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    Prosecutors Charge Mel Gibson with DUI

    Mel Gibson now faces a legal battle in addition to the one to restore his public image.

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    CDs Meet, Talk Strike

    America's casting directors are meeting on both coasts this week to decide whether to strike feature films and television productions. If they do, their plan would include gaining the support of the 1.4 million-member International Brotherhood of Teamsters. The casting directors have been attempting to affiliate with the ...

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    Agency Welcomes Off-Beat Types

    There are some real opportunities out there in the world of commercials, print ads, infomercials, CD-ROMs, and industrials. So asserts Sheldon Zimet, owner of the recently franchised Top Cat Talent Agency.

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    Sleep Awake

    Jesse Alick's ambitious but self-indulgent "Sleep Awake" offers up three college-age New York roommates as they deal with gnawing self-discovery, fatal illness and the war on terrorism.

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    Change Via Cyberspace

    Online video search engines allow networks and studios to make the most of their media assets, even as copyright concerns for actors and writers loom unresolved.

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    Travis, Paxton 'Party' on at Lifetime

    Nancy Travis, Sara Paxton and Chelsea Hobbs are starring in the Lifetime original movie "The Party Never Stops: Diary of a Binge Drinker."

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    NBC Taps Arkin for 'Life'

    Adam Arkin is set to co-star opposite Damian Lewis in NBC's pilot "Life." Arkin will play a former chief financial officer who served time for insider trading.

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    Play7

    When you purchase an annual PLAY7 pass for $27, you can see as many L.A.-area plays as you want from the list of 25 member companies for only $7 per ticket. You can use the pass for any listed performance, but reservations are always recommended. This is a ...

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    Rants and Raves

    If "Assistant X to a Big Agent" wants to be recognized for who he/she is and not for where he/she works, why doesn't he/she keep a lid on what he/she does when making the rounds at parties and receptions? Or go masked?