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In Autograph Poll, Depp Has Write Stuff (AP)
Actor Johnny Depp signs autographs for fans as he arrives for the world premiere of Warner Bros. Pictures' 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory,' on Sunday, July 10, 2005, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Danny Moloshok, FILE)AP - Johnny Depp has the write stuff when it comes to signing autographs while Cameron Diaz is the worst, according to a new list from Autograph Collector magazine.


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DJ Out on Bail After On-Air Sexual Rants (AP)
AP - A syndicated hip-hop disc jockey arrested after making on-air racial and sexual rants about a rival radio personality's wife and young child has been released on bail.

Tsunami Forces Zinta to Examine Priorities (AP)
Bollywood actress Preity Zinta smiles at the promotional event of a shampoo in Bombay, India, July 5, 2005 photo. Zinta was only in one film in 2005 _ a contrast to the breakneck pace most Bollywood stars put up with. But after she escaped the tsunami disaster in 2004, Zinta stopped signing films and began to look at her life in a different way. The disaster 'made me value what I have,' she said. 'I wrote down all the things that I have in life to be grateful about,' she told The Times of India. 'And it was quite a long list.' (AP Photo/Aijaz Rahi)AP - Preity Zinta was only in one film last year — a contrast to the breakneck pace most Bollywood stars put up with. But after she escaped the tsunami disaster in 2004, Zinta stopped signing films and began to look at her life in a different way. The disaster "made me value what I have," she said.


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Sheen, Richards OK Further Restraining Order (AP)
Charlie Sheen and his then-wife actress Denise Richards arrive at CBS  celebration on Nov. 2, 2003, in New York. A judge issued the order in April after the 35-year-old actress alleged in court papers that Sheen pushed, shoved and threatened her and her parents. Sheen, 40, has denied the allegations. On Friday May 12, 2006, the restraining order was extended to July 13 so a psychologist can evaluate and make a determination regarding a custody arrangement for their two young daughters, Sheen's publicist Stan Rosenfield said. (AP Photo/Louis Lanzano)AP - Charlie Sheen and Denise Richards agreed Friday to extend a temporary restraining order requiring the actor to stay away from his estranged wife.


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Dream Cast at Met Surrounds 'Parsifal' (AP)
AP - Extra drama surrounded the season's last revival at the Metropolitan Opera, where Ben Heppner is singing the title role of Wagner's "Parsifal" for the first time.

In Autograph Poll, Depp Has Write Stuff (AP)
Actor Johnny Depp signs autographs for fans as he arrives for the world premiere of Warner Bros. Pictures' 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory,' on Sunday, July 10, 2005, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Danny Moloshok, FILE)AP - Johnny Depp has the write stuff when it comes to signing autographs while Cameron Diaz is the worst, according to a new list from Autograph Collector magazine.


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DJ Out on Bail After On-Air Sexual Rants (AP)
AP - A syndicated hip-hop disc jockey arrested after making on-air racial and sexual rants about a rival radio personality's wife and young child has been released on bail.

Obama Jokes of Presidential Bid on 'Conan' (AP)
In this photo released by NBC, 'Late Night' star Conan O'Brien speaks with Democratic Sen. Barack Obama, Friday, May 12, 2006,  Chicago. (AP Photo/NBC, Dana Edelson)AP - Democratic Sen. Barack Obama has repeatedly said he doesn't plan to run for president in two years.


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EMI to raise Warner bid to $30/shr -newspaper (Reuters)
Reuters - The world's third-largest music company EMI could raise its offer for smaller rival Warner Music to $30 per share after the U.S. firm rejected its $28.50 offer earlier this month, the Observer newspaper said.

Stephanie J. Block Is 'The Pirate Queen'; New Show By 'Les Miz' Writers Sets Sail in Fall (Playbill)
Playbill - Stephanie J. Block, Linda Balgord, Hadley Fraser and Jeff McCarthy will play principal roles in The Pirate Queen, the new musical by the creators of Les Misbles and Miss Saigon.

