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It's a baby girl for Brangelina (AP)
Actress Angelina Jolie, right, and actor Brad Pitt visit the Immaculate Conception School, in Port au Prince, Haiti,  Jan. 13, 2006.(AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)AP - Thousands of miles from Hollywood but still within easy reach of celebrity hype, Angelina Jolie gave birth to Brad Pitt's daughter Saturday in Africa, Pitt's publicist announced.


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Jackson in 1st appearance since acquittal (AP)
Michael Jackson, right, and Japanese personality  Masami Hisamoto acknowledge to cheers from Japanese fans after the U.S. entertainer received a Legend Award at the  MTV Music Awards Japan 2006 in Tokyo Saturday May 27, 2006. (AP Photo/David Guttenfelder)AP - Michael Jackson made his first public appearance since being acquitted on child molestation charges, choking up as he thanked Japanese fans at an award ceremony Saturday.


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Town teed off by Trump golf course changes (AP)
Donald Trump holds a driver on the 11th green of his Ocean Trails Golf Club in Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif., in this Saturday, Nov. 9, 2002 file photo. Officials in the Westchester County village of Briarcliff Manor, N.Y. are 'teed off' over changes being made at Donald Trump's golf course. The village issued a stop-work order on revisions to the 12th hole at Trump National in April, and followed in May 2006 with a notice of violation. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)AP - Officials in this Westchester County village are "teed off" over changes being made at Donald Trump's golf course.


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Latin American directors cause Cannes stir (AP)
From right, writer Claudio Tamburrini, screen writer Guillermo Fernandez, actor Pablo Echarri, director Israel Adrian Caetano, and actor Rodrigo De la Serna pose during the photo call for the film 'Cronica de Una Fuga,' at the 59th International film festival in Cannes, southern France, on Saturday, May 27, 2006.  (AP Photo/Jeff Christensen)AP - Two films from Latin America caused a last-minute stir at the Cannes Film Festival — one a riveting tale of escape from a secret Argentine prison and the other a terrifying, bloody fairy tale.


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American Opera bids farewell to Caldwell (AP)
An audience listens to a homily during a memorial service for Sarah Caldwell, founder and artistic director of the Opera Company of Boston, Saturday, May 27, 2006, at Trinity Church in Boston. (AP Photo/Lisa Poole)AP - American Opera said goodbye to its first lady on Saturday, exalting Sarah Caldwell in prayer and song in a tribute fit for a musical giant.


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Guessing game on in Cannes film festival countdown (Reuters)
Reuters - The guessing game will soon be over at the Cannes film festival, with the award ceremony late on Sunday finally confirming which out of 20 main competition entries will walk away with the coveted "Palme d'Or."

Rocker Springsteen takes political tone on tour (Reuters)
Reuters - Branching off from his rock'n' roll roots, Bruce Springsteen kicked off his summer U.S. tour on Saturday with songs made famous by folk musician and activist Pete Seeger and strong political overtones.

Town teed off by Trump golf course changes (AP)
Donald Trump holds a driver on the 11th green of his Ocean Trails Golf Club in Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif., in this Saturday, Nov. 9, 2002 file photo. Officials in the Westchester County village of Briarcliff Manor, N.Y. are 'teed off' over changes being made at Donald Trump's golf course. The village issued a stop-work order on revisions to the 12th hole at Trump National in April, and followed in May 2006 with a notice of violation. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)AP - Officials in this Westchester County village are "teed off" over changes being made at Donald Trump's golf course.


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FBI probes hacking incident at Us Weekly (AP)
AP - The FBI searched the home of a paparazzi agency's co-owner to determine whether someone tried to hack into the computers of the gossip magazine Us Weekly, it was reported Friday.

'The Pajama Game' Tony Nomtnee To Ready 'Cry-Baby' Musical in Reading (Playbill)
Playbill - Megan Lawrence, a Tony Award nominee for her turn in The Pajama Game, will be part of an upcoming reading for the new musical Cry-Baby.

