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  1. 'Pirates' tops holiday DVD lists

    4:00 am 12/28/2006

    Buena Vista Home Entertainment's "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest" won the hearts of last-minute holiday shoppers to regain the top spot on the national DVD sales chart for the week ending Dec. 24.Read more

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  2. Signed 'Meet The Beatles' fetches $115K

    4:00 am 12/28/2006

    An album cover signed by all four Beatles as a gift for George Harrison's sister has sold at auction for more than $115,000.Read more

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  3. Kidman, Urban reunite; singer still in rehab

    4:00 am 12/28/2006

    A spokesman for Keith Urban denied media reports Wednesday that the Australian-reared country singer had completed treatment for alcohol abuse.Read more

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  4. French DJ Sinclar outdances Madonna in 2006

    4:00 am 12/28/2006

    In a year when dance's prodigal mother -- Madonna herself -- showed her nightclub pride with an album called "Confessions on a Dance Floor," French producer Bob Sinclar won the battle for the hearts of America's DJs and clubgoers.Read more

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  5. 2006 was unadventurous for mainstream jazz

    4:00 am 12/28/2006

    Judging by the stasis on the jazz charts from year to year, one would think jazz was in need of resuscitation, a sentiment echoed by the well-intentioned rallying cry "Keep Jazz Alive" that spearheads jazz public-radio fund drives.Read more

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  6. 30 years later, Chase calls Ford 'terrific guy'

    4:00 am 12/28/2006

    Comedian Chevy Chase, who became famous in the 1970s portraying Gerald Ford as an amiable klutz, praised the former president on Wednesday and said they later became friendly in spite of the biting comedy routines.Read more

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  7. Jackson back in court to sue accountants

    4:00 am 12/28/2006

    A month after his musical comeback hit a sour note, pop star Michael Jackson has sued his former accountants for breach of duty, claiming they withdrew huge sums of money from his bank accounts but neglected to pay his bills.Read more

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  8. iTunes delays greet crush of holiday shoppers

    4:00 am 12/28/2006

    Swarms of online shoppers armed with new iPods and iTunes gift cards apparently overwhelmed Apple's iTunes music store over the holiday, prompting error messages and slowdowns of 20 minutes or more for downloads of a single song.Read more

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  9. Latin America is the show

    4:00 am 12/28/2006

    As Mexico's exhibition sector hits its saturation point, the leading international circuits could be forced into a head-to-head struggle for growth opportunities in the rest of Latin America.Read more

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  10. Nets plan Ford coverage

    4:00 am 12/28/2006

    When the news broke late Tuesday that former President Gerald Ford had died at age 93, the broadcast and cable news networks were handed a task of how to remember a president who was never elected and only served a little more than two years in office, 30 years ago.Read more

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