhpur, in the western Indian state of Rajasthan, Thursday, April 13, 2006. Khan, jailed since early this week after being convicted of killing an endangered animal, was freed on bail Thursday. (AP Photo)AP - Salman Khan, jailed since early this week after being convicted of killing an endangered animal, was freed on bail Thursday from a jail in the western city of Jodhpur.


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At the Movies: `Scary Movie 4' (AP)
AP - The makers of "Airplane!" have reconnected for "Scary Movie 4," but they've created a sequel that never truly takes flight.

Holmes May Follow Scientology Birth Custom (AP)
Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes arrive to the premiere of 'War of the Worlds,' Thursday, June 23, 2005, in New York. (AP Photo/Diane Bondareff, FILE)AP - Tom Cruise has been practically shouting from the rooftops about his love for his pregnant fiancee, Katie Holmes. But when their much-anticipated baby is born, the superstar dad probably won't say a word.


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Michael Jackson Restructures Finances (AP)
Michael Jackson is seen in Santa Maria, Calif., in this June 3, 2005 file photo. Jackson is close to a $325 million debt refinancing plan that would save him from bankruptcy but deprive him of part of his prized Beatles song catalog, according to published reports. The deal ultimately would require Jackson to sell half of his 50 percent share in the catalog to Sony Corp., which already owns half of it, the Wall Street Journal and New York Times reported Thursday, April 13, 2006. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian, File)AP - Michael Jackson restructured his finances with the help of Sony Corp., which co-owns a valuable music catalogue with the pop star, Jackson attorneys said Thursday in a statement.


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Jay Farrar looks back, Son Volt readies DVD (Reuters)
Reuters - As Son Volt begins early work on its fifth album, group leader Jay Farrar is planning to release a collection of mostly traditional songs he cut with former Varnaline singer Anders Parker in the fall, titled "Gab Iron."

Built To Spill's Martsch recovering from surgery (Reuters)
Reuters - Indie rock combo Built To Spill's new album, "You in Reverse," hit stores on Tuesday, but frontman Doug Martsch was not out celebrating. Instead, he spent the day largely immobile, following his doctor's mandate as he recovers from a major operation to repair a detached retina.

Powter rules singles chart (Reuters)
Reuters - Canadian singer/songwriter Daniel Powter's "Bad Day" notched a third week atop the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart Thursday, while reggae star Sean Paul's "Temperature" held at No. 2.

Beatles Coming Together Online (E! Online)
It's been a long and winding road, but the Beatles are finally 
 getting online.E! Online - It's been a long and winding road, but the Beatles are finally getting online.


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Michael Jackson reaches refinancing deal (Reuters)
Pop star Michael Jackson looks at his fans in Santa Maria, California, in this March 29, 2005 file photo. Jackson is close to a deal that would help him to avert bankruptcy by refinancing hundreds of millions of dollars in loans, the New York Times said on Thursday. (Phil Klein/Files/Reuters)Reuters - Pop star Michael Jackson, in a bid to stave off insolvency, said on Thursday he has reached a deal to refinance more than $200 million in loans secured by his prized stake in the Beatles' song catalog.


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Success Often Puts Rappers in Danger (AP)
Rapper Proof (L) performs in Detroit, Michigan in this March 13, 2003 file photo. Proof (DeShaun Holton), a founding member of the rap group D12 and close friend of rapper Eminem, was shot dead on Tuesday outside the Detroit nightclub C.C.C along Eight mile road. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook/FilesAP - He felt obligated to "the streets," friends said, so Proof stayed close to give back what he owed — and paid with his life.


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Fleck Explores 'Hidden Land' in New Album (AP)
Bela Fleck is photographed at the Kentucky Theater in Lexington, Ky. on Thursday, March 16, 2006. (AP Photo/Brian Tietz)AP - It would be a mistake to peg banjo master Bela Fleck as a bluegrass musician — or a jazz musician, rock musician, blues musician or classical musician, for that matter.


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Alicia Keys Lands Another Film Role (AP)
Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Alicia Keys poses at an event April 3, 2006, in New York.   She has been cast in the big-screen adaptation of the best-selling book, 'The Nanny Diaries,' which also features Scarlett Johansson, Keys' spokeswoman, Kelly Bush, said Thursday, April 13, 2006.(AP Photo/Dima Gavrysh)AP - Alicia Keys is adding another note to her acting resume. The Grammy-winning singer-songwriter has been cast in the big-screen adaptation of the best-selling book, "The Nanny Diaries," Keys' spokeswoman, Kelly Bush, said Thursday.


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British Singer Sneaks Up Chart (AP)
Singer Natasha Bedingfield poses for a photograph March 15, 2006,  in New York. Bedingfield's unpretentious lyrics and persona have been winning her fans on both sides of the Atlantic.  (AP Photo/Tina Fineberg)AP - With all the former pop princesses spending more time in the tabloids than on the charts (Britney trying to tame Kevin, Christina celebrating a new marriage, Jessica ending hers and Pink picking fights with all the aforementioned), it's easy to see how the story of a scandal-free female singer/songwriter could get lost in the shuffle.


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