Three Canadians are among the 13 novelists nominated for this year’s Man Booker Prize, one of the world’s top literary prizes for writing in English.
U.S. network ABC says it will no longer pay licensing fees to sources involved in stories.
Larry King, who stepped down last fall from his CNN interview show, is venturing onto the tour circuit this year with stops in Ottawa and Toronto.
Michael Jackson’s mom and four of his siblings announced plans Monday for a tribute concert later this year in Wales, but two of the late singer’s brothers say they oppose the timing of the show.
From the Sky Down, a documentary about U2 by American Davis Guggenheim, is to open the Toronto International Film Festival.
The Charlottetown Festival is considering cancelling some performances The Full Monty due to poor ticket sales.
Friends and family of Amy Winehouse are preparing to say goodbye Tuesday to the British soul singer at a private funeral.
Some Prince Edward Islanders looking for tickets to see Elton John in Summerside in September are surprised to learn the high prices being demanded by resellers are legal.
Britain’s Trinity Mirror newspaper group has announced a review into editorial practices following the explosion of the tabloid phone hacking scandal.