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Batman's "Dark Knight" knocks out Spider Man and breaks box office record
KAPOW! - Batman's "Dark Knight" smashes weekend record set by "Spider-Man 3" last year, selling an estimated $155.3 million worth of tickets during its first three days of release.

The hotly anticipated film, co-starring late actor Heath Ledger as the anarchic Joker, surpassed the $151.1 million haul for "Spider-Man 3" during its first weekend in May 2007.

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Sports fans enjoy the exhibit "Sports...Illustrated: Comics and Cartoons in sports Coverage," Sunday at the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame in downtown Macon. The exhibition continues through October.
Macon's "Sports' Hall of Fame Exhibit" offers an animated look at history
MACON - The upstairs at the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame offered a cool respite from the outdoors Sunday for Macon lawyer Christopher Smith and his two sons.

What drew them to the hall was an ongoing exhibit, "Sports ... Illustrated: Cartoons and Comics in Sports Coverage." The exhibit continues at the hall through October.

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Gwinnett Center
GWINNETT - American Idols Live! 2006 Comes to the Gwinnett Center Thursday, August 3rd at 7:00PM.
Tickets Prices $72.50, $48.50, $38.50 Tickets on sale Saturday, May 20, 2006 at 10am!!
Tickets are available at the following link: 
IDOL TICKETS,  at any Ticket Master location, by phone at 404-249-6400 and at the Gwinnett Center Box Office.


AFI's 100 Years 100 Movies Top 100 List
LOS ANGELES Calif. - The American Film Institute (AFI) tonight announced the 100 greatest American movies of all time, as selected by a blue-ribbon panel of leaders from across the film community.
Check out their list and see if you agree.

TOBY KEITH at the Arena at Gwinnett Center Sunday, September 3rd
GDO Staff Reports
Who knows what would have happened if the Academy of Country Music’s 2003 Entertainer-of-the-Year Toby Keith had continued to play football in the semi-pros, instead of joining a band?

But the defensive end for the Oklahoma Outlaws opted to take his guitar - which he had played since the age of eight - seriously. The rest is country music history.


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