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Usher helps clean up New Orleans school (AP)
Five-time Grammy winning R&B artist Usher helps to clean up a New Orleans school damaged by Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans Tuesday June 13, 2006.  Usher, whose full name is Usher Raymond IV, joined dozens of volunteers clearing the overgrown yard of the International School of Louisiana, the state's first foreign language-based charter school which was damaged by Katrina. (AP Photo/Bill Haber)AP - Five-time Grammy winning R&B artist Usher pulled on some work gloves, grabbed a pair of trimmers and chopped away at a patch of vines that had overtaken a fence at a New Orleans school shuttered by Hurricane Katrina.


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Korn lead singer has a blood disorder (AP)
Jonathan Davis from the band KORN is seen front row at the JOEY and T Spring 2004 Collection during Mercedes Benz LA Fashion Week, Thursday, October 31, 2003 in Los Angeles, California. Korn canceled the rest of the international leg of its tour because lead singer Jonathan Davis was hospitalized, suffering a blood disorder. 'The doctors have determined that this was an isolated incident and that after a few weeks my recovery will be complete. I will be ready to rock on the Family Values Tour this summer,' the 35-year-old Davis, who was released from a London hospital after four days of treatment, said Tuesday, June 13, 2006. (AP Photo/Jennifer Graylock)AP - Korn canceled the rest of the international leg of its tour because lead singer Jonathan Davis was hospitalized, suffering a blood disorder.


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Paris Hilton says she enjoys being single (AP)
Paris Hilton poses for photographers  in this April 29, 2006, file photo in the Austrian skiing resort of Ischgl. Hilton had a fender-bender accident when her Range Rover backed into a car in a parking garage after a shopping trip, her publicist said Friday, June 9, 2006. (AP Photo/Kerstin Joensson, file)AP - Paris Hilton says she's enjoying The Single Life. Hilton, who stars in E! Entertainment Television's "The Simple Life" opposite ex-friend Nicole Richie, told "Live With Regis and Kelly" on Tuesday that she's "single for the first time" in her life.


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ABC News anchor Woodruff visits newsroom (AP)
This photo provided by ABC News shows newsman  Bob Woodruff, center, visiting ABC News in New York, Tuesday, June 13, 2006. Woodruff paid his first visit to the network's New York newsroom since he was seriously hurt by a roadside bomb in Iraq on Jan. 29. (AP Photo/ABC,  Ida Mae Astute )AP - ABC News anchor Bob Woodruff on Tuesday paid his first visit to the network's New York newsroom since he was seriously hurt by a roadside bomb in Iraq on Jan. 29.


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"Flashdance" Studio, J.Lo in the Clear (E! Online)
If Flashdance had not been made in 1983, few people would 
 ever have had the chance to use the words 'welder' and 'dancer' in the 
 same sentence to describe one woman, and Jennifer Lopez wouldn't have 
 had a built-in motif for her 2003 'I'm Glad' video.E! Online - If Flashdance had not been made in 1983, few people would ever have had the chance to use the words "welder" and "dancer" in the same sentence to describe one woman, and Jennifer Lopez wouldn't have had a built-in motif for her 2003 "I'm Glad" video.


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Bollywood makes its own Lolita (Reuters)
Bollywood icon Amitabh Bachchan speaks at a news conference in Mumbai April 19, 2006. Bachchan has finished shooting for a film about the obsessive love of an old man for a teenage girl, a story the director says was not inspired by the controversial 1955 novel 'Lolita'. (Adeel Halim/Reuters)Reuters - Bollywood icon Amitabh Bachchan has finished shooting for a film about the obsessive love of an old man for a teenage girl, a story the director says was not inspired by the controversial 1955 novel "Lolita."


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Original Beach Boys members reunite (AP)
AP - The surviving founders of the Beach Boys — Brian Wilson, Mike Love and Al Jardine — made their first public appearance together in 10 years Tuesday, standing atop the historic Capitol Records building in Hollywood.

Former ABC anchor Woodruff visits newsroom (Reuters)
Former ABC news anchor Bob Woodruff attends the Television Critics Association press tour in Pasadena, January 21, 2006. Woodruff, who was severely injured in January while covering the war in Iraq, made a surprise visit to ABC's newsroom on Tuesday for his first trip back to his workplace since being hurt. (Chris Pizzello/Reuters)Reuters - Former ABC news anchor Bob Woodruff, who was severely injured in January while covering the war in Iraq, made a surprise visit to ABC's newsroom on Tuesday for his first trip back to his workplace since being hurt.


