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Taylor Swift: In the Oct. 21 Arts & Books section, an article about Taylor Swift said that her 2010 album "Speak Now" was the first album in more than 5 1/2 years to sell more than 1 million copies in its first week. It was the second: Lil Wayne's "Tha Carter III" sold 1,006,000 copies in its first week in June 2008. The article also said that Swift's "Fearless" album was the top seller of 2008, and that her recent single "We Are Never, Ever Getting Back Together" was No. 1 for two weeks on the Billboard 100 pop singles chart. "Fearless" was the biggest-selling album of 2009, and "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" logged three weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100. Additionally, the article said that Swift had received the Hal David Starlight Award from the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers. That award is presented by the Songwriters Hall of Fame.

"Peter Gunn": In the Oct. 22 Calendar section, an article about the DVD release of the TV series "Peter Gunn" said that Henry Mancini won an Emmy for his score for the show. He was nominated but didn't win.

Amazon warehouse: An article in the Oct. 19 Business section about deliveries in California said that the company had begun offering secure locker services in San Francisco for customers to take delivery of packages. The same service was also introduced recently in the Los Angeles area.

Hollywood stunts: An article in the Oct. 24 Business section about stuntman Rick Avery said that he was a stunt coordinator for the 1980 comedy "The Blues Brothers." It was the 1998 film "Blues Brothers 2000."

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