OJ Simpson Elected Trump

Before OJ Simpson trial fads, music, books, news and even basic culture moved at the speed of years.  Something simple as popular music traveled from the coasts towards the rest of the continental United States took a few years. I … Continue reading »

Fred Korematsu Day

January 30th is “Fred Korematsu Day of Civil Liberties and the Constitution” Fred Toyosaburo Korematsu was an American civil rights activist objecting to the internment of Japanese Americans during World War II. Shortly after the Imperial Japanese Navy launched its … Continue reading »

Hum Croatia

Hum is officially listed as the smallest town in the world. On its western side, the town is enclosed by walls and on the remaining sides houses are built into the defensive walls. It was first mentioned in documents dating … Continue reading »

Canada’s Women Filmmakers in the Spotlight

Telefilm Canada and the Rogers Group of Funds are pleased to announce the latest Canadian English-language and French-language feature-length documentaries to receive funding support under the Theatrical Documentary Program. They are: Jennifer Baichwal’s and Edward Burtynsky’s Anthropocene; Brigitte Berman’s The Gordon Pinsent Documentary; … Continue reading »

Superdelegates Don’t Sound Legit …

They sound like they’re part of a shady government work-around, but Samantha Bee is here to explain why your “Superdelegate Hit list” is actually really dumb. In American politics, a “superdelegate” is a delegate to the Democratic National Convention who is seated automatically and chooses for … Continue reading »

The Wizarding World Of Harry Potter Now Open

Harry Potter film talent, Warwick Davis (Professor Flitwick), Tom Felton (Draco Malfoy), Evanna Lynch (Luna Lovegood), and James and Oliver Phelps (Fred and George Weasley), joined Universal Studios Hollywood’s President, Larry Kurzweil and the Hogwarts Express conductor to officiate today’s eagerly-awaited opening of “The Wizarding World of Harry Potter™” … Continue reading »

2.4 Million Canadians Still Believe

The truth is, Canadians still believe, as preliminary overnight data from Numeris reveals 2.4 million viewers watched Part 1 of THE X-FILES two-night, out-of-this-world debut last night on CTV. With playback data still to be released, it was the most-watched … Continue reading »

Travel Destination :: Croatia

Croatia is already well known for its amazing coast and crystalline sea, but for those whose dream vacation isn’t just soaking up sun on the beach, Croatia’s interior can fulfill the expectations of travelers who wish to get off the … Continue reading »

More Canadian Go to Doctor for Depression

New research announced today by Morneau Shepell found that depression is now equal to high blood pressure as a top reason Canadians see physicians. Depression was the top-ranked condition by 24% of physician respondents, equal to high blood pressure, which … Continue reading »

Ice-fishing Festival to Kick Off in Hwacheon

Opening on Saturday, the Hwacheon Sancheoneo Ice Festival, which is organized by Foundation NARA, will run through Jan. 31 in the Gangwon provincial town, 118 kilometers northeast of Seoul, offering about 70 various programs and activities, including bare hand fishing … Continue reading »

15th Annual Movies For Grownups Award

The 15th Annual Movies for Grownups Award winners are: Career Achievement: Michael Douglas Best Picture: Spotlight Best Actress: Lily Tomlin, Grandma Best Actor: Bryan Cranston, Trumbo Best Supporting Actress: Diane Ladd, Joy Best Supporting Actor: Mark Rylance, Bridge of Spies … Continue reading »

Tracking Trudeau

Canada voted in its first new leader in nearly a decade in a general election that handed Justin Trudeau’s Liberal party an absolute majority — and dealt a stunning blow to incumbent Prime Minister Stephen Harper and his Conservative party. … Continue reading »