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Tuesday, January 31, 2006
For Now & Later Lottery news: Tomorrow's Powerball drawing will be for a jackpot of at least $156 million. Tickets sold in Pennsylvania and Delaware. Tonight's Megamillions drawing for Jersey, other states, is for $61 million. 'Survivor' tryouts: The reality show will have an open casting call from 10 to 1 on Thursday at KYW studios, 5th and Market. New on video: Filmed-in-Philly In Her Shoes, based on novel by local author Jennifer Weiner. The Legend of Zorro. Tim Burton's Corpse Bride. Bubble, which hit theaters just on Friday. Artists with new albums out: Wanda Jackson, Wilson Pickett, David "Fathead" Newman, Lee Rocker.