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LONDON—It had been a magical mystery tour as Paul McCartney led James Corden through his hometown of Liverpool during a Carpool Karaoke segment on CBS’ The Late Late Show. Thursday’s...
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Chris, a short form for Christopher, Christophe or Christina, is one of North America’s most common names. You likely knew a Chris growing up, you probably went to school with...
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That was the deal in Toronto this week, when the stage was set for Oxford educated Amal Clooney — human rights lawyer and miscellaneous glossy haired goddess — as well as her...
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LOS ANGELES—ABC, which cancelled its Roseanne revival over its star’s racist tweet, said Thursday it will air a Conner family sitcom minus Roseanne Barr this fall. ABC ordered 10 episodes...
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About three weeks after ABC abruptly canceled the revival of “Roseanne” following Roseanne Barr’s racist tweet, the network has ordered a spinoff – without Barr attached. The working title is...
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T. Rex, you’re all teeth, no arms. Velociraptor, step aside. There’s a new dino monster stomping into Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom. Beware of the Indoraptor, the supervillainous hybrid dinosaur created as...
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Even if you think you know what 1976 looked like in Los Angeles, prepare to be amazed by the Barbra Streisand/Kris Kristofferson version of A Star is Born, which hits...
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The Perfect Couple, Elin Hilderbrand, Little, Brown   Little, Brown The Summer I Met Jack, Michelle Gable, St. Martin’s   St. Martin s Press When Life Gives You Lululemons, Lauren Weisberger, Simon & Schuster   Simon...
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In Hollywood, so do multibillion dollar properties. Hence the action fivequel Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom, which roars into theatres Friday poised to devour the box office 25 years after the first...
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My Twenty Five Years in Provence Reflections on Then and Now, by Peter Mayle, Appetite, 192 pages; $29.95   Penguin Random House Earlier this year, we lost Peter Mayle, one of the most...
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As narrators go, Finn, this novel’s principal teller of the tale, a wealthy English investment advisor, is reliable enough, though he may be withholding some details. At any rate, it...
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If you’re ever lucky enough to be invited by David Sedaris as a houseguest, it is advised to keep any ghost sightings or dream talk to yourself. The beloved essayist...
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In 2014, Maria Mutch was a Governor General’s Award finalist for her memoir Know the Night. Among other topics, the book explored insomnia and polar exploration, both themes that make...
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Renton. Sick Boy. Spud. Begbie. The boys from Leith helped define Edinburgh and the UK’s club and drug culture in the early 1990s in the cult classic book and movie...
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Less than a month after ABC cancelled the hit revival of Roseanne because of a racist tweet by Barr, the network has decided to go forward with a spinoff that...
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Will Mackin knows war. He knows its horror and humiliation, its long spells of boredom and eruptions of violence, knows, too, its propensity for farce. And like Joseph Heller and...
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Jess Kidd follows her remarkable debut, Himself, with another spellbinding, Irish infused tale, Mr. Flood’s Last Resort.   Travis McBride Mr. Flood’s Last Resort, by Jess Kidd, Atria Books, 340 pages, $35.00.   Atria Books...
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Toronto author Kyo Maclear was named the winner of the $20, 000 Trillium Book Award for her memoir Birds Art Life, published by McClelland and Stewart, at a gala event at...
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The prolific content machine has no shortage of promising premises, but rarely does an interesting story build enough momentum beyond its first season to rise to the next level, and...
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Fifty years ago this month, it made for the most chilling of movie posters a black baby carriage on a hill, superimposed over the face of a resting woman played...