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Arts Hours of Culture: Four things you should check out this week

Monday April 20 to Sunday April 26

The Voice- Lana Slezic’s documentary about former CBC Radio host Andy Barrie, who retired in 2010 after being diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, chronicles his life since undergoing a treatment called Deep Brain Stimulation. (lanaslezic.com)

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Inside Amy Schumer- Season three of the sketch comedy show premieres Tuesday. Schumer is one of the funniest comedians working today, so you really should check this show out. (thecomedynetwork.ca)

Michael Buckner/Getty Images for SXSW

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Shad debuts on q- Yes, it’s lower case now. More importantly, Monday marks the debut of Juno award-winning hip-hop artist Shad as the new host of CBC’s arts and culture radio show. (cbc.ca)

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American Oxygen- The third track to be released from Rihanna’s forthcoming album sees the singer turning a critical eye on the American dream. (youtube.com)

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