In Autograph Poll, Depp Has Write Stuff (AP)
Actor Johnny Depp signs autographs for fans as he arrives for the world premiere of Warner Bros. Pictures' 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory,' on Sunday, July 10, 2005, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Danny Moloshok, FILE)AP - Johnny Depp has the write stuff when it comes to signing autographs while Cameron Diaz is the worst, according to a new list from Autograph Collector magazine.


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Tsunami Forces Zinta to Examine Priorities (AP)
Bollywood actress Preity Zinta smiles at the promotional event of a shampoo in Bombay, India, July 5, 2005 photo. Zinta was only in one film in 2005 _ a contrast to the breakneck pace most Bollywood stars put up with. But after she escaped the tsunami disaster in 2004, Zinta stopped signing films and began to look at her life in a different way. The disaster 'made me value what I have,' she said. 'I wrote down all the things that I have in life to be grateful about,' she told The Times of India. 'And it was quite a long list.' (AP Photo/Aijaz Rahi)AP - Preity Zinta was only in one film last year — a contrast to the breakneck pace most Bollywood stars put up with. But after she escaped the tsunami disaster in 2004, Zinta stopped signing films and began to look at her life in a different way. The disaster "made me value what I have," she said.


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Stasi drama nets German film prize (Reuters)
German director Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck after the German Film Prize award ceremony in Berlin, May 12, 2006. (Tobias Schwarz/Reuters)Reuters - A powerful drama about how East Germany's Stasi security police infiltrated and shattered the lives of ordinary people swept the German Film Prize awards on Friday, taking seven trophies in the world's most lucrative film contest.


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"Da Vinci Code" leads Hollywood pack to Cannes (Reuters)
A worker stands on a ladder outside the Festival Palace during preparations for the 59th International Film Festival in Cannes May 11, 2006. REUTERS/Eric GaillardReuters - Last year it was the final installment of "Star Wars." This year it is "The Da Vinci Code."


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Lawsuit Against Nolte and Son Advances (AP)
Nick Nolte and son, Brawley, arrive at a film premiere  June 17, 2003, in Universal City, Calif.    A judge refused to throw out a lawsuit against Nolte and his son filed by a woman who claimed a partygoer drugged and sexually assaulted her at the actor's home when she was 15. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Gerald Rosenberg on Thursday, May 11, 2006, denied a motion to dismiss the case, which was filed by the girl's parents on her behalf and is scheduled for trial next month.(AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)AP - A judge refused to throw out a lawsuit against Nick Nolte and his son filed by a woman who claimed a partygoer drugged and sexually assaulted her at the actor's home when she was 15.


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Depp Best, Diaz Worst for Autographs (AP)
AP - Johnny Depp has the write stuff when it comes to signing autographs while Cameron Diaz is the worst, according to a new list Friday from Autograph Collector magazine.

U.S. watchdog targets bloated corporate audits (Reuters)
Reuters - After over two years looking at whether auditors do enough to watch over U.S. corporations, the chief of the top auditing watchdog says examiners will now look if audits go too far.

Diane Keaton Gets L'Oreal Paris Deal (AP)
AP - Diane Keaton has a new role. The Oscar-winning actress, who is 60, will star as a spokesperson for L'Oreal Paris and its brands.

At the Movies: `Just My Luck' (AP)
AP - Poor Lindsay Lohan.

'Poseidon' Sails Into Hollywood (AP)
Director Wolfgang Petersen of the new film 'Poseidon' poses with cast member singer Stacy Ferguson of the band Black Eyed Peas during premiere of the film Wednesday, May 10, 2006, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)AP - Survivors of "The Poseidon Adventure" were all aboard for the christening of director Wolfgang Petersen's "Poseidon" — a new take on the tale of a capsized ocean liner.


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DJ Out on Bail After On-Air Sexual Rants (AP)
AP - A syndicated hip-hop disc jockey arrested after making on-air racial and sexual rants about a rival radio personality's wife and young child has been released on bail.

