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Boeckner keeps on rockin'

Boeckner keeps on rockin'

Guitarist from Lake Cowichan deals with band breakups by forming a new one

Lawless script hits home

Family dynamics in bootlegging movie were all too familiar for star Shia LaBeouf
McCartney pays for piano project

McCartney pays for piano project

In town for a con-cert last summer, Paul McCartney made his first-ever visit to Detroit's Motown Museum, the legendary two-storey Hitsville USA building where a generation's worth of musical gems were created.
Dishing dirt on rural America

Dishing dirt on rural America

Film evokes church, home and family, yet the picture is not that wholesome

CBS disguises raid book writer

CBS News is disguising the identity of a retired Navy SEAL who wrote a book about the raid that killed Osama bin Laden so it can protect "an American hero" - even though other media outlets have said who he is.

Portrait of three artists

Though the facts of Emily Carr's life have been written down, her story continues to inspire creative interpretations. While I can't abide "docudramas," several cunning approaches to her work have won me over.

'People meter' changed TV ratings game

Twenty-five years ago, when the Big 3 television networks ruled the airwaves, audience measurement firm Nielsen Co. introduced a gizmo called "people meters" that revolutionized the television industry.

Coroner rules in Stallone death

Coroner's officials have determined that Sylvester Stallone's 36-year-old son died from natural causes due to a heart condition. Sage Stallone died in July from a condition that causes blockage of the arteries. No other factors were involved.
'Undercover Boss' series an eye-opener for exec

'Undercover Boss' series an eye-opener for exec

It's a problem that strikes at the heart of what makes Undercover Boss Canada a success: ensuring executives on a mission to infiltrate their company's front lines can do so in secret. After all, the U.S.

Indian dancer captures $30,000 prize

Renowned classical Indian dancer Menaka Thakkar has won this year's Canada Council Walter Carsen Prize for Excellence in the Performing Arts.