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20:23 Southern rock legend Gregg Allman dies, age 69

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20:21 The Bill Cosby trial: What happened and what happens next

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15:58 Kylie Minogue 'rekindles romance' with ex Olivier Martinez months after Joshua Sasse split

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14:45 Judge in Bill Cosby Case Declares a Mistrial

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13:37 Game of Thrones episode shown in Spain apparently by mistake

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12:02 Justin Bieber turned down by girl on social media

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12:41 Daniel Craig announces return as James Bond

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22:26 Tragically Hip biography ‘The Never-Ending Present’ coming in 2018

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  • Canuck theatre to watch in 2014

    December 26, 2013 2:07 PM 11

    TORONTO – From an ice champion doing a jazzy song-and-dance act onstage, to a literary legend helming an opera and Canadian performers making their mark on Broadway, the upcoming year in theatre finds several Canucks stepping outside their traditional boundaries. “Chicago”: Three-time world champion figure skater Elvis Stojko will try to razzle dazzle

  • Paul Walker to live on in Fast & Furious 7

    December 25, 2013 4:07 PM 9

    MONTREAL - It’s official: Universal Studios will indeed use the Paul Walker footage it has in the can in this movie Fast & Furious 7 because, you know, that would be the best way for the studio big shots to show respect for the money the late actor can earn them. Walker’s death in a car crash Nov. 30 left the picture half-made, but as Universal confirmed

  • Finish Christmas with Wachusett

    December 25, 2013 5:17 AM 8

    Dec. 25: Ski out your Christmas Day, Wachusett Mountain — Wachusett Mountain opens at 4 p.m. on Christmas Day for riding and skiing into the night. Try out that new gift or just get off the couch and move. Dec. 27: Sugar on snow, Mount Sunapee, N.H. — Enjoy the quaint and delicious New England tradition of sugar on snow all day today, slopeside at Sunapee

  • Animator Frederic Back, two-time Oscar winner, dies at 89

    December 24, 2013 8:14 PM 5

    A beloved figure in the world of animation, Back was nominated for four Oscars over the course of his career. He was also a prolific artist and illustrator, getting his start in the graphics department of Radio-Canada's first-ever television station. Back produced his first animation short, "Abracadabra" in 1970. Over the next decade he directed five more shorts

  • ‘I don’t believe in heaven or hell’

    December 24, 2013 7:37 PM 10

    Singer says she has a great relationship with religious parents Pop singer Katy Perry believes in a “higher power” but forget about heaven and hell. In a new interview with the U.S. edition of Marie Claire, the 29-year-old songbird — who was raised in a devout Christian home — claims she no longer believes in a single religion. Her pronouncement will no doubt

  • Man recreates 'Home Alone' for Christmas card

    December 24, 2013 5:16 PM 5

    'Paul's Home Alone Christmas Card' disturbingly hilarious Okay, if you haven't finished Christmas shopping, you probably don't have time for this. But if you're home relaxing, or at work waiting for the clock to hit 4 p.m., you might find this Home Alone Christmas card disturbingly hilarious. An adult man named Paul Little has created a virtual greeting

  • Toronto Raptors to Host ‘Drake Night’ on January 11

    December 24, 2013 2:53 PM 20

    As Jay Z’s fiscal relationship with the Brooklyn Nets dissolves, another rap mogul’s star rises with his own hometown team. Having already been named the Global Ambassador of the team, the Toronto Raptors are now holding “Drake Night” on January 11, incidentally on a game against the Brooklyn Nets. Drake Night is no longer defined as just sitting at home in designer

  • Adams: David O. Russell is unique

    December 24, 2013 9:17 AM 5

    Amy Adams has learned to be "focused" thanks to director David O. Russell. The actress appeared in David's 2010 hit The Fighter and also stars in his latest offering, American Hustle. She loves working with the director, but admits his intense way of working can be a struggle at times. "It can be frustrating but at the same time what I've developed with him is this extreme

  • 'The Vampire Diaries': Torrey DeVitto engaged after Paul Wesley split?

    December 24, 2013 8:32 AM 6

    DeVitto appeared on the CW series as Meredith Fell, and she was married to Paul Wesley. He still stars on the series as Stefan Salvatore. The couple announced their divorce back in July. Who is the new man in DeVitto's life? She is dating Carlos Munoz. He is a surfer. Not much is known about their relationship or how long the pair have been dating. He posted

  • Llewyn Davis a funny, sad look back at the 1960s

    December 24, 2013 1:11 AM 4

    Llewyn Davis is a folksinger about to be buried by a revolution Llewyn Davis, the noble hero/pathetic schlep of Inside Llewyn Davis — this being a Coen brothers movie, he’s both — is a folksinger in 1961 Greenwich Village. He’s good, but not good enough, a journeyman about to be buried by a revolution (waiting in the wings: Bob Dylan) who drags his sorry