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Exes can be friends amid the hurt, says writer-star

When it comes to bloodlines, it's hard to beat Rashida Jones' - she's the daughter of music industry legend Quincy Jones and actor Peggy Lipton (The Mod Squad, Twin Peaks).
Will & Grace star's new reality

Will & Grace star's new reality

Eric McCormack knows all about the expression "perception is reality." The Toronto-born Emmy winner understands that, for many viewers, the perception is he'll always be Will Truman from Will & Grace.

Toronto educator is dean at VCM

The Victoria Conservatory of Music has hired a new dean, the school announced Thursday. Stephen Green joins the VCM from Toronto, where he has worked as executive director of Children's Music Foundation International since 2010.
Rising star Efron aims for challenges

Rising star Efron aims for challenges

Zac Efron says his movie career is at a crossroads, and the former Disney teen idol is tempted more by less pay and hard graft than blockbusters and big bucks.

One Direction hopes you'll Take Me Home

British-Irish boy band One Direction took the music industry by storm earlier this year when its debut album topped the U.S. Billboard chart, and now the group is planning a second wave of success with a new record due in November.

'Idol' judge Jackson exits

American Idol's game of musical chairs may have taken another casualty as new reports claim Randy Jackson is vacating his post as judge - a spot he's held since the singing competition premièred in 2002.

The Possession is Exorcist sans pea soup

REVIEW The Possession Where: Cineplex Odeon Westshore.

Hip-hop mogul guided stars

New York City police say a hip-hop mogul who managed Sean (Diddy) Combs, 50 Cent and Mariah Carey was found dead in an apparent suicide. Chris Lighty was discovered Thursday at his home in the Bronx with a gunshot wound to the head.

Gosling making directing debut

Ryan Gosling is moving behind the camera to direct his Drive co-star Christina Hendricks in How to Catch a Monster. The Oscar nominee wrote the film, which is described as a "fantasy noir.

Bassist played with Lightfoot

John Stockfish, bass player on Gordon Lightfoot hits such as Sundown, Black Day in July and Song for a Winter's Night, has died at age 69. Stockfish died Aug. 20 of natural causes at his home in Windsor, Ont., his daughter, Jennifer Stockfish, said.