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Some women disappointed in ABC's Vargas (AP)
Elizabeth Vargas smiles before a news conference announcing that she and Bob Woodruff will co-anchor ABC  'World News Tonight,' and replace the late Peter Jennings, in a Monday, Dec. 5, 2005 file photo, in New York. ABC appointed Charles Gibson on May 23 to replace Vargas as anchor of its 'World News Tonight' evening newscast. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)AP - Like so many women, Suzanne Holstein, a schoolteacher and mother of two, has had her struggles balancing motherhood and career. So she was sympathetic when she heard that ABC anchor Elizabeth Vargas, a woman she admires, was stepping down from her prestigious evening-news perch to focus on her growing family.


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Woman claims Flynt's dog attacked her (AP)
AP - A woman is suing Hustler magazine publisher Larry Flynt and his wife, Elizabeth, alleging their dog "viciously attacked" her as she jogged in front of the couple's Hollywood Hills home.

Penelope Cruz, Matthew McConaughey split (AP)
Actors Penelope Cruz, left, and Matthew McConaughey pose for photographers in this April 20, 2005, file photo taken in Tokyo. McConaughey and Cruz have decided to end their relationship, Cruz spokesman Robert Garlock and McConaughey representative Alan Nierob, said Friday, June 2, 2006. (AP Photo/Shuji Kajiyama, File)AP - The "sexiest man alive" is available again. Matthew McConaughey and Penelope Cruz "have decided to split," Cruz spokesman Robert Garlock told The Associated Press Friday. McConaughey's rep, Alan Nierob, confirmed the breakup, first reported by People magazine.


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Presley to speak at new drug rehab center (AP)
Priscilla Presley waves to fans in Sydney, Australia, Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2006. Presley plans to speak at the opening of a drug rehabilitation center in Michigan on Saturday June 3, 2006. Presley will help inaugurate the 120-bed Narconon Stone Hawk East residential center in Albion, Mich., spokesman Greg LaClaire told The Associated Press on Friday. (AP Photo/Rob Griffith)AP - Priscilla Presley plans to speak at the opening of a drug rehabilitation center in Michigan on Saturday.


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Kanye West, Ludacris win copyright trial (AP)
Rapper Ludacris, whose real name is Chris Bridges, exits Manhattan federal court during a lunch break in his trial, in this Thursday, May 25, 2006 file photo, in New York. Top-selling rappers Kanye West and Ludacris won a copyright infringement trial Thursday, June 1, 2006 when a jury concluded their 2003 hit 'Stand Up' did not copy a tune by New Jersey musicians. (AP Photo/ Louis Lanzano)AP - Top-selling rappers Kanye West and Ludacris won a copyright infringement trial Thursday when a jury concluded their 2003 hit "Stand Up" did not copy a tune by New Jersey musicians.


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7 of India's 29 states ban 'Da Vinci Code' (AP)
A man mops up inside a theater near a sign promoting the upcoming film 'The Da Vinci Code'on May 17, 2006. India's northern state of Punjab banned the release of the controversial movie 'The Da Vinci Code', fearing violence by Christians opposed to the film, officials said on Friday. REUTERS/Joseph AgcaoiliAP - Seven of India's 29 states have banned "The Da Vinci Code," with officials in the southern state of Andhra Pradesh saying Friday the movie was insulting to Christians.


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LL Cool J, Bill Withers to be honored (AP)
AP - Rapper LL Cool J and R&B crooner Bill Withers will be honored for their musical contributions by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers, the organization announced Friday.

"The Sopranos'" Second-to-Last Swan Song (E! Online)
Since 
 the approach of The Sopranos' season finale once again means that 
 the series is signing off for the rest of the calendar year, we can only 
 hope that our hour-long visit with New Jersey's finest this weekend 
 packs enough in to tide us over until January.E! Online - Since the approach of The Sopranos' season finale once again means that the series is signing off for the rest of the calendar year, we can only hope that our hour-long visit with New Jersey's finest this weekend packs enough in to tide us over until January.


