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Judge dismisses lawsuits filed against rapper Drake over deadly Astroworld concert

HOUSTON (AP) — Hip-hop artist Drake has been dismissed from a lawsuit over the deadly 2021 Astroworld festival in Houston in which 10 people were killed, a judge has ruled.
The board has spoken: Teacher fired after competing on 'Survivor Québec' reality show

The board has spoken: Teacher fired after competing on 'Survivor Québec' reality show

MONTREAL — Déborah De Braekeleer knew she would have to face her fear of bugs when she volunteered to be marooned on a remote island in the Philippines. But perhaps her greatest challenge awaited her when she returned home to Quebec.
Sandra Oh says 'Sympathizer' tells a side of Vietnam War 'we've been waiting to hear'

Sandra Oh says 'Sympathizer' tells a side of Vietnam War 'we've been waiting to hear'

There have been countless U.S. screen projects about the Vietnam War but Sandra Oh says HBO's espionage thriller "The Sympathizer" offers "a perspective we have been waiting to hear.
The show goes on for Paramount with ‘Gladiator II,’ a new Damien Chazelle movie and more

The show goes on for Paramount with ‘Gladiator II,’ a new Damien Chazelle movie and more

LAS VEGAS (AP) — With reports and rumors swirling about possible mergers and bids to acquire Paramount, the film studio put its best foot forward for theater owners at CinemaCon on Thursday.

Where are they now? Key players in the murder trial of O.J. Simpson

The June 12, 1994, killings of Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ronald Goldman brought what's dubbed the “Trial of the Century” that culminated with O.J. Simpson's acquittal of the murders .
Movie Review: ‘Food, Inc. 2’ revisits food system, sees reason for frustration and (a little) hope

Movie Review: ‘Food, Inc. 2’ revisits food system, sees reason for frustration and (a little) hope

The makers of the influential 2008 documentary “Food, Inc.” never planned to make a sequel.
Outside roles by NBC's Conde, others reveal a journalism ethics issue: being paid to sit on boards

Outside roles by NBC's Conde, others reveal a journalism ethics issue: being paid to sit on boards

NEW YORK (AP) — As NBC News Group chairman, Cesar Conde is already busy overseeing the network's broadcast and digital news operations, along with CNBC, MSNBC, Telemundo and NBC-owned local affiliates. Yet the executive also has a second paid job.

New York Philharmonic to tour China this summer

NEW YORK (AP) — The New York Philharmonic will give five concerts in China this summer in what it says will be first visit to the mainland by a U.S. orchestra since 2019.
David Cronenberg among Canadians with projects headed to Cannes Film Festival

David Cronenberg among Canadians with projects headed to Cannes Film Festival

David Cronenberg is among the Canadians with projects headed to the 77th Cannes Film Festival next month.
CBC says eclipse coverage drew millions to TV, online platforms

CBC says eclipse coverage drew millions to TV, online platforms

TORONTO — CBC says 1.4 million people were watching its TV channels as the broadcaster captured a clear shot of the total solar eclipse on Monday afternoon. The public broadcaster says it attracted 3.
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