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Starbucks to release Dylan CD

SEATTLE - Bob Dylan made his mark playing in one cafe. Soon, he'll be in thousands.

Starbucks Coffee Co. has reached a deal to produce and exclusively release a CD of 10 Dylan recordings from New York's Gaslight Cafe in 1962, when he was just finding himself as a songwriter. The Gaslight, in Greenwich Village, was a focal point of the folk revival in the early '60s.

''Bob Dylan: Live at the Gaslight 1962'' will be available at Starbucks stores in the United States and Canada on Aug. 30.

'Little House' cast to reunite

MESA, Ariz. - Cast members from ''Little House on the Prairie'' will reunite this weekend in Tombstone, a town known for its old West roots.

Melissa Gilbert, who played Laura Ingalls Wilder, is scheduled to reunite with Dean Butler (Almanzo Wilder) and Alison Arngrim (Nellie Oleson) during the Tombstone Western Film Festival

that runs Friday through Monday.

U2 in court to recover items from former stylist

DUBLIN, Ireland - Dublin-based rock band U2 went to court Tuesday to recover items from former stylist Lola Cashman, who has a range of memorabilia from her work on their 1987 Joshua Tree world tour.

Cashman tried in 2002 to auction off some of the items, including earrings and pants.

U2's lawyers stopped the sale by telling a London auction house that the goods weren't Cashman's to sell. Cashman then filed a lawsuit against the band, alleging defamation.

Goldie Hawn, chef contribute to book

NEW YORK - Actress Goldie Hawn, historian David McCullough and chef Jacques Pepin will be among the contributors to ''The Book That Changed My Life: A Hundred Reasons to Read, From a Hundred People Worth Reading,'' to be published in the summer of 2006 by Gotham Books.

- From wire reports