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  • Justin Bieber's toxicology report released; Toronto mayor sympathizes

    A toxicology report released after Justin Bieber's spate of legal troubles has revealed that the pop star had weed and prescription meds in his system when he was arrested in Miami Beach, Fla., last week, according to reports out Thursday. The 19-year-...
  • LATEST LINE

    --------------------------------------- --------------------------------------- By J. McCarthy --------------------------------------- Tulane is 7-19 against the spread its last 26 games following a straight-up win. The Green Wave are 4-12 against...
  • Cineplex to Acquire 24 Empire Theaters in Atlantic Canada for $187 Million

    Toronto-headquartered Cineplex Entertainment received a No Action Letter (NAL) from Canada's Commissioner of Competition today, enabling the company to acquire 24 Empire theaters in Atlantic Canada, it was announced today. The cash purchase price is...
  • Mary "Jane" Humphrey May 5, 1934 - October 7, 2013

    Mary "Jane" Humphrey  May 5, 1934 - October 7, 2013
    Founder of Once Upon A Time bookstore in Montrose California passed away peacefully after a long re-occurring illness. She will be remembered for her trail breaking spirit, having opened Once Upon A Time bookstore in 1966, long before women worked outside...
  • It's a Trojan kind of town: Deep, long connection ties USC to La Cañada

    It's a Trojan kind of town: Deep, long connection ties USC to La Cañada
    The crowd erupts in cheers as a Trojan warrior parades a white horse down Foothill Boulevard. “It's Traveler!” shouts a woman, who dashes into the street for a photo with the University of Southern California mascot. GRAPHIC: La Canada's...
  • Canada's Oscar Entry 'Gabrielle' Finds U.S. Home

    Entertainment One Films U.S. has acquired U.S. distribution rights to "Gabrielle," Canada's entry in the Best Foreign Language Film category for the Oscars. The film is slated for a domestic theatrical release this winter. It was screened in the...
  • Mary K. McPherson, educator

    Mary K. McPherson, educator
    Mary K. McPherson, a retired private-school educator who had been on the faculty of Oldfields School and Bryn Mawr School, died Oct. 5 of cancer at Roland Park Place, where she had lived for the past decade. She was 89. Mary King McPherson was born and...
  • L.A.-bound man carrying bomb parts detained at Montreal airport

    A 71-year-old man was being interrogated by Montreal police on Monday after attempting to board a Los Angeles-bound flight with components in his carry-on luggage that could be assembled to make a bomb, Canadian media reported. Montreal police said...
  • Toronto's crack-smoking mayor: Revenge of the hosers?

    Toronto's crack-smoking mayor: Revenge of the hosers?
    Toronto Mayor Rob Ford's admission that he "probably" smoked crack cocaine during "one of my drunken stupors" proved a swift and sure gift to comedy and an inspiration for Canadians' trademark talent for self-deprecation. "This is a hoser country. We...
  • Toronto mayor admits to crack cocaine use; no sign he will step down

    Toronto Mayor Rob Ford admitted Tuesday that he has smoked crack cocaine "in one of my drunken stupors," six months after reports of a video depicting him puffing on a crack pipe. At an impromptu news conference on the steps of City Hall, Ford...
  • Toronto mayor apologizes for crack use, defies calls to resign

    Toronto Mayor Rob Ford apologized to the residents of Canada's largest city Tuesday after admitting that he lied for six months about smoking crack cocaine, declaring "I love my job" and saying he would stay in it "for the sake of the taxpayers." In...