Entertainment News Archive - May 08, 2006

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Comedian Adam Sandler's wife has given birth to their first child, according to a posting on his Web site on Sunday.

By Kimberly Nordyke LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - The deal just got sweeter for TV stations looking to buy rerun rights to the hit Charlie Sheen comedy "Two and a Half Men," which is expected to be a hot syndication property for fall 2007. The show's producer, Warner Bros.

LONDON (Reuters) - Apple Computer is not liable for trademark infringement against Apple Corps, the music company owned by the Beatles, a judge in London's High Court ruled on Monday.

By Ashley Fantz, The Miami Herald May 8--Tanguela Lee's son was shot to death Friday night at a high school dance in Miramar where he and his brother were DJs. Devon Sutton, 19, loved to dance.

By Adam Pasick LONDON (Reuters) - Apple Computer won its courtroom battle against the Beatles on Monday when a judge ruled the company's iTunes Music Store did not infringe on the trademark of Apple Corps, which represents the band's interests.

LONDON/WELLINGTON (Reuters) - Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards had surgery in New Zealand on Monday to relieve headaches after a fall while holidaying in Fiji, his London publicists said.

BERLIN (Reuters) - Berlin's new Holocaust memorial has become one of Germany's most popular tourist attractions, drawing an estimated 3.5 million people in its first year, officials said on Monday.

By Cynthia Littleton LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - Nearly 20 years after he parked the Ferrari for the last time on "Magnum, P.I.," Tom Selleck has finally found a small-screen persona that he'd like to live with for a while in Jesse Stone.

By Paul J. Gough NEW YORK (Hollywood Reporter) -

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - CNN anchor Anderson Cooper has signed on as a contributor to venerable CBS News magazine "60 Minutes" in a deal that extends a 10-year relationship between the two networks, both announced on Monday.

Word of the Day
  • Growing in low tufty patches.
The word 'cespitose' comes from a Latin word meaning 'turf'.