Alec Baldwin sues to 'clear his name' in fatal film set shooting
News/World: Saying he wants to clear his name, Alec Baldwin on Friday sued people involved in handling and supplying the loaded gun that he was using when it fired, killing cinematographer Halyna Hutchins during a 2021 filming accident in New Mexico.
Can musicians keep their shows on the road? Heavy costs make touring unrealistic for many acts
News/Entertainment: Concert tours, once a key ingredient in the livelihood of musicians — be they mega popstars, indie favourites or up-and-comers — have become increasingly impractical for many musicians due to pandemic hurdles, inflation and the threat of illness.
Kevin Conroy, who brought Batman's voice to life for a generation of fans, dead at 66
News/Entertainment: Kevin Conroy, the prolific voice actor whose gravelly delivery on Batman: The Animated Series was for many Batman fans the definitive sound of the Caped Crusader, has died at 66.
'She didn't hesitate': The untold story behind a Black Canadian woman's wartime portrait
News/Politics: Thousands of people have seen it over the past 70-plus years: a dramatic oil portrait from 1946 of a Black Canadian woman in a military uniform, standing behind a canteen counter. But almost no one knows her story.
7 Reel Asian Film Festival titles worth your time, and how to watch from home
News/Entertainment: Toronto's Reel Asian Film Festival launched for its 26th year earlier this week, featuring films from creators spread all across the world. CBC gathers some of the most exciting films at this year's festival — many of which are available to stream from anywhere in Canada.
Jury deliberations begin in rape lawsuit against Canadian filmmaker Paul Haggis
News/Entertainment: Jury deliberations are due to start Thursday in a rape civil case against filmmaker Paul Haggis, tasking a six-person panel with sifting through dueling narratives about what happened between him and a publicist on a night in 2013.
This 98-year-old stormed Juno Beach on D-Day. He'll be portrayed in an upcoming documentary
News/Canada/Toronto: Jim Parks still vividly remembers the day he arrived at the beaches of Normandy with his platoon more than 70 years ago. He and his brother are now the subjects of a documentary titled Little Black Devils — From Juno to Putot.
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever succeeds by moving forward and saying farewell
News/Entertainment: How to make a sequel without the hero who inspired it? CBC's Eli Glasner says director Ryan Coogler found a way with the new Marvel movie that pays tribute to Chadwick Boseman while moving the story forward.
Vancouver International South Asian film festival promotes unity in diversity as this year's theme
News/Canada/British Columbia: One of the biggest South Asian film festivals in Canada is kicking off its annual event in Vancouver, B.C., on Thursday, with unity in diversity as this year's theme for all its featured films and documentaries.
Why Quebec fashion retailer Simons is tackling medical aid in dying on its shopping website
News/Canada/Montreal: Jennyfer Hatch chose medical assistance in dying and Simons captured her perspective on life and death in a new video titled All is Beauty. The retailer says the goal was to get behind a project that was less about commerce and more about values.
Mattea Roach wins Jeopardy! Tournament of Champions exhibition match
News/Canada/Nova Scotia: Host Ken Jennings described the match as a "rehearsal" because there was no prize money at stake. Roach, along with Amy Schneider and Matt Amodio, were automatically placed in the semifinals because they're three of the top five players for consecutive games won ever.
Justin Trudeau to appear on Canada's Drag Race spinoff
News/Entertainment: Justin Trudeau is swinging by the "werkroom" on an upcoming spinoff of Canada's Drag Race. Producers of the drag queen competition series say the prime minister will make a special appearance on Canada's Drag Race: Canada vs. the World.