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Ugandan students bring dance and music to Ontario to raise money for their school

Suubi is the Luganda word for ‘hope’ – and meeting the young performers of the Suubi Fusion Troupe, it’s a word that’s quite apropos. They’re bright, ambitious, determined, and armed with solid educations and a world of experience (literally) in the performing arts. For most Ugandans, a secondary education can hardly be expected, while the opportunity to travel abroad, and

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Avatar 2 is now scheduled for 2020, with third film coming out one year later

NEW YORK — James Cameron has set the release dates for the next four “Avatar� sequels, with the first coming in 2020. The movie’s Facebook page Saturday posted a photo of Cameron and his massive film crew, who have been working on all four films simultaneously. The post said “Avatar 2� will hit theatres Dec. 18, 2020, and “Avatar 3�

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How Georgia O’Keeffe’s contribution to American modernism was planted deeper than petals and poppies

After graduating secondary school, Georgia O’Keeffe told her classmates, “I am going to live a different life from the rest of you girls. I am going to give up everything for my art.� It was 1905; 15 years before American women would gain the vote. Women who painted weren’t considered artists, but rather, hobbyists filling their time before their inevitable

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Michael Moore predicts that Donald Trump will be impeached ‘in the middle of his second term’

At an anniversary screening of his documentary Bowling for Columbine at the Tribeca Film Festival on Thursday, Michael Moore shared his thoughts on how, 15 years later, the subject still feels so relevant. “We could release this film again this Friday, sadly, and it would probably be every bit as relevant,� he said, adding statistics about the rise in mass shootings since

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Bill O’Reilly once wrote a book about a fired TV newsman who seeks revenge by murdering his colleagues

After being given the boot by Fox News amidst sexual harassment allegations this week, Bill O’Reilly has a lot of time on his hands, perhaps best spent writing away. Forget a memoir, though. O’Reilly may be best suited to trying his hand at fiction. It wouldn’t be his first time, after all. In addition to his Killing series, the TV pundit wrote

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‘Bars couldn’t keep them apart’: Watch Silence of the Lambs reimagined as a steamy romantic-comedy

Grab yourself some fava beans and a nice chianti, because there can be no better date night than a sweet, sweet viewing of The Silence of the Lambs — the romantic-comedy version, that is. In a reimagined trailer, cut by CineFix on YouTube, the 1991 horror classic has been twisted into a two-minute trailer that will have you craving a little

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How does The Leftovers – a show that has no business being emotionally engaging – make me cry my eyes out?

If someone recommended a television program to me with the promise that it explores a platitude as ridiculous as “It’s harder to be left behind than to leave,� my eyes would roll so violently back into my head that they would come out the other end like bullets through my brain. And yet, there I was earlier this week, watching

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BBC ‘assures’ a ‘concerned fan’ that the next Doctor Who will not be a woman — but why not?

As diehard fans of Doctor Who are well aware, the hunt for the 13th doctor has been underway for some time. The search began when Peter Capaldi, the most recent actor to fill the iconic shoes, announced he was exiting the British series in January, making the 10th season his last. Speculation has centred around countless names, with the most notable including

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