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Hilfiger 'Just Kept Smacking Me,' Axl Says (AP)
Axl Rose, lead singer for the band Guns N' Roses, shown here in a Maricopa Sheriffs booking photo after he was arrested Tuesday, Feb. 10, 1998 on a misdemeanor conduct charge for allegedly verbally abusing a security checkpoint employee at Sky Harbor Airport in Phoenix, Ariz. The rocker and designer Tommy Hilfiger capped a Thursday, May 18, 2006 evening out at a new club called The Plumm in Manhattan's Chelsea neighborhood with midnight fisticuffs. (AP Photo/handout)AP - It was a one-two encounter between Axl Rose and Tommy Hilfiger.


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'Da Vinci Code' Opening Beats Expectation (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 Da Vinci Code" banked an estimated $29 million at the box office on its first day in theaters, an industry official said Saturday, positioning the film to turn in the strongest opening weekend for any movie this year.


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'Baghdad ER' Shows Medics on Front Lines (AP)
This undated photo, released by HBO, shows a scene from the premium channel's documentary film 'Baghdad ER,' as medics carry Sgt. Todd Ingram on a stretcher.The documentary, which premieres on HBO at 8 p.m. EDT Sunday, profiles the doctors and nurses at the 86th Combat Support Hospital _ the U.S. Army's premier medical facility in Iraq. (AP Photo/HBO)AP - If there's hope to be found in the war in Iraq, "Baghdad ER" is a good place to look.


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Daughter of TV Bounty Hunter 'Dog' Dies (AP)
In this undated photo is Duane 'Dog' Chapman, star of A&E's cable television reality show 'Dog the Bounty Hunter,' and his longtime sidekick, Beth Smith, are seen at their bail bond shop in Honolulu. The couple are getting married in a sunset ceremony Saturday on the Big Island. The self-proclaimed world's best bounty hunter and Smith have been together for 16 years and have two children. (AP Photo/Duane Chapman)AP - A daughter of reality TV star Duane "Dog" Chapman was killed in a car accident a day before her father's wedding, a spokesman said Saturday.


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Al Gore Promotes Warming Movie in Cannes (AP)
Former Vice President of the United States Al Gore, right, and American director Davis Guggenheim speak during a press conference for the film 'An Inconvenient Truth,' at the 59th International film festival in Cannes, southern France, on Saturday, May 20, 2006. (AP Photo/Laurent Emmanuel)AP - The United States is emerging from a "bubble of unreality" about the problem of global warming, former Vice President Al Gore said Saturday at the Cannes Film Festival.


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Da Vinci Code breaks Italy box office records (Reuters)
Reuters - "The Da Vinci Code" has broken box office records in Roman Catholic Italy as tens of thousands of Italians ignored Vatican calls to boycott the film.

Tax bill offers relief to songwriters (Reuters)
Reuters - Songwriters with valuable catalogs may want to delay any sale until next year. A new law is likely to go into effect January 1 that may substantially reduce songwriters' federal tax liability.

Daughter of TV Bounty Hunter 'Dog' Dies (AP)
In this undated photo is Duane 'Dog' Chapman, star of A&E's cable television reality show 'Dog the Bounty Hunter,' and his longtime sidekick, Beth Smith, are seen at their bail bond shop in Honolulu. The couple are getting married in a sunset ceremony Saturday on the Big Island. The self-proclaimed world's best bounty hunter and Smith have been together for 16 years and have two children. (AP Photo/Duane Chapman)AP - A daughter of reality TV star Duane "Dog" Chapman was killed in a car accident a day before her father's wedding, a spokesman said Saturday.


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'Da Vinci Code' Opening Beats Expectation (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 Da Vinci Code" banked an estimated $29 million at the box office on its first day in theaters, an industry official said Saturday, positioning the film to turn in the strongest opening weekend for any movie this year.


