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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.

Boarder sorry after charges

Olympic gold medal snowboarder Shaun White apologized on Tuesday for "unwise choices" that led to him being charged with public intoxication and vandalism after police said he pulled a fire alarm and caused the evacuation of a Tennessee hotel.
U.S. celebs plan 'great' debate

U.S. celebs plan 'great' debate

For a price, you can watch Stewart and O'Reilly trade barbs

Bieber tops on Billboard youth

Justin Bieber topped Billboard's "21 Under 21" list of the world's top young musical acts for the second year in a row, fending off stiff competition from British boy band One Direction.

Victoria poet earns nomination for CBC award

Victoria's Catherine Greenwood is a finalist for the national CBC Poetry Prize. Greenwood's poem, The Texada Queen, is among five English and five French entries selected from more than 2,300 poems sent from across Canada.

Mercer collects his best rants

After 10 years of ranting on the air, Rick Mercer is pushing his opinions on the page. The comedian has been doing the Rick Mercer Report for about a decade now, which famously includes a weekly rant.
Usher, Shakira shake up judging panel on The Voice

Usher, Shakira shake up judging panel on The Voice

R&B star Usher and Colombian singer Shakira will replace Christina Aguilera and Cee Lo Green for the fourth season next year of NBC's hit singing contest The Voice, the network said Monday.