It's a bird... it's a plane... it's Todd van der Heyden
One of Canada’s rising news stars talks about anchoring the top-rated English newscast in Montreal and similarities to his favourite comic book alter-ego, Clark Kent
Til Schweiger takes flight in 'The Red Baron'
An interview with one of the stars from the WWI-set action film
Q & A with Liane Balaban
The Genie Award-nominated Canadian actress talks about her lead role in the CBC TV movie, 'Abroad'.
Leah McLaren’s life turns into TV
'The Globe and Mail' columnist turned screenwriter and producer talks about her first TV project, 'Abroad,' a movie she describes as an ode to her 20's
Jesse Camacho is anything but 'Less Than Kind'
The Montreal-born actor talks about the second season of the Canadian cult comedy series.
Top Ten Albums of 2009
10. Mary J. Blige, Stronger with Each Tear: Released to mediocre reviews, Mary J’s latest made the list simply because…
10 Questions with Yuk Yuk's Mark Breslin
The comedy club co-founder chronicles his success through laughter in the audio book, 'The Yuk Yuk's Guide to Canadian Stand-Up'
One-on-one with Bruce McDonald
We sat down with Independent Canadian director Bruce McDonald to quiz him about his unusual zombie movie, 'Pontypool'.
Oscar's new look a winner
Next to the winners (and their attire), the other big talk of Oscar night was the actual ceremony and its…
How to Read… Hunter S. Thompson
Few authors have had the sheer cultural impact of Hunter S. Thompson. Alongside the likes of Ken Kesey and Tom…
Books to watch for in 2009
With the end of the year comes the perpetual rumination on the best of days gone by. Not that there’s…
'Slumdog Millionaire' is no underdog
Last night’s red carpet showed recession chic is not in style yet. The women were gorgeous in long gowns that…
How to Read…Graphic Novels
“Comic book” or “graphic novel” – which term do you use? For most, a graphic novel is the issues of…
How to Read…The End of the World
Since humans became self-aware enough to acknowledge our own mortality, we have spent an inordinate amount of time speculating on…
How to Read... 'The Simpsons'
The Peabody and Emmy award winning show has long been lauded for its successful lampooning of contemporary American culture. It is quite possible that no show has ever done it better... but if you think you’ve peeled back all the layers, there are a few authors who might have you beat.
How to Read...The New Millennium
Ah, the classics. Hemingway. Salinger. Steinbeck. All iconic authors of the 20th Century, all the creators of classics that are still studied and honored today. And many of these classics have received the highest honour any book can receive; inclusion in Oprah’s Book Club.
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