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Diddy admits beating ex-girlfriend Cassie, says he’s sorry, calls his actions ‘inexcusable’

Diddy admits beating ex-girlfriend Cassie, says he’s sorry, calls his actions ‘inexcusable’

London judge rejects Prince Harry’s bid to add allegations against Rupert Murdoch in tabloid lawsuit

London judge rejects Prince Harry’s bid to add allegations against Rupert Murdoch in tabloid lawsuit

Kecia Lewis delivers in Broadway’s ‘Hell’s Kitchen’, earns a Tony nomination

Kecia Lewis delivers in Broadway’s ‘Hell’s Kitchen’, earns a Tony nomination

Lewis portrays the formidable piano teacher Miss Liza Jane
Embrace the joy of living: West Kootenay Francophone fest goes May 25

Embrace the joy of living: West Kootenay Francophone fest goes May 25

Francophone association ready to celebrate the long-awaited event
Q&A: Kevin Costner on unveiling his Western saga ‘Horizon’ at Cannes

Q&A: Kevin Costner on unveiling his Western saga ‘Horizon’ at Cannes

The project has been more than 30 years in the making
Richard Gere on draft dodgers, activism and why ‘Oh Canada’ was not shot in Canada

Richard Gere on draft dodgers, activism and why ‘Oh Canada’ was not shot in Canada

Richard Gere says he contemplated coming to Canada to avoid being sent to the Vietnam War
Vancouver Island’s Pentlatch Gallery showcases Indigenous art from across Canada

Vancouver Island’s Pentlatch Gallery showcases Indigenous art from across Canada

Parksville gallery hosts range of works by well-known and less well-known artists
Another Lainey night at the Academy of Country Music Awards

Another Lainey night at the Academy of Country Music Awards

Wilson wins female artist of the year and top prize of entertainer of the year during Texas event
Hollywood taps Vancouver Island castle for another movie shoot

Hollywood taps Vancouver Island castle for another movie shoot

Filming wraps up at Colwood’s Hatley Castle for romance starring Harvey Keitel, Faye Dunaway
‘More than just my race’: B.C. artist raps about life as a minority

‘More than just my race’: B.C. artist raps about life as a minority

Tae Hauk grew up in Kelowna as one of the few visible minorities in his community