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Review: ‘Everything has been material for scissors to shape’ is a flow of textiles, interrupted

“Everything has been material for scissors to shape” is an awkward exhibition. And I mean that in the best possible way. Three bold works of contemporary art, brilliantly paired with objects owned by the Wing Luke Museum, are crammed into a series of small galleries. Immediately after entering the exhibition, you’re forced to stop...

Cross-country tour during Canada 150 evokes fond centennial memories

Jean Brown felt zero apprehension at the prospect of traversing Canada with husband Norm in their 83-year-old DeSoto Airflow, as the June 29 start of the Coasters Cross Canada Tour fast approached. (Dan Proudfoot/Globe and Mail Update) Jean Brown remembers so clearly her father’s fondness for saying he sold the family farm because he...

Florida bar gets robbed as patrons continue to drink

Memories Lounge in Sarasota, Fla., was hit by two very bold thieves. (Google Street View) You know you're at a hopping bar when a couple of armed gunmen rob the place and nobody really notices. Two alleged robbers stormed into the Memories Lounge in Sarasota, Florida early Sunday morning and made off with cash...

Jasprit Bumrah upset over Jaipur Police using his Champions Trophy no-ball in ads to warn drivers; see poster

Jasprit Bumrah upset over Jaipur Police using his Champions Trophy no-ball in ads to warn drivers Indian fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah is upset with the Jaipur traffic police over a picture of his overstepping being used for an advertisement to warn drivers. The text next to the picture on the billboard read, “Don’t cross...

‘General Hospital’ Spoilers For June 26-30: Sonny Reconsiders Mob Life, Ned’s Wedding Plans, Michael Leaves?

General Hospital spoilers for the upcoming week tease summer romances and big decisions. In last week’s episode of General Hospital, Sonny (Maurice Benard) and Carly (Laura Wright) decided to fly off to Puerto Rico for some private time. Unfortunately, an enemy from the past went after Port Charles’ mob boss and Carly’s life was...

Seth Meyers Proves He’s as Good at Going After Senate Republicans as He Is at Skewering Trump

Ever since his White House Correspondents’ Dinner performance in 2011, we’ve known that Seth Meyers was highly capable of zinging one Donald J. Trump, and zinging him hard. His “A Closer Look” segments have only bolstered that impression. Meyers and his team at Late Night have made so many jokes about Trump that it’s...

TV News Roundup: Heather Graham Joins Cast of ‘Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders’

In today’s roundup, Heather Graham gets a part in “Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders,” and HBO Films releases a first look at Peter Dinklage in “My Dinner with Hervé.” CASTING Heather Graham, Elizabeth Reaser, and Larry Cedar have been cast in “Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders.” Graham will...

Blake Griffin Opts Out Of Contract With The Clippers

Los Angeles Clippers starting power forward Blake Griffin has decided to opt out his contract and will test the free agent market this summer. The news was first reported by Jeff Goodman for ESPN. The decision by Griffin comes to no surprise as the Clippers have failed to win an NBA championship despite having...

Bring me sunshine: the designers being briefed to create a happier planet

This week saw the publication of the 2017 Global Emotions Report, an ambitious survey of the global mood. To compile it, Gallup conducted in-depth interviews with nearly 150,000 people in 142 countries. The report seeks to measure positive and negative daily experiences by asking people to rate their previous day. “Did you feel well...

Prosecutors seek to uphold ‘Making a Murderer’ confession after court affirms it was coerced

March 3, 2006: Brendan Dassey is escorted out of a Manitowoc County Circuit courtroom, in Manitowoc, Wis. The confession of a Wisconsin inmate featured in the Netflix series "Making a Murderer" was improperly obtained and he should be retried or released from prison, a three-judge federal appeals panel ruled. Brendan Dassey was sentenced...

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After a 14-year renovation costing €3.5m (£3m, $3.9m), these gardens in France have gone back in time. ... See MoreSee Less

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