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Clear Channel sued over concert competition (Reuters)
Reuters - Clear Channel Communications Inc., the No. 1 U.S. radio broadcaster, was accused in a lawsuit on Friday of violating federal anti-trust laws by curtailing concert competition and jacking up ticket prices.

Golijov's opera on Garcia Lorca proves a hit (Reuters)
Reuters - At first blush, a new opera meditating on the life and death of Spanish poet/playwright Federico Garcia Lorca seems an unlikely choice to be a chart hit. But Osvaldo Golijov's "Ainadamar" is precisely that.

7 of India's 29 states ban 'Da Vinci Code' (AP)
A man mops up inside a theater near a sign promoting the upcoming film 'The Da Vinci Code'on May 17, 2006. India's northern state of Punjab banned the release of the controversial movie 'The Da Vinci Code', fearing violence by Christians opposed to the film, officials said on Friday. REUTERS/Joseph AgcaoiliAP - Seven of India's 29 states have banned "The Da Vinci Code," with officials in the southern state of Andhra Pradesh saying Friday the movie was insulting to Christians.


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Penelope Cruz, Matthew McConaughey split (AP)
Actors Penelope Cruz, left, and Matthew McConaughey pose for photographers in this April 20, 2005, file photo taken in Tokyo. McConaughey and Cruz have decided to end their relationship, Cruz spokesman Robert Garlock and McConaughey representative Alan Nierob, said Friday, June 2, 2006. (AP Photo/Shuji Kajiyama, File)AP - The "sexiest man alive" is available again. Matthew McConaughey and Penelope Cruz "have decided to split," Cruz spokesman Robert Garlock told The Associated Press Friday. McConaughey's rep, Alan Nierob, confirmed the breakup, first reported by People magazine.


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'Break-Up' was right for Jennifer Aniston (AP)
Jennifer Aniston arrives at 'The Break-Up' World Premiere held at Mann Village Westwood in a May 22, 2006 file photo, in Westwood, Ca. Aniston said working on the film `The Break-Up'  during the breakup of her marriage to Brad Pitt wasn't all bad. (AP Photo / Luis Martinez)AP - Jennifer Aniston had a laugh when she got a call about "The Break-Up." Funny enough, she had some firsthand experience on the topic.


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At the Movies: `The Omen' (AP)
Liev Schreiber, left, and Naomi Watts pose for photographers as they arrive for a special screening of 'The Omen' in New York, Wednesday May 31, 2006. (AP Photo/Tina Fineberg)AP - All remakes are needless, but this update of "The Omen" is especially so.


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

YouTube upgrade turns one-hit wonders into stars (Reuters)
A screenshot of YouTube.com, taken on June 2, 2006. YouTube unveiled a major upgrade of its Web site on Friday that will transform how millions of YouTube fans find videos by encouraging them to subscribe to channels that focus on the latest work of favorite artists or topical themes. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - YouTube unveiled a major upgrade of its Web site on Friday that will transform how millions of YouTube fans find videos by encouraging them to subscribe to channels that focus on the latest work of favorite artists or topical themes.


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Hollywood, retailers eye movie download kiosks (Reuters)
Reuters - In a bid to preserve shelf space and fight slowing DVD sales, major retailers including Wal-Mart Stores Inc. have held talks with Hollywood's studios to develop kiosks where consumers can copy movies and TV shows onto DVDs and devices, industry executives said.

"Superman" Flying Early (E! Online)
Warner Bros. has 
 moved up the global release date for Superman Returns, director 
 Bryan Singer's hotly anticipated re-imagining of the Man of Steel, from 
 Friday, June 30 to Wednesday, June 28 to boost the blockbuster's chances 
 at the box office over the Fourth of July holiday, the studio confirmed 
 Wednesday.E! Online - Warner Bros. has moved up the global release date for Superman Returns, director Bryan Singer's hotly anticipated re-imagining of the Man of Steel, from Friday, June 30 to Wednesday, June 28 to boost the blockbuster's chances at the box office over the Fourth of July holiday, the studio confirmed Wednesday.


