Please give Yoko Ono's $17,000 rock back

Our pop culture contributor discusses John Krasinski's new horror film, Drake's new single, and an alleged art theft at Yoko Ono's current exhibition in Toronto.
Police say the rock had been on display as part of an art exhibit by renowned artist Yoko Ono, also the widow of the late Beatles singer John Lennon, and is worth an estimated $17,500 US. (Toronto Police Service , Getty Images)

Every week, pop culture contributor Anne T. Donahue stops by q to share two things she loves and one thing that she could live without — we call it "two goods and a bad." For the two things she loves this week, Donahue discusses John Krasinski's new horror film, A Quiet Place, and the video for Drake's new single "Nice For What," directed by Toronto's own Karena Evans. As for her bad, she talks about an alleged art theft at Yoko Ono's interactive art installation currently on display at the Gardiner Museum in Toronto. The missing object is a stone with the words "Love Yourself" written on it, valued at more than $17,000.

Produced by Vanessa Greco 

Drake, "Nice For What"


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