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These two are truly in toon

BY DANIEL BUBBEO .daniel.bubbeo@newsday.com
He drinks, ogles women and never does any household chores. She's a shopaholic, a terrible driver and an even worse cook. And they've been happily married for 39 years.

Spidey snares fans in web

BY EMERSON CLARRIDGE
At age 5 in 1978, Justin Klenosky sat on the edge of his seat in the Baldwin movie theater where his father had taken the whole family to see "Superman."

Static over editing

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
A lawyer for Don Imus said Friday that the former radio host's bosses could have edited the on-air comments that got him fired - and that the fact they didn't meant they saw his remarks as routine for his often-provocative show.

Keeping obscenities buttoned up

BY VERNE GAY.verne.gay@newsday.com
So, who gets to push the Dump Button?

Why these old strips are still a good draw

BY DANIEL BUBBEO
Dick Tracy recently turned 75 and is still solving crimes in 52 U.S. newspapers, and more worldwide.

No sunset for these strips

BY BILL MCTERNAN
When TV was an unfulfilled dream and a Sunday newspaper cost a dime, more or less, the comics were a kid's domain.

Beyond TV

Diane Werts
WIN A DIE-ON ROLE. Sci Fi will cast one lucky viewer as a victim in an upcoming Saturday night action flick. A winner chosen at random will be "killed, destroyed or maybe even eaten" after being flown to the film's location. Enter by May 26 at scifi.com/scifisaturday.

Global films lauded

BY GENE SEYMOUR
The awards at this year's Tribeca Film Festival assumed a decidedly international flavor.

Dropping by Jamestown

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
JAMESTOWN, Va. - Queen Elizabeth II strolled Friday through a replica of a fortress built four centuries ago at what would become America's first permanent English settlement, commemorating Jamestown's 400th anniversary.

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