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With the recent news that CBS is developing a revival of the beloved 1990s comedy-drama Northern Exposure, the minds of many Canadians turned to a different series: what about North of 60?
Rapper 2 Milly's lawsuit against the makers of the wildly popular video game Fortnite is raising questions about whether unique dance moves can be copyrighted.
The Oscars have a longstanding host problem, but Kevin Hart's swift downfall over old anti-gay tweets has led to bigger questions about the gig and the liability of social media histories.
When To Kill a Mockingbird debuts on Broadway for the first time this December, it won’t be the version you may remember.
Drake emerged one of the leading artists at the Grammy Awards nominations on Friday picking up seven nods, but he wasn't the lone Canadian up for the major music honour.
The plays envisioned marriage equality decades before they became a reality for Americans — and may have helped usher the idea into our consciousness
My Chemical Romance singer's superhero series, starring Ellen Page and Mary J. Blige, comes to streaming service in February 2019
Cantwell threatened “complete and total destruction” of “Charlottesville and the broad left”
Brandon Lancaster and his group mix covers with hits like "Greatest Love Story" on Hallelujah Nights Tour
Rocker apologizes after realizing planned super-concert sponsored by "fossil fuel funding entity" Barclays
With “Invisible: The Forgotten Story of the Black Woman Lawyer Who Took Down America’s Most Powerful Mobster,” Stephen L. Carter celebrates his extraordinary grandmother.
In “We Begin in Gladness,” the poet and critic Craig Morgan Teicher considers poets from W.S. Merwin to francine j. harris, in light of changes in their language and their influence on one another.
“Mad, Bad, Dangerous to Know” recounts the lives of the fathers of Wilde, Yeats and Joyce — and the chaos they created.
There’s nothing like the bond between grandparent and grandchild. New books by Tomie dePaola, Cecilia Ruiz and more show it in many forms.
“Those Who Knew,” a new novel by Idra Novey, takes place on an unnamed island, but in a world beset by problems unnervingly like our own.
On this installment in a series of expanded reissues from the vaults of the late Jason Molina, love songs with raw nerves document a tender, transitional period in his career.
On two reissued albums and a sprawling collection of arguably finished songs, this Georgia band did everything you want great indie rock to do. Now, everyone has a chance to hear it.
Jokes about the title aside, this payload of alternate takes presents a complex portrait of a complicated time for the singer-songwriter as he made a masterpiece.
Written after the death of bassist Cliff Burton, Metallica’s infamously abrasive masterpiece gets its 30th-anniversary treatment at a time when its sociopolitical rumblings are painfully relevant.
Newly reissued on vinyl, Bikini Kill’s 1998 compilation stands as the defining document of the feminist punk band whose music remains relevant, righteous, and unflappably cool.