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Toronto's Inside Out LGBTQ film festival postponed to October

Toronto's Inside Out LGBTQ film festival postponed to October

TORONTO — Inside Out, which is billed as Canada's largest LGBTQ film festival, has been postponed until October. Organizers say the Toronto event originally scheduled for May will now go ahead from Oct. 1-11 due to the COVID-19 crisis.
Britain's Prince Charles tests positive for new coronavirus

Britain's Prince Charles tests positive for new coronavirus

LONDON — Prince Charles, the heir to the British throne, has tested positive for the new coronavirus, his office said Wednesday.
Stars not aligned for astrologers during COVID-19, as horoscopes dish outdated advice

Stars not aligned for astrologers during COVID-19, as horoscopes dish outdated advice

The stars haven't aligned for astrologers in the age of COVID-19. The pandemic has forced some writers and editors to move mountains — or in this case, planets — to have future horoscopes reflect the changing times.
Taylor Swift's publicist takes aim at Kim Kardashian in feud

Taylor Swift's publicist takes aim at Kim Kardashian in feud

LOS ANGELES — The Kanye West and Taylor Swift public beef has reignited again with the ongoing feud now involving his wife and Swift's publicist.
Cricket captain, Bollywood star send virus message to India

Cricket captain, Bollywood star send virus message to India

NEW DELHI — India cricket captain Virat Kohli and his Bollywood actress wife Anushka Sharma have posted a video message to their compatriots urging them to stay at home for the next three weeks in a bid to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
In 'Crip Camp,' a rare spotlight for disability rights

In 'Crip Camp,' a rare spotlight for disability rights

PARK CITY, Utah — It wasn't Judith Heumann's first standing ovation, but it might have been her loudest. Heumann, who had polio as a baby and uses a wheelchair, has for decades been one of the leading figures of the disability rights movement.
Review: Readers will find much to like in `The K Team'

Review: Readers will find much to like in `The K Team'

“The K Team," Minotaur, by David Rosenfelt Readers who have followed David Rosenfelt’s 21 novels about New Jersey attorney and dog rescuer Andy Carpenter will find much to like — and familiar characters — in “The K Team.
As COVID-19 shutters salons, Canadians take hair into their own hands

As COVID-19 shutters salons, Canadians take hair into their own hands

Stylists are bracing for a tangle of misbegotten hairdos as the COVID-19 pandemic has shuttered salons, prompting Canadians to reveal their true colours or risk primping their own tresses. P.E.I.
How to protect yourself and others from infection as COVID-19 cases increase

How to protect yourself and others from infection as COVID-19 cases increase

COVID-19 is now impacting the lives of Canadians on many levels and people across the country are seeking answers to numerous important questions they have about the novel coronavirus.
Is online shaming of COVID-19 rebels effective? Maybe, but not for everyone

Is online shaming of COVID-19 rebels effective? Maybe, but not for everyone

Whether it's posting a video of a crowded Vancouver beach or a photo of men playing basketball on a closed court in Philadelphia, some Twitter users have resorted to online shaming in an effort to convince others to abide by social distancing measure