Home | Advertising Info215 USERS CURRENTLY ONLINE   
PowerASP
   Site Search Contact Us Wednesday, November 22, 2017  




O'Donnell to Replace Vieira on 'The View' (AP)
This photo supplied by CNN shows Rosie O'Donnell discussing her life and career during a taping of the 'Larry King Live' CNN cable television talk show in New York in a Thursday, November 17, 2005 photo. Rosie O'Donnell is expected to make a surprise return to daytime television by taking over exiting Meredith Vieira's slot on the talk show 'The View.'.(AP Photo/Lorenzo Bevilaqua,CNN, file)AP - Rosie O'Donnell is expected to make a surprise return to daytime television by taking over exiting Meredith Vieira's slot on the talk show "The View."


]]>


Snoop Dogg Released on Bail After Fracas (AP)
Rap artist and actor Snoop Dogg coach and sponsor of the Snoop Dogg All-Star youth football team is seen before the Snoop Bowl game with the Jacksonville youth All-Stars at Raines High School in Jacksonville, Fla., Saturday, Feb. 5, 2005. Rapper Snoop Dogg and five associates were arrested after a fracas at Heathrow Airport that injured seven police officers, British media reported Thursday April 27, 2006. Snoop Dogg _ real name Calvin Broadus, 34 _ had been due to perform in Johannesburg, South Africa, on Thursday. (AP Photo/Robert E. Klein)AP - Snoop Dogg was released on bail Thursday after a fracas he was involved in at Heathrow Airport injured seven police officers, his lawyers said.


]]>


Shakira Wins Big at Latin Billboards (AP)
Singers Shakira and Wyclef Jean acknowledge the cheers from the crowd after performing at the Latin Billboard Awards at the Seminole Hard Rock Live in Hollywood, Fla Thursday April 27, 2006. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)AP - Pop songstress Shakira won six awards and reggaeton pacesetter Daddy Yankee took home three at the Billboard Latin Music Awards on Thursday night.


]]>


George Clooney Urges Help for Darfur (AP)
Academy Award winning actor George Clooney,left, and Senator Barack Obama, D-Ill., take part in a news conference at the National Press Club in Washington, Thursday, April 27,2006 to bring awareness to the situation in the Darfur region of Sudan. (AP Photo/Mannie Garcia)AP - Actor George Clooney is making a plea for international help in the Darfur region of Sudan.


]]>


Novel by Harvard Author Pulled From Stores (AP)
Kaavya Viswanathan, 19, a sophomore at Harvard University, poses in front of her dormitory at the university in Cambridge, Mass., Monday, April 10, 2006. She promised to change her debut novel in future editions after acknowledging that she had unintentionally borrowed material from an author she deeply admired.(AP Photo/Chitose Suzuki)AP - A teen novel containing admittedly borrowed material has been pulled from the market. Author Kaavya Viswanathan, a Harvard University sophomore, had acknowledged that numerous passages in "How Opal Mehta Got Kissed, Got Wild and Got a Life" were lifted from another writer.


]]>


Indian-born filmmaker triumphs in test of faith (Reuters)
Indian-born filmmaker Deepa Mehta arrives for the opening night of the Dubai International Film Festival (DIFF) in this December 11, 2005 file photo. Her film 'Water' opens in the U.S. on April 28, 2006. (Tamara Abdul Hadi/Reuters)Reuters - Six years ago, when Indian-born director Deepa Mehta set out to make a film about the conflict between conscience and faith, little did she expect the project to end up testing her own beliefs.


]]>


Shakira Wins Big at Latin Billboards (AP)
Singers Shakira and Wyclef Jean acknowledge the cheers from the crowd after performing at the Latin Billboard Awards at the Seminole Hard Rock Live in Hollywood, Fla Thursday April 27, 2006. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)AP - Pop songstress Shakira won six awards and reggaeton pacesetter Daddy Yankee took home three at the Billboard Latin Music Awards on Thursday night.


]]>


NBC Retries "Law & Order" (E! Online)
Law & Order will remain as ubiquitous as ever next season.E! Online - Law & Order will remain as ubiquitous as ever next season.


]]>


VW, Crispin Try The Shock Treatment (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - At first, it seems like an average car ride home after a double date at the movies. Two couples discuss the emotional pull of the tearjerker they just saw, but "the sad ending" becomes a personal reality for the friends when, without warning, another car hurtles into them, instantly bringing their conversation to a hault. Trembling, but seemingly unhurt, outside the accident scene, one shaken-up passenger quivers as she looks at the crashed car and expresses her shock. ...

"Wedding Singer" musical may delight tourists (Reuters)
Reuters - Your fondness for 1980s nostalgia might get pushed to the breaking point in "The Wedding Singer," the new Broadway musical adaptation of the hit 1998 Adam Sandler-Drew Barrymore film comedy.

Indian-born filmmaker triumphs in test of faith (Reuters)
Indian-born filmmaker Deepa Mehta arrives for the opening night of the Dubai International Film Festival (DIFF) in this December 11, 2005 file photo. Her film 'Water' opens in the U.S. on April 28, 2006. (Tamara Abdul Hadi/Reuters)Reuters - Six years ago, when Indian-born director Deepa Mehta set out to make a film about the conflict between conscience and faith, little did she expect the project to end up testing her own beliefs.


