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Digging the dirt on soil

Documentary shows we need to care about a resource that is taken for granted

Digging the dirt on soil

Who could have guessed Open Cinema would resort to showing a dirty movie to celebrate its 10th anniversary?Program director Mandy Leith isn’t worried it will soil the community screening event’s reputation. In fact, she’s all for it.

Cops shine in mean streets

REVIEW End of Watch Where: Empire Capitol 6, Empire University 4, SilverCity Starring: Jake Gyllenhaal, Michael Pena Directed and written by: David Ayer Parental advisory: R, violence, coarse language Rating: 3 1/2 (out of five) The life of a policem

Digging the dirt on soil

Who could have guessed Open Cinema would resort to showing a dirty movie to celebrate its 10th anniversary?Program director Mandy Leith isn’t worried it will soil the community screening event’s reputation. In fact, she’s all for it.

Book shows the world is at every Victorian's doorstep

West Coast scenery is so photogenic that a lot of us get a bit ho-hum about the vistas that surround us, even as tourists from everywhere else are enthralled.

Rebelle chosen Canada's Oscar entry

Montreal film-maker Kim Nguyen's child-soldier drama Rebelle (War Witch) has been named Canada's selection for best foreign-language Oscar.
Flashpoint aims to bow on high point

Flashpoint aims to bow on high point

Canadian-made series, now starting its final season, is shown in more than 100 jurisdictions around the world

Met explores Warhol impact

Andy Warhol's far reaching impact on contemporary art is the subject of a new exhibition at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Annie Lennox marries again

Annie Lennox has married for a third time. The Scottish singersongwriter's publicist confirmed Lennox married American Dr. Mitch Besser in a private ceremony Saturday in London.

Smash gets more Broadway talent for new season

Smash has added more Broadway talent to its upcoming second season. Jesse L. Martin, an original cast member from the Broadway cast of Rent, will join the NBC musical drama for a six-episode arc, the network said.