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Opus Dei Asks for 'Da Vinci' Disclaimer (AP)
ThIs photo, supplied by Anchor Books, shows the cover of the paperback version of 'The Da Vinci Code.' The conservative religious group Opus Dei, which is portrayed in the story as a murderous, power-hungry sect, wrote a letter on April 6, 2006 asking Sony Corp. to include a disclaimer in the upcoming film based on the best-selling novel. (AP Photo/Anchor Books, File)AP - The conservative religious group Opus Dei has asked for a disclaimer on the upcoming film based on the best-selling novel "The Da Vinci Code."


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Suspect in Rapper Proof's Death Arraigned (AP)
Defense attorney Randall Upshaw, center, talks with 36th District Court Magistrate Steve Lockhart Saturday, April 15, 2006, in Detroit, during the video arraignment of Mario Etheridge, back left, who is charged with weapons violations in a shooting earlier this week at a nightclub in Detroit that took the life of hip-hop artist Proof, whose legal name is Deshaun Holton, a close friend of Eminem. Lockhart set bail for Etheridge at $70,000. (AP Photo/Jerry S. Mendoza)AP - The suspect in the shooting death of rapper Proof, a hip-hop artist and Eminem confidante, was arraigned Saturday on a pair of weapons charges.


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Capote Letters, Photos to Be Displayed (AP)
Jennings Faulk Carter and  Jane Ellen Clark, director of Monroe County Heritage Museums, look through Carter's collection of letters, photos and postcards from Truman Capote, Wednesday, April 12, 2006, in Monroeville, Ala. Carter, Capote's cousin, donated the collection to the museum for its permanent collection. (AP Photo/Garry Mitchell)AP - Some rare family photos and a collection of Truman Capote's letters to his favorite aunt in Alabama — on topics ranging from Harper Lee to Tallulah Bankhead to his longing for down-home butter beans — are going on permanent display in the state's literary capital, where the writer spent some of his boyhood.


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Ex-'Idol' Contestant: Cowell 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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Opus Dei Asks for 'Da Vinci' Disclaimer (AP)
ThIs photo, supplied by Anchor Books, shows the cover of the paperback version of 'The Da Vinci Code.' The conservative religious group Opus Dei, which is portrayed in the story as a murderous, power-hungry sect, wrote a letter on April 6, 2006 asking Sony Corp. to include a disclaimer in the upcoming film based on the best-selling novel. (AP Photo/Anchor Books, File)AP - The conservative religious group Opus Dei has asked for a disclaimer on the upcoming film based on the best-selling novel "The Da Vinci Code."


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Suspect in Rapper Proof's Death Arraigned (AP)
Defense attorney Randall Upshaw, center, talks with 36th District Court Magistrate Steve Lockhart Saturday, April 15, 2006, in Detroit, during the video arraignment of Mario Etheridge, back left, who is charged with weapons violations in a shooting earlier this week at a nightclub in Detroit that took the life of hip-hop artist Proof, whose legal name is Deshaun Holton, a close friend of Eminem. Lockhart set bail for Etheridge at $70,000. (AP Photo/Jerry S. Mendoza)AP - The suspect in the shooting death of rapper Proof, a hip-hop artist and Eminem confidante, was arraigned Saturday on a pair of weapons charges.


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Ex-'Idol' Contestant: Cowell 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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Weather Channel Crew Accused of Trespass (AP)
AP - Three members of a video team for The Weather Channel have been charged with trespassing for allegedly refusing to leave the property of a woman who was killed by a tornado.

"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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Opus Dei Asks for 'Da Vinci' Disclaimer (AP)
ThIs photo, supplied by Anchor Books, shows the cover of the paperback version of 'The Da Vinci Code.' The conservative religious group Opus Dei, which is portrayed in the story as a murderous, power-hungry sect, wrote a letter on April 6, 2006 asking Sony Corp. to include a disclaimer in the upcoming film based on the best-selling novel. (AP Photo/Anchor Books, File)AP - The conservative religious group Opus Dei has asked for a disclaimer on the upcoming film based on the best-selling novel "The Da Vinci Code."


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Indian Actress Honored at Milan Festival (AP)
Bollywood actress Sonali Kulkarni in this undated file photo. It took months of work, learning Italian, studying Italian mannerisms, but versatile Indian movie star Kulkarni was able to slip into her film role of a romantic, poetic Italian coral picker, she said Thursday. Kulkarni won the best actress award at the recent Milan Film Festival for the Italian-language movie 'Fuoco Di Su Me' or 'Fire On Me.' Her co-star, movie legend Omar Sharif, won the best actor award at the festival, which ended Monday. (AP Photo/File)AP - It took months of learning the language but Indian movie star Sonali Kulkarni was able to slip into a role in an Italian movie.


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Muslim film festival in NY is 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.

Suspect in Rapper Proof's Death Arraigned (AP)
Defense attorney Randall Upshaw, center, talks with 36th District Court Magistrate Steve Lockhart Saturday, April 15, 2006, in Detroit, during the video arraignment of Mario Etheridge, back left, who is charged with weapons violations in a shooting earlier this week at a nightclub in Detroit that took the life of hip-hop artist Proof, whose legal name is Deshaun Holton, a close friend of Eminem. Lockhart set bail for Etheridge at $70,000. (AP Photo/Jerry S. Mendoza)AP - The suspect in the shooting death of rapper Proof, a hip-hop artist and Eminem confidante, was arraigned Saturday on a pair of weapons charges.


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Serb folk music strikes chord in postwar Croatia (Reuters)
Reuters - People's arms go up in the air, their eyes close and their bodies start to sway to the deafening, hypnotic rhythms.

Trump Hires Wyclef Jean to Perform Concert (AP)
Singer Wyclef Jean performs during halftime of the MLS soccer game between the New York Red Bulls and New England Revolution, Saturday night, April 8, 2006, at Giants Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. Donald Trump has invited the hip-hop artist to perform at a concert Friday night for about 200 business associates. (AP Photo/Bill Kostroun,File)AP - Donald Trump is a fan of Wyclef Jean. Trump invited the hip-hop artist to perform at a concert Friday night for about 200 business associates.


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Ex-'Idol' Contestant: Cowell 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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'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.

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