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Drake takes down Kendrick Lamar diss tracks on Instagram

Drake takes down Kendrick Lamar diss tracks on Instagram

TORONTO — Drake is pulling back on his beef with Kendrick Lamar.
Dakota Fanning finds a character she is drawn to in Ishana Night Shyamalan's 'The Watchers'

Dakota Fanning finds a character she is drawn to in Ishana Night Shyamalan's 'The Watchers'

LOS ANGELES (AP) — It can sometimes be difficult for child actors to shed public conceptions of them as a kid, hindering them from being taken seriously in Hollywood as adults.
Virginie Viard, who succeeded Karl Lagerfeld at Chanel, leaves fashion house

Virginie Viard, who succeeded Karl Lagerfeld at Chanel, leaves fashion house

PARIS (AP) — Virginie Viard, the artistic director who replaced Karl Lagerfeld at Chanel after his death, is leaving the French luxury fashion house.
Canadian translator, Mexican poet win Griffin Poetry Prize

Canadian translator, Mexican poet win Griffin Poetry Prize

TORONTO — Canadian poet-translator George McWhirter stood alone at a lectern Wednesday night to accept the Griffin Poetry Prize he earned with his friend and longtime collaborator Homero Aridjis.
A decade after 'All About That Bass,' Meghan Trainor aims to make her feel-good songs 'Timeless'

A decade after 'All About That Bass,' Meghan Trainor aims to make her feel-good songs 'Timeless'

NEW YORK (AP) — Ten years ago, Meghan Trainor was a successful songwriter, soon to become a hit pop performer in her own right.
YouTube toughens policy on gun videos and youth; critics say proof will be in enforcement

YouTube toughens policy on gun videos and youth; critics say proof will be in enforcement

WASHINGTON (AP) — YouTube is changing its policies about firearm videos in an effort to keep potentially dangerous content from reaching underage users.
Another man pleads guilty in mass forgery of Norval Morrisseau's artworks

Another man pleads guilty in mass forgery of Norval Morrisseau's artworks

A key player in a massive art fraud scheme oversaw an "assembly line"-like production of fake Norval Morrisseau paintings, court heard Tuesday, as the Thunder Bay, Ont., man pleaded guilty to two charges.
Heartbreak, anger and many questions follow University of the Arts' abrupt decision to close

Heartbreak, anger and many questions follow University of the Arts' abrupt decision to close

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Bryant Fleming was looking forward to the fall semester at the University of the Arts, where the rising senior was to choreograph a production of “Sister Act" — the same musical comedy that led him to fall in love with theater in
New Pamela Anderson, Bryan Baeumler shows among Corus' fall/winter plans

New Pamela Anderson, Bryan Baeumler shows among Corus' fall/winter plans

TORONTO — A Pamela Anderson cooking show and a new docuseries from Bryan and Sarah Baeumler are among the homegrown highlights of Corus Entertainment’s TV plans, with the broadcaster’s content boss touting a focus on unscripted “Canadian content that
Curtains closing for Toronto's Phoenix Concert Theatre, which hosted Stones and Dylan

Curtains closing for Toronto's Phoenix Concert Theatre, which hosted Stones and Dylan

TORONTO — Toronto's famed Phoenix Concert Theatre is closing its doors after more than 33 years. Owners of the downtown venue, which has hosted Bob Dylan, the Rolling Stones and Billie Eilish, said Wednesday they've marked Jan.
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