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Springsteen Expresses New Orleans' Pain (AP)
Bruce Springsteen performs during the 2006 New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival in New Orleans, Sunday, April 30, 2006.  (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)AP - New Jersey's favorite son was adopted by New Orleans on Sunday, as Bruce Springsteen — through speeches and song — vocalized the anger, frustration, pain and resilience of this hurricane-battered city at the annual Jazz & Heritage Festival.


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Richards Rests Coconut After Fall Off Palm (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 - Keith Richards fans gathered outside a hospital Sunday where the Rolling Stones guitarist was believed to be undergoing treatment for a mild concussion reportedly suffered when he fell out of a palm tree on vacation in Fiji.


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Network Newsmagazines Struggle to Survive (AP)
This photo, released by NBC News April 25, 2006, shows NBC News' Ann Curry, left, posing with actress Angelina Jolie in Namibia, following an interview with Jolie for the newsmagazine 'Dateline NBC.' The interview with Jolie, who is awaiting the birth of the baby she is having with actor Brad Pitt, was slated for broadcast on 'Dateline,' Sunday, April 30. (AP Photo/NBC News, Christian Martin)AP - The point was so important that Diane Sawyer was compelled to make it twice during a "Primetime" episode on battling stepfamilies.


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'RV' Passes 'United 93' to Win Box Office (AP)
In this photo provided by Columbia Pictures,  an overworked Bob Munro (Robin Williams), drags his family on a road trip to Colorado in a recreational vehicle, in 'RV.'  (AP Photo/Columbia Pictures/Joe Lederer)AP - Audiences hit the road with Robin Williams as his family-vacation romp "RV" opened at No. 1 with $16.4 million, while the acclaimed Sept. 11 drama "United 93" debuted with $11.6 million.


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Review: 'Hot Feet' Stumbles on Broadway (AP)
AP - "Hot Feet." Cold plot. There's a story connected to this exhausting new dance musical created by director and choreographer Maurice Hines to the music of Earth, Wind and Fire, but it's best not to think too much about it.

"Speed" director takes "Power" trip (Reuters)
Reuters - "Speed" director Jan De Bont has signed on to shoot the action thriller "Stopping Power," which is set to start in Germany next September.

Richards Rests Coconut After Fall Off Palm (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 - Keith Richards fans gathered outside a hospital Sunday where the Rolling Stones guitarist was believed to be undergoing treatment for a mild concussion reportedly suffered when he fell out of a palm tree on vacation in Fiji.


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Behind-the-scenes drama at "Desperate Housewives" (Reuters)
Reuters - The top producer on ABC's hit comedy-drama "Desperate Housewives" walked off the job late last week and may be replaced next season.

RCA opens up vault for dance music fans (Reuters)
Reuters - If digital files are the new vinyl records, then term searching is the new crate digging. Background knowledge once helped collectors and connoisseurs plumb a local record store's stock. Now they might use it to pick the right keyword when they're online.

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?"

"Speed" director takes "Power" trip (Reuters)
Reuters - "Speed" director Jan De Bont has signed on to shoot the action thriller "Stopping Power," which is set to start in Germany next September.

Threesomes not all they're cracked up to be (Reuters)
Reuters - The emotional repercussions of participating in a sexual threesome is the topic of "Kiss Me Again," which recently had its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival.

'Poseidon' setting sail at box office (Reuters)
Reuters - German director Wolfgang Petersen likes to get his feet wet.

September 11 film 'United 93' No. 2 at box office (Reuters)
United 93 passengers (L-R) Richard Guadagno played by Daniel Sauli, Todd Beamer played by David Alan Basche and Colleeen Fraser played by Denny Dillon are shown in a scene from the new film 'United 93' in this undated publicity photograph. The film is directed, written and produced by Paul Greenglass. The first Hollywood movie dealing with the events of September 11, landed at No. 2 at the weekend box office in North America with respectable ticket sales of $11.6 million, according to studio estimates issued on Sunday. REUTERS/Jonathan Olley/Universal Studios/HandoutReuters - "United 93," the first Hollywood movie to deal with the events of September 11, was No. 2 at the weekend box office in North America with respectable ticket sales of $11.6 million, according to studio estimates issued on Sunday.


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9-11 Movie Passes Box-Office Test (E! Online)
The United 93 question was: Was it too soon--too soon for a 
 movie about 9-11? The box-office answer was: No, not really.E! Online - The United 93 question was: Was it too soon--too soon for a movie about 9-11? The box-office answer was: No, not really.


