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An editor tried to publish Weinstein allegations 20 years ago and more stories you might have missed
Your weekly roundup of the best arts stories from across the CBC network.
How to make a leather laptop sleeve — because your computer needs fall fashion too
Temperatures are dropping and you're probably wearing your favourite leather jacket right now. Why not let your computer get in on the fun?
Interrupt This Program: Mexico City — Artists Breaking Apathy
In a city riddled by violence, a strong artistic countermovement is breaking apathy towards femicide and crime.
CBC Arts: Exhibitionists — Scale
Shadow a Canadian photographer as he joins a search party for missing persons in Mexico
Who picks up the pieces after police brutality destroys families? This film explores the 'Residue'
Bill Murray and Jan Vogler: an unlikely duo teams up for a musical collaboration
Afropunk is both a music fest and safe space — and Canadians are crossing the border to join in
How learning music can benefit a child's brain
When powerful men run the show, can Hollywood really stamp out abuse?
See how one acclaimed artist brings some 'magic' into her daily routine
How the punk scene, politics and activism have evolved over the years, according to Propagandhi
The Next Chapter
Why singer-songwriter Louise Burns can't stop reading this book about the pop music machine
These coyote sculptures in Mexico are guiding migrants to safety
'Like we were locked in the bathrooms of our own house': Play uses metaphor to explore colonization
What happens when a show has bad fans?
The internet calls women fans 'fake nerds' — this artist is fighting back
Jesse Wente on the 'golden age' of Indigenous cinema
Why you should read War and Peace on your phone
Places We Make Art
If the cottage is your happy place, you'll connect with this Toronto musician
This South African film is flipping the spaghetti western on its head
What 'The Curious Incident' reveals about the experience of autism