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Cruise, Holmes Have Baby Girl Named Suri (AP)
Tom Cruise, right, and Katie Holmes kiss on Via della Conciliazione boulevard near St. Peter's Basilica, as they arrive for the David di Donatello Italian film awards, in Rome, in this April 29, 2005 file photo.  (AP Photo/Corrado Giambalvo, File)AP - The Tomkitten has arrived. Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes, the public lovebirds dubbed TomKat by the media, had a baby girl Tuesday, said Cruise spokesman Arnold Robinson. The baby, named Suri, weighed 7 pounds, 7 ounces and measured 20 inches long, he said.


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'TomKat' Hoopla Recalls Lucy's 1953 Birth (AP)
Desi Arnaz Jr. is pictured on the cover of the first issue of TV Guide Magazine, April 3, 1953.  His mother Lucille Ball appears in the inset in the upper right hand corner. The hoopla over the baby girl born Tuesday, April 18, 2006 to Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes recalls the birth of Desiderio Arnaz IV, arguably, one of the most covered births of the 20th century. (AP Photo)AP - The hoopla over the baby girl born Tuesday to Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes recalls another highly anticipated birth 53 years ago — arguably, one of the most-covered births of the 20th century.


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Brooke Shields Has Another Baby Girl (AP)
Actress Brooke Shields and her husband Chris Henchy arrive at 'The New Era,' Rock & Republic's exhibition of their fall 2006 collection of fashion at Sony Studios in Los Angeles, Monday, March 20, 2006. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)AP - It's a girl — again — for Brooke Shields. The actress gave birth Tuesday to Grier Hammond Henchy, who weighed 7 pounds, spokeswoman Pat Kingsley said.


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Melissa Etheridge, Partner Expecting Twins (AP)
Singer Melissa Etheridge, left and her partner Tammy Lynn Michaels arrive at the Glamour Magazine 'Women of the Year' awards,  Nov. 2, 2005 in New York.  Michaels, is pregnant with twins, the couple has announced on the singer's Web site, Monday, April 17, 2006.   (AP Photo/Stuart Ramson)AP - Melissa Etheridge's partner, Tammy Lynn Michaels, is pregnant with twins, the couple has announced on the singer's Web site.


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Schieffer May Get New Role on Evening News (AP)
Bob Schieffer anchors the 'CBS Evening News' from a set in Jackson Square in New Orleans'  French Quarter on Feb. 27, 2006. There's a good chance Schieffer won't leave the 'CBS Evening News' after he's replaced as anchor by Katie Couric in September. He said Tuesday, April 18, 2006, that he's leaning toward accepting the network's offer to deliver a commentary on the evening news once or twice a week, and also be available to talk with Couric on-air about big stories. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)AP - Bob Schieffer said Tuesday he's leaning toward accepting an offer to give commentary on the "CBS Evening News" after he's replaced as anchor by Katie Couric in September.


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Film portrays fugitive Mladic as neurotic gardener (Reuters)
Former Bosnian Serb wartime Commander Ratko Mladic is seen in this August 27, 1994 file picture. The most wanted man in the Balkans is being portrayed on the big screen this month as a vindictive army captain obsessed with gardening in a tragicomic film set during the dying days of Yugoslavia. (Ranko Cukovic/File/Reuters)Reuters - The most wanted man in the Balkans is being portrayed on the big screen this month as a vindictive army captain obsessed with gardening in a tragicomic film set during the dying days of Yugoslavia.


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Michael Jackson Plans Next Music Move (E! Online)
Looking to 
 revive a career that has seen better days, Michael Jackson announced 
 Tuesday he has teamed up with a Bahraini music label to record a new 
 album and is aiming for a late 2007 release.E! Online - Looking to revive a career that has seen better days, Michael Jackson announced Tuesday he has teamed up with a Bahraini music label to record a new album and is aiming for a late 2007 release.


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"Brian," "Christine" struggle in Monday ratings (Reuters)
Barry Watson (2nd R), and cast members of the ABC show 'What About Brian,' are seen in this January 21, 2006 file photo. Despite a strong boost from 'Desperate Housewives,' millions of viewers didn't stay to find out 'What About Brian' in its Sunday night premiere. (Chris Pizzello/Reuters)Reuters - After a so-so premiere Sunday after "Desperate Housewives," ABC's new drama "What About Brian" crashed and burned in its regular time slot Monday.


