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'M:I3' Earnings Disappoint on 1st Weekend (AP)
Tom Cruise helps fiancee Katie Holmes out of a Bugatti automobile as they arrive to the Los Angeles premiere of Mission Impossible  3 in Hollywood Thursday, May 4, 2006. This was Holmes' first public appearance since giving birth to the couple's daughter Suri. (AP Photo/Branimir Kvartuc)AP - Fewer people chose to accept Tom Cruise's latest mission, a possible sign that the odd behavior of Hollywood's biggest star may have taken a toll on his box-office charm.


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Wife of Adam Sandler Gives Birth to Girl (AP)
Actor Adam Sandler give a thumbs-up to New York Knicks players March 3, 2006, at Madison Square Garden in New York. Sandler's wife, Jackie, gave birth to the couple's first child, according to a posting on the comedian's Web site. (AP Photo/Julie Jacobson)AP - Adam Sandler is now a real-life "Big Daddy."


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New Orleans Jazz Fest Ends on High Note (AP)
Fats Domino smiles at the crowd after briefly appearing on stage  during the 2006 New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival in New Orleans on Sunday, May 7, 2006, after he canceled his performance. His  performance at the 37th annual event was to be his first since he was rescued by boat from his flooded home in the Ninth Ward after Katrina struck on Aug. 29. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)AP - Fats Domino tipped his hat to thousands of cheering fans, briefly appearing on stage during the final day of Jazz Fest. But the headliner did not perform.


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Garcia, Anthony Honored at Alma Awards (AP)
Marc Anthony, left, and his wife, Jennifer Lopez, arrive for the 2006 National Council of La Raza ALMA Awards in Los Angeles, Sunday, May 7, 2006. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)AP - Capping a week dominated by the national debate on immigration policy, Sunday's 2006 ALMA Awards celebrated positive portrayals and outstanding achievements by Hispanic artists from the worlds of music, television and film.


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Ashlee Simpson Not Rushing to Get Married (AP)
Ashlee Simpson arrives at MTV's 4th annual TRL awards in this Feb. 21, 2006, file photo in New York.  Simpson says she wants to wait to get married _ unlike her big sister Jessica. The 21-year-old revealed in an interview with 'Teen People' that she has watched her newly single sister 'go through a really hard time' and that tying the knot 'is definitely not on my mind.' (AP Photo/Stephen Chernin, file)AP - Singer Ashlee Simpson says she wants to wait to get married — unlike her big sister Jessica.


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Garcia, Anthony Honored at Alma Awards (AP)
Marc Anthony, left, and his wife, Jennifer Lopez, arrive for the 2006 National Council of La Raza ALMA Awards in Los Angeles, Sunday, May 7, 2006. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)AP - Capping a week dominated by the national debate on immigration policy, Sunday's 2006 ALMA Awards celebrated positive portrayals and outstanding achievements by Hispanic artists from the worlds of music, television and film.


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New Orleans Jazz Fest Ends on High Note (AP)
Fats Domino smiles at the crowd after briefly appearing on stage  during the 2006 New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival in New Orleans on Sunday, May 7, 2006, after he canceled his performance. His  performance at the 37th annual event was to be his first since he was rescued by boat from his flooded home in the Ninth Ward after Katrina struck on Aug. 29. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)AP - Fats Domino tipped his hat to thousands of cheering fans, briefly appearing on stage during the final day of Jazz Fest. But the headliner did not perform.


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"Men" reruns going online in pioneering deal (Reuters)
Reuters - The deal just got sweeter for TV stations looking to buy rerun rights to the hit Charlie Sheen comedy "Two and a Half Men," which is expected to be a hot syndication property for fall 2007.

'M:I3' Earnings Disappoint on 1st Weekend (AP)
Tom Cruise helps fiancee Katie Holmes out of a Bugatti automobile as they arrive to the Los Angeles premiere of Mission Impossible  3 in Hollywood Thursday, May 4, 2006. This was Holmes' first public appearance since giving birth to the couple's daughter Suri. (AP Photo/Branimir Kvartuc)AP - Fewer people chose to accept Tom Cruise's latest mission, a possible sign that the odd behavior of Hollywood's biggest star may have taken a toll on his box-office charm.


