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DeGeneres Repeats Daytime Emmy Sweep (AP)
Ellen DeGeneres accepts the award for outstanding talk show host, for her work on 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show,' at the 33rd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Friday, April 28, 2006. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)AP - Ellen DeGeneres swept the Daytime Emmy awards, winning best talk show host for the second time and earning talk show honors for the third consecutive year.


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'The View' Brings Rosie O'Donnell Aboard (AP)
Rosie O'Donnell, left, hugs Barbara Walters on stage during the 33rd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Friday, April 28, 2006. O'Donnell will replace Meredith Vieira on 'The View.' (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)AP - With Rosie O'Donnell as its newest co-host, "The View" brings a six-time Daytime Emmy winner onto a cast that has made a joke out of its inability to win an Emmy.


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First Post-Katrina Jazz Fest Opens (AP)
Bob Dylan performs during the 2006 New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival in New Orleans on Friday, April 28, 2006. (AP Photo/Jeff Christensen)AP - New Orleans' music scene, languishing along with the city after Hurricane Katrina, was rejuvenated Friday as the city's annual Jazz & Heritage Festival provided electric moments from both its homegrown musical heroes and superstar acts.


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National Gallery Opens Masters Exhibit (AP)
This undated photo provided by the National Gallery of Art is Left Wing of a Blue Roller, c. 1580 by Hans Hoffmann is a watercolor and gouache on parchment from the Woodner Collections.  The National Gallery of Art in Washington will show drawings by great artists over the centuries beginning Sunday, April 30th. (AP Photo/Smithsonian's National Gallery of Art, ho)AP - Many of the biggest names in art: Rembrandt, Picasso, Titian, Whistler, Leonardo da Vinci, are featured at the National Gallery of Art in a special exhibition beginning Sunday.


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'Lost' Actress Freed From Jail (AP)
This photo provided by the Honolulu Police Department shows actress Michelle Rodriguez after being arrested for suspicion of drunk driving on Dec. 1, 2005.  Rodriguez, of the hit ABC series 'Lost,' left jail Friday, April 28, 2006, after serving a five-day sentence for drunken driving. (AP Photo/Honolulu Police Department via The Honolulu Advertiser, File)AP - "Lost" actress Michelle Rodriguez left jail Friday after serving a sentence for drunken driving.


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Report: 'Da Vinci' Boycott Urged (AP)
FILE**This undated photo released by Sony Pictures shows actors Audrey Tautou and Tom Hanks in a scene from the suspense thriller 'The Da Vinci Code.' The film, based on the novel by Dan Brown, will be released May 17-19 around the world. (AP Photo/Sony Pictures, Simon Mein)AP - A Vatican official reportedly called for a boycott of the upcoming "The Da Vinci Code" film Friday, saying it contained "slanderous" offenses against Christianity that would have provoked a worldwide revolt had they been directed against Islam or the Holocaust.


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Dylan leads off post-Katrina Jazz Fest (Reuters)
Bob Dylan performs at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival in New Orleans April 28, 2006. (Lee Celano/Reuters)Reuters - Bob Dylan treated thousands of sun-baked fans to a rocking set of classics like "All Along the Watchtower" and "Like a Rolling Stone" to open New Orleans' first post-Katrina music festival, one the city hopes will kick-start its recovery.


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DeGeneres Repeats Daytime Emmy Sweep (AP)
Ellen DeGeneres accepts the award for outstanding talk show host, for her work on 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show,' at the 33rd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Friday, April 28, 2006. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)AP - Ellen DeGeneres swept the Daytime Emmy awards, winning best talk show host for the second time and earning talk show honors for the third consecutive year.


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Judge Allows Racial Bias Suit to Proceed (AP)
AP - The first racial discrimination case brought by the government against a movie studio can proceed to trial, a federal judge ruled.

First, they need to learn to act standing up... (Reuters)
Reuters - A new television reality show invites porn stars to test their serious acting abilities in London's theater district, raising the question: Debbie can do Dallas, but can she take on Chekhov's "The Cherry Orchard?"

Report: 'Da Vinci' Boycott Urged (AP)
FILE**This undated photo released by Sony Pictures shows actors Audrey Tautou and Tom Hanks in a scene from the suspense thriller 'The Da Vinci Code.' The film, based on the novel by Dan Brown, will be released May 17-19 around the world. (AP Photo/Sony Pictures, Simon Mein)AP - A Vatican official reportedly called for a boycott of the upcoming "The Da Vinci Code" film Friday, saying it contained "slanderous" offenses against Christianity that would have provoked a worldwide revolt had they been directed against Islam or the Holocaust.


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Daniel Baldwin Won't Face Felony Charges (AP)
AP - Actor Daniel Baldwin will not face felony charges after his arrest for investigation of cocaine possession, authorities said Friday.

Vatican Tries to Break "Da Vinci Code" (E! Online)
Guess we know whose top 10 movie list won't be including 
 The Da Vinci Code this year.E! Online - Guess we know whose top 10 movie list won't be including The Da Vinci Code this year.


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'Enron,' 'Bubble' among new films on high-def DVD (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. Delivering on a promise made months ago, Warner Home Video has announced the first hybrid disc to feature high-definition (HD) DVD content on one side and standard DVD content on the other. (Rick Wilking/Reuters)Reuters - The meager library of HD DVDs nearly doubled in size with Magnolia Home Entertainment's announcement that it will soon release five films in the high-definition optical disc format.


