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She’s still the one: Shania Twain’s 1st album in 15 years coming out in September

New single is called Life’s About to Get Good, about her goal to be more positive The Canadian Press Posted: Apr 27, 2017 3:19 PM ET Last Updated: Apr 27,…

Film on Armenian genocide stirs up controversy and a clash in online ratings

Repercussions from the Armenian genocide have been felt for more than 100 years, but with the release of a new historical drama, the conflict has taken an unexpected direction — into the world…

Famed soprano Anna Netrebko comes to Canada with Trio Magnifico

Anna Netrebko is coming to Canada at last. The famed Russian soprano and her husband, tenor Yusif Eyvazov, are preparing for their Canadian debuts as part of Trio Magnifico, with…

Crowning Julia Roberts again not a good look for People: Menon

Julia Roberts is The World’s Most Beautiful Woman. This is a repeat from 1991, 2000, 2005 and 2010, the years People magazine also crowned her The World’s Most Beautiful Woman.…

‘Fate of the Furious’ speeds toward record global box office debut

The Fate of the Furious easily outsped the competition in its box office debut, and is on track to be the biggest global movie opening of all time even as…

Nintendo cancels NES Classic production in North America

Nintendo cancels NES Classic production in North America

Nintendo has announced it is discontinuing the NES Classic, a bite-sized version of the Nintendo Entertainment System from the 1980s that became one of the 2016 holiday season’s most-wanted and…

Actor or actress? Billions star Asia Kate Dillon on how non-binary people fit into the Emmys

Actor or actress? Billions star Asia Kate Dillon on how non-binary people fit into the Emmys

Monday April 10, 2017 more stories from this episode Showtime was so impressed with Asia Kate Dillon’s breakout performance as the gender non-binary character Taylor Mason in the drama Billions, it wanted to submit Dillon for an Emmy…

Magic is possible in masterful ‘887’: review

887 Written, designed, directed, and performed by Robert Lepage. Until April 16 at the Bluma Appel Theatre, 27 Front Street East. CanadianStage.com or 416-368-3110. The experience of watching Robert Lepage’s…

What was Pepsi trying to achieve with its ‘tone deaf’ Kendall Jenner ad?

What was Pepsi trying to achieve with its ‘tone deaf’ Kendall Jenner ad?

For a big business, putting out a controversial ad can be a bit like teetering across a tightrope. And that means Pepsi just took a tumble. On Wednesday, the soft drink…

Full list of Juno winners

The winners of Sunday’s Juno Awards, held in Ottawa: Album Of The Year: Leonard Cohen, You Want it Darker. Group Of The Year: The Tragically Hip, Man Machine Poem. Breakthrough…

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