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Brooks' 'March' Wins Pulitzer for Fiction (AP)
Geraldine Brooks, shown in this undated file photo supplied by Columbia University, is the winner of the 2006 Pulitzer Prize for fiction for her book 'March,' published by Viking, Columbia University announced Monday, April 17, 2006, in New York. (AP Photo/Jerry Bauer via Columbia University)AP - Geraldine Brooks has taken a minor character in a major American novel and transformed his story into the winner of the 2006 Pulitzer Prize for fiction.


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Cruise, `Da Vinci' Kick Off Summer Films (AP)
This undated photo, supplied by Paramount Pictures, shows Tom Cruise and Michelle Monaghan in a scene from 'Mission Impossible III,' an action thriller set for summer 2006 release. (AP Photo/Paramount Pictures, Mark Fellman)AP - There's something really wrong with Hollywood if it can't get off to a better start than it did during the dreary summer of 2005.


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Julia Roberts Set for Broadway Debut (AP)
This recent but undated photo, supplied by the producers of 'Three Days of Rain,' shows Paul Rudd and Julia Roberts in a scene from the Broadway production of 'Three Days of Rain.'  The play opens Wednesday, April 19, 2006, after three weeks of sold-out preview performances. The play also stars Bradley Cooper. (AP Photo/Producers of 'Three Days of Rain,Joan Marcus)AP - Julia Roberts, Movie Star, officially becomes Julia Roberts, Stage Star, when the Oscar winner opens Wednesday on Broadway in a revival of Richard Greenberg's "Three Days of Rain."


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Marsalis Celebrates Jazz in New Orleans (AP)
Ghanaian drum master Yacub Adda, left, as famed trumpeter Wynton Marsalis listens at a news conference in New Orleans on Monday April 17, 2006. They are announcing a week of free programs for all ages, including concerts, master classes, clinics and workshops.(AP Photo/Alex Brandon)AP - Jazz trumpeter Wynton Marsalis kicked off a weeklong fete Monday that signals the return of high-profile jazz to New Orleans, which is still reeling from Hurricane Katrina.


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Delacroix Painting Gets 1st Public Display (AP)
This photo provided by the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute in Williamstown, Mass., shows the oil on canvas painting 'Two Horses Fighting in a Stormy Landscape,' circa 1828, by French Romantic  Painter Eugene Delacroix. Until now, the painting, the newest acquisition by the institute, has never been publicly displayed. (AP Photo/Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute)AP - The image on the canvas swirls in a frenzy of violence — two horses tangled in a fight set against a dark, turbulent landscape.


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Zellweger takes "Case" of thriller (Reuters)
Reuters - Renee Zellweger has signed to star in the horror thriller "Case 39," playing a social worker who saves an abused 10-year-old girl from her parents only to discover that things are not as they appear.

Heppner, Mattila Renew Their Magic at Met (AP)
AP - Near the tragic end of "Lohengrin," the title character is forced to abandon his bride, Elsa, after telling her their story would have ended happily if only she had been able to wait a year before asking his name. Audiences at the Metropolitan Opera have had to wait far longer — more than seven years — to see the company revive Richard Wagner's romantic masterwork.

Actress Walsh brings beauty to "Big Bang" pilot (Reuters)
Reuters - Canadian actress Amanda Walsh has landed the female lead in the CBS comedy pilot "The Big Bang Theory."

Producers Guild eyes Herskovitz for top job (Reuters)
Reuters - Filmmaker Marshall Herskovitz is in the running to take over as president of the Producers Guild of America, as Kathleen Kennedy prepares to step down after five years in office, sources said Monday.

Broadway bows aplenty; biz marks Ford's 90th (Reuters)
Reuters - It's avalanche time on the Great White Way. Three new Broadway entries open this week, and four others begin the preview process.

Zellweger takes "Case" of thriller (Reuters)
Reuters - Renee Zellweger has signed to star in the horror thriller "Case 39," playing a social worker who saves an abused 10-year-old girl from her parents only to discover that things are not as they appear.

Producers Guild eyes Herskovitz for top job (Reuters)
Reuters - Filmmaker Marshall Herskovitz is in the running to take over as president of the Producers Guild of America, as Kathleen Kennedy prepares to step down after five years in office, sources said Monday.

Australian actress gains role in War drama "Loss" (Reuters)
Reuters - Australian actress Abbie Cornish has signed on to play the female lead in "Boys Don't Cry" director Kimberly Peirce's Iraq War drama "Stop-Loss."

Heigl getting "Knocked Up" in Apatow comedy (Reuters)
Reuters - "Grey's Anatomy" star Katherine Heigl is set to get "Knocked Up" in writer/director Judd Apatow's follow-up to "The 40-Year-Old Virgin."

High-definition DVD finally in stores (Reuters)
Reuters - The first HD-DVD titles are slated to go on sale Tuesday and, contrary to speculation, Toshiba players have arrived at Best Buy and should be on sale in at least some of the chain's locations.

Oscar moves back to February (Reuters)
Actress Jessica Lange poses with filmmaker Albert Maysles at the Film Society of Lincoln Center Gala Tribute to Jessica Lange, Monday, April 17, 2006, in New York. The annual Gala Tribute honors the career accomplishments of major figures in the film world, and this year Jessica Lange was celebrated for her career which includes two Oscars, for Best Actress in 'Blue Sky' and Best Supporting Actress in 'Tootsie,' and four Golden Globes. (AP Photo/Diane Bondareff)Reuters - Next year's Academy Awards will take place on the last Sunday in February, returning to a slot they vacated this year to avoid competing with the closing ceremonies of the Winter Olympics.


