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Entertainment News Archive - March 31, 2006

BEIJING (Reuters) - The fate of Rolling Stone in China hangs in the balance weeks after the highly popular release of the first issue, as a press watchdog cited problems with the magazine's trade practices rather than controversial content.

BEIJING (Reuters) - The fate of Rolling Stone in China hangs in the balance weeks after the highly popular release of the first issue, as a press watchdog cited problems with the magazine's trade practices rather than controversial content.

By Arthur Spiegelman LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Veteran actress Eva Marie Saint says the one thing she will not do is write her memoirs.

By Arthur Spiegelman LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Veteran actress Eva Marie Saint says the one thing she will not do is write her memoirs.

By Luke Sader LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) -

By Greg Goldstein NEW YORK (Hollywood Reporter) - On the surface, Craig Chester's "Adam & Steve" seems like another low-budget gay-themed comedy, destined for a limited Los Angeles/New York run before a platform release in urban markets en route to Netflix.

By Jay Reiner LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - Some people read tea leaves, others read palms. Dame Edna Everage, Australia's gift to the civilized world, reads shoes taken directly from the feet of audience members.

BEIJING (Reuters) - The fate of Rolling Stone in China hangs in the balance weeks after the highly popular release of the first issue, as a press watchdog cited problems with the magazine's trade practices rather than controversial content.

By Barry Garron LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - Word on the street is that Tori Spelling is a pampered rich girl who lavishes more money on her pet dog than most viewers earn at their jobs.

LISBON (Reuters) - Portugal's biggest collection of modern art will go on public display in Lisbon, the government said on Friday after reaching an agreement with its owner, one of the country's wealthiest men.