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It's hard to believe it's been a year since the untimely passing of Canadian "Glee" star Cory Monteith. The TV actor and
Cory Monteith was left out of the In Memoriam tribute at the Oscars Sunday night. While he was primarily a TV actor, many
Lea Michele's new song "If You Say So" has been released online, and it will likely have you reaching for the tissues. The
It probably wasn't easy being Lea Michele at the Teen Choice Awards, but the "Glee" star wowed the audience with her elegance
The mother of late 'Glee' actor Cory Monteith has broken her silence nearly three weeks after her son was found dead in a
Enter the editor of The Calgary Herald, Licia Corbella. Ms. Corbella made the decision to write her article "Vancouver's easy drug access may have helped kill Monteith". For those who did not read this article, it is one part diatribe against the safe injection program InSite, one part memory recalling an overheard conversation in Calgary, and one part speculation on what might have happened if Mr. Monteith had been in some other city. While writing is a creative art form used to inform and encourage discussion, one cannot believe that Ms. Corbella would have expected the type of backlash her own simple decision brought upon her head. Social media fervor tumbled out to greet her article with charges that she was insane, ignorant, a typical redneck from Alberta, idiotic... she should be fired immediately for her badly written, poorly researched, horrible opinion. In essence, her risk failed to gain the positive support writers generally hope they will receive.
A Calgary editor who penned a column linking "Glee" star Cory Monteith's death to the Insite safe injection site and Vancouver's
Cory Monteith is gone long before his time, but his positive message for fans lives on. In what Good Morning America is identifying
The death of "Glee" star Cory Monteith is raising questions about the possibility that a particularly potent batch of heroin
Many of us do not include handsome 'Glee' actors in our conception of the addicted individual. Indeed, for some, Mr. Monteith's sunny disposition, talent, and fairytale rise to fame stands in harsh contrast to the seemingly haggard faces and unenviable lives of those that populate street-level drug scenes like that in Vancouver's poverty-stricken Downtown Eastside.