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Documentary on Bridge Suicides Opens (AP)
Filmmaker Eric Steel poses Thursday, April 27, 2006, in New York. Steel's new documentary, 'The Bridge,' tells the stories of a handful of the two dozen men and women who committed suicide at San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge in 2004. An estimated 1,200 people have jumped to their deaths from the Golden Gate since it opened in May 1937. (AP Photo/Shiho Fukada)AP - Always alone, they pace, hang their heads, linger just a bit too long. Some cry, jam hands into pockets, pull jackets tighter around them. They remove sunglasses, backpacks and purses.


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Bird Flu Hitting TV Screens May 9 (AP)
In this image provided by ABC, chickens are confiscated in a scene from 'Fatal Contact: Bird Flu in America.' The ABC made-for-TV movie follows an outbreak of an Avian Flu from its origins in a Hong Kong market through its mutation into a virus transmittable from human to human around the world and airs May 9 in the U.S., just as scientists are to begin testing of wild birds in Alaska that could herald the arrival of bird flu in North America.  (AP Photo/ABC, Ken George, HO)AP - Bodies piling up so quickly it takes dump trucks to haul them away. Barbed wire to keep whole neighborhoods quarantined. It's Hollywood's version of bird flu, a blur of fact and fiction that some scientists say could confuse the public.


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Post-9/11 paranoia examined in film at NY festival (Reuters)
A protestor demonstrates against the film 'United 93' across the street from the opening night screening at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York, April 25, 2006. (Keith Bedford/Reuters)Reuters - An award-winning heartthrob of Egyptian cinema, Khaled Abol Naga is happy to be starring in an American film that doesn't label him as a terrorist.


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Eastwood Finishing a Pair of War Films (AP)
AP - As a kid, Clint Eastwood watched his share of war movies. Later on, he starred in them. But now, as he puts the finishing touches on a pair of films about the bloody World War II battle for Iwo Jima, he says he has a changed perspective.

At the Movies: `Clean' (AP)
AP - "Clean" is the film that showed the world Maggie Cheung is more than just a strikingly beautiful face.

At the Movies: Capsule Reviews (AP)
AP - Capsule reviews of films opening this week:

Dylan leads off post-Katrina Jazz Fest (Reuters)
Bob Dylan performs at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival in New Orleans April 28, 2006. (Lee Celano/Reuters)Reuters - Bob Dylan treated thousands of sun-baked fans to a rocking set of classics like "All Along the Watchtower" and "Like a Rolling Stone" to open New Orleans' first post-Katrina music festival, one the city hopes will kick-start its recovery.


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'Nuestro Himno' Elicits Mixed Reactions (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 - Shopkeepers at one of the city's busiest tourist destinations had mixed reactions Friday to the release of a Spanish-language version of "The Star Spangled Banner."


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First Post-Katrina Jazz Fest Opens (AP)
Bob Dylan performs during the 2006 New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival in New Orleans on Friday, April 28, 2006. (AP Photo/Jeff Christensen)AP - New Orleans' music scene, languishing along with the city after Hurricane Katrina, was rejuvenated Friday as the city's annual Jazz & Heritage Festival provided electric moments from both its homegrown musical heroes and superstar acts.


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50 Cent Sounds Off About Oprah Winfrey (AP)
AP - He usually saves his beefs for other rappers; this time, 50 Cent is going after Oprah Winfrey.

Madonna: Queen of the Desert (E! Online)
Now in its seventh year, the two-day Coachella Valley Music and 
 Arts Festival will overrun the Empire Polo Fields in Indio, California, 
 this weekend with an eclectic mix of music, art installations--and, oh, 
 a certain leotard-loving pop icon named...Madonna.E! Online - Now in its seventh year, the two-day Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival will overrun the Empire Polo Fields in Indio, California, this weekend with an eclectic mix of music, art installations--and, oh, a certain leotard-loving pop icon named...Madonna.


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Aussie rock trio Wolfmother heads stateside (Reuters)
Reuters - Wolfmother keyboardist/bassist Chris Ross knows how unhip his Australian trio's music is. Blending '70s psychedelia, Led Zeppelin-like riffs and mythic imagery, and even throwing a toss to Black Sabbath, the band's tunes hardly resemble current commercial fare.

Chaka Khan Testifies in Son's Murder Trial (AP)
**FILE PHOTO** Musician Chaka Khan arrives at the memorial service for musician Rick James at Forest Lawn in the Hollywood Hills section of Los Angeles, Aug. 12, 2004. (AP Photo/Matt Sayles)AP - Singer Chaka Khan said her son is a kind, gentle man who she believes accidentally killed his friend nearly two years ago in her home.


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Barat follows Libertines with Dirty Pretty Things (Reuters)
Reuters - In the 16 months since U.K. alternative rock quartet the Libertines folded, Britain's tabloids have churned out a steady stream of lurid tales about the band's frontman/guitarist Pete Doherty and his relationship with supermodel Kate Moss.

Jewel shines "Again" (Reuters)
File photo of recording artist Jewel attends the opening of the Broadway play 'Lestat' at the Palace Theatre in Manhattan, April 25, 2006. The last time we all saw Jewel, she was prancing in red vinyl shorts and a white tank top. Her 'I'm a naughty firefighter' look in the video for 'Intuition,' the hit from her last album, '0304,' was a bit of a departure for Jewel, to say the least, and one that seemed to confuse her fans, who had come to associate the singer-songwriter with a more earthy-granola type of beauty. (Robert Caplin/Reuters)Reuters - The last time we all saw Jewel, she was prancing in red vinyl shorts and a white tank top.


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Doherty's Latest Drug Non-Shocker (E! Online)
Pete Doherty is singlehandedly redefining what it means to be a bad 
 boy of rock 'n' roll.E! Online - Pete Doherty is singlehandedly redefining what it means to be a bad boy of rock 'n' roll.


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