]]>


Danny Huston finds footing in family business (Reuters)
n his prime, Danny Huston has found his calling as an actor. It all started as a way to make a few bucks while waiting for his directing gigs to come together. But in the Huston family tradition of his Oscar-winning grandfather Walter ('The Treasure of the Sierra Madre') and half-sister Anjelica ('Prizzi's Honor'), Danny Huston has become a fiercely compelling actor. (Reuters)Reuters - In his prime, Danny Huston has found his calling as an actor.


]]>


Hollywood Private Eye Claims Being Spied On (AP)
Comedian Chris Rock attends a posthumous unveiling ceremony of the late Chris Farley's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in this August 26, 2005 file photo. Rock emerged April 25, 2006 as the highest-profile name yet on the reported list of Hollywood clients for whom disgraced private eye Anthony Pellicano is accused of conducting illegal database searches. (Lee Celano/Reuters)AP - A private eye accused of wiretapping Hollywood celebrities claims federal prosecutors spied on him in prison through a secret deal with his then-girlfriend.


]]>


'Da Vinci' Judgement Code Puzzles Lawyers (AP)
A copy of the Da Vinci Code novel is set alongside a page from Judge Peter Smith's judgement in the Da Vinci Code trial in London, Thursday April 27, 2006.  The British judge who presided over the Da Vinci Code trial has put a code of his own into his judgment and said he would 'probably' confirm it to the person who breaks it.  Italics are placed in strange spots: The first is found in paragraph one of the 360-paragraph long document. The letter S in the word claimants is italicized. In the next graph, claimant is spelled 'claiMant,' and so on.  The italicized letters in the first seven paragraphs spell out 'Smithy code,' playing on the judge's name.  (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)AP - Parts of London's legal community ground to a virtual halt Thursday with lawyers turning into aspiring code-breakers as they tried to decipher a hidden message inserted into "The Da Vinci Code" trial judgment.


]]>


"Stick It" a showcase for lithe teenage girls (Reuters)
Reuters - Much like "Bring It On," the cheerleading movie also written by this film's writer-director Jessica Bendinger, "Stick It" spends an inordinate amount of time ogling the tight, lithe bodies of its young female characters, in this case gymnasts. Thus, what might have appealed only to teen girls might well have crossover appeal to leering young boys as well.

George Clooney Urges Help for Darfur (AP)
Academy Award winning actor George Clooney,left, and Senator Barack Obama, D-Ill., take part in a news conference at the National Press Club in Washington, Thursday, April 27,2006 to bring awareness to the situation in the Darfur region of Sudan. (AP Photo/Mannie Garcia)AP - Actor George Clooney is making a plea for international help in the Darfur region of Sudan.


]]>


Saudi Movie Buffs Bemoan Lack of Theaters (AP)
Saudi Abdul-Wahhab al-Sanyour, who used to be a movie projectionist when Saudi Arabia allowed movies to be shown, is seen at his video store in Jiddah, Saudi Arabia ,Saturday, April 8, 2006. The idea of actually showing movies inside Saudi Arabia still is not acceptable to all Saudis. Conservatives consider movies a bad influence and have even protested the showing of films on the national Saudi airline. But, there are numerous video stores that stock the latest releases after kisses and other such scenes have been cut out. Also, most homes have satellite dishes that allow access to movie channels.  More Saudis are speaking out, hoping their voices will one day bring movie theaters back to the country. (AP Photo/Khaled Mahmoud)AP - Shortly after Tareq al-Hussein turned 21, he got himself a passport and drove 300 miles to neighboring Bahrain to fulfill a dream: watching a film in a movie theater.


]]>


Angelina Jolie Tops Most Beautiful List (AP)
In this image made available by People Magazine, who supplied this photo, has put Angelina Jolie --seen in a photo by James White -- on the cover of their  '100 Most Beautiful'  special double issue  which is on newstands Friday, April 28, 2006.(AP PHoto/People, James White)AP - She's got that pregnant glow, but it is Angelina Jolie's humanitarian efforts that make her most radiant, according to People magazine. The pillow-lipped actress graces the cover of People's "100 Most Beautiful People" issue, on newsstands Friday. It's her fourth time on the list, but first as cover girl.


]]>


Sharon Stone Accepts Libel Damages (AP)
Actress Sharon Stone poses as she arrives at a sports awards ceremony Thursday night, April 20, 2006, in Beverly Hills, Calif. Stone has accepted an undisclosed sum in libel damages from a British newspaper that alleged she had left her 4-year-old son in a car while dining at a London restaurant. Kirsty Howarth, a lawyer for the owners of the Daily Mail, told a judge at London's High Court on Thursday, April 27, 2006, the newspaper now accepted that the allegation was untrue, and apologized to Stone for the distress and embarrassment it had caused.(AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)AP - Sharon Stone has accepted an undisclosed sum in libel damages from a British newspaper that alleged she had left her 4-year-old son in a car while dining at a London restaurant.


