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    Cruise Tops Forbes' Celebrity Power List

    Despite the jokes and sneers he drew for hopping on couches and slamming psychiatry, actor Tom Cruise reclaimed his No. 1 spot on Forbes' list of the world's 100 most powerful stars.

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    Theatre 40 Sets Roster

    Theatre 40, performing at the Reuben Cordova Theatre in Beverly Hills, has announced its 2006-07 season.

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    MTV's Logo Network Unveils New Slate

    Logo, the MTV Networks channel that targets lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender viewers, has announced a series development slate.

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    The easygoing, 46-year-old Los Angeles native has

    The easygoing, 46-year-old Los Angeles native has his work cut out for him—including a nude scene—in Rebeck's play, an intense family drama influenced by Aeschylus' The Oresteia. It bowed Off-Broadway at Second Stage Theatre on June 14.

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    ASK A Director

    Co-artistic director of A Noise Within in Glendale, Calif.; credits include Ubu Roi

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    Nicole Kidman Visits Children's Hospital

    Nicole Kidman paid a visit to a children's hospital ward Thursday ahead of her celebrity wedding, taking her son and daughter with ex-husband Tom Cruise.

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    'Bark!' to be Silenced

    Following a nearly two-year run, the hit musicalBark!will end its engagement at West Hollywood's Coast Playhouse on Aug. 13.

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    WGA To End Infighting

    Miracles can still happen in Hollywood, even with its unions. Case in point: the Writers Guild of America West and East, which took a bold, positive step toward ending their 52-year-old feud June 22. Members of the separate unions announced they had overwhelmingly approved a series of constitutional amendments that ...

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    L.A. Actors Fund Announces Schedule

    The Actors' Fund of America has announced its new Los Angeles program schedule running from July through December.

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    How Much Can Buzz Help a Pilot Show?

    Does buzz matter? For all of CBS' impressive numbers, even chief Leslie Moonves acknowledged in that the network lacked an attribute advertisers want.