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Britney Spears Stumbles, Nearly Drops Baby (AP)
Britney Spears arrives for a post Grammy party at a private residence  Feb. 8, 2006, in Beverly Hills, Calif. Spears stumbled outside a Manhattan hotel, nearly dropping her 8-month-old son and further fueling the ever-growing media scrutiny of her parenting skills.  In photos splashed across the front page and inside the New York Post on Friday, May 19, 2006, the 24-year-old pop star is shown exiting The Ritz-Carlton hotel with Sean Preston in one hand and a glass in the other.  (AP Photo/Danny Moloshok)AP - Britney Spears stumbled outside a Manhattan hotel, nearly dropping her 8-month-old son and further fueling the ever-growing media scrutiny of her parenting skills.


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Halle Berry Clashes With Disc Jockey (AP)
Halle Berry, in front of a poster showing co-star Hugh Jackman, attends a news conference for the movie, 'X-Men: The Last Stand,' in Mexico City, Mexico, Monday, May 15, 2006. Berry appeared on Chris Moyles' Radio One breakfast show in Britain, Thursday morning May 18, 2006, and clashed with her host after he impersonated what he described as a 'big, fat, black guy.' (AP Photo/Gregory Bull)AP - What was meant to be a friendly chat to promote the new "X-Men" movie turned into a frosty discussion about race on a popular morning radio program, but the British Broadcasting Corp. defended its disc jockey.


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'Dreamgirls' Brings Glitz to Cannes (AP)
Actress Beyonce Knowles arrives to a preview of her new film 'Dreamgirls' in Cannes, southern France, Friday, May 19, 2006. The film will be released during the holiday season in the United Sates.  (AP Photo/Jeff Christensen)AP - Broadway invaded the Cannes Film Festival on Friday with a preview of the movie musical "Dreamgirls," with stars Jamie Foxx and Beyonce Knowles on hand to help show off scenes from the stage adaptation.


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Evel Knievel Slowed by Illness and Pain (AP)
Former daredevil Evel Knievel sits with lontime partner Krystal Kennedy-Knievel and their dog, Rocket, in their condo May 11, 2006, in Clearwater, Fla. Evel Knievel, a 1970's cultural icon and poster boy for fast living and derring-do, has trouble now just walking from his condo to the pool. His 67-year-old body is broken by years of spectacular crashes and ravaged by a multitude of serious ailments. (AP Photo/Chris O'Meara)AP - Evel Knievel has trouble now just walking from his condo to the pool. The '70s cultural icon and poster boy for fast living and derring-do is 67, his body broken by years of spectacular crashes and ravaged by a multitude of serious ailments. The king of the daredevils can hardly get out of bed most days, let alone straddle a Harley.


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Chris Rock Pokes Fun at CBS Chief (AP)
This photo, supplied by the CW, shows 'Everybody Hates Chris' executive producer Chris Rock speaking in New York's Madison Square Garden,Thursday, May 18, 2006, at the sales presentation to advertisers by the new CW network, where his show will air on Sunday nights this fall after UPN shuts down. Rock, poking fun at his boss, told the gathering that it was CBS Corp. chief executive Leslie Moonves who picked the young actor who portrays the comic as a boy in the UPN sitcom, vetoing the person who had been first choice.(AP Photo/CW, John P. Filo)AP - CBS Corp. chief executive Leslie Moonves is the most powerful executive in television, but he's still involved in some of the smallest programming decisions.


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Aborigines tell their own tale in mystic film (Reuters)
Reuters - Director Rolf de Heer had to hire crocodile hunters and learn how to build canoes out of trees for his new film, which he made with Aboriginal actors speaking their own language.

Hooker estate, in hard times, licenses catalog (Reuters)
Reuters - John Lee Hooker could not read or write, according to his daughter, but the legendary Delta bluesman's estate is hoping to educate a new legion of fans about his 50-year musical legacy.

