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Amber Heard accuses Depp of throwing bottles like 'grenades'

Amber Heard accuses Depp of throwing bottles like 'grenades'

LONDON — Amber Heard alleged in a British court on Wednesday that ex-husband Johnny Depp threw "30 or so bottles" at her as if they were “grenades or bombs” during a drunken and frenzied assault in Australia in March 2015 that also saw him accidental
Review: A Marie Curie biopic in 'Radioactive'

Review: A Marie Curie biopic in 'Radioactive'

It was dirty work, Marie and Pierre Curie's discovery of radium and polonium.
More COVID-19 deaths at for-profit nursing homes in Ontario, study finds

More COVID-19 deaths at for-profit nursing homes in Ontario, study finds

TORONTO — For-profit long-term care homes in Ontario saw significantly worse outbreaks of COVID-19 and more related deaths than their non-profit or municipally run counterparts, according to a new study released on Wednesday.
Review: Don't watch 'The Rental' from an Airbnb, just saying

Review: Don't watch 'The Rental' from an Airbnb, just saying

To the list of established movie genres, we must now add another: the Airbnb horror film. Wait! A sub-genre: The pandemic-era Airbnb horror film.
Kim K asks public to show compassion, empathy to Kanye West

Kim K asks public to show compassion, empathy to Kanye West

NEW YORK — Kim Kardashian West is asking the public to show compassion and empathy to husband Kanye West, who caused a stir this week after fulminating in a series of social media posts. She says he is bipolar.
'White Lie' directors on the real scams behind their film about fake cancer

'White Lie' directors on the real scams behind their film about fake cancer

TORONTO — Canadian filmmaking duo Yonah Lewis and Calvin Thomas say their new film, "White Lie," is set in the moral grey zone of online deception. We all construct distorted versions of ourselves on social media, the writer-directors say.
Alberta country singer Tenille Townes scores leading six CCMA Awards nominations

Alberta country singer Tenille Townes scores leading six CCMA Awards nominations

Rising Alberta singer Tenille Townes is leading the Canadian Country Music Association Awards with six nominations this year. The Grande Prairie, Alta.
Canadian warships give 'Greyhound' authentic touch thanks to Ont. naval consultant

Canadian warships give 'Greyhound' authentic touch thanks to Ont. naval consultant

TORONTO — From script to sea, there are many Canadian connections to the new Second World War drama "Greyhound." Gordon Laco of Midland, Ont.
Dogs young and old experiencing separation anxiety as owners return to work

Dogs young and old experiencing separation anxiety as owners return to work

Sharon Robinson scours the house for her shoes, then has to sneak past the guard at her front door before she can leave for work each day.
Britain's Prince Philip, 99, makes rare public appearance

Britain's Prince Philip, 99, makes rare public appearance

LONDON — Britain’s Prince Philip has made a rare public appearance as he attended a military ceremony at Windsor Castle to transfer a long-held ceremonial role to his daughter-in-law Camilla.
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