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Church Launches 'Da Vinci Code' Campaign (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 - An Australian church group has launched a Web site and a series of cinema advertisements challenging theories in the blockbuster book "The Da Vinci Code" to coincide with the release of the movie version.


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Famed Author Pramoedya Ananta Toer Dies (AP)
Indonesian author and former dissident Pramoedya Ananta Toer, pauses to think during an interview, in Depok, Indonesia,  in this March 16, 2004, file photo. Renowned Indonesian author Pramoedya Ananta Toer, who suffered from heart trouble and diabetes, died Sunday, a family member said. He was 81. Pramoedya died at home, his daughter Tatiana Ananta said. (AP Photo/Suzanne Plunkett, FILE)AP - Indonesian author Pramoedya Ananta Toer, who overcame imprisonment and censorship to publish dozens of stories and novels about his country, died at home Sunday among family, his daughter said. He was 81.


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Thousands Pack Second Day of Jazz Fest (AP)
Thousands gather to hear the Subdudes during the 2006 New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival in New Orleans, Saturday, April 29, 2006.  (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)AP - The Franklin Avenue Baptist Choir, from one of this city's more devastated areas, had already whipped fans at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival into a frothing frenzy — but the choir's leader didn't think the crowd was excited enough.


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Stones Guitarist Richards Injured in Fiji (AP)
In this Feb. 5, 2006, file photo, Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards performs during the halftime show of Super Bowl XL at Ford Field in Detroit. (AP Photo/Amy Sancetta)AP - Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards was hospitalized for a mild concussion he suffered while vacationing in Fiji, reportedly after falling out of a palm tree.


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Report: Chinese Adviser Slams TV Show (AP)
AP - A senior Chinese government adviser criticized the country's "Super Girls" singing contest, an "American Idol"-style TV show, saying Saturday it wrongly preached the concept of instant riches and fame, a newspaper reported.

Church Launches 'Da Vinci Code' Campaign (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 - An Australian church group has launched a Web site and a series of cinema advertisements challenging theories in the blockbuster book "The Da Vinci Code" to coincide with the release of the movie version.


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Stones Guitarist Richards Injured in Fiji (AP)
In this Feb. 5, 2006, file photo, Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards performs during the halftime show of Super Bowl XL at Ford Field in Detroit. (AP Photo/Amy Sancetta)AP - Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards was hospitalized for a mild concussion he suffered while vacationing in Fiji, reportedly after falling out of a palm tree.


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Bush Lampoons Self at Press Corp Dinner (AP)
President Bush waves as he arrives for the White House Correspondents' Association's 92nd annual awards dinner, Saturday, April 29, 2006, in Washington. (AP Photo/Haraz N. Ghanbari)AP - It was twice the fun for members of the White House Correspondents' Association and guests Saturday night when President Bush invited a look-alike, sound-alike sidekick to poke fun at himself and fellow politicians.


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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?"

Church Launches 'Da Vinci Code' Campaign (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 - An Australian church group has launched a Web site and a series of cinema advertisements challenging theories in the blockbuster book "The Da Vinci Code" to coincide with the release of the movie version.


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Movie Promotion Confused With Bomb in L.A. (AP)
U.S. actor Tom Cruise waves to fans as he arrives at the French premiere of 'Mission Impossible III' in Paris, Wednesday, April 26, 2006. Cruise skipped a 'Mission: Impossible III' news conference Wednesday in Paris to hit the boutiques in search of outfits for new baby Suri, organizers said. (AP Photo/Christophe Ena)AP - A newspaper promotion for Tom Cruise's upcoming "Mission: Impossible III" got off to an explosive start when a county arson squad blew up a news rack, thinking it contained a bomb.


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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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With Movie Due, 'Da Vinci' Debate Persists (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 line from Dan Brown's "The Da Vinci Code" tells you why it's easily the most disputed religious novel of all time: "Almost everything our fathers taught us about Christ is false."