"Baghdad ER" brings Iraqi horrors to US audience (Reuters)
A wounded U.S. Army soldier is carried on a stretcher from a Blackhawk medical evacuation helicopter after landing next to a military hospital in Baghdad in this August 10, 2004 file photo. The U.S. public can see images of the Iraq war on television on Sunday that are so potentially disturbing the Pentagon has warned soldiers it may cause them to relive the trauma of war. (Chris Helgren/Reuters)Reuters - The U.S. public can see images of the Iraq war on television on Sunday that are so potentially disturbing the Pentagon has warned soldiers it may cause them to relive the trauma of war.


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Univision bids expected June 8: source (Reuters)
Reuters - Spanish-language broadcaster Univision Communications Inc., which has put itself up for sale, has asked interested bidders to submit offers by June 8, a source close to the process said on Friday.

Wing Seminars About 'Drowsy Chaperone' and "Actors" Air on CUNY-TV (Playbill)
Playbill - CUNY TV will air the American Theatre Wing's "Working in the Theatre" seminar 11 AM May 20 with members of the cast and creative team of The Drowsy Chaperone, which leads the 2006 Tony Award nominations with 13 nods.

Aborigines tell their own tale in mystic film (Reuters)
Reuters - Director Rolf de Heer had to hire crocodile hunters and learn how to build canoes out of trees for his new film, which he made with Aboriginal actors speaking their own language.

Loach sees lessons in film about Irish troubles (Reuters)
British director Ken Loach during a photocall for his film 'The Wind that Shakes the Barley' at the 59th Cannes Film Festival, May 18, 2006. (John Schults/Reuters)Reuters - Ken Loach, launching his new film about the Irish struggle for independence in 1920, believes that occupying forces in Iraq today are making the same mistakes the British did nearly 90 years ago.


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Crowds, protests expected as "Da Vinci Code" opens (Reuters)
Actor Tom Hanks (L) and French actress Audrey Tautou are seen in a scene from the film 'The Da Vinci Code' in this undated handout photo. The film is directed by Ron Howard and based on the best selling novel of the same name by Dan Brown. (Courtesy Sony Pictures/Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Moviegoers, shrugging off a burst of negative reviews, were expected to flock to Friday's opening of the religious thriller "The Da Vinci Code" as some Catholics vowed coast-to-coast protests against the film.


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'Dreamgirls' Brings Glitz to Cannes (AP)
Actress Beyonce Knowles arrives to a preview of her new film 'Dreamgirls' in Cannes, southern France, Friday, May 19, 2006. The film will be released during the holiday season in the United Sates.  (AP Photo/Jeff Christensen)AP - Broadway invaded the Cannes Film Festival on Friday with a preview of the movie musical "Dreamgirls," with stars Jamie Foxx and Beyonce Knowles on hand to help show off scenes from the stage adaptation.


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Chris Rock Pokes Fun at CBS Chief (AP)
This photo, supplied by the CW, shows 'Everybody Hates Chris' executive producer Chris Rock speaking in New York's Madison Square Garden,Thursday, May 18, 2006, at the sales presentation to advertisers by the new CW network, where his show will air on Sunday nights this fall after UPN shuts down. Rock, poking fun at his boss, told the gathering that it was CBS Corp. chief executive Leslie Moonves who picked the young actor who portrays the comic as a boy in the UPN sitcom, vetoing the person who had been first choice.(AP Photo/CW, John P. Filo)AP - CBS Corp. chief executive Leslie Moonves is the most powerful executive in television, but he's still involved in some of the smallest programming decisions.


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At the Movies: `See No Evil' (AP)
AP - It would seem that no director in the history of film has had a weirder trajectory than Gregory Dark.

Paramount unveils new specialty film unit (Reuters)
The Festival Palace ahead of the 59th International Film Festival in Cannes, May 16, 2006. (Eric Gaillard/Reuters)Reuters - Film studio Paramount Pictures on Friday unveiled a new division called Paramount Vantage, aimed at releasing low-budget films with broad appeal to capture audiences in the expanding independent film arena.