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Author Jakes lands inspiring deal with Sony (Reuters)
Reuters - Bishop T.D. Jakes, the self-help author behind the religious-themed drama "Woman Thou Art Loosed," has signed a production and distribution deal with Sony Pictures Entertainment.

Matthew Perry getting "Numb" for indie comedy (Reuters)
Reuters - Matthew Perry has signed to play a mentally unstable screenwriter in "Numb," an indie dark comedy that marks a rare foray to the big screen for the former "Friends" star.

Director McTiernan Pleads in Wiretap Case (AP)
John McTiernan, left, director of such hit movies as 'Die Hard' and 'The Thomas Crown Affair,' departs federal court Monday, April 17, 2006 in Los Angeles with his attorney John Carlton. McTiernan has entered a plea agreement with the government in a case tied to a ballooning Hollywood scandal over alleged wiretaps, his attorney disclosed Monday at the filmmaker's arraignment. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)AP - John McTiernan, director of such hit movies as "Die Hard" and "The Thomas Crown Affair," pleaded guilty Monday to making false statements to an FBI agent about hiring celebrity private eye Anthony Pellicano to wiretap a business associate.


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A "Da Vinci" Disclaimer? (E! Online)
Sure, everybody might have read The Da Vinci Code, but 
 not everyone's a fan.E! Online - Sure, everybody might have read The Da Vinci Code, but not everyone's a fan.


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Heppner, Mattila Renew Their Magic at Met (AP)
AP - Near the tragic end of "Lohengrin," the title character is forced to abandon his bride, Elsa, after telling her their story would have ended happily if only she had been able to wait a year before asking his name. Audiences at the Metropolitan Opera have had to wait far longer — more than seven years — to see the company revive Richard Wagner's romantic masterwork.

Neil Young urges Bush impeachment on protest album (Reuters)
Singer Neil Young laughs before an interview at the 25th annual Sundance film festival in Park City, Utah in this January 24, 2006 file photo. Veteran rocker Neil Young has recorded a protest album featuring an anti-Iraq war track with 'a holy vow to never kill again' and a song titled 'Let's Impeach the President,' the singer said on April 17, 2006. (Rick Wilking/Files/Reuters)Reuters - Veteran rocker Neil Young has recorded a protest album featuring an anti-Iraq war track with "a holy vow to never kill again" and a song titled "Let's Impeach the President," the singer said on Monday.


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Ashanti's Family Crisis (E! Online)
Ashanti's South African adventure has been cut tragically 
 short.E! Online - Ashanti's South African adventure has been cut tragically short.


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Jazz great laments politics of New Orleans revival (Reuters)
Jazz musician Wynton Marsalis speaks during a news conference announcing a weeklong residency in New Orleans April 17, 2006. (Lee Celano/Reuters)Reuters - Wynton Marsalis is an impatient man, so for the jazz trumpeter who's become a global ambassador for New Orleans culture, the politics of reconstruction in his battered city are frustrating.


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Suit Alleging Abuse by Jackson Dismissed (AP)
Fallen pop idol Michael Jackson, seen here in 2005, has made a deal to restructure his huge debts, his advisors said, amid reports that the fallen King of Pop will have to sell off part of his rights to Beatles' and other hits(AFP/Getty Images/File)AP - A federal judge has thrown out a lawsuit filed against Michael Jackson by a man who claimed that the pop star molested him more than 20 years ago.


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Proof Suspect Arraigned; Funeral Set (E! Online)
The man who gunned down Proof has been arraigned on weapons 
 violations.E! Online - The man who gunned down Proof has been arraigned on weapons violations.


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Tool begins theater tour May 2 in Seattle (Reuters)
Reuters - Hard rock band Tool will begin a North American tour of theatre-sized venues May 2 in Seattle, the same day it releases its first album in five years, "10,000 Days."

Marsalis Celebrates Jazz in New Orleans (AP)
Ghanaian drum master Yacub Adda, left, as famed trumpeter Wynton Marsalis listens at a news conference in New Orleans on Monday April 17, 2006. They are announcing a week of free programs for all ages, including concerts, master classes, clinics and workshops.(AP Photo/Alex Brandon)AP - Jazz trumpeter Wynton Marsalis kicked off a weeklong fete Monday that signals the return of high-profile jazz to New Orleans, which is still reeling from Hurricane Katrina.


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Springsteen begins tour next month in Boston (Reuters)
Bruce Springsteen performs in Los Angeles February 6, 2006. Springsteen has scheduled 18 U.S. tour dates in support of his folk album, 'We Shall Overcome: The Seeger Sessions,' which comes out next Tuesday. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - Bruce Springsteen has scheduled 18 U.S. tour dates in support of his folk album, "We Shall Overcome: The Seeger Sessions," which comes out next Tuesday.


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Teddy Geiger on Edge of Stardom at 17 (AP)
Musician Teddy Geiger is photographed in New York, March 21, 2006.  (AP Photo/Jim Cooper)AP - He landed a summer tour, a TV show and the cover of Billboard magazine, all before his debut album hit stores.


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