Thousands flock to festivals around the world to celebrated with music, mud and so much more.
The federal government says two paintings by Quebec artist Alfred Pellan, pulled down too make space for a portrait of the Queen, will be placed up somewhere the public can enjoy them.
Vivid drawings done by acclaimed British artist David Hockney on an iPhone and an iPad will make their North American debut at Toronto’s Royal Ontario Museum.
Hundreds of independent record stores in the U.S. have signed a letter criticizing music superstars Jay-Z and Kanye West for signing exclusive release deals with iTunes and Best Buy for their Watch the Throne collaboration
A judge has ruled that Marvel Worldwide Inc. superheroes will remain the property of the
company, despite claims by heirs to the artist who played a key role in creating them that they are entitled to the copyrights.
After the workers at a luxury Central Park condominium discover the penthouse billionaire has stolen their retirement, they plot the ultimate revenge: a heist to reclaim what he took from them.
Cheap Trick, the band that left the Ottawa Bluesfest main stage just moments before it collapsed, says it wants a full accounting of what went wrong.
Canadian director David Cronenberg will premiere his A Dangerous Method at the Venice Film Festival this fall, the festival has confirmed.
Amy Winehouse left a trove of unreleased music, but no decision has been made about whether it will be released, people close to the singer say.
The Ontario government is quietly proposing bending the rules for Hollywood celebrities by allowing them to bring in their own bodyguards — rules that weren’t stretched for Bollywood stars in Toronto last month.