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  1. Songwriter Bobby Charles dies at 71

    3:13 pm 1/14/2010

    Bobby Charles, the Louisiana singer-songwriter who penned such hits as Fats Domino's "Walking to New Orleans" and "See You Later Alligator" by Bill Haley and the Comets, has died. He was 71.Read more

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  2. Going on faith

    4:52 pm 1/13/2010

    Denzel Washington and his wife walk the red carpet at the Chinese Theatre premiere of his latest movie, "The Book of Eli."Read more

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  3. Out of sight

    4:50 pm 1/13/2010

    Mila Kunis at Monday's Los Angeles premiere of the Hughes brothers' "The Book of Eli."Read more

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  4. Primetime party

    4:47 pm 1/13/2010

    J.J. Abrams and Fox's Peter Rice at the Television Critics Assn.'s winter press tour.Read more

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  5. Getting 'Glee'-ful

    4:38 pm 1/13/2010

    Ryan Murphy, left, with Fox's Dana Walden and Kevin Reilly at Saturday's InStyle/Fox reception for the Golden Globe-nominated show.Read more

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  6. Johnny Depp gets statue in Serbia  

    2:48 pm 1/13/2010

    The "Pirates of the Carribbean" star was honored Wednesday with a life-size statue in Serbia.Read more

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  7. 'Slumdog' star has $145K in new deals 

    2:30 pm 1/13/2010

    "Slumdog Millionaire" child star Rubina Ali played a poverty-stricken child in the Oscar-winning film, but the real-life daughter of India's shantytowns now has a small fortune in book and movie deals.Read more

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  8. Participant elevates Jeff Ivers to COO

    2:21 pm 1/13/2010

    Jeff Ivers has been promoted to COO of Participant Media, the company's CEO Jim Berk said Wednesday.Read more

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  9. Michael C. Hall treated for cancer

    1:10 pm 1/13/2010

    "Dexter" star Michael C. Hall said he was diagnosed with cancer and is on the road to the successful completion of treatment.Read more

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  10. Refunds available for B'way's 'Spider-Man'

    1:34 pm 1/12/2010

    The delay in bringing "Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark" to Broadway has prompted its producers to offer refunds to theatergoers who had purchased tickets for performances that at one time had been expected to start Feb. 25.Read more

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