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In Japan, Mona Lisa's voice finally heard (AP)
A man takes a photograph of The Mona Lisa painting, behind a protective glass, in the Louvre museum in Paris Monday April 26, 2004. (AP Photo/Amel Pain, FILE)AP - The Mona Lisa may hide many secrets behind her enigmatic smile, but the sound of her voice may no longer be one of them, thanks to the work of a Japanese forensics expert.


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DVD buzz: Embrace change (Reuters)
Blu-Ray DVDs are seen in Tokyo, April 21, 2006. The reports of DVD's death are exaggerated, but the business is entering a period of transition as two high-definition formats hit the market and digital downloading makes strides. (Toshiyuki Aizawa/Reuters)Reuters - The reports of DVD's death are exaggerated, but the business is entering a period of transition as two high-definition formats hit the market and digital downloading makes strides.


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LL Cool J, Bill Withers to be honored (AP)
AP - Rapper LL Cool J and R&B crooner Bill Withers will be honored for their musical contributions by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers, the organization announced Friday.

Stones European Tour Back On (E! Online)
Temporarily 
 postponed after guitarist Keith Richards accidentally injured his head 
 in a fall while on holiday in Fiji, the Rolling Stones'  A Bigger Bang 
 trek is starting up again with a newly revamped schedule that will take 
 the World's Greatest Rock and Roll Band to over 11 European countries.E! Online - Temporarily postponed after guitarist Keith Richards accidentally injured his head in a fall while on holiday in Fiji, the Rolling Stones' A Bigger Bang trek is starting up again with a newly revamped schedule that will take the World's Greatest Rock and Roll Band to over 11 European countries.


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Uri Geller's Elvis museum plan dealt setback (Reuters)
A photograph of the late singer and actor Elvis Presley is framed by Oscars at MGM's office in Los Angeles, March 8, 2006. Uri Geller's dream of turning the first home Elvis Presley owned into a museum dedicated to the paranormal has been dealt a setback nearly as bizarre as the spoon-bending trick that made the Israeli-born psychic famous. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - Uri Geller's dream of turning the first home Elvis Presley owned into a museum dedicated to the paranormal has been dealt a setback nearly as bizarre as the spoon-bending trick that made the Israeli-born psychic famous.


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Fans of mobile music can test-drive the iCar (Reuters)
Reuters - While the popularity of automotive iPod integration kits has soared, Corgi International may have gotten the wrong idea.

Clear Channel sued over concert competition (Reuters)
Reuters - Clear Channel Communications Inc., the No. 1 U.S. radio broadcaster, was accused in a lawsuit on Friday of violating federal anti-trust laws by curtailing concert competition and jacking up ticket prices.

Zombies ready to attack the States (Reuters)
Reuters - The Zombies are very much alive.

Montreal jazz festival unveils lineup (AP)
Paul Simon performs at the 2006 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival in New Orleans, in this May 6, 2006 file photo. Simon is among the stars slated to perform at the 27th Annual Festival International de Jazz de Montreal beginning June 28.  (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)AP - Paul Simon, B.B King, Tony Bennett, Elvis Costello and Etta James are among the stars slated to perform at the 27th Annual Festival International de Jazz de Montreal.


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Viral video sharing is new headache for music biz (Reuters)
Reuters - As the recording industry tries to block file trading of songs across peer-to-peer networks, blogs and other viral distribution channels, the major labels suddenly have a whole new piracy concern: music videos.

Dixie Chicks score big sales but for how "Long?" (Reuters)
Reuters - When an act's forthcoming release draws attention from "60 Minutes" and the cover of Time, you know you have more than an everyday album on your hands. Indeed, Dixie Chicks' "Taking the Long Way" is a big deal, selling 526,000 copies in its first week.

Golijov's opera on Garcia Lorca proves a hit (Reuters)
Reuters - At first blush, a new opera meditating on the life and death of Spanish poet/playwright Federico Garcia Lorca seems an unlikely choice to be a chart hit. But Osvaldo Golijov's "Ainadamar" is precisely that.

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