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'United 93' Presents a Painful Tribute (AP)
This undated photo, supplied by Universal Pictures, shows writer-director-producer Paul Greengrass talking with the actors who portray the crew and passengers during filming of 'United 93.'  'United 93' will be released in theaters on April 28, 2006.(AP Photo/Universal Pictures, Jonathan Olley)AP - Samuel Franco stood outside the ticket booth, trying to decide which showing of "United 93" he and his wife should catch. He considered 9:45 p.m., then thought better of it. Too close to bedtime. Would they be able to sleep?


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'RV' Passes 'United 93' to Win Box Office (AP)
In this photo provided by Columbia Pictures,  an overworked Bob Munro (Robin Williams), drags his family on a road trip to Colorado in a recreational vehicle, in 'RV.'  (AP Photo/Columbia Pictures/Joe Lederer)AP - Audiences hit the road with Robin Williams as his family-vacation romp "RV" opened at No. 1 with $16.4 million, while the acclaimed Sept. 11 drama "United 93" debuted with $11.6 million.


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Quigley Amazed at Getting Cruise Flick (AP)
AP - Actress Maggie Quigley said she was seriously ill when she auditioned for "Mission: Impossible III" and was amazed that she got a key role in the film starring Tom Cruise, a Hong Kong newspaper reported Sunday.

"United 93" No. 2 at box office (Reuters)
United 93 passengers (L-R) Richard Guadagno played by Daniel Sauli, Todd Beamer played by David Alan Basche and Colleeen Fraser played by Denny Dillon are shown in a scene from the new film 'United 93' in this undated publicity photograph. The film is directed, written and produced by Paul Greenglass. The first Hollywood movie dealing with the events of September 11, landed at No. 2 at the weekend box office in North America with respectable ticket sales of $11.6 million, according to studio estimates issued on Sunday. (Jonathan Olley/Universal Studios/Handout/Reuters)Reuters - "United 93," the first Hollywood movie to deal with the events of September 11, was No. 2 at the weekend box office in North America with respectable ticket sales of $11.6 million, according to studio estimates issued on Sunday.


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Don Johnson's New Baby an Anniversary Gift (AP)
U.S. actor Don Johnson ajusts his glasses as he poses for the press at the Festival Palace in Cannes on Monday, May 18, 1998. The former 'Miami Vice' and 'Nash Bridges' star Don Johnson paid $14.5 million to save his house from a foreclosure sale. Fourteen acres of his 17-acre Woody Creek estate would have been auctioned off Wednesday on the steps of the Pitkin County Colorado Courthouse if he missed the deadline. Three acres and his guesthouse would have been auctioned off May 10, Foote said.   (AP PHOTO/Lionel Cironneau)AP - Don Johnson and his wife, Kelley, celebrated their seventh anniversary with the birth of their third child, a spokesman announced Sunday.


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Richards Rests Coconut After Fall Off Palm (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 - Keith Richards fans gathered outside a hospital Sunday where the Rolling Stones guitarist was believed to be undergoing treatment for a mild concussion reportedly suffered when he fell out of a palm tree on vacation in Fiji.


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New rock fest in gear with S. Dakota motorcycle rally (Reuters)
Reuters - Take 600,000 people, tens of thousands of motorcycles, more beer and barbecue than anyone can imagine ... and add music.

Radio going 'Crazy' for Gnarls Barkley (Reuters)
Reuters - Musicians often joke that the songs they spend the least amount of time on are the ones that become the biggest hits. But in the case of R&B/hip-hop duo Gnarls Barkley, a collaboration between producer Danger Mouse and rapper Cee-Lo, that's exactly what happened with "Crazy," the soul-kissed first single from their upcoming debut, "St. Elsewhere."

RCA opens up vault for dance music fans (Reuters)
Reuters - If digital files are the new vinyl records, then term searching is the new crate digging. Background knowledge once helped collectors and connoisseurs plumb a local record store's stock. Now they might use it to pick the right keyword when they're online.

Springsteen Expresses New Orleans' Pain (AP)
Bruce Springsteen performs during the 2006 New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival in New Orleans, Sunday, April 30, 2006.  (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)AP - New Jersey's favorite son was adopted by New Orleans on Sunday, as Bruce Springsteen — through speeches and song — vocalized the anger, frustration, pain and resilience of this hurricane-battered city at the annual Jazz & Heritage Festival.


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British Rocker Doherty Released on Bail (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 - British rocker Pete Doherty was released on bail Sunday by police investigating tabloid newspaper photos that showed him injecting himself and a woman with drugs, a police official 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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