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Doc shines light on homeless Iraq vets (Reuters)
Vanessa Gamboa, an Iraq war veteran of the U.S Army and single mother, holds up her new U.S. Citizenship documents after being sworn in as a U.S. Citizen in downtown Brooklyn, New York, May 19, 2006. (Mike Segar/Reuters)Reuters - The nightmare of Iraq was bad enough for Vanessa Gamboa. Unprepared for combat beyond her basic training, the supply specialist soon found herself in a firefight, commanding a handful of clerks.


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At the Movies: Capsule Reviews (AP)
AP - Capsule reviews of films opening this week:

'Da Vinci Code' Book a Hard Act to Follow (AP)
This July 2005 photo, supplied by Sony Pictures, shows Audrey Tautou and Tom Hanks  outside Paris' Louvre Museum in a scene from Columbia Pictures' 'The Da Vinci Code.' The film, criticized by many reviewers as dull, is just the latest proof that a book that keeps you turning the pages late at night won't necessarily keep you awake in the theater. (AP Photo/Sony Pictures, Simon Mein)AP - The book, while hardly high culture, keeps the heart racing. The film, most critics agree, is more like a tranquilizer shot. "The Da Vinci Code" is just the latest proof that what keeps you turning pages late at night won't necessarily keep you awake in the theater.


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Hooker estate, in hard times, licenses catalog (Reuters)
Reuters - John Lee Hooker could not read or write, according to his daughter, but the legendary Delta bluesman's estate is hoping to educate a new legion of fans about his 50-year musical legacy.

Dixie Chicks don't stick at country radio (Reuters)
Musicians (L-R) Emily Robison, Natalie Maines and Martie Maguire of the group The Dixie Chicks are seen in New York May 8, 2006. Disappointing airplay for the first two singles from the new album by the Dixie Chicks exposes a deep -- and seemingly growing -- rift between the trio and the country radio market that helped turn the group into superstars. (Keith Bedford/Reuters)Reuters - Disappointing airplay for the first two singles from the new album by the Dixie Chicks exposes a deep -- and seemingly growing -- rift between the trio and the country radio market that helped turn the group into superstars.


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Superman movie spawns cheeky soundtrack CD (Reuters)
Reuters - Although there is no official soundtrack for the upcoming "Superman Returns," Rhino Entertainment will release "Sounds of Superman" June 13.

Nick Lachey's breakup album a hit with fans (Reuters)
Nick Lachey poses as he arrives as a guest at the 12th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards in Los Angeles, California January 29, 2006. Lachey has released a new album titled 'What's Left of Me.' (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - They say that breaking up is hard to do, but apparently it can also be a marketing break, too.


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Veteran acts rush to end long absences (Reuters)
Reuters - Almost every day, it seems, a long-absent act announces that it is releasing its first album in eons.

Mali's Toure releasing posthumous album in July (Reuters)
Reuters - Posthumous albums often disappoint, generally being incomplete recordings that would never have emerged had the artist lived.

Snow Patrol on track for global success (Reuters)
Reuters - Scottish/Irish pop-rock act Snow Patrol clearly got most things right on its last album "Final Straw" -- barring the title. Rather than being the end of anything, it was the start of something big.

Norwegian pianist Andsnes looks back with new CD (Reuters)
Reuters - As evidenced by a highly praised North American spring tour, the technical dexterity, musical intelligence and emotive power of 36-year-old Norwegian pianist Leif Ove Andsnes is only continuing to grow.

A Latin reality star is finally born (Reuters)
Reuters - It is pretty much a given that any "American Idol" finalist will find some measure of fame.

Krauss producing Alan Jackson bluegrass record (Reuters)
Reuters - Alison Krauss is producing Alan Jackson's new album, a bluegrass set slated for release in September.

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