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Jolie and new baby doing well in Namibia (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 - It looks like Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt got what every parent wants — a healthy baby.


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'Breakfast Club' principal Gleason dies (AP)
This undated handout photo provided by Bear Manor Media Publications, shows character actor Paul Gleason, who died of lung cancer Saturday, May 27, 2006, in Burbank, Calif. Gleason died of mesothelioma, a rare form of lung cancer, said his wife, Susan Gleason. He was 67.  (AP Photo/Bear Manor Media Publications, Annie Leibovitz, HO)AP - Paul Gleason, who played the go-to bad guy in "Trading Places" and the angry high school principal in "The Breakfast Club," has died. He was 67.


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'X-Men' has 4th-biggest opening in history (AP)
Halle Berry, Storm in the 'X-Men' film trilogy, waves to the audience of the  NBC 'Today' television program  in New York's Rockefeller Center, Friday morning May 26, 2006. She promoting ''X-Men: The Last Stand.'  (AP Photo/Richard Drew)AP - "X-Men: The Last Stand" stormed to an estimated $107 million three-day opening, the largest ever for Memorial Day weekend and the fourth-biggest in box office history.


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Film on Irish struggle wins at Cannes (AP)
British director Ken Loach poses with the Palme d'Or for his work on 'The Wind That Shakes the Barley,' following the awards ceremony at the 59th International film festival in Cannes, southern France, on Sunday, May 28, 2006.  (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)AP - British director Ken Loach's "The Wind That Shakes the Barley," a saga set amid Ireland's struggle for independence in the early 1920s, won top honors Sunday in an unanimous vote at the Cannes Film Festival.


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Couric leaving 'Today' after 15 years (AP)
Katie Couric, co-host of the NBC 'Today' television program, gets ready for a segment in New York's Rockefeller Center, Friday morning May 26, 2006. Leslie Moonves, the CEO of CBS Corp., told shareholders Thursday that he expected to see 'significant upside' in profit at CBS's news division from the appointment of Katie Couric as its new anchor in the fall. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)AP - Millions of Americans can scarcely remember a weekday where Katie Couric wasn't a part of their morning routine. Maybe the "Today" show was on in the background when they gathered their homework for school. Later, she was there when they gulped a quick cup of coffee before work. In a few years, they'd watch TV while feeding the baby and Couric was still there — a few hairstyles later.


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'Breakfast Club' principal Gleason dies (AP)
This undated handout photo provided by Bear Manor Media Publications, shows character actor Paul Gleason, who died of lung cancer Saturday, May 27, 2006, in Burbank, Calif. Gleason died of mesothelioma, a rare form of lung cancer, said his wife, Susan Gleason. He was 67.  (AP Photo/Bear Manor Media Publications, Annie Leibovitz, HO)AP - Paul Gleason, who played the go-to bad guy in "Trading Places" and the angry high school principal in "The Breakfast Club," has died. He was 67.


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Argentine rock band picks up the pieces after fatal fire (Reuters)
Reuters - On December 30, 2004, rock band Callejeros was involved in one of the worst concert tragedies in history when a fan threw a flare during a concert, setting the nightclub Republica Cromanon on fire and leaving 194 dead.

Couric leaving 'Today' after 15 years (AP)
Katie Couric, co-host of the NBC 'Today' television program, gets ready for a segment in New York's Rockefeller Center, Friday morning May 26, 2006. Leslie Moonves, the CEO of CBS Corp., told shareholders Thursday that he expected to see 'significant upside' in profit at CBS's news division from the appointment of Katie Couric as its new anchor in the fall. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)AP - Millions of Americans can scarcely remember a weekday where Katie Couric wasn't a part of their morning routine. Maybe the "Today" show was on in the background when they gathered their homework for school. Later, she was there when they gulped a quick cup of coffee before work. In a few years, they'd watch TV while feeding the baby and Couric was still there — a few hairstyles later.


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Digital music finds some locker room (Reuters)
Reuters - The digital music battle of the future may not be over where music is purchased, but where and how it is stored.

'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.

'Breakfast Club' principal Gleason dies (AP)
This undated handout photo provided by Bear Manor Media Publications, shows character actor Paul Gleason, who died of lung cancer Saturday, May 27, 2006, in Burbank, Calif. Gleason died of mesothelioma, a rare form of lung cancer, said his wife, Susan Gleason. He was 67.  (AP Photo/Bear Manor Media Publications, Annie Leibovitz, HO)AP - Paul Gleason, who played the go-to bad guy in "Trading Places" and the angry high school principal in "The Breakfast Club," has died. He was 67.


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Jolie and new baby doing well in Namibia (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 - It looks like Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt got what every parent wants — a healthy baby.


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'X-Men' has 4th-biggest opening in history (AP)
Halle Berry, Storm in the 'X-Men' film trilogy, waves to the audience of the  NBC 'Today' television program  in New York's Rockefeller Center, Friday morning May 26, 2006. She promoting ''X-Men: The Last Stand.'  (AP Photo/Richard Drew)AP - "X-Men: The Last Stand" stormed to an estimated $107 million three-day opening, the largest ever for Memorial Day weekend and the fourth-biggest in box office history.


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Film on Irish struggle wins at Cannes (AP)
British director Ken Loach poses with the Palme d'Or for his work on 'The Wind That Shakes the Barley,' following the awards ceremony at the 59th International film festival in Cannes, southern France, on Sunday, May 28, 2006.  (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)AP - British director Ken Loach's "The Wind That Shakes the Barley," a saga set amid Ireland's struggle for independence in the early 1920s, won top honors Sunday in an unanimous vote at the Cannes Film Festival.