]]>


People En Espanol Honors Jennifer Lopez (AP)
Jennifer Lopez arrives for the Academy Awards  in this March 5, 2006 file photo, in Los Angeles. A television writer has filed a lawsuit saying Lopez and UPN stole his idea for a series based on his move from Brooklyn to Miami and involvement with the modeling and nightclub scenes.  Jack Bunick's lawsuit claims 'South Beach,' a TV series executive-produced by Lopez that debuted Jan. 11 on UPN, mirrors a script he wrote in 1999 for a pilot episode of a show that would have been called 'South Beach Miami.'    (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian, FILE)AP - While Angelina Jolie tops People's most beautiful issue, Jennifer Lopez graces the cover of the magazine's Spanish-language version.


]]>


Shakira Wins Big at Latin Billboards (AP)
Singers Shakira and Wyclef Jean acknowledge the cheers from the crowd after performing at the Latin Billboard Awards at the Seminole Hard Rock Live in Hollywood, Fla Thursday April 27, 2006. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)AP - Pop songstress Shakira won six awards and reggaeton pacesetter Daddy Yankee took home three at the Billboard Latin Music Awards on Thursday night.


]]>


Spanish 'Star-Spangled Banner' Draws Ire (AP)
Hip hop star Pitbull, gestures as he sings on a track while recording a Spanish-language version of the U.S. national anthem, Wednesday, April 26, 2006 in Miami. The recording, dubbed 'Nuestro Himno,' which means 'Our Anthem' in English, is set to 'rhythmic Latin musical arrangement' but respects the song's traditional structure, said Adam Kidron, who heads the record label Urban Box Office.  (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)AP - British music producer Adam Kidron says that when he came up with the idea of a Spanish-language version of the U.S. national anthem, he saw it as an ode to the millions of immigrants seeking a better life.


]]>


Chili Peppers to rock New Orleans' Voodoo fest (Reuters)
Reuters - The Red Hot Chili Peppers are the first band confirmed for the eighth Voodoo Music Experience to be held in New Orleans on October 28-29, organizers said Thursday.

Snoop Arrested in Airport Brawl (E! Online)
Looks like Snoop Dogg could be headed for the pound.E! Online - Looks like Snoop Dogg could be headed for the pound.


]]>


Madonna spilling 'Secrets' CD/DVD in June (Reuters)
In this Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2006, file photo, Madonna appears backstage at the 48th Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles. Skype announced a deal on Tuesday, April 25, 2006 with music publishers that will make audio clips from artists like Madonna available to its users as ringtones. (AP Photo/Reed Saxon)Reuters - Madonna will release her documentary "I'm Going To Tell You a Secret" as a CD/DVD package June 13 via Warner Bros.


]]>


Snoop Dogg Released on Bail After Fracas (AP)
Rap artist and actor Snoop Dogg coach and sponsor of the Snoop Dogg All-Star youth football team is seen before the Snoop Bowl game with the Jacksonville youth All-Stars at Raines High School in Jacksonville, Fla., Saturday, Feb. 5, 2005. Rapper Snoop Dogg and five associates were arrested after a fracas at Heathrow Airport that injured seven police officers, British media reported Thursday April 27, 2006. Snoop Dogg _ real name Calvin Broadus, 34 _ had been due to perform in Johannesburg, South Africa, on Thursday. (AP Photo/Robert E. Klein)AP - Snoop Dogg was released on bail Thursday after a fracas he was involved in at Heathrow Airport injured seven police officers, his lawyers said.


]]>


Snoop Dogg held in London after fracas (Reuters)
Rapper Snoop Dogg tears up as he reads a poem he wrote at the funeral of Stanley Tookie Williams in Los Angeles in this December 20, 2005 file photo. The star was in police custody on April 27, 2006 after being arrested with five other men following a disturbance at London's Heathrow airport, a police source said. (Ric Francis/Pool/Reuters)Reuters - American rapper Snoop Dogg was arrested with five other men during a disturbance at London's Heathrow airport but was later released on bail, his lawyer said on Thursday.


]]>


Chicago Symphony Orchestra Names Conductor (AP)
AP - The Chicago Symphony Orchestra has a new principal conductor.

Bocelli to Make N.Y. Philharmonic Debut (AP)
AP - Andrea Bocelli will make his New York Philharmonic debut in September, singing four performances of romantic arias.

Shankars make musical riches out of ragas (Reuters)
Reuters - The headliner's daughter, Anoushka Shankar, opened the show Wednesday with a program that gave her father, the great Ravi Shankar, something to strive for.

   Active Server Pages Rule The World
Contact Us  
All artwork, design & content contained in this site are Copyright 1998 - 2017 PowerASP.com and Christopher J. Williams
Banner ads ,other site logos, etc are copyright of their respective companies.
STATS Unless otherwise noted - All Rights Reserved.

PowerASP active server pages asp.net microsoft .net framework sdk learn asp what is asp tutorial learn asp.net CJWSoft ASPProtect ASPBanner ASPClassifieds www.aspclassifieds.com, www.powerasp.com,www.cjwsoft.com,www.aspphotogallery.com,www.codewanker.com,www.aspprotect.com,www.aspbanner.com