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PLAYBILL.COM'S THEATRE WEEK IN REVIEW: Three Days in May (and one in April) (Playbill)
Playbill - At this time last year, Broadway critics-their duties having been fulfilled with the filing of their Sweet Charity notices-had settled down to a long summer's nap.

Garcia, Anthony Honored at Alma Awards (AP)
Marc Anthony, left, and his wife, Jennifer Lopez, arrive for the 2006 National Council of La Raza ALMA Awards in Los Angeles, Sunday, May 7, 2006. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)AP - Capping a week dominated by the national debate on immigration policy, Sunday's 2006 ALMA Awards celebrated positive portrayals and outstanding achievements by Hispanic artists from the worlds of music, television and film.


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Wife of Adam Sandler Gives Birth to Girl (AP)
Actor Adam Sandler give a thumbs-up to New York Knicks players March 3, 2006, at Madison Square Garden in New York. Sandler's wife, Jackie, gave birth to the couple's first child, according to a posting on the comedian's Web site. (AP Photo/Julie Jacobson)AP - Adam Sandler is now a real-life "Big Daddy."


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Comedian Sandler, wife have first baby (Reuters)
Actor Adam Sandler (R), star of the film 'The Longest Yard', poses with his wife Jackie Titone as they arrive at the film's premiere in Hollywood in this May 19, 2005 file photo. Titone has given birth to their first child, according to a posting on Sandler's Web site on May 7, 2006. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - Comedian Adam Sandler's wife has given birth to their first child, according to a posting on his Web site on Sunday.


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"Mission 3" succeeds at foreign box office (Reuters)
Actor Tom Cruise arrives at the fan screening of 'Mission: Impossible III' at the Grauman's Chinese theatre in Hollywood inthis May 4, 2006 file photo. After a middling $48 million bow in North America, 'Mission: Impossible III' bowed robustly overseas with estimated weekend sales of $70.3 million from 57 territories. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - After a middling $48 million bow in North America, "Mission: Impossible III" bowed robustly overseas with estimated weekend sales of $70.3 million from 57 territories.


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'M:I3' Earnings Disappoint on 1st Weekend (AP)
Tom Cruise helps fiancee Katie Holmes out of a Bugatti automobile as they arrive to the Los Angeles premiere of Mission Impossible  3 in Hollywood Thursday, May 4, 2006. This was Holmes' first public appearance since giving birth to the couple's daughter Suri. (AP Photo/Branimir Kvartuc)AP - Fewer people chose to accept Tom Cruise's latest mission, a possible sign that the odd behavior of Hollywood's biggest star may have taken a toll on his box-office charm.


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War-themed films honored at NY's Tribeca fest (Reuters)
Robert De Niro smiles as he is introduced at a news conference kicking-off the Tribeca Film Festival in New York, April 24, 2006. Three war-themed films took top prizes at the Tribeca Film Festival during the weekend, as De Niro's fifth annual celebration of New York honored a decidedly political and international selection. (Chip East/Reuters)Reuters - Three war-themed films took top prizes at the Tribeca Film Festival during the weekend, as Robert De Niro's fifth annual celebration of New York honored a decidedly political and international selection.


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"Halls" decked with Chenoweth (Reuters)
Reuters - Kristin Chenoweth, who co-stars in the family comedy "RV," has signed on to play Danny DeVito's wife in "Deck the Halls."

Director Weitz spins back to "Compass" (Reuters)
Reuters - Director Chris Weitz has found his way back to "The Golden Compass," a project he bailed from in 2004 claiming he was not up to the task.

Mission: aborted -- Cruise bruised at box office (Reuters)
Reuters - "Mission: Impossible III," the first big action film of the summer, opened disappointingly at the weekend box office in North American, despite a whirlwind publicity tour by its pricey star, Tom Cruise.

