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'Pirates' sets 1-day box office record (AP)
U.S. actor Johnny Depp waves to fans prior to the screening for the French premiere of his latest movie 'Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest,' in Paris, Thursday July 6, 2006.  (AP Photo/Remy de la Mauviniere)AP - Move over Darth Vader. Captain Jack Sparrow is king for a day. Preliminary estimates released by Disney show that "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest" earned $55.5 million on Friday, which would set the record for the largest one-day take at the box office.


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Marine recruiter in 'Fahrenheit' mourned (AP)
This photo released by the U.S. Marine Corps shows Staff Sgt. Raymond Plouhar handing candy to students at the Al Nabatiya Elementary School, May 9, 2006, near Fallujah, Iraq. Plouhar, 30, of Lake Orion, Mich., who was featured in Michael Moore's antiwar documentary, 'Fahrenheit 9/11,' was killed on June 26, 2006, by a roadside bomb in Anbar province in his second tour of duty in Iraq. (AP Photo/U.S. Marine Corps)AP - He was a stern-faced sniper — and a soft-hearted Marine who handed out candy to kids in Iraq. He was a warrior who wrote poetry about life and death.


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Hatch helps spring Austin from Dubai jail (AP)
Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, sits at a piano in his Capitol Hill office in this May 6, 1997 file photo. Hatch, a musician in his own right, helped secure the release of Atlanta R&B producer Dallas Austin from a Dubai jail after a drug conviction, his office confirmed Saturday July 8, 2006. (AP Photo/Cameron Craig, File)AP - U.S. Sen. Orrin Hatch of Utah, a musician in his own right, helped secure the release of Atlanta R&B producer Dallas Austin from a Dubai jail after a drug conviction, the senator's office confirmed Saturday.


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Guggenheim to build museum in Abu Dhabi (AP)
Building architect Frank Gehry, right, is joined by his wife Berta, as they arrive for a grand opening concert gala at the new Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, Thursday, Oct. 23, 2003. The Guggenheim Foundation announced Saturday July 8, 2006  it had commissioned American architect Frank Gehry to build a new branch of the Guggenheim modern and contemporary art museum in this Gulf Emirate. The Guggenheim Abu Dhabi is planned at 323,000 square feet, larger than any of the existing Guggenheim museums. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)AP - The Guggenheim announced plans Saturday for a Frank Gehry-designed art museum in Abu Dhabi, a coup for the small Persian Gulf nation and the latest international franchise for the ambitious foundation.


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Liverpool's Penny Lane to keep its name (AP)
AP - Penny Lane will keep its name. Liverpool officials said Saturday they would modify a proposal to rename streets linked to the slave trade when they realized the road made famous by the 1967 Beatles song was one of them.

'Pirates' sets 1-day box office record (AP)
U.S. actor Johnny Depp waves to fans prior to the screening for the French premiere of his latest movie 'Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest,' in Paris, Thursday July 6, 2006.  (AP Photo/Remy de la Mauviniere)AP - Move over Darth Vader. Captain Jack Sparrow is king for a day. Preliminary estimates released by Disney show that "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest" earned $55.5 million on Friday, which would set the record for the largest one-day take at the box office.


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Mercury label co-founders were agents of change (Reuters)
Reuters - But Green and Talmadge, who co-founded Mercury Records in 1944 with Berle Adams, were agents of change in their day, creating new opportunities for black artists and developing new ways to promote records.

CBS is outdanced but still wins Thursday (Reuters)
Reuters - CBS lost the head-to-head battle between "Rock Star: Supernova" and Fox's "So You Think You Can Dance" but still won the night in primetime Thursday.

'Pirates' $55M estimated haul sets record (AP)
U.S. actor Johnny Depp waves to fans prior to the screening for the French premiere of his latest movie 'Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest,' in Paris, Thursday July 6, 2006.  (AP Photo/Remy de la Mauviniere)AP - Move over Darth Vader. Captain Jack Sparrow is king for a day. Preliminary estimates released by Disney show that "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest" earned $55.5 million on Friday, which would set the record for the largest one-day take at the box office.


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Hal Linden to Play Evolution Theorist in Bay Street's 'Darwin in Malibu' (Playbill)
Playbill - The Bay Street Theatre's production of Darwin in Malibu has its Darwin. Hal Linden will play the author of "The Origin of Species" in the Crispin Whittell comedy, set to run Aug. 15-Sept. 3 at the Long Island theatre.

