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From winning a couple of Grammys earlier this year to playing at President Barack Obama’s inauguration, Sugarland’s been on a sweet, sweet ride.
BLACKBURN, Scotland — Susan Boyle lives alone in a row house with her cat Pebbles, a drab existence in one of Scotland’s poorest regions.
CHICAGO — He never sang to the feds, but it turns out Al Capone had a song in his heart. All it took was a stint in Alcatraz to bring it out.
omorrow night, Winnipeg’s Lindsey White Band arrives for a gig at The Matchbox. Performing soul and blues music with a DIY-rock attitude, the smooth voiced keyboardist presents original songs alongside choice covers.
Even before they played their first note together, they were listed as one of the world’s most inspiring orchestras.
The makers of the hit movie Slumdog Millionaire have donated US$747,500 to a charity devoted to improving the lives of street children in Mumbai, the filmmakers said Thursday.
he truthfulness of personal memory when distilling the events of long ago is explored in a new work by Red Deer playwright Blaine Newton.
Gail Prosser has always been handy, but now she’s teaching Canada’s biggest bunglers how to be as well.
A cross-cultural comedy created by Red Deer College students is up for two Alberta Motion Picture Industries Association awards.
From the first week to the last, Toronto fashion designer Sunny Fong seemed a step above the competition on reality television show Project Runway Canada.
Olivia Harrison, left, widow of former Beatles guitarist George Harrison, and their son Dhani touch Harrison’s new star during a posthumous Hollywood Walk of Fame star dedication for the late Beatle in Los Angeles, Tuesday.
The race for one million followers on Twitter is on: In one corner is CNN; in the other, Ashton Kutcher.
A rosette fashioned from splintered pieces of the Titanic’s grand staircase and a simple canvas bag used to transport one man’s belongings to his grieving widow were unveiled Tuesday in Halifax, where 150 victims of the infamous maritime disaster are buried.
Mel Gibson’s wife of 28 years filed for divorce Monday, citing irreconcilable differences.
The tough economic climate should pose more opportunities than obstacles for emerging fashion designers just starting their careers, says Project Runway Canada host Iman.
A spring snowfall has blanketed Central Alberta, forcing residents to break out snow shovels and winter coats again.
Barely a day after the daring rescue of an American sea captain, cable TV’s Spike announced a deal Monday to produce a show about U.S. Navy pirate hunters.
Forget sex, drugs and rock ’n’ roll: if you want a long career as a pop singer, you’ll need to drink water, exercise and — occasionally — just shut up.
LOS ANGELES — Rock music producer Phil Spector was convicted Monday of second-degree murder in the shooting death of a film actress at his mansion six years ago.
Four Canadians have made it to the final round of casting for Season 10 of The Ultimate Fighter.