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- Allan Hawco pays homage to James Garner
- Casey Kasem's remains sent to Montreal
- Philip Seymour Hoffman didn't want children to be 'trust fund' kids says court filing read comments
- Maverick star James Garner dead at 86 read comments video
- Winnipeg fringe festival actor called 'blasphemer' for play video audio
- FILM REVIEW: Boyhood
- FILM REVIEW: Boyhood by Eli Glasner Jul. 19, 2014 5:00 AM Boyhood is a cinematic time machine powered by actors, patience and planning says CBC film reviewer Eli Glasner.
- Goddess of Thunder? The new female Thor by Eli Glasner Jul. 15, 2014 1:50 PM Marvel introduces a female Thor to premiere in a new comicbook series in October, CBC's resident comic book expert reacts.
- FILM REVIEW: Life Itself by Eli Glasner Jul. 11, 2014 11:50 AM The wit and voice of film critic Roger Ebert lives on in Life Itself, a new documentary from director Steve James. By focusing the camera on Ebert's life and death it's a fitting tribute says Eli Glasner
- It's official: There's no shame in loving TV! by Jelena Adzic Jul. 10, 2014 2:02 PM The Emmy nominations reflect a heightened quality of writing, a growing diversity in roles and a championing of women on the screen, writes Jelena Adzic.
- Robin Thicke: Riding a wave of ick straight to the top of the charts? by Cheryl Brown Jul. 3, 2014 3:04 PM Last year, Robin Thicke had the song of the summer with the titillating Blurred Lines.This year, he's capitalizing on creepy with his new album Paula, a 14-track confessional seemingly aimed at winning back his estranged wife.
- This Retrofitted Bus Is Providing A Safe Place To Shower For San Francisco’s Homeless Jul. 7, 2014 12:43 pm Lava Mae is a San Francisco-based non-profit that retrofits city buses as public showers for the homeless.
- How neo-Nazis are using hipster culture to stay relevant Jul. 21, 2014 6:19 PM Over the past year, the hipsterification of the German neo-Nazi scene has begun to gain steam, says journalist Thomas Rogers
- Bryan Lee O'Malley's Seconds: Who should play Katie? Jul. 21, 2014 4:10 PM O'Malley's latest graphic novel, Seconds, has just hit bookstore shelves and we're wondering who would be a great Katie in the event of an adaptation, to match Michael Cera's kick-ass Scott Pilgrim.
- Getting up close and personal with strangers Jun. 27, 2014 2:23 PM
- Monty Python's last show: The parrot is really dead
- The International 4: DOTA 2 winners Team Newbee crowned
- Monty Python performs last show ever at London's O2 Arena
- James Garner, Maverick star, dead at 86
- Philip Seymour Hoffman didn't want children to be 'trust fund' kids says court filing
- Sensitive Skin's Kim Cattrall on aging and good TV
- Jason Biggs says 'sorry' for Malaysian Airlines joke
- Monty Python's farewell show has plenty of antics
- Céline Dion insists husband René Angelil 'is doing really well'
- 24, Jack Bauer returns with 12-episode miniseries