'Pirates' sets 1-day box office record (AP)
U.S. actor Johnny Depp waves to fans prior to the screening for the French premiere of his latest movie 'Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest,' in Paris, Thursday July 6, 2006.  (AP Photo/Remy de la Mauviniere)AP - Move over Darth Vader. Captain Jack Sparrow is king for a day. Preliminary estimates released by Disney show that "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest" earned $55.5 million on Friday, which would set the record for the largest one-day take at the box office.


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Marine recruiter in 'Fahrenheit' mourned (AP)
This photo released by the U.S. Marine Corps shows Staff Sgt. Raymond Plouhar handing candy to students at the Al Nabatiya Elementary School, May 9, 2006, near Fallujah, Iraq. Plouhar, 30, of Lake Orion, Mich., who was featured in Michael Moore's antiwar documentary, 'Fahrenheit 9/11,' was killed on June 26, 2006, by a roadside bomb in Anbar province in his second tour of duty in Iraq. (AP Photo/U.S. Marine Corps)AP - He was a stern-faced sniper — and a soft-hearted Marine who handed out candy to kids in Iraq. He was a warrior who wrote poetry about life and death.


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Court rules against sanitizing films (AP)
AP - Sanitizing movies on DVD or VHS tape violates federal copyright laws, and several companies that scrub films must turn over their inventory to Hollywood studios, an appeals judge ruled.

"Superman" composer Ottman wears 2 hats (Reuters)
Brandon Routh as Superman in 'Superman Returns' from Warner Bros. It's a given that the Man of Steel will lead this weekend's box office as the movie moves into 4,065 engagements on Friday. REUTERS/HandoutReuters - Superman may be faster than a speeding bullet, but he has nothing on John Ottman. The composer not only wrote two hours of music for "Superman Returns," but he also edited the Bryan Singer-directed summer blockbuster, which opened June 28.


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Zhang aims to show different side of China (AP)
Chinese Director Zhang Yimou speaks about his work and life during a ceremony honoring him at the Hawaii International Film Festival in Honolulu, in this Oct. 19, 2005 file photo.  There's more to Chinese culture than lanterns and opera, says film director Zhang Yimou _ and he plans to prove it at the 2008 Beijing Olympics. Zhang, chief director for the opening and closing ceremonies, says he hopes to use lesser-known Chinese elements.  'There are just too many well-known Chinese elements, such as lanterns, kites and Peking operas. There are also many aspects of Chinese culture that few people know,' he says in an interview published Friday in the China Daily newspaper.   (AP Photo/Lucy Pemoni, FILE)AP - There's more to Chinese culture than lanterns and opera, says film director Zhang Yimou — and he plans to prove it at the 2008 Beijing Olympics.


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Venice honor, premiere for Lynch (Reuters)
American director David Lynch poses for photographers with his medal after he has been made a chevalier of the French Legion of Honour in Cannes May 19, 2002. Lynch, writer-director best known for 'Blue Velvet,' 'The Elephant Man' and 'Mulholland Drive,' will receive a lifetime achievement award at the 63rd Venice Film Festival, organizers announced Friday. (Jean Paul Pelissier/Reuters)Reuters - David Lynch, the writer-director best known for "Blue Velvet," "The Elephant Man" and "Mulholland Drive," will receive a lifetime achievement award at the 63rd Venice Film Festival, organizers announced Friday.


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Digital Superman is in league all his own (Reuters)
Brandon Routh attends the world premiere of 'Superman Returns' at the Mann Village theatre in Los Angeles June 21, 2006. 'Superman Returns' director Bryan Singer wasn't kidding last July when he promised 6,500 fans at Comic-Con 'lots of spectacle' and 'one of the largest films Warner Bros. Pictures has ever made.' (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - "Superman Returns" director Bryan Singer wasn't kidding last July when he promised 6,500 fans at Comic-Con "lots of spectacle" and "one of the largest films Warner Bros. Pictures has ever made."


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Jonestown docu sheds light on "Life and Death" saga (Reuters)
Reuters - The grisly end of Jim Jones' would-be utopia has held a morbid fascination since 1978: How did a decades-long, church-based experiment in communal living lead to the murder and "revolutionary suicide" of more than 900 people in a tiny South American country?

