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Arts and Entertainment

Yes, Michelle Obama's co-stars are a pair of puppets.
Rumours of corruption surround the show every year, but the ridiculous nominations still manage to shock.
The buzzy documentary is officially coming to Canada.
An outpouring of love and sweet memories for "Sound of Music" and "Beginners" star.
The pandemic, racial injustice and tension around the American election all impacted his creative process.
The big pop culture winners of the year include "Transplant," "Emily in Paris," "The Queen’s Gambit" and "Schitt’s Creek."
We pay tribute to Alex Trebek, a prime minister, a rock star, an award-winning actress, and trailblazing athletes.
Making a third movie, or a new series, is a deeply terrible idea.
It was only a matter of time before the actress got into home renos.
The Canadian actress who starred in "Never Have I Ever" wants you to know her "20-letter name."
Elliot Page wrote a heartfelt note on Instagram: “I love that I am trans.”
Somehow, there are even more Christmas movies on the way.
The actor was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in 1991, and had surgery to remove a spinal tumour two years ago.
We fact-checked the fourth season of "The Crown" so you don't have to.
Sarah Edmondson said she was "blown away" by how many people got in touch with her to ask for help.