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Our heart will go on for Céline Dion. She has clarified she was not involved in the image that shocked Habs fans.
Priyanka, the performer from Whitby, Ont., who won the debut season of Canada's Drag Race last September, rallying fans with her signature call-out, 'My name is Priyanka. What's my name?' appears on the July cover of ELLE Canada, one of the…
The city claims the North Peace Cultural Society has mismanaged a local arts centre, pocketing tips and overcharging other cultural groups for rent. The society says the city is attempting a "hostile takeover."
The National Arts Centre (NAC) Indigenous Theatre and Facebook Canada hope to help hundreds of Indigenous people create online content about their lives and culture through a new initiative.
In the most anticipated hearing in the case in years, Britney Spears addressed a judge overseeing a hearing into the conservatorship that has controlled the pop star's money and affairs since 2008.
Little Stuff was inspired by Waylon Jennings, a swamp singer, and a song on Cobb's latest album
But House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has vowed it will not come to a vote unless the Senate also passes a separate bill that includes progressive priorities like climate and universal pre-k
10-minute-long remix uses only elements of original disco track
Installation is part of a new gallery show, Degrees of Separation, opening at Julien's in Beverly Hills
Andrea Bocelli, Yo-Yo Ma also participating in Covid-19 fundraising livestream
From flashlight-under-the-blanket page-turners and music-infused time travel to a campy book about camp, here are 11 summer novels for comics-hungry kids.
For the restless heroine of Dana Spiotta’s novel “Wayward,” menopause is reason enough to re-evaluate everything.
The title character of Mia McKenzie’s novel “Skye Falling” wants to avoid chaos and human connection. Too bad for her.
In “Songbooks,” the scholar and critic Eric Weisbard surveys music writing from the 1700s to today, with special attention to voices on the margins.
Her books depicted a cozy Jewish family on the Lower East Side. In real life, her back story was more complicated.
The fearless work of the late avant-garde pianist is celebrated with a momentous new anthology, showcasing his immense talent and passion.
A four-disc set looks back on the brief, fertile period in which the British band twisted conventional rock instrumentation into increasingly arcane shapes. They still inhabit a class of their own.
On their debut, Spiritualized seemed to emerge from the ether perfectly realized, creating rock music that was serene, spaced-out, and untroubled.
The First Nations songwriter receives his overdue recognition with this brilliant and troubling anthology, which shows the breadth of his skill. Nearly every song is remarkable, and nearly any of them could have served as a breakthrough.
The UK post-punk pioneers’ influence always outshone their popularity, but a new box set makes a convincing case that stardom actually was within their reach.