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Richard Nixon lives again - in the opera world (Reuters)
Former U.S. President Richard M. Nixon gives his farewell speech to members of his cabinet and staff in the East Room of the White House, following his resignation August 9, 1974. (BM/JDP/Reuters)Reuters - A dozen years after his death and more than three decades after he left the White House in disgrace, Richard Nixon is alive as never before in the grand opera world, which can't seem to get enough of the him.


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Da Vinci Code breaks Italy box office records (Reuters)
Reuters - "The Da Vinci Code" has broken box office records in Roman Catholic Italy as tens of thousands of Italians ignored Vatican calls to boycott the film.

'Da Vinci Code' Opening Beats Expectation (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 Da Vinci Code" banked an estimated $29 million at the box office on its first day in theaters, an industry official said Saturday, positioning the film to turn in the strongest opening weekend for any movie this year.


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Al Gore Promotes Warming Movie in Cannes (AP)
Former Vice President of the United States Al Gore, right, and American director Davis Guggenheim speak during a press conference for the film 'An Inconvenient Truth,' at the 59th International film festival in Cannes, southern France, on Saturday, May 20, 2006. (AP Photo/Laurent Emmanuel)AP - The United States is emerging from a "bubble of unreality" about the problem of global warming, former Vice President Al Gore said Saturday at the Cannes Film Festival.


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New Von Trier Experiment Debuts at Cannes (AP)
From left, British actor Tony Curran, British director Andrea Arnold and British actress Kate Dickie are seen during a press conference for their film 'Red Road,' on Saturday, May 20, 2006, during the 59th International Cannes film festival in Cannes, southern France.  (AP Photo/Laurent Emmanuel)AP - Lars von Trier's new experimental follow-up to Dogma: Three directors each film a movie starring the same characters, played by the same actors, in the same location.


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Explicit 'Shortbus' Rides to Cannes Fest (AP)
From left, actress Lindsay Beamish, American director John Cameron Mitchell, actor Raphael Barker, actress Sook-Yin Lee, and actor Justin Bond pose during a photo call for the film 'Shortbus,' at the 59th International film festival in Cannes, southern France, on Saturday, May 20, 2006.  (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)AP - All orgasms in his latest film are real, boasts John Cameron Mitchell.


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Penelope Cruz keeps Hollywood at arm's length (Reuters)
Spanish actress Penelope Cruz arrives at the screening for Spanish director Pedro Almodovar's in-competition film 'Volver' at the 59th Cannes Film Festival May 19, 2006. (Vincent Kessler/Reuters)Reuters - Penelope Cruz, one of the few European actresses able to command major roles on both sides of the Atlantic, will always consider herself a Hollywood outsider.


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Film seeks to demystify sex by making it real (Reuters)
U.S. actor and director John Cameron Mitchell attends a photocall for his out of competition film 'Shortbus' at the 59th Cannes Film Festival May 20, 2006. (John Schults/Reuters)Reuters - In his provocative new film "Shortbus," U.S. director John Cameron Mitchell is seeking to demystify sex on screen by making it real.


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'Da Vinci' Theater Projector Lenses Stolen (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 - A movie theater was forced to close on the opening night of "The Da Vinci Code" after 20 projector lenses were stolen, but the manager said he did not think the theft was related to protests of the film.


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"Dreamgirls" casts spell over Cannes audience (Reuters)
Beyonce Knowles poses as she arrives for an event to promote her upcoming film 'Dreamgirls' at a screening in Cannes, France, May 19, 2006. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - "The Da Vinci Code" may have fizzled with critics at Cannes, but the second major Hollywood movie to sweep into the festival, "Dreamgirls," cast a spell over audiences that led to early Oscar buzz.


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British film shows life through a security camera (Reuters)
Director Andrea Arnold (L) and actress Kate Dickie attend a news conference for the director's in-competition film 'Red Road' at the 59th Cannes Film Festival May 20, 2006. (Vincent Kessler/Reuters)Reuters - Oscar-winning director Andrea Arnold examines life in a grim Glasgow housing estate through the all-seeing eye of the security camera in her first feature film "Red Road."


