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Augusta has a new mayor this Masters Week

...mayor for nine years and the son of a Augusta National member. Copenhaver reported fielding calls from CNN, TMZ, Entertainment Weekly and People to comment on Woods' 2010 return to the tournament.Davis said his media schedule hadn't picked...
Group rocks for charities

...Jones is phenomenal! Ed Turner wrote a fascinating piece about her in a recent issue of The Augusta Chronicle's entertainment weekly, Applause.In 16 consecutive sold out concerts by Number 9 at the Imperial, more than $600,000 has been raised...
Kirby: What's your favorite scary movie?

...Internet is full of such lists.I reviewed about a dozen, and the one that made the most sense to me was offered by Entertainment Weekly:1. The Shining2. The Exorcist3. Texas Chainsaw Massacre4. The Silence of the Lambs5. Jaws6. The Ring7...
A Day in the Country music festival has been roping in fans for 27 years

...2008 of all genres. The Wall Street Journal described her as "a potential Loretta Lynn for a new generation." Entertainment Weekly said the album "is the best mainstream country debut since Taylor Swift's." CAREY MURDOCK & NOSTAR: Since...
The Coupon Lady: 'Extreme Couponing' courts controversy

...admitted to decoding in an interview with the Wall Street Journal.During this incident, TLC released a statement to Entertainment Weekly: "We have received a strong response to the premiere and are listening to and reading the various comments around...
Amateurs get chance to shine on stage all summer

The Columbia County Amateur Series will provide entertainment weekly during the summer.
Fall flicks

...a paralyzed forensics detective in the suspense-thriller The Bone Collector. Getting the cover treatment in Entertainment Weekly's recent fall movie preview, Sydney Pollack's Random Hearts, with Harrison Ford and Kristin Scott Thomas...
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Time Warner increases stock buyback

...represents about 6 percent of Time Warner's outstanding shares. Time Warner also owns the Warner Bros. film and television studio, magazines including Sports Illustrated, Time and Entertainment Weekly, and a huge collection of cable systems.
Actor finds change of pace in new character

...Hollywood -- which insist that a "successful" actor must have had a number of hit shows and a few covers on Entertainment Weekly thrown in for good measure -- the once promising career appeared headed for the deep freeze. To top this off...
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Museum store highlights Zippergate

...Flags are $200 to $800. Chaden, a three-dimensional illustrator, has produced covers for Time, Discover and Entertainment Weekly magazines. As she tells the story, the Clinton flag just evolved. Seeking inspiration in a stash of sewing remnants...
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