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CSTV, Mountain West to Launch TV Network (AP)
AP - The first regional sports network dedicated to a single conference has a name and a football schedule. It just doesn't have agreements to be carried on cable in two of the Mountain West Conference's biggest markets.

"The Studio" a thoughtful, moving musical drama (Reuters)
Reuters - Written, directed and choreographed by Christopher d'Amboise (a former principal dancer with the New York ballet and son of renowned soloist and choreographer Jacques d'Amboise), "The Studio" -- a backstage musical, dance and drama -- is compelling, deeply felt and thought-provoking as it probes the nature and mystery of creativity.

Film portrays fugitive Mladic as neurotic gardener (Reuters)
Former Bosnian Serb wartime Commander Ratko Mladic is seen in this August 27, 1994 file picture. The most wanted man in the Balkans is being portrayed on the big screen this month as a vindictive army captain obsessed with gardening in a tragicomic film set during the dying days of Yugoslavia. (Ranko Cukovic/File/Reuters)Reuters - The most wanted man in the Balkans is being portrayed on the big screen this month as a vindictive army captain obsessed with gardening in a tragicomic film set during the dying days of Yugoslavia.


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Victims' relatives say 9/11 film not profiteering (Reuters)
A large group of investigators comb the debris field for the fight data recorders from United Airlines flight 93 near Shanksville, Pennsylvania September 12, 2001. A film about the hijacked plane that crashed in Pennsylvania has raised questions about whether Americans are ready for Hollywood's take on the September 11 attacks, but some relatives of those who died support 'United 93.' (Tim Shaffer/Reuters)Reuters - A film about the hijacked plane that crashed in Pennsylvania has raised questions about whether Americans are ready for Hollywood's take on the September 11 attacks, but some relatives of those who died support "United 93."


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Director Haggis crashes Banff TV festival (Reuters)
Producer Paul Haggis poses backstage with his Oscars at the 78th annual Academy Awards in Hollywood March 5, 2006. Haggis will be honored at the Banff World Television Festival in his native Canada on June 12. (Mike Blake/Reuters)Reuters - Oscar-winning "Crash" writer/director/producer Paul Haggis will be honored at the Banff World Television Festival in his native Canada on June 12. Event organizers said Tuesday Haggis also will conduct a master class. The annual forum for TV executives and producers is set to run June 11-14.


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Discovery May Be Rare Silent Movie Footage (AP)
AP - Discovered in an attic, the 50-foot scrap of film runs for only 38 seconds. It may turn out to be rare footage of a silent movie released in 1923. The Library of Congress Motion Picture Conservation Center has done the detective work and reached a conclusion.

New stars shine in "Hard Candy," "Silent Hill" (Reuters)
Actress Jodelle Ferland is shown in a scene from her new film 'Silent Hill' in this undated publicity photograph. (TriStar Pictures/Handout/Reuters)Reuters - One is 11 years old and likes to giggle and wear pink sunglasses. The other is 19 and super serious. They would have little in common if both weren't being touted as rising Hollywood stars.


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Matthew Perry getting 'Numb' for indie comedy (Reuters)
Actor Matthew Perry poses in this March 2, 2006 file photo. 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. (Fred Prouser/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.


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Zellweger takes 'Case' of thriller (Reuters)
Actress Renee Zellweger arrives at the 63rd Annual Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills, California January 16, 2006. 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. (Mario Anzuoni/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.


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Film studios begin shipping next-gen DVDs (Reuters)
A display of HD DVDs is shown at the HD DVD booth during the 2006 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas January 6, 2006. 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. (Rick Wilking/Reuters)Reuters - Two Hollywood studios on Tuesday started shipping DVDs in the high definition format, ushering in a new era of home viewing and a multi-billion dollar DVD standards war that has left Hollywood and the electronics industry divided.


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Oscars Moving Back to February (AP)
Producer Paul Haggis poses backstage with his Oscars at the 78th annual Academy Awards in Hollywood March 5, 2006. Haggis will be honored at the Banff World Television Festival in his native Canada on June 12. (Mike Blake/Reuters)AP - The Oscars are moving back to February.The 79th annual Academy Awards will be held Feb. 25, 2007 — the last Sunday of the month — at Hollywood's Kodak Theatre. It will be televised by ABC-TV.