"Fire" burning with Del Toro, Berry (Reuters)
The late author Muriel Spark listens to speeches in her honor after receiving the 1997 David Cohen British Literature Prize March 19, 1997. She died in Italy at the age of 88 and will be buried in Tuscany later on Saturday. File/REUTERS (Reuters)Reuters - Oscar winners Benicio Del Toro and Halle Berry are set to spark in the drama "Things We Lost in the Fire."


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New Orleans Jazz Fest Ends on High Note (AP)
Fats Domino smiles at the crowd after briefly appearing on stage  during the 2006 New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival in New Orleans on Sunday, May 7, 2006, after he canceled his performance. His  performance at the 37th annual event was to be his first since he was rescued by boat from his flooded home in the Ninth Ward after Katrina struck on Aug. 29. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)AP - Fats Domino tipped his hat to thousands of cheering fans, briefly appearing on stage during the final day of Jazz Fest. But the headliner did not perform.


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Garcia, Anthony Honored at Alma Awards (AP)
Marc Anthony, left, and his wife, Jennifer Lopez, arrive for the 2006 National Council of La Raza ALMA Awards in Los Angeles, Sunday, May 7, 2006. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)AP - Capping a week dominated by the national debate on immigration policy, Sunday's 2006 ALMA Awards celebrated positive portrayals and outstanding achievements by Hispanic artists from the worlds of music, television and film.


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Domino cancels Jazz Fest act after health scare (Reuters)
Musician Fats Domino tips his hat to the crowd during the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival in New Orleans May 7, 2006. Domino cancelled his performance at the festival due to medical problems. (Lee Celano/Reuters)Reuters - Fats Domino, who became a symbol of survival for this year's New Orleans jazz festival, canceled his long-awaited performance on Sunday after the rock 'n' roll pioneer had a brief health scare.


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At strip clubs, hip-hop is big business (Reuters)
Reuters - It's no longer just the hardworking women who make money at strip clubs. These late-night hangouts, with their booming sound systems and gender-mixed crowds, have become big business for the record industry, particularly for hip-hop labels.

Keith Richards undergoes brain surgery: media (Reuters)
Keith Richards of The Rolling Stones performs during the opening concert of the five-concert Japan tour of the 'A Bigger Bang' world tour at Tokyo Dome in this March 22, 2006 file photo. Richards had surgery to relieve a blood clot on his brain caused by an accident while holidaying in Fiji, local media reported on Monday. (Kimimasa Mayama/Reuters)Reuters - Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards had surgery to relieve a blood clot on his brain caused by an accident while holidaying in Fiji, local media reported on Monday.


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Ad revenue shores up newfangled Napster (Reuters)
A screenshot of Napster.com, taken on May 1, 2006. In their continuing struggle to attract music fans from iTunes, subscription music services are resorting to what made digital music popular in the first place -- a price tag marked 'free.' (PRNewsFoto/Reuters)Reuters - In their continuing struggle to attract music fans from iTunes, subscription music services are resorting to what made digital music popular in the first place -- a price tag marked "free."


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Spanish-language anthem divides Latin music community (Reuters)
Reuters - "Nuestro Himno" (Our Hymn), the Spanish-language rendition of America's national anthem, has captured headlines and elicited a response from President Bush, who says the song should be sung in English. But it also has divided the Latin music community.

Rodeo group to showcase emerging country artists (Reuters)
Reuters - There are few pairings more natural than rodeo and country music. The Professional Rodeo Cowboys Assn. is recognizing that inherent fit by creating an emerging artist program in an effort to build awareness of the sport and the music.

Supremes' Wilson aims to knock out the knockoffs (Reuters)
Reuters - Mary Wilson has an itch in her heart. But it has nothing to do with the love she sang about as a member of the Supremes in 1966.

No longer brand new, the Heavies in welcome return (Reuters)
Reuters - The Brand New Heavies wasted little time stating their purpose Thursday night at the Roxy Theater. Reunited with its most notable lead vocalist, N'Dea Davenport, the British soul combo opened its 70-minute set with "Right On" -- a track from its forthcoming album, "Get Used to It" -- which featured Davenport repeatedly crooning, "Bring back the funk in music, put back the funk in music."

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