February 23, 2019

 
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Top Stories - Arts & Entertainment
February 23rd
R. Kelly, the R&B star who has been trailed for decades by allegations that he violated underage girls and women and held some as virtual slaves, is due in court Saturday after being charged with aggravated sexual abuse.
February 23rd
With no clear front-runner, and audience favourites like Bohemian Rhapsody and Green Book embroiled in controversy, the Oscars' best picture race has become a fierce and unpredictable campaign for the academy's top award. CBC talked to a pair of Oscar rac…
February 22nd
The gender equality initiative Time's Up says its president and CEO resigned because of sexual misconduct allegations against her son.
February 22nd
Jackie Shane, the black transgender soul singer who came to prominence playing on Toronto's Yonge Street in the 1960s, has died.
February 22nd
The creator of books such as Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus! and Time to Pee! has been named the Kennedy Center's first ever Education Artist-In-Residence.
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February 23rd
“You come in here and say it has to be my way or the highway. I’ve gotten elected... I know what I’m doing. Maybe people should listen a little bit,” the senator said
February 23rd
"I've heard some magnificent stuff that Axl has, really cool stuff he's been working on," bassist says of band's first LP since Chinese Democracy
February 23rd
Bentley proves his headlining mettle, and surprises fans with Lambert cameo
February 23rd
Singer also performed political anthem "Preach" with the Roots
February 23rd
"He's an innocent man," singer's attorney says, adding that "double jeopardy" should "bar" some charges against Kelly
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February 22nd
In his latest Graphic Content column, Ed Park looks at James Sturm’s “Off Season” and Elly Lonon and Joan Reilly’s “Amongst the Liberal Elite.”
February 22nd
Patrick Radden Keefe’s stunning new book uses the 1972 murder and abduction of a Belfast mother of 10 to tell the story of the Troubles.
February 22nd
The title characters of Amy Feltman’s “Willa & Hesper” find solace from their breakup in the rabbit holes of their European Jewish backgrounds.
February 22nd
An epic debut, poems as sharp as blood-tinged spindles, a stand-alone novel narrated by a god: There’s something for everyone here.
February 22nd
Michael Tomasky’s “If We Can Keep It” recounts the political and cultural back story to our current, destabilized moment.
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February 23rd
At last available digitally, these quietly revolutionary albums still break one of music’s deepest-held genre orthodoxies.
February 23rd
After the breakup of Japan, this reluctant star retreated into a series of four albums—including his masterpiece—built on noir balladry, instrumental abstraction, and an abiding sense of distance.
February 21st
Visible Cloaks’ Spencer Doran curates an appealingly cohesive compilation of Japanese ambient music that, while decades old, feels uncannily suited to contemporary listening habits.
February 4th
Over 40 years after its initial release, the composer’s pioneering work pairing computers with live players feels not only prescient but also refreshingly optimistic.
January 26th
The start of an extended reissues series, these two albums find the essential trio of the aggressive German guitarist fighting through darkness to find any light.