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September 12, 2005

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Lewis Presented with Emmy Creative Arts Award

September 12, 2005 06:39:56 GMT

Actor Jerry Lewis was honored Sunday with the television academy's prestigious Governors Award for his charity work. He was handed the tribute at the Creative Arts Primetime Emmy Awards, which recognize technical and other achievements for the 2004 - 2005 television season.
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Control, Trapt's 2nd Album

September 12, 2005 06:12:45 GMT

The instant success that Trapt experienced through their 2002 self-titled debut has encouraged the rock band to out another new album that is expected to, at least, repeat the same attainment. Thus, the group set to release its sophomore album called "Someone in Control."
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Switchfoot Sounds Louder

September 12, 2005 05:06:42 GMT

Rock band Switchfoot tries to repeat the success of their 2003's "The Beautiful Letdown" with their new album "Nothing Is Sound." The work fueled by lead vocalist/principal songwriter Jon Foreman's thought-provoking lyrics and the musical prowess of his brother, bassist Tim Foreman, is set for a September 13 release.
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Long Road Leads Fogerty Home

September 12, 2005 04:48:21 GMT

The legendary John Fogerty said on Friday he has signed with Fantasy Records, the label that helped launches his career. To mark the reunion, the singer will on Nov. 1 issue "The Long Road Home."
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From Estefans to Hurricane Katrina Victims

September 12, 2005 04:30:20 GMT

Gloria Estefan and husband Emilio Estefan have organized a trip on the behalf of Hispanic-American entertainers on a visit with victims of Hurricane Katrina in Louisiana and Mississippi. The couple has planned a Monday visit that will include delivery of a planeload of supplies and toys to shelters in the Mississippi cities of Long Beach and Biloxi, and Baton Rouge, La.
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The Lord & Wendy

September 12, 2005 04:05:52 GMT

What is so special about the Lord and Wendy? Let me tell you, both are two new films that have the same subject, the dangers of guns. Unlike many nowadays films, "Lord of War" and "Dear Wendy" do not emphasize on controlling guns, rather they'll show moviegoers how guns control people.
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Bo Bice's Return for Katrina

September 12, 2005 03:42:18 GMT

The idol is back. Yes Bo Bice is back. The American Idol runner-up made his first appearance after underwent surgery last month in Nevada on Sunday's 'American Idols Live' benefit for Hurricane Katrina.
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Bronchitis Forces Kelly to Postpone Concerts

September 12, 2005 03:30:58 GMT

Bronchitis has forced Kelly Clarkson to cancel three more concerts in Nevada and Washington. The singer previously has called off two performances in California last week.
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'Great American Love Story' Wins Golden Lion

September 12, 2005 03:01:56 GMT

What do you think and what would you say about "Brokeback Mountain"? Well, as for the movie director Ang Lee, he tends to describe his movie as a "great American love story" that is "unique and so universal." "I'm so glad it's prevailed here and was received so warmly here," so he said as his movie won the Venice Film Festival's Top Award Saturday.
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Steve Martin's Shopgirl

September 12, 2005 02:35:19 GMT

Love, tricks, and sex are all the staple supplies Steve Martin needs for his upcoming film, "Shopgirl." Showcases his versatility, the film begun with Martin's prose, his best-selling novella about a depressive wallflower pursued by a rich older man and an awkward young slacker.
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The Rose Smells Good at Box Office

September 12, 2005 02:04:32 GMT

The number one film of the weekend is "The Exorcism of Emily Rose." The courtroom drama loosely based on true events sold about $30.2 million in the three days beginning Friday, forces last week champ, action sequel "The Transporter 2," falls to 3rd. Holding in second place for the second weekend in a row with $7.9 million is the Universal comedy "The 40 Year-Old Virgin."