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Herzog nourishes rural Bavarian roots (Reuters)
German director Werner Herzog attends the San Francisco International Film Festival in San Francisco on April 26, 2006. (Kimberly White/Reuters)Reuters - Werner Herzog, the German film director whose subjects include a man eaten by a grizzly bear, is fascinated by the interaction between humans and animals.


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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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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.

'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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Stones Guitarist Richards Injured in Fiji (AP)
In this Feb. 5, 2006, file photo, Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards performs during the halftime show of Super Bowl XL at Ford Field in Detroit. (AP Photo/Amy Sancetta)AP - Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards was hospitalized for a mild concussion he suffered while vacationing in Fiji, reportedly after falling out of a palm tree.


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Thousands Pack Second Day of Jazz Fest (AP)
Thousands gather to hear the Subdudes during the 2006 New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival in New Orleans, Saturday, April 29, 2006.  (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)AP - The Franklin Avenue Baptist Choir, from one of this city's more devastated areas, had already whipped fans at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival into a frothing frenzy — but the choir's leader didn't think the crowd was excited enough.


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Rocker Doherty Nabbed for Drug Photos (AP)
Musician Pete Doherty, frontman of British rock band Babyshambles, leaves Thames Magistrates Court in London after being convicted of drug offences, in this file photo from April 20, 2006. London's Metropolitan Police force said Friday it would investigate tabloid newspaper photos that allegedly show Doherty injecting himself and a woman with drugs. (AP Photo/Sang Tan,File)AP - Troubled rocker Pete Doherty was arrested Saturday as part of a police investigation into tabloid newspaper photos allegedly showing him injecting himself and a woman with drugs, police said.


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Rocker Doherty arrested after drugs photos (Reuters)
British rock singer Pete Doherty leaves Thames Magistrates Court in east London April 20, 2006, following sentencing for charges of possessing heroin, crack cocaine and cannabis. Doherty was arrested on Saturday after a police investigation into a tabloid photo which the paper said showed him injecting drugs into a female fan's arm as she lay unconscious. (Toby Melville/Reuters)Reuters - British rock singer Pete Doherty was arrested on Saturday after a police investigation into a tabloid photo which the paper said showed him injecting drugs into a female fan's arm as she lay unconscious.


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Pickler Not Surprised by 'Idol' Vote (AP)
This image made available by Fox Television shows Kellie Pickler, 19, of Albemarle, N.C. performing on stage during the 'American Idol' television show in this Tuesday, April 25, 2006 file photo in Los Angeles. Pickler isn't surprised she was voted off 'American Idol' this week. Overall, Pickler says, her time on the hugely popular TV show transformed her life.    (AP Photo/Fox Television, HO FILE)AP - Kellie Pickler isn't surprised she was voted off "American Idol" this week. The 19-year-old waitress from Albemarle says she did feel stung by people making fun of her accent, her malaprops, and her inexperience.


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Sweden Seeks Back Taxes From Ex-ABBA Star (AP)
Former ABBA group member Bjorn Ulvaeus signs autographs in London in this April 6, 2004 file photo. The Swedish tax authority is demanding nearly $11.6 million in back taxes, fees and interest rates from Ulvaeus on royalties from ABBA's hits. (AP Photo/Richard Lewis)AP - The Swedish tax authority is demanding nearly $11.6 million in back taxes, fees and interest from Bjorn Ulvaeus on royalties from ABBA's hits.


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Half of Phish to Play Sanders' Fundraiser (AP)
Phish bassist Mike Gordon and drummer Jon Fishman perform in this Sunday, Aug. 3, 2003 file photo, during the 'It' festival at a the former Loring Air Force Base in Limestone, Maine.  Half of the jam band Phish plan a Vermont-style reunion for a political cause: Rep. Bernie Sanders' bid for the Senate.  Gordon will team with Fishman, singer Grace Potter and other Vermont musicians on June 2 at a benefit for Sanders, the independent looking to succeed retiring Sen. James Jeffords.  (AP Photo/Joel Page, FILE)AP - Half of the jam band Phish plan a Vermont-style reunion for a political cause: Rep. Bernie Sanders' bid for the Senate.


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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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'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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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.

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