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Who’s The King Of Canadian Comedy? Africa Or The West Indies?

Who’s The King Of Canadian Comedy? Africa Or The West Indies?

In 2010, Juice Comedy, an innovative and fast-rising event organiser/production company, presented a concept that was both simple and interactive, yet unlike anything else in Toronto. It merely took some of the city’s favourite local and international comedians, and compiled ...

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Black And Caribbean Book Exposition For Toronto

TORONTO, Ontario – A Different Booklist, Toronto’s oldest, existing Black/Caribbean-owned book store, will be staging The Black Book Affair, bringing together Canadian literary talent with a Caribbean focus. The event will highlight new authors alongside some of Canada’s most renowned ...

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Writing Stories Connects Author To Slices Of Her Life

Writing Stories Connects Author To Slices Of Her Life

By Neil Armstrong Pride Contributing Writer Writing stories was Cynthia Reyes’ way of stopping everything in moments of her highflying, busy life to document things she deemed important that happened to her. The former Canadian Broadcasting Corporation journalist and executive ...

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“Mission Congo” Points An Accusing Finger

“Mission Congo” Points An Accusing Finger

Doc alleges charity supported diamond mining operation By Monica Joseph-McIntyre Pride Contributing Writer “Mission Congo,” which played at the Toronto International Film Festival last month, is a powerful documentary that points an accusing finger at the American televangelist, Pat Robertson. ...

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Halle Berry Welcomes Baby Boy

Halle Berry Welcomes Baby Boy

According to People, on Saturday, Halle Berry and husband, Olivier Martinez, welcomed a baby boy to the world. This is the first child for the couple who just wed in July. The healthy baby was born in Cedars Sinai Medical ...

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Enough Said: A Sweet Goodbye From Gandolfini

Enough Said: A Sweet Goodbye From Gandolfini

By Monica Joseph-McIntyre Pride Contributing Writer Some audiences at the Toronto International Film Festival last month got an advance look at “Enough Said,” which opened in theatres last week. Directed by Nicole Holofcener (“Friends With Money” and “Please Give”) it ...

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