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Dateline: Week Of July 15, 2003 In News, Pop Culture, Tech News & Fascinating Facts

In The News -

Tour Extended - The Pentagon announces that more than 20,000 troops of the 3rd infantry division will not be coming home in September.

British Prime Minister Tony Blair said history will forgive the U.S. led coalition of weapons of mass destruction are not found in Iraq because of the broader good of fighting tyranny and preventing future terrorism.

A new audiotape featuring the great comedian Saddam Hussein, urges Iraqis to mount a resistance and drive the “occupiers’ out of Iraq.

Santa Monica, CA - A car driven an 86-year-old-man drives through a farmer’s market full of people, killing 9 and injuring 50 others.

Opposition rebels push toward Monrovia – Liberia’s capital with heavy fighting reported.

President Bush has selected 11 leaders in the arts, sports, politics, science and business for the Presidential Medal of freedom. They include Julia Child, the late Roberto Clemente, Van Cliburn, Charlton Heston and Dave Thomas (Wendys).

Sports News – July 15, 2003

Los Angeles Lakers superstar Kobe Bryant is charged with felony sexual assault of a 19-year-old hotel worker in Colorado.

Technology News – July 15, 2003

Apple reports a $19 million profit – beating Wall St. expectations, but down 41% from the same period last year.

Yahoo agrees to purchase search site Overture for about $1.6 billion.

Some best selling books – July 15, 2003

The Lovely Bones – Alice Sebold

The Devil Wears Prada – Lauren Weisberger

Trading Up - Candace Bushnell

The Da Vinci Code – Dan Brown

Treason – Ann Coulter

Benjamin Franklin – Walter Isaacson

Living History – Hillary Rodham Clinton

Who’s Your Cabby? – Rick Reilly

Radio News – July 15, 2003

Rush Limbaugh will be joining ESPN’s “Sunday NFL Countdown.” And makes his debut Sept. 4.

Music News July 15, 2003

A judge says R. Kelly can leave Illinois for a five-city concert tour. Kelly is free on bond after being indicted in June 2002 on child pornography charges.

Mourners danced and music played as about 100,000 fans that had waited hours in the hot sun bid farewell to salsa legend Celia Cruz in Miami.

Madonna is set to appear in fall ads for the Gap retailer.

Courtney Love signs a three-year deal with Virgin Records. Look for the first – “America’s Sweetheart” on October 28.

Top Pop Hits – July 15, 2003 –

Magic Stick – Lil’ Kim fea. 50 Cent

Crazy in Love – Beyonce fea. Jay-Z

This is the Night – Clay Aiken

2 1 Questions – 50 Cent fea. Nate Dogg

Get Busy – Sean Paul

Bring Me to Life – Evanescence fea. Paul McCoy

Unwell – matchbox twenty

Rock Wit U (Awww Baby) – Ashanti

Right Thurr – Chingy

So Gone – Monica

I Know What You want – Busta Rhymes & Mariah Carey fea. The Flipmode Squad

Miss Independent – Kelly Clarkson

Flying without Wings – Ruben Studdard

Drift Away – Uncle Kracker w/Dobie Gray

Can’t Let You go – Fabolous fea. Mike Shorey & Lil’ Mo

In Those Jeans – Ginuwine

Rock Your Body – Justin Timberlake

When I’m Gone – 3 Doors Down

P.I.M.P. – 50 Cent

Ignition – R. Kelly

Don’t Wanna Try – Frankie J.

No Letting Go – Wayne Wonder

Intuition – Jewel.

Top Modern Rock Music – July 15, 2003 –

Send the Pain Below – Chevelle

Seven Nation Army – The White Stripes

Like a Stone – Audioslave

Just Because – Jane’s Addiction

Headtrong – Trapt

Faint – Linkin Park

Top/Hot Music Albums – July 15, 2003 –

Dance with My Father – Luther Vandross

Dangerously in Love – Beyonce

Hotel Paper – Michelle Branch

St. Anger – Metallica

After the Storm – Monica

Get Rich or Die Tryin’ – 50 Cent

Fallen – Evanescence

Come Away With Me – Norah Jones

Da Unbreakables – Three 6 mafia

Hail to the Thief – Radiohead

Bare – Annie Lennox

2 Fast 2 Furious

Thankful - Kelly Clarkson

Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle – soundtrack

The Lizzie McGuire Movie

The Ownerz – Gang Starr

Meteora – Linkin Park

Very Best of Cher

Dutty Rock – Sean Paul

Almost Famous – Lumidee

Greatest Hits – Lonestar

0304 – Jewel

Unleashed – Toby Keith

Honkytonkville – George Strait

Liz Phair

Very Best of the Beach Boys: Sounds of Summer

Top Country Hits – July 15, 2003 –

Stay Gone – Jimmy Wayne

Beer For My Horses – Toby Keith and Willie Nelson

My Front Porch Looking In – Lonestar

Speed – Montgomery Gentry

Red Dirt Road – Brooks & Dunn

Celebrity – Brad Paisley

The Love Song – Jeff Bates

It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere – Alan Jackson & Jimmy Buffett

Forever and For Always – Shania Twain

Top-Selling DVD’s – July 15, 2003

Tears of the Sun

Old School: Unrated and Out of Control

Deliver Us From Eva

Just Married

Die Another Die in widescreen


Top TV Shows/Ratings/TV Guide – July 15, 2003

For Love or Money – 12.90

Law & Order – 12.42

CSI – 12.34

Without a Trace – 11.15

Everybody Loves Raymond – 11.02

CSI: Miami – 10.34

Law & Order – 10.33

Law &Order Criminal Intent – 10.21

60 Minutes – 10.06

Law & Order: SVU – 9.97

King of Queens – 9.95

Big Brother 4 – 9.70

Dateline NB on Tuesday – 9.49

2020 on Friday – 9.24

Wednesday night television listings – week Of July 15, 2003

CBS – 60 Minutes II, Big Brother 4, Cupid, David Letterman

NBC – Fame, Law & Order, Jay Leno, Conan O’Brien

ABC – My Wife and Kids, George Lopez Show, Drew Carey, The Dating Experiment, Nightline

Fox – that ‘70’s Show, The Simpsons, Paradise Hotel

UPN – Enterprise, Twilight Zone

WB – Boarding House, North Shore, Pepsi Smash

ESPN – 2003 ESPY Awards

VH1 – Risky Business, Behind the Movie, I love the ‘80’s

MTV – Hard Rock Live, True Life, Making the Band, Doggy Fizzle Televizzle

Pepsi Smash – Black Eyed Peas, Evenescence.

David Letterman – Mandy Moore.

Jay Leno – Tobey Maguire, Santana.

Television News – July 15, 2003

Dateline NBC just interviewed Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez and despite the summer – it had about 11 million viewers.

The debut of the Bravo Channel’s “Queer Eye for the straight Guy – where five gay men remake a straight guy in hair, fashion etc – sets a ratings record for the cable channel.

Top Movies – July 15, 2003

Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl

The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen

Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines

Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde

Finding Nemo

Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle

Sinbad: Legend of the seven seas

28 Days Later

The Hulk

The Italian Job

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