Guessing game on in Cannes film festival countdown (Reuters)
Reuters - The guessing game will soon be over at the Cannes film festival, with the award ceremony late on Sunday finally confirming which out of 20 main competition entries will walk away with the coveted "Palme d'Or."

It's a baby girl for Brangelina (AP)
Angelina Jolie, left, and Brad Pitt attend the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, in this Thursday, Jan. 26, 2006 file photo.  Brad Pitt's publicist announced Saturday, May 27, 2006 that Angelina Jolie has given birth to the couple's child in Africa. (AP Photo/Keystone, Walter Bieri)AP - The baby has arrived — and no, they didn't name her Brangelina.


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Veteran film set designer Henry Bumstead dies (Reuters)
Reuters - Academy Award-winning set designer Henry Bumstead has died at age 91, the Los Angeles Times reported on Saturday.

Cannes jurors weed through competition (AP)
Chinese actor Simon Yam, right, and Chinese director Johnnie To pose during a photo call for the film 'Election 2,' at the 59th international Cannes film festival, southern France, Saturday, May 27, 2006. (AP Photo/Laurent Emmanuel)AP - A culture-clash drama, a quirky portrait of strong women, a harrowing imprisonment story, an unnerving fairy tale and a saga of unheralded World War II heroes are contending for top honors at the Cannes Film Festival.


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Latin American directors cause Cannes stir (AP)
From right, writer Claudio Tamburrini, screen writer Guillermo Fernandez, actor Pablo Echarri, director Israel Adrian Caetano, and actor Rodrigo De la Serna pose during the photo call for the film 'Cronica de Una Fuga,' at the 59th International film festival in Cannes, southern France, on Saturday, May 27, 2006.  (AP Photo/Jeff Christensen)AP - Two films from Latin America caused a last-minute stir at the Cannes Film Festival — one a riveting tale of escape from a secret Argentine prison and the other a terrifying, bloody fairy tale.


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Dictatorship films in Cannes, fantasy and fact (Reuters)
Mexican director Guillermo Del Toro attends a news conference at the 59th Cannes Film Festival May 27, 2006. Del Toro presents 'Pan's Labyrinth', a dark and violent story of a young girl who escapes the cruelty of her stepfather, a soldier in Francisco Franco's army, by entering a parallel world of fairies, monsters and riddles. (Vincent Kessler/Reuters)Reuters - Two directors bring very different tales of dictatorship and state brutality to the screen in Cannes, one with a fantasy set in Franco's Spain and the other with a real-life tale of Argentina's military junta.


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Disney revs up for 'Cars' premiere (AP)
Director John Lasseter (R) arrives with his wife Nancy at the world premier of Disney Pixar's computer animated film 'Cars' at the Lowe's Motor Speedway in Charlotte, North Carolina, May 26, 2006.   REUTERS/Davis TurnerAP - The checkered flag met the red carpet. The roar of car engines moved from the black asphalt to the silver screen.


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France's African troops finally get some 'Glory' (Reuters)
Director Rachid Bouchareb (R) and cast member Jamel Debbouze (L) arrive with a war veteran for a screening of the director's in competition film 'Indigenes' (Days of Glory) at the 59th Cannes Film Festival May 25, 2006. (John Schults/Reuters)Reuters - With strong visuals and even stronger emotions, Rachid Bouchareb's "Days of Glory" makes a powerful war film about a particularly unique subject.


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Cannes brings working-class heroes to screens (Reuters)
Reuters - Two films at the Cannes film festival portray how a lack of jobs, money and social recognition in Europe can drive men to desperation.

Marie Antoinette's Mops is top dog in Cannes (Reuters)
'Mutley,' a Fox Terrier and President of the jury for the Palm Dog Awards 2006, poses at the annual awards ceremony during the 59th Cannes Film Festival May 26, 2006. The coveted prize for movies at Cannes may be the 'Palme d'Or', but for those films' canine casts the Palm Dog is the only award worth winning. Mops, a small French bulldog, was the winner this year in the parallel event to the main film competition that has become a regular offbeat fixture at the festival. (Eric Gaillard/Reuters)Reuters - The coveted prize for movies at Cannes may be the Palme d'Or, but for those films' canine casts, the Palm Dog is the only award worth winning.


