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Sarah Palin Launches Her Own Channel Online | Variety
Sarah Palin – former governor of Alaska, erstwhile candidate for VP of the U.S. and polarizing public figure – has unveiled a new subscription-based Internet TV network that promises direct access to her and her supporters.
Michael Moore Owns Nine Homes
The divorce between filmmaker, anti-capitalist Michael Moore and his wife is bringing many details to surface, including that the two own nine homes, and are worth $50 million.
Johnny Winter dies at age 70 amid European tour
Texas blues icon Johnny Winter, who rose to fame in the late 1960s and '70s for his energetic performances and musical collaborations including with childhood hero Muddy Waters, has died. He was 70.
Jazz musician Charlie Haden dies
Bassist Charlie Haden, who helped change the shape of jazz more than a half-century ago as a member of Ornette Coleman's groundbreaking quartet and liberated the bass from its traditional rhythm section role, has died. He was 76.
Casey Kasem, radio DJ, dead at 82
DJ Casey Kasem has died in Los Angeles. Two days ago, a judge agreed with his daughter to withhold food, hydration and his usual medication from him.
Thailand protesters: Hunger Games salute
Thailand’s military rulers said Tuesday they are monitoring a new form of silent resistance to the coup — a three-fingered salute borrowed from “The Hunger Games” — and will arrest those in large groups who ignore warnings to lower their arms.
Bad copyright rules killed Hadfield's Space Oddity
David Bowie stole a piece of Canadian culture on Wednesday. As you’re probably aware, Chris Hadfield, back when he was the commander of the International Space Station, recorded an iconic version of Bowie’s 1969 song Space Oddity. The inspiring video was
Toronto multi-instrumentalist Nash the Slash dies at age 66
Jeff Plewman, the Toronto electric violinist and experimental musician who performed as Nash the Slash with his face enveloped in surgical bandages, has died. He was 66. His death was announced on Facebook by friend and collaborator Robert Vanderhorst, wh
Chicken Squad trailer
The line between fact and fiction is blurred in the latest marketing campaign for BC chicken, a “parody action movie trailer” called Chicken Squad.
Lost Vincent van Gogh painting found in bank safe
Spanish tax inspectors checking the contents of a safety deposit box discovered a painting believed to be by Dutch master Vincent van Gogh that went missing almost 40 years ago, a tax office source said on Saturday.
Bob Hoskins dead at 71
British actor Bob Hoskins, who rose to fame for his performance in the film Who Framed Roger Rabbit and dozens of others, has died after a bout of pneumonia at the age of 71.
AC/DC to split: report
AC/DC may be announcing their retirement as soon as Tuesday, according to media reports. The famous rock band, which formed in 1973, is one of the most popular and highest-grossing bands of all time.
The cats are coming | National Post
Starting Monday, the Post's Arts & Life department will be counting down to the Internet Cat Video Festival with a few special feline features. What do we have up our sleeves? We're not telling
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