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Cruise Runs Seminars to Prepare for Baby (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 taken the impending birth of his first child with fiancee Katie Holmes to another level. "We've been doing seminars with the family just to educate them," the 43-year-old star of the upcoming "Mission: Impossible III" film tells GQ magazine in its May issue, on newsstands April 25.


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'Babyface' Files Suit Against Anita Baker (AP)
Recording artist Babyface arrives for the LG Mariah Carey and Jermaine Dupri post Grammy Party at a private residence Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2006, in Beverly Hills, Calif. (AP Photo/Danny Moloshok)AP - Grammy-winning singer-producer Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds has filed a breach of contract lawsuit against singer Anita Baker, claiming she owes him more than $250,000.


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'Idol' Contestant Says Cowell Is Unhelpful (AP)
In this photo provided by Fox Television, Bucky Covington, 28 of Rockingham, N.C. performs April 11, 2006 on Fox's 'American Idol' in Los Angeles. Covington, the latest contestant voted off 'America Idol,' says the comments of judge Simon Cowell are no longer helpful. (AP Photo/Fox Television, File)AP - Bucky Covington, the latest contestant voted off "American Idol," says the comments of judge Simon Cowell are no longer helpful.


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Dern Studied Grandpa for 'Big Love' Role (AP)
Bruce Dern arrives at the Los Angeles Premiere of the HBO Original Series 'Big Love' held at Grauman's Chinese Theater on Thursday, February 23, 2006 in Hollywood. Dern turned to his grandfather for inspiration when preparing for his role on HBO's 'Big Love.' Dern's grandfather, George Henry Dern, was Utah's 21st governor. He served two terms from 1925 to 1933 as the second non-Mormon and Democrat to lead the state.(AP Photo/Luis Martinez, File)AP - Bruce Dern turned to his grandfather for inspiration when preparing for his role on HBO's "Big Love," a polygamy drama set in Utah.


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TV Networks, Stations Challenge FCC Ruling (AP)
Paris Hilton, left, and Nicole Richie present an award in this Dec. 10, 2003, file photo during the Billboard Music Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. Four TV broadcast networks and their affiliates filed appeals in federal court, late Thusday and early Friday, April 14, 2006, to challenge the FCC's finding that profane language was used in shows including incidents by Cher in 2002 and Richie in 2003, at the 'Billboard Music Awards' broadcast by Fox.(AP Photo/Joe Cavaretta)AP - Four TV broadcast networks and their affiliates have filed court challenges to a March 15 Federal Communications Commission ruling that found several programs "indecent" because of language.


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Muslim film festival shouting to be heard (Reuters)
Reuters - More than 30 movies from the Arab and Muslim world will be playing at a week-long New York film festival, but will anybody be watching?

Weapons Charges Issued in Proof Shooting (AP)
Proof, a member of rap group D12 and a close friend of Eminem, shown on March 13, 2003 in Detroit, was shot to death early Tuesday, April 11, 2006 at a nightclub along Eight Mile Road, a publicist said. The death of Proof _ whose real name is Deshaun Holton _ was confirmed by Dennis Dennehy, the publicist for D12's label, Interscope Records. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)AP - A man was charged Friday with weapons violations in a shooting earlier this week that took the life of hip-hop artist Proof, a close friend of Eminem.


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Dern Studied Grandpa for 'Big Love' Role (AP)
Bruce Dern arrives at the Los Angeles Premiere of the HBO Original Series 'Big Love' held at Grauman's Chinese Theater on Thursday, February 23, 2006 in Hollywood. Dern turned to his grandfather for inspiration when preparing for his role on HBO's 'Big Love.' Dern's grandfather, George Henry Dern, was Utah's 21st governor. He served two terms from 1925 to 1933 as the second non-Mormon and Democrat to lead the state.(AP Photo/Luis Martinez, File)AP - Bruce Dern turned to his grandfather for inspiration when preparing for his role on HBO's "Big Love," a polygamy drama set in Utah.


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TV Networks, Stations Challenge FCC Ruling (AP)
Paris Hilton, left, and Nicole Richie present an award in this Dec. 10, 2003, file photo during the Billboard Music Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. Four TV broadcast networks and their affiliates filed appeals in federal court, late Thusday and early Friday, April 14, 2006, to challenge the FCC's finding that profane language was used in shows including incidents by Cher in 2002 and Richie in 2003, at the 'Billboard Music Awards' broadcast by Fox.(AP Photo/Joe Cavaretta)AP - Four TV broadcast networks and their affiliates have filed court challenges to a March 15 Federal Communications Commission ruling that found several programs "indecent" because of language.


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"Stuff Happens" play sears Rumsfeld in New York (Reuters)
U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld gestures at a news briefing at the Pentagon in Washington, April 11, 2006. (Yuri Gripas/Reuters)Reuters - A play that skewers Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld as arrogant and war-mad has opened to a largely favorable welcome in New York this week, even as former generals turn against him in Washington.


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Muslim film festival shouting to be heard (Reuters)
Reuters - More than 30 movies from the Arab and Muslim world will be playing at a week-long New York film festival, but will anybody be watching?

Cruise Runs Seminars to Prepare for Baby (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 taken the impending birth of his first child with fiancee Katie Holmes to another level.


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Cruise: Baby Won't Have Catholic Baptism (AP)
Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes, left, stand with Cruise's children Connor and Isabella, right, in their luxury box at Angel Stadium while watching Team USA play Team Mexico in the World Baseball Classic in Anaheim, Calif., on March 16, 2006. Cruise has taken fatherhood to a whole 'nother level. 'We've been studying what a woman goes through: what's the gestation period, what happens to the woman's body,' Cruise reveals in GQ's May issue, hitting newsstands April 25, 2006. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)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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Smithsonian-Showtime Deal Worries Groups (AP)
AP - A television deal between the Smithsonian Institution and Showtime Networks has alarmed some leading independent filmmakers and research groups, who worry they will have less access to the Smithsonian's collections.

