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Keith Richards Leaves New Zealand Hospital (AP)
media and security wait outside the Ascot Hospital in Auckland, New Zealand Monday, May 1, 2006 where Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards  is staying following a incident while holiday in Fiji last week.  Mystery still surrounds exactly how Richards hit his head. The Wakaya Club resort where he had been staying refused comment and a Rolling Stones spokeswoman issued only a brief statement saying he 'suffered a mild concussion' in Fiji on Thursday and was airlifted to Auckland for observation as a precaution.   (AP Photo/Michael Bradley)AP - Keith Richards has been released from a New Zealand hospital where the Rolling Stones guitarist was admitted with a head injury after he reportedly fell out of a palm tree.


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Halle Berry Says She Wants to Adopt (AP)
Actress Halle Berry is pictured in this Monday, Feb. 13, 2006 file photo in New York. Berry says she plans to adopt- someday. 'I will adopt if it doesn't happen for me naturally,' the 39-year-old actress said in a recent interview. (AP Photo/ Dima Gavrysh)AP - Halle Berry says she wants to adopt a child — someday. "I will adopt if it doesn't happen for me naturally," the 39-year-old actress said in a recent interview with TV newsmagazine "Extra." "I will definitely adopt. And I probably will adopt even if it does happen naturally."


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Fats Domino Set to Help Young Musicians (AP)
Fats Domino performs on the opening day of the 34th annual New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival in this Thursday, April 24, 2003 file photo.  Domino cancelled an autograph session planned Monday to raise money for a music-related charity _ but he still plans to perform on Sunday at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival.   (AP Photo/Douglas Mason, FILE)AP - Poor health led Fats Domino to cancel an autograph session Monday to raise money for a music charity, but he is still scheduled to perform Sunday at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival.


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Brooke Shields: 'It's a Gift Having Kids' (AP)
U.S. actress Brooke Shields poses for the press in the courtyard of a hotel in central London, Thursday, April 14, 2005. (AP Photo/Jane Mingay)AP - Brooke Shields says "the irony is perfect" that her daughter, Grier, and Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes' daughter, Suri, were born on the same day.


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Limbaugh Cuts Deal in Prescription Case (AP)
This photo, originally provided by the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office on Friday,April 28, 2006, shows conservative radio commentator Rush Limbaugh. Limbaugh must submit to random drug tests under an agreement filed Monday, May 1, 2006, that will dismiss a prescription fraud charge against him after 18 months if he complies with the terms.(AP Photo/Palm Beach Sheriff's Office)AP - Rush Limbaugh's prescription fraud case has concluded with a deal, ending a three-year investigation during which prosecutors accused the conservative talk-show host of illegally deceiving multiple doctors to receive overlapping pain pill prescriptions.


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Successful filmmakers struggle in Mexico (Reuters)
Editors at the Qatar-based Arabic language television news channel Al Jazeera work in the newsroom in Doha in this November 30, 2005 file photo. Al Jazeera's glossy new London offices may not be fully completed, but anticipation is already building for the summer launch of an English-language version. (Caren Firouz/Reuters)Reuters - After directing Mexico's all-time box office champ, Carlos Carrera is making a comfortable living off film. Or so one might think.


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Keith Richards Leaves New Zealand Hospital (AP)
media and security wait outside the Ascot Hospital in Auckland, New Zealand Monday, May 1, 2006 where Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards  is staying following a incident while holiday in Fiji last week.  Mystery still surrounds exactly how Richards hit his head. The Wakaya Club resort where he had been staying refused comment and a Rolling Stones spokeswoman issued only a brief statement saying he 'suffered a mild concussion' in Fiji on Thursday and was airlifted to Auckland for observation as a precaution.   (AP Photo/Michael Bradley)AP - Keith Richards has been released from a New Zealand hospital where the Rolling Stones guitarist was admitted with a head injury after he reportedly fell out of a palm tree.


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Al Jazeera polishes its English for new spinoff (Reuters)
Editors at the Qatar-based Arabic language television news channel Al Jazeera work in the newsroom in Doha in this November 30, 2005 file photo. The network's glossy new London offices may not be fully completed, but anticipation is already building for the summer launch of an English-language version. (Caren Firouz/Reuters)Reuters - Its glossy new London offices may not be fully completed, but anticipation is already building for the summer launch of an English-language version of Al Jazeera, the Arab broadcaster denounced by U.S. Defense secretary Donald Rumsfeld as a "terror network,"


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Spike TV to honor horror/sci-fi films, shows (Reuters)
Reuters - Spike TV, the cable network that targets young men, is set to launch an awards show devoted to the booming horror/science fiction genre.

Signature in D.C. Receives Million Grant, Creating New Musicals Project (Playbill)
Playbill - Artistic director Eric Schaeffer announced that Signature Theatre of Arlington, VA, is the recipient of a million dollar grant from The Shen Family Foundation.