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AT&T backs TV multicasts, ahead of likely FCC move (Reuters)
The AT and T logo is seen on the company's headquarters in San Antonio in an undated file photo. AT and T Inc., the No. 1 U.S. telephone company which is expanding into video, is willing to carry extra channels television broadcasters plan to offer and is in talks to do so, a senior company executive told Reuters on Tuesday. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - AT&T Inc., the No. 1 U.S. telephone company which is expanding into video, is willing to carry extra channels television broadcasters plan to offer and is in talks to do so, a senior company executive told Reuters on Tuesday.


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English Rugby plays proves a comedic scrum (Reuters)
Reuters - Football with a round ball is the focus of attention right now, but in 2003 all English eyes were on Jonny Wilkinson, who kicked England to Rugby Union World Cup victory.

Bollywood makes its own Lolita (Reuters)
Bollywood icon Amitabh Bachchan speaks at a news conference in Mumbai April 19, 2006. Bachchan has finished shooting for a film about the obsessive love of an old man for a teenage girl, a story the director says was not inspired by the controversial 1955 novel 'Lolita'. (Adeel Halim/Reuters)Reuters - Bollywood icon Amitabh Bachchan has finished shooting for a film about the obsessive love of an old man for a teenage girl, a story the director says was not inspired by the controversial 1955 novel "Lolita."


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Eminem to return to big screen in Western (AP)
AP - Eminem will return to the big screen in an updated version of the television Western "Have Gun — Will Travel."

NYC ends parking permits for film scouts (AP)
AP - Film scouts trolling New York City for its picturesque stoops and street corners won't be free to park wherever they want now that officials are halting a special parking-permit program.

"Flashdance" Studio, J.Lo in the Clear (E! Online)
If Flashdance had not been made in 1983, few people would 
 ever have had the chance to use the words 'welder' and 'dancer' in the 
 same sentence to describe one woman, and Jennifer Lopez wouldn't have 
 had a built-in motif for her 2003 'I'm Glad' video.E! Online - If Flashdance had not been made in 1983, few people would ever have had the chance to use the words "welder" and "dancer" in the same sentence to describe one woman, and Jennifer Lopez wouldn't have had a built-in motif for her 2003 "I'm Glad" video.


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Chamberlain enjoys switch to bad-guy role (AP)
AP - Richard Chamberlain, a fan favorite playing handsome leading men such as Dr. Kildare and Father Ralph in "The Thorn Birds," is relishing his switch to evildoer in his latest project.

Eminem Goes "Gun" Crazy (E! Online)
Semi-retired from rapping, Eminem is targeting a return to 
 acting.E! Online - Semi-retired from rapping, Eminem is targeting a return to acting.


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Burton, Carrey Can't "Believe It" (E! Online)
Like it or not, Tim Burton and Jim Carrey's Believe It or 
 Not project has been put on hold.E! Online - Like it or not, Tim Burton and Jim Carrey's Believe It or Not project has been put on hold.


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Jolie-Pitt baby sets off fashion fever (AP)
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie pose with Namibian First Lady Penexupifo Pohamba after a press conference held for the Namibian press exclusively in a hotel in the Namibian city of Swakopmund Wednesday June 7 2006. It was the couple's first public appearance since Shiloh Nouvel Jolie-Pitt was born May 27 at a private clinic in Walvis Bay. (AP Photo, FILE)AP - Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's baby has made what may be her first fashion statement, appearing on the cover of People magazine in a $42 T-shirt sold by a Denver boutique — and triggering a tidal wave of orders.


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Olivia de Havilland getting rare tribute (AP)
Legendary actress Olivia de Havilland, the last surviving star of 'Gone with the Wind,' and two-time winner of the Oscar as best actress, poses for a photo Thursday, June 8, 2006, in Malibu, Calif. De Havilland will receive a rare 'tribute' from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences on June 15, that will feature film clips of her long career, accompanied by her own remembrances. (AP Photo/Reed Saxon)AP - Olivia de Havilland, the last surviving star of the 1939 classic "Gone with the Wind" and two-time winner of the Oscar as best actress, will receive another accolade Thursday evening — a rare tribute from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.


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Part of 'Dallas' to be filmed in Dallas (AP)
AP - At least part of the movie version of "Dallas" will be filmed in its namesake city.