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Ken Loach's Irish war film wins top Cannes prize (Reuters)
Director Ken Loach holds the Palme d'Or award for his film 'The Wind That Shakes The Barley' during the awards ceremony at the 59th Cannes Film Festival May 28, 2006. (Eric Gaillard/Reuters)Reuters - British director Ken Loach won the "Palme d'Or" at the Cannes festival on Sunday for his Irish civil war film "The Wind That Shakes The Barley," and called the award a triumph for political cinema.


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"X-Men" cracks "Da Vinci Code" at box office (Reuters)
Reuters - The final film in the "X-Men" superhero trilogy blew past last weekend's box office champ, "The Da Vinci Code," to post the fourth-highest all-time opening in North America, according to studio estimates issued on Sunday.

Wong: Zhang gives bold opinions at Cannes (AP)
Chinese actress Zhang Ziyi arrives for amfAR's Cinema Against AIDS 2006 event, during the 59th International Cannes film festival in Mougins, southern France, Thursday, May 25, 2006.  (AP Photo/Jeff Christensen)AP - She may be young, but Chinese actress Zhang Ziyi is not afraid to speak up about what she likes as a member of the Cannes Film Festival jury.


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Guessing game on in Cannes film festival countdown (Reuters)
A guest carries a poodle-shaped handbag during arrivals for Mexican director Guillermo Del Toro's in-competition film entry 'El Laberinto Del Fauno' at the 59th Cannes Film Festival May 27, 2006. (Eric Gaillard/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."


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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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Argentine rock band picks up the pieces after fatal fire (Reuters)
Reuters - On December 30, 2004, rock band Callejeros was involved in one of the worst concert tragedies in history when a fan threw a flare during a concert, setting the nightclub Republica Cromanon on fire and leaving 194 dead.

Bands, online brands win big with crafty contests (Reuters)
Reuters - Six months ago, the Parlour Boys were just a Lexington, Ky.-based bar band aspiring to a career in the music business. They had little more than talent, hope and a MySpace profile.

Montreux jazz fest founder looks back on 40 years (Reuters)
Reuters - The Montreux Jazz Festival, which celebrates its 40th anniversary this summer, has a remarkable history of presenting global superstars from throughout, and beyond, the world of traditional jazz.

Post-payola probe, radio sings new tune at summer fests (Reuters)
Reuters - In these days of increased scrutiny regarding the relationship between radio airplay and artists, the radio-show game has changed.

Brazilian guitar pioneer da Silva dies (AP)
AP - Horondino Jose da Silva

Michael Jackson visits Tokyo orphanage (AP)
Michael Jackson, center, hugs a child at an orphanage gymnasium  in Tokyo Sunday, May 28, 2006.  The U.S. entertainer visited an orphanage on Sunday in one of the pop star's first public appearances since his acquittal last June on child molestation charges in the United States. (AP Photo/Shuji Kajiyama)AP - Michael Jackson visited a Tokyo orphanage Sunday during his first round of public appearances since being acquitted of child molestation charges last year.


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'Yellow Ribbon' raises money for veterans (AP)
Singers Tony Orlando, center, with Telma Hopkins, left, and Joyce Vincent Wilson, also know as 'Tony Orlando and Dawn', wave from a convertible to spectators at the Hollywood Christmas Parade in Los Angeles on Sunday, Nov. 27, 2005. 'Tie a Yellow Ribbon' was not originally meant as a political statement, but Tony Orlando is running with it. On Memorial Day 2006, he is releasing a book called 'Tie a Yellow Ribbon' and donating proceeds to U.S. Vets, a group that finds homes for veterans. (AP Photo/Francis Specker)AP - "Tie a Yellow Ribbon" was not originally meant as a political statement, but Tony Orlando is running with it. This Memorial Day, he is releasing a book called "Tie a Yellow Ribbon" and donating proceeds to U.S. Vets, a group that finds homes for veterans.


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Small-town symphony flourishes in Mo. (AP)
Conductor Charles Ferguson steps on to the stage for a concert by the Marshall Philharmonic Orchestra  in Marshall, Mo., Sunday, April 30, 2006. (AP Photo/Orlin Wagner)AP - They come from towns better known for hog farms and meat packing plants than as fertile ground for musical virtuosos.


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George Strait ropes honorary TSU degree (AP)
Country music star George Strait performs at Cricket Pavilion in Phoenix, Ariz., Thursday, Jan. 23, 2003, during the fifth stop on his 21 city tour of the U.S. Country music superstar George Strait has roped an honorary degree. Strait was given an honorary doctorate of humane letters by his alma mater, Texas State University, in a private ceremony Friday, May 26, 2006. He graduated in 1979 with a bachelor's in agriculture. (AP Photo/Tom Hood)AP - Country music superstar George Strait has roped an honorary degree.


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Rocker Springsteen takes political tone on US tour (Reuters)
Bruce Springsteen (R) gestures to the crowd during a performance with the Seeger Sessions Band at the Tweeter Center in Mansfield, Massachusetts, May 27, 2006. Branching off from his rock'n' roll roots, Springsteen kicked off his summer U.S. tour with songs strong in political overtones. (William B. Plowman/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.


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