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January 04, 2005

It's...... THE ARTS!

Figuring out Dennis Quaid: "It says a lot about actor Dennis Quaid that he should currently be starring in two movies that are poles apart -- a big action-adventure set in the desert and a light-hearted domestic drama in which he plays a salesman shunted aside by the latest bright young lad."
On CNN: Entertainment

U2 video to premiere Orange Bowl: "NEW YORK — The video of the hit song All Because of You by Irish rock band U2 will be shown in public for the first time during halftime of Tuesday ni..."
On USA Today: Entertainment

George Harrison added to Oxford biography: "LONDON — Beatles guitarist George Harrison, actor Nigel Hawthorne and Harry Secombe, one of the stars of The Goon Show, have been added to the Oxford ..."
On USA Today: Entertainment

Court still shielding Jackson evidence: "LOS ANGELES, Calif. — Less than a month before Michael Jackson's child-molestation trial is scheduled to begin, the court continued a pattern of shiel..."
On USA Today: Entertainment

Record US box office high in 2004: "Ticket sales at the US box office reached a record high in 2004, despite a fall in the number of moviegoers."
On BBC: Film

Uncensored debut for Potemkin: "A newly reconstructed version of 1925 Soviet film Battleship Potemkin will be shown at the Berlin Film Festival."
On BBC: Film

NIGHT & DAY: "Johnny Carson, who turns 80 this year, doesn't venture out much anymore from his Malibu estate."
On NY Post: Entertainment

HOWARD SLAPPED WITH $IRIUS AD TAB: "HOWARD Stern has been kicked off four radio stations and — he claims — slapped with a $200,000 advertising bill for all the plugs he gave Sirius Satellite Radio last year."
On NY Post: Entertainment

THE STARR REPORT: "NBC's Brian Williams and CBS' Dan Rather report all this week from southeast Asia on last week's devastat ing tsunami — Williams for the "NBC Nightly News" and Rather for both the "CBS Evening News" and tomor row's "60 Minutes Wednes day.""
On NY Post: Entertainment

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