Visual Arts

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Television
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Looking back at 25 years of Air Farce on TV

Air Farce founding member Don Ferguson shares the behind-the-scenes story about how the troupe made the leap from radio to TV.

Air Farce Productions Inc.
Television
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Photo Gallery: Air Farce in pictures 1971-2017

A visual history of Canada’s iconic comedy troupe Air Farce, which celebrates its 45th anniversary in 2018.

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Business & Finance
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Beauty and the Beast is Canada's top grossing film of 2017

Disney’s live-action remake of Beauty and the Beast towered over its box office competition in Canada, earning $46.744 million in 2017.

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Visual Arts
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Art Gallery of Ontario members frustrated by Infinity Mirrors exhibit ticketing

Overwhelming demand for Yayoi Kasuma’s upcoming March exhibition leads to long online queues for advance tickets.

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Visual Arts
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Dead grasshopper found inside van Gogh masterpiece

A paleo-entomologist couldn’t use the grasshopper to more precisely date the painting. It had died before landing on the canvas.

Culinary Arts
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Robin Gill shares her top Vancouver cultural spots

The Global National Weekend anchor reveals her favourite restaurants, wines, and what kind of art she collects at home.

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Television
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Jessica Holmes makes a big return to CBC's Air Farce

The comedienne dishes on impersonating Céline Dion & Sophie Grégoire Trudeau, opening for Seinfeld, Ellen and Oprah

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Film & Video
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Til Schweiger takes flight in 'The Red Baron'

An interview with one of the stars from the WWI-set action film

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Film & Video
1093 Words

Critical decision

Former Toronto Star film critic Catherine Dunphy shares the stories that made her say goodbye to movie reviewing.

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Television
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One-on-one with Elvira Kurt

The comedienne talks about her Comedy Network show ‘Popcultured’ and why Canadian culture doesn’t need a leg up

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Television
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Inside the Mind of Rick Mercer

We speak to the comedian and Canadian icon, in the midst of the second season of his news satire show, ‘Monday Report’