At the Movies: `The Wild' (AP)
AP - Talking animals from a New York zoo leave the comfortable confines of their familiar urban existence and wind up in an exotic foreign land, where they traipse through tall trees, cheekily joke with each other, face their fears and, in the process, become better people. Er, creatures.

Papal preacher blasts Da Vinci Code, Judas gospel (Reuters)
A copy of the book 'The Da Vinci Code' is displayed as U.S. author Dan Brown appears at the High Court in London, February 27, 2006. Vatican official Father Raniero on Friday railed against 'The Da Vinci Code', branding the book and its upcoming film version as just more examples of Jesus being sold out by a wave of what he called 'pseudo-historic' art.Cantalamessa (Toby Melville/Reuters)Reuters - A Vatican official on Friday railed against "The Da Vinci Code," branding the book and its upcoming film version as just more examples of Jesus being sold out by a wave of what he called "pseudo-historic" art.


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At the Movies: 'The Notorious Bettie Page' (AP)
AP - For a movie about the pinup wonder of an era, "The Notorious Bettie Page" is surprisingly tame, an exuberant performance from Gretchen Mol in the title role going to waste in an uninvolving account.

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.

Studio Head Gave 2 Accounts on Private Eye (AP)
Brad Grey, executive producer of the hit HBO television series 'The Sopranos', pictured as he arrives to the world premiere of the sixth season, New York, Tuesday, March 7, 2006. The New York Times, in Friday April 14, 2006 editions, quoting summaries of FBI interviews, reported that Michael Ovitz, the former head of the Creative Artists Agency and one-time Walt Disney Company president, paid Pellicano for information on 15 to 20 people. (AP Photo/Stuart Ramson)AP - Paramount Pictures Chairman Brad Grey provided the FBI with two accounts about his ties to indicted Hollywood private eye Anthony Pellicano, his attorneys said.


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Elton John brings 'Gnomeo' to Miramax (Reuters)
Elton John (L) and partner David Furnish pose as they arrive at the Elton John AIDS Foundation Oscar party in West Hollywood, California March 5, 2006. Weeks after Disney's new animation chiefs scrapped Elton John's musical 'Gnomeo  and  Juliet,' the pop star has taken his project to Miramax Films. (Gene Blevins/Reuters)Reuters - Weeks after Disney's new animation chiefs scrapped Elton John's musical "Gnomeo & Juliet," the pop star has taken his project to Miramax Films.


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Weapons Charges Issued in Proof Shooting (AP)
Proof, a member of rap group D12 and a close friend of Eminem, shown on March 13, 2003 in Detroit, was shot to death early Tuesday, April 11, 2006 at a nightclub along Eight Mile Road, a publicist said. The death of Proof _ whose real name is Deshaun Holton _ was confirmed by Dennis Dennehy, the publicist for D12's label, Interscope Records. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)AP - A man was charged Friday with weapons violations in a shooting earlier this week that took the life of hip-hop artist Proof, a close friend of Eminem.


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'Babyface' Files Suit Against Anita Baker (AP)
Recording artist Babyface arrives for the LG Mariah Carey and Jermaine Dupri post Grammy Party at a private residence Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2006, in Beverly Hills, Calif. (AP Photo/Danny Moloshok)AP - Grammy-winning singer-producer Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds has filed a breach of contract lawsuit against singer Anita Baker, claiming she owes him more than $250,000.


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Revitalized Pearl Jam rocks out on 8th album (Reuters)
In this file photo, Pearl Jam singer Eddie Vedder performs during a sold-out show at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, June 6, 2003. (Reuters)Reuters - Eddie Vedder chuckles when he looks back on the early years of Pearl Jam and how the group balanced the pressures of success: "You get growing pains when you get taller, but we got them when we were trying to shrink."


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Lynyrd Skynyrd, 3 Doors Down pair for Double Trouble (Reuters)
Reuters - Old-school Southern rock meets new school when Lynyrd Skynyrd and 3 Doors Down hit the road this summer.

Gibson factory to host New Orleans' relocated Stomp (Reuters)
Reuters - Displaced by Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans-based music festival the Ponderosa Stomp will take place May 8-10 at the Gibson Guitar factory in downtown Memphis.

Indie rock festivals duke it out in Chicago (Reuters)
Reuters - Indie rock fans in Chicago are benefiting from a good old-fashioned catfight between Intonation and Pitchfork, which are producing competing music festivals in the Windy City this summer.

NPR listeners respond to novelty act's matzoh mix (Reuters)
Reuters - Take a novelty record, infuse it with the perfect holiday timing, toss in a bit of "Fresh Air" and, voila, What I Like About Jew has its first hit.

Guitarist Parker is 'Free' for a comeback (Reuters)
Reuters - With his first album in 14 years, veteran musician Ray Parker Jr. is taking the plunge into indie waters.

Rascal Flatts rolls year's biggest sales week (Reuters)
Reuters - Considering that album sales have been down in four of the last five years and are off by 2 percent from 2005, it might seem like faint praise to trumpet that Rascal Flatts pumps the biggest sales week of 2006.

Regional Mexican girl power shows muscle on charts (Reuters)
Reuters - Regional Mexican music is a Latin chart-topping genre closely associated with very macho, mustachioed men in boots and hats.

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