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This year's Governor General's Performing Arts Awards will be a star-studded affair, with internationally renowned actors Ryan Reynolds, Catherine O'Hara and Tantoo Cardinal among the laureates.
Things are not as they appear in the twisty Niagara Falls-set thriller Disappearance at Clifton Hill, in which a decades-old mystery lures a prodigal daughter home to exorcise old demons.
Spain's culture ministry on Wednesday cancelled performances by Placido Domingo in Madrid in May following allegations of sexual harassment by the opera star.
Clive Cussler, the million-selling adventure writer and real-life thrill seeker who wove personal details and spectacular fantasies into his page-turning novels about underwater explorer Dirk Pitt, has died.
Indspire, a national Indigenous organization, will not give Johnny Issaluk an award at a March 6 ceremony. His award was suspended earlier this month after 'serious allegations' came forth.
How a recovery-inspired anthem propelled the harmonizing California trio from bedroom singalongs to 'Bridesmaids' and beyond
Singer-songwriter announces ninth LP Unfollow the Rules, out in April
Urban will be the host of this year's Academy of Country Music Awards
Late-night hosts examine the administration's extremely not-reassuring response to a possible pandemic
Houston rapper discusses her love for UGK and anime, and how she first got the name "stallion"
Erin Khar’s memoir, “Strung Out,” brings a new lens to the opioid crisis.
“The Power Notebooks,” Roiphe says, is an attempt to write about the “confusion” and “self-contempt” that she normally tries to hold at bay.
“The Mirror and the Light” concludes Mantel’s “Wolf Hall” trilogy with another Tudor panoply viewed entirely through the eyes of Thomas Cromwell.
Hilary Leichter’s brisk, wildly imaginative book tracks a young woman’s experiences in 23 jobs, including one on a pirate ship.
In “The Decadent Society” Douthat argues that cultural exhaustion and world-weariness are sapping the strength of the United States.
In 1989, Pauline Oliveros coined the term Deep Listening to describe a practice of radical attentiveness. This double LP collects the famed original record with selections from her Deep Listening Band.
An essential new vinyl box set collects all of the trailblazing Olympia band’s records. It is a monument to the spartan trio’s music and their seismic influence on the indie rock that followed in their wake.
A 149-minute anthology maps the UK producer’s expanding multiverse, gathering nearly every solo tune he released on Hyperdub in a fertile, eight-year run of EPs full of surprises (and vinyl crackle).
This five-disc set, which includes concert footage, B-sides, and demos, delivers what box sets of this kind almost never do: the thrill of discovery.
The latest posthumous album from the groundbreaking artist feels like one of his truest, 19 “demos” that reveal his elegant songwriting, his disregard for genre, and his boundless mind.