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Toronto Star - Entertainment

Television - 'It's bigger than me': Tychon Carter-Newman on making history as Big Brother's first ever Black winner - "Big Brother Canada" season 9 had a historic finale that featured two Black contestants in the final two. 5 hrs ago

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Entertainment - Opinion - Vinay Menon: Complaining about the Prince smooching Snow White without her consent is the kiss of death for common sense - 7 hrs ago

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Television - Lilly Singh ends NBC late-night show, looks to Universal and Netflix - 8 hrs ago

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Opinion -- The Royal Conservatory's Music of My Life: Mervon Mehta and Peter Simon call famous people they know and ask them to spill their musical beans

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Not your average Mother's Day gift: Reads to surprise and delight -- Sylvia Olsen knits history in 'Unravelling Canada'; a posthumous 'Irreverent Guide' to food and travel from Anthony Bourdain; 'Good Company,' a new novel about family from Cynthia D'Aprix Sweeney and more.

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Books - Review - On the use of exclamation points in Rachel Cusk's new novel 'Second Place,' and what happens when your heroes turn out to be jerks? 18 hrs ago

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Music - How a Toronto teen got an exclusive interview with John Lennon and Yoko Ono in 1969 - 1 day ago

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Aubrey Plaza marries longtime boyfriend director Jeff Baena

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Lilly Singh's network late-night show to wrap as she turns to new projects

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TV's growth is a boon for 'diverse voices' among novelists

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Books - The best new graphic novels including 'a colourful assault on the brain that's worth every minute you invest in it.' Find out what it is - 1 day ago

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Books - Three major prize nods in one day: Michelle Good's novel 'Five Little Indians' makes Cree author an 'emerging writer' at age 65 - 2 days ago

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Books - The bestselling books in Canada for the week ending May 5 - Toronto Star bestsellers lists - 1 day ago

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Bosnia Serbs honour controversial Nobel Literature winner

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PUBLISHERS WEEKLY Bestsellers

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Music -- Rapper G Herbo charged with lying to federal investigators

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Musical Moments -- Musical Moment: Listen to TSO Cello Marie Gélinas play this exquisite piece by J.S. Bach with her husband

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United States -- After pandemic pullback, DJ Khaled shares his 'light show'

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Music -- Justin Bieber postpones Canadian summer tour dates until 2022

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Television - Netflix series signals racial breakthrough in Italian TV - 1 day ago

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Television - Josh Duggar granted release as he awaits child porn trial - 1 day ago

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Television - Opinion - If you liked this Netflix true crime top ten title, here are other shows to explore - 3 hrs ago

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United States -- Pizza chef Bruno DiFabio gets prison time for tax evasion

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Television -- Iraq's prank TV show depicting IS attacks taken off air

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Actor indicted in $227M Ponzi scheme involving film rights

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Judge orders Kevin Spacey accuser to reveal himself in suit

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Toronto film festival plans return to in-person, digital hybrid model for 2021

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Weinstein sues lawyer Jose Baez, seeks return of $1M in fees

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Stage - Only two of the four actors doing the Zoom play 'An Acorn' will have rehearsed it — and that's part of the fun of it - Toronto actors Blythe Haynes and Ryan G. Hinds have been rehearsing a week in advance. English actors Mina Anwar and Darren Jeffries will come into the May 6 performance pretty much cold. 'This isn't theatre, it's not film, it's this new thing we are still exploring,' says Haynes. 2 days ago

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The show will go on, beleaguered performing arts companies hope — but mostly outdoors

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Peggy Baker will cap a storied dance career by making room for other dancers' stories

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'These pieces celebrate strength and resilience.' The Indigenous arts community come together for MMIWG multimedia project

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Visual Arts - Opinion - Thinking globally and shooting locally: Andrew Budziak's #DonValleyProject a clarion call for the environment - With his striking photos, local photographer Budziak is opening our eyes to the threat faced by flora and fauna in our storied watershed - Apr. 27, 2021

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Visual Arts -- Pandemic art helps students and teachers in Toronto cope

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Visual Arts -- Toronto artist Georgia Dickie has something to say about our world and how we live in it

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