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    Oscar Winners Get Hero's Welcome in S. Africa

    Cheering fans thronged the streets of one of South Africa's toughest slums to welcome home the makers of the country's Oscar-winning film "Tsotsi."

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    Bollywood Director Mukherjee Dies at 83

    Bollywood filmmaker Hrishikesh Mukherjee, who stood apart with his touching stories about India's teeming middle class, has died of kidney failure, hospital authorities said on Monday.

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    PBS To Preem Tony Highlights

    Hot on the heels of the 2005 Tony Awards' Emmy nominations--for host Hugh Jackman and for Outstanding Variety, Music, or Comedy Series--PBS is set to premiere a collection of classic Tony performances titled Broadway's Lost Treasures III.

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    Desert Sunrise

    Combine in equal proportions noble ideals, earnest intentions, fantasy, realism, multicultural performers, and one of the hottest trouble spots in today's world. Volatile ingredients, to be sure.

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    More Free Seminars

    The New York Musical Theatre Festival will present several additional free seminars next week:

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    Steve Martin, Girlfriend Wed in L.A.

    Steve Martin married girlfriend Anne Stringfield during a ceremony at his Los Angeles home, his publicist said.

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    Hoty, Cuccioli to Make Merry with Quaid

    Tony nominees Dee Hoty and Robert Cuccioli will join Randy Quaid in the upcoming Broadway production ofLone Star Love, a new musical adaptation of Shakespeare'sThe Merry Wives of Windsor.

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    Steve Harris Set to 'Serve' at CBS

    Steve Harris has signed on to star in CBS' drama pilot "Protect and Serve," while young British actress Michelle Ryan has landed the title role on NBC's drama pilot "The Bionic Woman."

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    'South Park' Wins Peabody Award

    Comedy Central's "South Park" won its first Peabody Award on Wednesday, winning praise from judges as TV's boldest, most politically incorrect satirical series.

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    Much 'Unconstitutional' in Indecency Battle: Valenti

    Former MPAA president Jack Valenti railed against efforts to curb the First Amendment in the battles over media indecency.