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Rocker Springsteen takes political tone on tour (Reuters)
Reuters - Branching off from his rock'n' roll roots, Bruce Springsteen kicked off his summer U.S. tour on Saturday with songs made famous by folk musician and activist Pete Seeger and strong political overtones.

American Opera bids farewell to Caldwell (AP)
An audience listens to a homily during a memorial service for Sarah Caldwell, founder and artistic director of the Opera Company of Boston, Saturday, May 27, 2006, at Trinity Church in Boston. (AP Photo/Lisa Poole)AP - American Opera said goodbye to its first lady on Saturday, exalting Sarah Caldwell in prayer and song in a tribute fit for a musical giant.


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Fifty ways to rock the right way (Reuters)
Reuters - It may only be rock 'n' roll, the music born of anti-establishment rebels, but conservatives can like it too.

Jackson in 1st appearance since acquittal (AP)
Michael Jackson, right, and Japanese personality  Masami Hisamoto acknowledge to cheers from Japanese fans after the U.S. entertainer received a Legend Award at the  MTV Music Awards Japan 2006 in Tokyo Saturday May 27, 2006. (AP Photo/David Guttenfelder)AP - Michael Jackson made his first public appearance since being acquitted on child molestation charges, choking up as he thanked Japanese fans at an award ceremony Saturday.


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Correction: May 26 Stefani baby story (AP)
Gwen Stefani and her husband Gavin Rossdale arrive for the 48th Annual Grammy Awards in this Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2006 file photo, at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.  It's a boy for Stefani and Rossdale.   Kingston James McGregor Rossdale was born by Caesarean section Friday, May 26, 2006 at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, according to Us Weekly. The baby weighed 7 pounds.    (AP Photo/Chris Carlson, FILE)AP - In a May 26 story about Gwen Stefani having a baby, The Associated Press reported erroneously that Stefani spokesman Dave Tomberlin said the child was born by Caesarean section. Tomberlin said Stefani had the baby but did not say how it was delivered; Us Weekly had reported that Stefani had a Caesarean birth. A corrected version of the story appears below:


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Correction: Stefani baby story (AP)
AP - In a May 26 story about Gwen Stefani having a baby, The Associated Press reported erroneously that Stefani spokesman Dave Tomberlin said the child was born by Caesarean section. Tomberlin said Stefani had the baby but did not say how it was delivered; Us Weekly had reported that Stefani had a Caesarean birth.

Michael Jackson cheered in Tokyo in rare appearance (Reuters)
Michael Jackson waves to supporters as he leaves the Santa Barbara County Courthouse after he was found not guilty in Santa Maria, California June 13, 2005. Jackson plans to accept an entertainment award in Tokyo on Saturday in what will be his first public appearance since his acquittal on sex-abuse charges last year, his publicist said. (Gene Blevins sd/VP/Reuters)Reuters - Pop star Michael Jackson appeared in public in Tokyo on Saturday for the first time since his acquittal on sex-abuse charges last year, accepting a music award and thanking "all the people who believed in me."


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Gainsbourg interest surges with tribute album (Reuters)
Reuters - A huge star at home in France for more than four decades, singer-songwriter Serge Gainsbourg never enjoyed major sales overseas. But 15 years after his death, the controversial French artist's work is the subject of renewed international attention.

Hitmaker Don Omar a reggaeton 'King' (Reuters)
Reuters - When it comes to hit efficiency, Puerto Rican reggaeton star Don Omar gets a lot of mileage.

New Orleans comes to Harlem for fund-raising concert (Reuters)
Reuters - The Jazz Foundation of America may have started as a homespun organization to help elderly jazz and blues musicians pay their rent and medical expenses, but the New York-based group has blossomed into a major force in the musical community's response to Hurricane Katrina's devastation in New Orleans.

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