Leonard Cohen promotes book in rare appearance (Reuters)
Singer/songwriter Leonard Cohen (L) receives the rank of Companion in the Order of Canada from Governor General Adrienne Clarkson during a ceremony in Ottawa, October 24, 2003. Reclusive poet and troubadour Cohen made a rare public appearance on Saturday to promote his first book in 22 years. (Jim Young/Reuters)Reuters - Reclusive poet and troubadour Leonard Cohen made a rare public appearance on Saturday to promote his first book in 22 years, which he hopes will help him recoup some of the money he says was stolen by his former manager.


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"Musical evangelist" sets Da Vinci Code to music (Reuters)
A man reads a DaVinci Code book at the book store in Manila May 13, 2006. (Joseph Agcaoili/Reuters)Reuters - "The Da Vinci Code" is a goldmine not only for its creators but for a host of others producing spinoff merchandise like video games and guided tours that narrowly avoid using the novel's full title.


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Do you own songs bought online? Well, sort of (Reuters)
The Apple Store on Chicago's Magnificent Mile in a file photo. Like millions around the world, you have spent perhaps a few hundred dollars buying songs from the company's iTunes music store, but whether you own those tunes depends on how you define ownership. (John Gress/Reuters)Reuters - Like millions around the world, you have an iPod, the market-leading digital music player made by Apple Computer Inc. and have spent perhaps a few hundred dollars buying songs from the company's iTunes music store.


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Tearful Metallica singer recounts drugs battle (Reuters)
Metallica's James Hetfield (front) and his band perform music of Black Sabbath band after the latter was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame at the 2006 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York March 13, 2006. Hetfield fought back tears at a Hollywood fundraiser on Friday as he recounted his public battle with addiction, and labeled the sex, drugs and rock' n' roll ethos as a 'horrible myth.' (Mike Segar/Reuters)Reuters - Metallica frontman James Hetfield fought back tears on Friday as he recounted his public battle with addiction, and labeled the sex, drugs and rock' n' roll ethos as a "horrible myth."


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Woman Charged With Theft of Gould Mementos (AP)
AP - A woman was indicted for allegedly stealing memorabilia of late classical pianist Glenn Gould from a Canadian library and selling some of the items, prosecutors said.

L.A. High School Honors 'Idol' Finalist (AP)
'American Idol' finalist Katherine McPhee, 22, opens her arms as she is welcomed back to Notre Dame High School Friday, May 12, 2006, in the Sherman Oaks area of Los Angeles. McPhee is an alumnus of Notre Dame High School. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)AP - "McPhever" mania reached a fevered pitch Friday when "American Idol" finalist Katharine McPhee returned to her old high school.


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'Idol' Finalist Hicks Visits Alabama (AP)
American Idol finalist Taylor Hicks smiles as he is welcomed home inBirmingham, Ala., Friday, May 12, 2006. Hicks is one of three contestants remaining in the latest edition of the superpopular talent show. The ultimate winner will be announced May 24. (AP Photo/Butch Dill)AP - "American Idol" finalist Taylor Hicks returned home to Alabama on Friday with a made-for-TV visit that included a parade, a visit with the governor and some down-home Southern food he just can't get while taping in Los Angeles.


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Lawsuits Filed by Spector Can Proceed (AP)
Music producer Phil Spector, charged with fatally shooting actress Lana Clarkson, appears for a hearing in Los Angeles Superior Court in this  Sept. 26, 2005, file photo. Spector lost a bid Friday, May 12, 2006, to delay court proceedings on lawsuits involving his former assistant until his murder trial is over. Spector claimed in his lawsuit that Michelle Blaine siphoned hundreds of thousands of dollars from his accounts. (AP Photo/Nick Ut, file)AP - Record producer Phil Spector lost a bid Friday to delay court proceedings on lawsuits involving his former assistant until his murder trial is over.


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Jewel to Perform on Daytime Soap Opera (AP)
Singer Jewel poses for a photograph in Beverly Hills, Calif., on Thursday, April 13, 2006. The singer-songwriter will appear May 31 on 'The Young and the Restless.' The CBS soap opera is daytime's top-rated drama.  On the show, Jewel will perform at a fundraiser hosted by characters Nick and Sharon Newman to mark the first anniversary of their teenage daughter's death in a drunk-driving accident. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes, file)AP - Jewel is hitting the daytime-TV soap world to promote her new CD.


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