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The F Word star Daniel Radcliffe opens up about the changes made to the new romantic comedy to keep the U.S. ratings board happy.
Order of Canada recipient Buddy MacMaster, known as the dean of Cape Breton fiddling, has died at age 89.
Self-proclaimed art critic, Istvan Kantor, appears to have targeted the Jeff Koons retrospective at New York City's Whitney Museum of American Art.
SoundCloud,the digital playground for many music fans and creators, says it will start paying artists and record labels for the first time by incorporating advertising and doling out royalties.
Beluga whales are proving to be charming participants in the latest webcam project of explore.org as it livestreams the animals where the Churchill River meets Hudson Bay in northern Manitoba.
Paparazzo Aja Oxman is suing pop star Justin Bieber and one of his bodyguards over an altercation on a Hawaiian beach late last year.
The first museum in North America to display only Islamic art will open to the public next month in Toronto.
Billy Crystal will pay tribute to Robin Williams, his longtime friend and fellow comedian, next week's Emmy Awards.
The NFL wants artists to pay for the privilege of playing the Super Bowl halftime show, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal.
A Winnipeg visual artist wants to change how aboriginal people are viewed with Perception, a photo series that shows portraits of Winnipeggers with and without racist labels.
Martial arts movie star Jackie Chan expressed his shame and anger over his son's detention on drug charges in Beijing.
Hollywood stars announced to appear on Stand Up to Cancer, an hour-long telethon set to air on Sept. 5 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on CBC-TV.
The new Daniel Radcliffe film, The F Word, opens Canada-wide this weekend and has a distinct Hamilton connection.
Predicting this year's breakthrough movies is 'really hard' says TIFF's artistic director Cameron Bailey
A Calgary radio station has given up a format featuring shorter versions of songs that it said gave listeners twice the music.