Original Beach Boys members reunite (AP)
AP - The surviving founders of the Beach Boys — Brian Wilson, Mike Love and Al Jardine — made their first public appearance together in 10 years Tuesday, standing atop the historic Capitol Records building in Hollywood.

Usher helps clean up New Orleans school (AP)
Five-time Grammy winning R&B artist Usher helps to clean up a New Orleans school damaged by Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans Tuesday June 13, 2006.  Usher, whose full name is Usher Raymond IV, joined dozens of volunteers clearing the overgrown yard of the International School of Louisiana, the state's first foreign language-based charter school which was damaged by Katrina. (AP Photo/Bill Haber)AP - Five-time Grammy winning R&B artist Usher pulled on some work gloves, grabbed a pair of trimmers and chopped away at a patch of vines that had overtaken a fence at a New Orleans school shuttered by Hurricane Katrina.


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Dylan surveys "Modern Times" on new album (Reuters)
Bob Dylan performs at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, April 28, 2006. Dylan will end a five-year hiatus from the studio later this summer with his 44th album, 'Modern Times,' a 10-track set recorded earlier this year with his touring band. (Lee Celano/Reuters)Reuters - Bob Dylan will end a five-year hiatus from the studio later this summer with his 44th album, "Modern Times," a 10-track set recorded earlier this year with his touring band.


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Korn frontman Davis released from hospital (Reuters)
Korn frontman Jonathan Davis performs during the Metalway Festival in northern Spain, August 13, 2005. Korn has been forced to cancel its European tour due to an unspecified illness suffered by Davis, who was hospitalized in London over the weekend. (Vincent West/Reuters)Reuters - Korn frontman Jonathan Davis has been released from a London hospital, where he has been treated over the past four days for the blood ailment immune thrombocytopenic purpura.


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Founding Beach Boys reunite (Reuters)
(L-R) Surviving Beach Boys members Brian Wilson, David Marks, Bruce Johnston, Al Jardine and Mike Love appear together for the first time in ten years on the rooftop of Capitol Records in Los Angeles, June 13, 2006. (Chris Pizzello/Reuters)Reuters - Three of the original Beach Boys appeared together in public for the first time in a decade on Tuesday to toast their musical legacy and hinted at the possibility of a reunion performance.


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Korn lead singer has a blood disorder (AP)
Jonathan Davis from the band KORN is seen front row at the JOEY and T Spring 2004 Collection during Mercedes Benz LA Fashion Week, Thursday, October 31, 2003 in Los Angeles, California. Korn canceled the rest of the international leg of its tour because lead singer Jonathan Davis was hospitalized, suffering a blood disorder. 'The doctors have determined that this was an isolated incident and that after a few weeks my recovery will be complete. I will be ready to rock on the Family Values Tour this summer,' the 35-year-old Davis, who was released from a London hospital after four days of treatment, said Tuesday, June 13, 2006. (AP Photo/Jennifer Graylock)AP - Korn canceled the rest of the international leg of its tour because lead singer Jonathan Davis was hospitalized, suffering a blood disorder.


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Dylan Gets "Modern" (E! Online)
Forty-plus years after tweaking folkies by going electric at the 
 Newport Folk Festival, Bob Dylan's going Modern again.E! Online - Forty-plus years after tweaking folkies by going electric at the Newport Folk Festival, Bob Dylan's going Modern again.


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Janet Jackson's new single out Monday (AP)
Musician Janet Jackson arrives to the cocktail party in celebration of the Cartier charity love bracelet at the Cartier mansion on Fifth Avenue, Thursday, June 8, 2006, in New York. (AP Photo/Dima Gavrysh)AP - Fans have been seeing a lot of the newly trim Janet Jackson lately. Starting Monday, they'll be able to hear what the superstar has been working on in the studio.


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New Bob Dylan album due in August (AP)
Bob Dylan performs during the 2006 New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival in New Orleans on April 28, 2006. Dylan's new album, 'Modern Times,' to be released Aug. 29, features 10 original songs recorded by Dylan and his touring band, Columbia Records said in a statement Monday, June 12, 2006.(AP Photo/Jeff Christensen)AP - Bob Dylan's new album, "Modern Times," to be released Aug. 29, features 10 original songs recorded by the singer-songwriter and his touring band.


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Korn Kancels Euro Tour (E! Online)
Korn's summer harvest may have ended before it could even begin, 
 but at least ailing frontman Jonathan Davis is on the mend.E! Online - Korn's summer harvest may have ended before it could even begin, but at least ailing frontman Jonathan Davis is on the mend.


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