"Titanic" director Cameron plots CG extravaganza (Reuters)
James Cameron is seen in this June 24, 2006 file photo. Nine years after the launch of his last feature film, James Cameron is targeting a summer 2008 release for his next project, 20th Century Fox's 'Avatar,' and he hopes to start shooting a cast of unknown actors on a stage in Los Angeles by February. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - Nine years after the launch of his last feature film, James Cameron is targeting a summer 2008 release for his next project, 20th Century Fox's "Avatar," and he hopes to start shooting a cast of unknown actors on a stage in Los Angeles by February.


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Dollywood to add $17.5M roller coaster (AP)
Dolly Parton arrives at the 78th Academy Awards in this Sunday, March 5, 2006 file photo, in Los Angeles. Parton is putting some more big curves into her Dollywood theme park. And some big dips and spins, too.  Tennessee's top tourist draw will add a $17.5 million steel roller coaster called 'Mystery Mine' in 2007, the country singer and actress announced Friday. It's the biggest single capital investment in the park's 21-year history.  (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian, FILE)AP - Dolly Parton is putting some more big curves into her Dollyw ood theme park. And some big dips and spins, too.


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Mercury label co-founders were agents of change (Reuters)
Reuters - But Green and Talmadge, who co-founded Mercury Records in 1944 with Berle Adams, were agents of change in their day, creating new opportunities for black artists and developing new ways to promote records.

"Superman" composer Ottman wears 2 hats (Reuters)
Brandon Routh as Superman in 'Superman Returns' from Warner Bros. It's a given that the Man of Steel will lead this weekend's box office as the movie moves into 4,065 engagements on Friday. REUTERS/HandoutReuters - Superman may be faster than a speeding bullet, but he has nothing on John Ottman. The composer not only wrote two hours of music for "Superman Returns," but he also edited the Bryan Singer-directed summer blockbuster, which opened June 28.


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Marley brothers to top Roots, Rock, Reggae bill (Reuters)
Ziggy Marley performs in font of tens of thousands Ethiopian people gathered at Meskel Square in the capital Addis Ababa. Brothers Stephen and Ziggy Marley will reunite next month as co-headliners for the second Bob Marley Roots, Rock, Reggae Festival. (Antony Njuguna/Reuters)Reuters - Brothers Stephen and Ziggy Marley will reunite next month as co-headliners for the second Bob Marley Roots, Rock, Reggae (RRR) Festival.


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Lupe Fiasco takes "do it yourself" approach (Reuters)
Reuters - Gathering professional skateboarders, wealthy contributors and their skate-enthusiast kids, Tony Hawk held his annual fund-raiser late last year on a spacious Beverly Hills estate.

Liverpool's Penny Lane to keep its name (AP)
AP - Penny Lane will keep its name. Liverpool officials said Saturday they would modify a proposal to rename streets linked to the slave trade when they realized the road made famous by the 1967 Beatles song was one of them.

Comic Cosby returns to host annual Playboy jazz fest (Reuters)
Reuters - At New York's Village Vanguard, club matriarch Lorraine Gordon sternly forbids the audience to talk during a set. Three thousand miles away at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, patrons of the Playboy Jazz Festival receive the opposite message: Eat, drink and converse through two days of nonstop entertainment.

Low-key Spanish rock act La Oreja riding high (Reuters)
Reuters - The group's most recent album, "Guapa," has surpassed global sales of 600,000 since its May release, according to Sony BMG. In Spain, where La Oreja is in the midst of a 50-city tour, the album has spent eight weeks at No. 1.

Big & Rich pay tribute to Vietnam vets (Reuters)
Reuters - Last year Big & Rich found themselves crouching by a hole they had dug in Vietnam, drinking shots of Crown Royal, then throwing the shot glasses on top of a pair of bloody combat boots already nestled in the ground.

"Low Rider" returns, with help from EWF vet (Reuters)
Reuters - Maurice White, whose music is the driving force behind Broadway's "Hot Feet," isn't the only original member of Earth, Wind & Fire who's tapping into his entrepreneurial spirit. His brother, EWF bassist Verdine White, has jumped into the artist management/music production arena.

Hatch helps spring Austin from Dubai jail (AP)
Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, sits at a piano in his Capitol Hill office in this May 6, 1997 file photo. Hatch, a musician in his own right, helped secure the release of Atlanta R&B producer Dallas Austin from a Dubai jail after a drug conviction, his office confirmed Saturday July 8, 2006. (AP Photo/Cameron Craig, File)AP - U.S. Sen. Orrin Hatch of Utah, a musician in his own right, helped secure the release of Atlanta R&B producer Dallas Austin from a Dubai jail after a drug conviction, the senator's office confirmed Saturday.


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