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Tax bill offers relief to songwriters (Reuters)
Reuters - Songwriters with valuable catalogs may want to delay any sale until next year. A new law is likely to go into effect January 1 that may substantially reduce songwriters' federal tax liability.

Finns 'Turn the Amps Up,' Win Eurovision (AP)
The group Lordi celebrate after their win in the Eurovision final at the Indoor Olympic stadium in Athens, early Sunday, May 21, 2006. Finland's Lordi took the first position of the Eurovision contest with the song ''Hard rock hallelujah''. (AP Photo/Petros Giannakouris)AP - There's a giant stadium, highly toned participants, intense rivalry and flag-waving fans from many nations.


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Hilfiger 'Just Kept Smacking Me,' Axl Says (AP)
Axl Rose, lead singer for the band Guns N' Roses, shown here in a Maricopa Sheriffs booking photo after he was arrested Tuesday, Feb. 10, 1998 on a misdemeanor conduct charge for allegedly verbally abusing a security checkpoint employee at Sky Harbor Airport in Phoenix, Ariz. The rocker and designer Tommy Hilfiger capped a Thursday, May 18, 2006 evening out at a new club called The Plumm in Manhattan's Chelsea neighborhood with midnight fisticuffs. (AP Photo/handout)AP - It was a one-two encounter between Axl Rose and Tommy Hilfiger.


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Sparks Triumphantly Return To Native L.A. (Yahoo! Music)
Yahoo! Music - Sparks, the brotherly duo of Ron and Russell Mael, are probably best known in America for "Cool Places," their 1983 hit duet with Jane Wiedlin of the Go-Go's.

Finland wins Eurovision song contest in Greece (Reuters)
A member of Lordi group from Finland celebrates after winning the 2006 Eurovision song contest in Athens Olympic indoor arena May 20, 2006. Finland won the contest ahead of Russia, which took the second place, and Bosnia Herzegovina, which finished third. (Yiorgos Karahalis/Reuters)Reuters - Finland was the surprise winner of the 51st Eurovision song contest on Saturday with the monster-themed rock band Lordi beating 23 other competitors.


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Toni Braxton launching a Vegas routine (Reuters)
Singer and six-time Grammy winner Toni Braxton poses for photos after a news conference at the Flamingo hotel-casino in Las Vegas on Friday, May 19, 2006. Braxton will take over as the headliner at the Flamingo hotel-casino on the Las Vegas Strip in August, replacing longtime crooner Wayne Newton whose run wraps up July 1.   (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)Reuters - Toni Braxton will follow in the footsteps of Celine Dion and Elton John by establishing a residency in Las Vegas. "Toni Braxton: Revealed" will open August 3 at Harrah's Entertainment's Flamingo resort and will run six days each week.


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Bono: Africa Must Work to Stop Malaria (AP)
U2's lead singer Bono, second left, observes the weaving process of an insecticide treated net that fights malaria at the A to Z Textile Mills factory in Arusha, Tanzania on Saturday May 20, 2006 in the only factory in Africa, manufacturing such nets. The 46-year-old Irish rocker, who has long complained that Africa's problems get little attention in the news, is on a 10-day tour of Africa that's already taken him to South Africa, Rwanda and Lesotho. He also planned stops in Nigeria, Mali and Ghana.  (Ap Photo/Sukhdev Chhatbar)AP - Bono said Saturday that Africa must keep working to stop malaria, which kills more than 1 million people a year — many of them young children on the continent.


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Freddie and the Dreamers singer dies (Reuters)
Reuters - Freddie Garrity, the lead singer of the 1960s pop band Freddie and the Dreamers, has died in hospital at the age of 69, his spokesman said on Saturday.

8-Foot-Tall Statue of Bob Wills Vandalized (AP)
AP - Vandals toppled a wooden statue of the King of Western Swing. Now he has to wear a sling.

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.

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