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Obituary
Francess Halpenny, 98, was an undisputed star of the editing world Subscriber content
University of Toronto Archives
Television
Our fascination with the super-rich on TV and at the movies is dangerous John Doyle
John Doyle
Extremophiles shines a light on innovative design elements Subscriber content
Margaret Atwood takes to Twitter to respond to criticism of #MeToo Globe op-ed
THE CANADIAN PRESS
After outcry in pay disparity for film reshoots, Mark Wahlberg donates $1.5-million
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THEATRE
Questions still hang over Soulpepper Theatre in wake of Albert Schultz allegations
Obituary
Stanley Hartt, 80, was ‘an articulate advocate for Canada’
The Canadian Press/File
Opinion
Is it Big Brother? Is it art? What if it’s both?
Television
Crashing: A television series with powerful portraits of faith and humour John Doyle
John Doyle
How Sweden became a dominant force in global pop music
Blink Music
Film Review
Review: Michael Bond’s furry metaphor endures in Paddington 2
obituary
Actor Alan Bleviss lent his dramatic voice to film trailers
THE CANADIAN PRESS
Film Review
Review: Aida’s Secrets tries to get to the root of a tangled family tree Subscriber content
Film Review
Review: Do not watch Mountain if you have a fear of heights
THEATRE
Schultz allegations likely to sink Soulpepper’s potential move to St. Lawrence Centre
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Theatre Review
Review: Something is off in Tarragon’s reimagining of Hamlet Subscriber content
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