Successful filmmakers struggle in Mexico (Reuters)
Editors at the Qatar-based Arabic language television news channel Al Jazeera work in the newsroom in Doha in this November 30, 2005 file photo. Al Jazeera's glossy new London offices may not be fully completed, but anticipation is already building for the summer launch of an English-language version. (Caren Firouz/Reuters)Reuters - After directing Mexico's all-time box office champ, Carlos Carrera is making a comfortable living off film. Or so one might think.


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Spike TV to honor horror/sci-fi films, shows (Reuters)
Reuters - Spike TV, the cable network that targets young men, is set to launch an awards show devoted to the booming horror/science fiction genre.

Tom Arnold dives into swimming drama (Reuters)
Tom Arnold smiles as he arrives at the Los Angeles premiere of 'The Kid  and  I' in Hollywood in this November 28, 2005 file photo. Arnold has joined Terrence Howard and Bernie Mac in the period drama 'P.D.R.', it was reported May 2, 2006. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - Tom Arnold has joined Terrence Howard and Bernie Mac in the period drama "P.D.R."


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"Nightmare" awakens for 3-D release (Reuters)
Reuters - Sally will drop nightshade into Dr. Finkelstein's tea in 3-D come Halloween, when Walt Disney Pictures releases a digitally remastered version of "Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas."

Jack Black hits "Rewind" for comedy (Reuters)
Actor Jack Black poses as he arrives for the UK premiere of 'King Kong' in London's Leicester Square in this December 8, 2005 file photo. Jack Black is set to star in the eccentric comedy 'Be Kind Rewind,' playing a junkyard worker whose brain is magnetized, destroying every tape in his friend's video store and forcing the pair to remake the lost films. (Dylan Martinez/Reuters)Reuters - Jack Black is set to star in the eccentric comedy "Be Kind Rewind," playing a junkyard worker whose brain is magnetized, destroying every tape in his friend's video store and forcing the pair to remake the lost films.


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"Ice Age" sequel in final stint at No. 1 overseas (Reuters)
A publicity shot from the movie 'Ice Age 2: The Meltdown' is seen. The film earned $27.9 million from 61 territories last weekend, taking its total to $376.2 million. 'Scary Movie 4' heated up $9.4 million from 23 countries and lifted its international haul to $47.1 million. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - May madness sets in at the foreign box office next weekend as "Mission: Impossible III" kicks off a month that will see "Poseidon" set sail on May 12, "The Da Vinci Code" crack theaters on May 19, and "X-Men: The Last Stand" mark the spot the following weekend.


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Cruise's appeal put to test as "M:i III" debuts (Reuters)
Hollywood actor Tom Cruise poses for fans while signing autographs on his arrival for the world premiere of his latest movie 'Mission: Impossible III' in Rome April 24, 2006. When widely hyped action flick 'Mission: Impossible III' opens in the United States on Friday, Hollywood will be looking for clues to a billion-dollar question: Is Cruise still one of cinema's biggest draws? Right now, the betting says he is. (Alessandro Bianchi/Reuters)Reuters - When widely hyped action flick "Mission: Impossible III" opens in the United States on Friday, Hollywood will be looking for clues to a billion-dollar question: Is Tom Cruise still one of cinema's biggest draws?


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"Mission: Impossible" Marketing Blowup (E! Online)
Your mission, should you choose to accept it--make the newspapers 
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Glenn Ford Celebrates 90th Birthday (AP)
This is a 1947 photo of actor Glenn Ford in costume for his role in the movie 'The Loves of Carmen.'  He is shown sitting on the motorcycle he uses to travel to and from location 'rather than a horse.'  Ford, celebrating his 90th birthday,enjoys watching vintage films, including his own. 'One picture that he didn't like was `The Loves of Carmen' with Rita Hayworth, which (Columbia boss) Harry Cohn forced him to make,' his son Peter Ford said.(AP Photo)AP - Legendary actor Glenn Ford, who turned 90 on Monday, had to cut short a birthday celebration with family and friends when failing health forced him to retire to his bedroom.


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Rams Sign Denzel Washington's Son (AP)
St. Louis Rams head football coach Scott Lanehan talks with reporters following his team's final selection in the 2006 NFL draft on Sunday, April 30, 2006, in St. Louis. The draft was the first for Lanehan as head coach after replacing the team's former head coach, Mike Martz. (AP Photo/James A. Finley)AP - Signing the son of actor Denzel Washington on Monday ensured the St. Louis Rams of making a splash the day after the NFL draft ended.


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Keith Richards Leaves New Zealand Hospital (AP)
media and security wait outside the Ascot Hospital in Auckland, New Zealand Monday, May 1, 2006 where Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards  is staying following a incident while holiday in Fiji last week.  Mystery still surrounds exactly how Richards hit his head. The Wakaya Club resort where he had been staying refused comment and a Rolling Stones spokeswoman issued only a brief statement saying he 'suffered a mild concussion' in Fiji on Thursday and was airlifted to Auckland for observation as a precaution.   (AP Photo/Michael Bradley)AP - Keith Richards has been released from a New Zealand hospital where the Rolling Stones guitarist was admitted with a head injury after he reportedly fell out of a palm tree.