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'Die Hard' Director Facing Wiretap Sentence (AP)
John McTiernan, director of such hit movies as 'Die Hard' and 'The Thomas Crown Affair,' departs from federal court Monday, April 17, 2006 in Los Angeles. 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 - A somber "Die Hard" director John McTiernan stood before a federal judge and said he made "knowingly false" statements to an FBI agent about Anthony Pellicano, the celebrity private eye he admitted hiring to wiretap a business associate.


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Michael Jackson Plans Next Music Move (E! Online)
Looking to 
 revive a career that has seen better days, Michael Jackson announced 
 Tuesday he has teamed up with a Bahraini music label to record a new 
 album and is aiming for a late 2007 release.E! Online - Looking to revive a career that has seen better days, Michael Jackson announced Tuesday he has teamed up with a Bahraini music label to record a new album and is aiming for a late 2007 release.


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Bahrain label says Michael Jackson plans new album (Reuters)
Pop star Michael Jackson waves to supporters as he leaves the Santa Barbara County Courthouse in Santa Maria, California in this June 13, 2005 file photo. Jackson, seeking to revive his singing career after his acquittal on sex-abuse charges, has teamed up with a label in Bahrain to record a new album set for release next year, the label said on Tuesday. (Gene Blevins/Reuters)Reuters - Michael Jackson, seeking to revive his pop singing career after his acquittal on sex-abuse charges, has teamed up with a label in Bahrain to record a new album set for release next year, the label said on Tuesday.


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Rock Hall Opens Roy Orbison Exhibit (AP)
A video of a Roy Orbison concert plays behind a display of the late performer's guitars at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland Tuesday, April 18, 2006. The exhibit, that highlights different aspects of Orbison's career and personal life runs, until Oct. 29. (AP Photo/Mark Duncan)AP - His was the voice of heartache and the lovelorn in the world of early rock'n'roll. Roy Orbison, who died in 1988 at age 52 of a heart attack, has been a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame since 1987, a testament to his long popularity derived from his way of blending rock and country music.


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Neil Young Rockin' Dubya's World (E! Online)
Neil Young's 1989 anthem 'Rockin' in the Free World' was 
 scathingly critical of the social policies of then President George 
 Bush. Now the rock icon has found himself a new target: Bush's son.E! Online - Neil Young's 1989 anthem "Rockin' in the Free World" was scathingly critical of the social policies of then President George Bush. Now the rock icon has found himself a new target: Bush's son.


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Etheridge Expecting Twins (E! Online)
Melissa Etheridge's little secret is out. Make that little 
 secrets.E! Online - Melissa Etheridge's little secret is out. Make that little secrets.


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Alleged Proof Victim Dies (E! Online)
The man who Detroit police say was gunned down by Proof in a 
 nightclub shootout before the rapper was himself killed has died of his 
 injuries.E! Online - The man who Detroit police say was gunned down by Proof in a nightclub shootout before the rapper was himself killed has died of his injuries.


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Springsteen to Tour With New Band (AP)
This undated photo, supplied by Columbia Records, shows Bruce Springsteen, sixth from left, and the Seeger Sessions Band. Springsteen will tour with the band starting Thursday,April 20, 2006,in Asbury Park, N.J. The Boss will perform with his new 17-member band, featuring wife Patti Scialfa on vocals, in support of his upcoming album, 'We Shall Overcome: The Seeger Sessions,' set for release April 25.  (AP Photo/Columbia Records, Danny Clinch)AP - Bruce Springsteen will tour with his new Seeger Sessions Band in support of his upcoming album, "We Shall Overcome: The Seeger Sessions."


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Love's Arthur Lee battling leukemia (Reuters)
Legendary Californian maverick frontman for 60's band Love, Arthur Lee, performs in the Sala Jam, in Bergara, northern Spain March 28, 2004. Lee is battling acute lymphoblastic leukemia, according to a post from Los Angeles-based club booker Liz Garo on noted Love fan site LoveWithArthurLee.com (Vincent West/Reuters)Reuters - Love frontman Arthur Lee is battling acute lymphoblastic leukemia, according to a post from Los Angeles-based club booker Liz Garo on noted Love fan site LoveWithArthurLee.com (http://www.lovewitharthurlee.com/).


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Questions for Heather Headley (AP)
AP - Stars rarely cede the spotlight, even briefly.

'Coachella' on DVD Inspires (AP)
AP - Various Artists, "Coachella" (Goldenvoice/Anti-)

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