8 Reasons Why Rihanna and Drake Could Be the Next Beyoncé and Jay Z
They're Both Super Successful: Rih is currently traveling the world and singing her heart out to sold-out arenas for her Anti world tour. Her latest album reached outrageous numbers and continues to blow other hits out of the water on the ... Drake has ...
Broadway giant James 'Jimmy' Nederlander dead at 94
Innovative ways to get people into those arenas prompted changes to the industry that continue to be felt. In 1992, Nederlander's and Ticketmaster were the first to give Broadway theatregoers the ability to select their own seat location. The concept ...
How Canada's Philanthropic Pop Industrial Complex Took Over The World
He's from Canada (Toronto, to be exact). And his rise wasn't just the result of a fortuitous tweet .... Nearly half of FACTOR applications were rejected last year, mostly in the juried album and demo track arenas. On the flip side, labels with $100,000 ...
Billy Talent confront their fears on Afraid of Heights
Veteran Toronto alt-rock band Billy Talent is back with Afraid of Heights — an ode to coping with internal and external anxieties.
Opinion: Nothing certain in B.C. except death, taxes and foreign investment
Premier Christy Clark and Finance Minister Michael de Jong, discuss amendments regarding housing issues in Greater Vancouver from the South lawn during a press conference at the Legislature in Victoria, B.C., Monday, July 25, 2016. CHAD HIPOLITO / THE ...
Veteran TV director Henry Irizawa covering his 10th Olympics this year in Rio
Comox Valley Record
Not when they're 19-year-old millionaires. It's totally different. It's a business ... He took a winter off to “ski my brains out” at Whistler, and when ski season ended he went to CBC Vancouver to see if they had any job openings. “One thing led to ...
Tourney bid handcuffed by city size | The London Free Press
London Free Press
Some 10 years ago London decided the world junior hockey championship was priced out of reach of a community the size of London. The comment came from ...
BC home tax may catch on
Charles Sousa says he welcomes the 15 per cent tax that the B.C. government will charge foreign nationals looking to snap up homes in Vancouver's scorching real estate market. Sousa says he is part of a committee, alongside Federal Finance Minister ...