PASSAGES: Sheryl Crow Ready to Roll
ANNOUNCED: Singer-songwriter Sheryl Crow, 40, whose new album "C'mon C'mon" lands in stores Tuesday, and Train will tour 23 cities this summer on the inaugural Jeep World Outside Festival 2002, reports USA Today. The concerts will combine music with adventure-sports clinics. Upcoming tour dates: Charlotte, N.C., July 10; Atlanta, July 11; Raleigh, July 12; Washington, July 13; Houston, July 17; and Dallas, July 18 . . . DISMISSED: A federal judge in Los Angeles has ended a lawsuit against 'N Sync that had been filed in December 2000 by puppet-makers Sid and Marty Krofft, who sought damages for infringement of copyright, reports the Associated Press. The Kroffts claimed that 'N Sync program and backstage passes featured a likeness of the creations that the puppeteers developed for the group's "Bye Bye Bye" performance at the American Music Awards in September 2000 . . . DONATED: "Frasier" star Kelsey Grammer, 47, has made a six-figure donation to his Florida high-school alma mater, Pine Crest School, reports the AP. The specific amount was not disclosed at the request of the donor (class of '73), but the private school's vice president for development said the money will be used to help the 1,600-student school build a middle school campus and make renovations to athletic facilities . . . POLLED: A survey conducted by Britain's Channel Four and announced on Monday showed that 40 percent of England's population now favors Prince Charles's ruling as king with Camilla Parker Bowles as his wife -- but not as his queen. This was an approval hike of 6 percent compared to a similar poll two years ago. But has anyone asked Charles's mother?
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