Tall, glinting sculptures sprouting along King Edward Avenue are the latest addition to Ottawa’s public art scene, but the project is far from new.
Young Leilah Poulain drew and painted a portrait of a penguin when she was five, and thanks to an accidental uploading by her mother Rebekah, it’s now hanging at the internationally acclaimed Saatchi Gallery in London, England.
Canadian singer Shania Twain is heading to Las Vegas for a two-year residency at Caesars Palace, starting in December 2012.
Tea Obreht has won the 2011 Orange Prize, the literary honour celebrating female writers of English-language fiction, for her first book, The Tiger’s Wife.
Theatre for One has returned to Times Square, inviting one audience member at a time to see one short play performed by a single actor.
Matt Smith, the youngest actor to tackle the role of Doctor Who, has signed on for another run as the iconic TV time-traveller.
CBC released a primetime lineup on Wednesday that includes two new comedies, two dramas and a new reality TV series hosted by Kevin O’Leary.
Oscar-winning actress Geena Davis says shooting the heroine road movie Thelma & Louise profoundly changed her life because the reaction to the film from women was so extraordinary.
Trailer for Martha Marcy May Marlene