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Review: 1920s Musical Comedy Celebrated (AP)
This late 2005 photo, supplied by the Center Theater Group, shows Sutton Foster, center, the star of 'The Drowsy Chaperone,' during one of the show's biggest numbers during its recent run in Los Angeles. The play, which opens on Broadway on Monday,May 1, 2006, scored 14 Drama Desk nominations Thursday, April 27, 2006, honoring the best of the 2005-06 New York theater season. Foster also received a best actress in a musical nomination.  Also in the number are Angela Pupello, left, and Patrick Wetzel.(AP Photo/Center Theater Group,Craig Schwartz)AP - If you want to get some idea of what it means to be over the moon for musical comedy, pay a visit to Broadway's Marquis Theatre, where a disarming, delightful soufflé called "The Drowsy Chaperone," is making a strong case for song-and-dance obsession.


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Fats Domino Set to Help Young Musicians (AP)
Fats Domino performs on the opening day of the 34th annual New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival in this Thursday, April 24, 2003 file photo.  Domino cancelled an autograph session planned Monday to raise money for a music-related charity _ but he still plans to perform on Sunday at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival.   (AP Photo/Douglas Mason, FILE)AP - Poor health led Fats Domino to cancel an autograph session Monday to raise money for a music charity, but he is still scheduled to perform Sunday at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival.


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Toussaint-Costello: a collaboration born of Katrina (Reuters)
Musician Elvis Costello (R) performs with Allen Toussaint during the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, April 30, 2006. (Lee Celano/Reuters)Reuters - It's a collaboration that grew from Hurricane Katrina, and now Elvis Costello and New Orleans legend Allen Toussaint have cemented the relationship with songs that won hearts in the battered city.


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Tonya and Nancy Turned Into Sports Opera (AP)
AP - When Tufts music student Abigail Al-Doory sought inspiration for her opera, she looked not to Wagner's "Ring" cycle but to the Olympic rings, where themes like power, envy and greed are plentiful.

Bender's Family Sues Rapper's Estate (AP)
Keith Bender is shown in an undated file image from video, originally provided by Fox 2 television on Wednesday, April 12, 2006. Bender, 35, who was critically wounded in a Detroit nightclub shootout early Tuesday, April 18, 2006 that ended with the fatal shooting of Detroit rapper Proof. Bender, a former sergeant with the U.S. Army, died early Tuesday, April 18, 2006 . (AP Photo/FOX2)AP - The family of 35-year-old Army veteran Keith Bender have filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the estate of rapper Proof, who police say shot Bender before he was killed.


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Madonna wins over restless crowd at Coachella fest (Reuters)
Madonna performs during the Coachella Music Festival in Indio, California, April 30, 2006. (Lucas Jackson/Reuters)Reuters - Madonna made her festival debut at the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival in southern California, performing six songs Sunday in front of one of the largest crowds ever to witness an artist at the two-day event.


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Starbucks hires talent firm for showbiz deals (Reuters)
A Starbuck's logo is seen in this January 15, 2004 file photo. Even though it stumbled with its first official foray into Hollywood, coffee retailer Starbucks Corp. has hired the William Morris Agency to identify additional opportunities in the entertainment world. (Charles Platiau/Reuters)Reuters - Even though it stumbled with its first official foray into Hollywood, coffee retailer Starbucks Corp. has hired the William Morris Agency to identify additional opportunities in the entertainment world.


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Coachella Recap: Sunday, April 30 (Yahoo! Music)
Yahoo! Music - Despite an impressively high-wattage amount of Sunday star power this year (the first performance by Tool in nearly half a decade, an equally rare appearance by reclusive trip-hop pioneers Massive Attack, a surprisingly intimate side-stage set by easy-listening chart-topper James Blunt, a career-making performance by Hassidic reggae wunderkind Matisyahu), day two of the 2006 Coachella Music & Arts Festival was for all intents and purposes Madonna Day. Ever since it was announced that the leotarded diva would grace not the main stage but the comparatively teeny-tiny dance tent for her first-ever festival performance, the subsequent megahype and seriously out of control Craigslist ticket-scalping proved this would be the Coachella event to end all Coachella events. The re-emergence of the Beastie Boys and Iggy & the Stooges in 2003, the Pixies reunion of 2004, Bauhaus's Peter Murphy dangling from the ceiling in a vampire-bat costume, the Flaming Lips' Wayne Coyne crowd-surfing inside a clear plastic bubble...not even these memorable moments of Coachellas past could possibly compare with a chance to see the one-and-only Divine Mizz M on a scaled-down stage previously reserved for techno headliners like Fatboy Slim and Basement Jaxx.

Napster offers free music to beat iTunes (Reuters)
The Napster 'Cat' logo is seen on October 9, 2003. The digital music service on Monday said it would launch a free, advertising-supported version of its music platform. (Jeff Christensen/Reuters)Reuters - Napster Inc., the one-time renegade music download service, has returned to its roots with a new Web service which offers fans the chance to listen to over 2 million tracks for free.


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