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She complains a lot, loudly, because she isn't quite aware of what's happening around her...As in so many families, the responsibility for her has fallen on the shoulders of a not entirely happy, but nevertheless willing, person who -- perhaps out of
The Musical , at Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre Thursday night takes New York producer Jeff Gardner one step closer to fulfilling his Broadway dream. But it's a long haul from the Great White North to the Great White Way.
The previous decade in pop culture was often defined by reunion tours, unnecessary remakes, I Love the . . . list shows, and hit singles that gave stylistic shout-outs to better-defined eras in pop, like 60s soul or 80s New Wave. Veteran music
The True Faith singer who duetted with the Rocket Man hitmaker on 1991's Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me accused the 63-year-old star of getting increasingly angry as he grows older, comparing him with a foul-mouthed grandmother from a British comedy
Kelly Nestruck Globe and Mail Update Published Thursday, Mar. 10, 2011 4:40PM EST Can Grumpy Old Men sing and dance? Winnipeggers will find out next fall, when the Manitoba Theatre Centre opens its 2011-2012 season with the world premiere of a
A northern Illinois couple welcomed their new daughter to the world in the last minute of 2010 and a twin son in the first minute of 2011. Ashley Fansler gave birth to Madisen Carin Lewis at 11:59 p.m. on New Years Eve in Machesney Park, 85 miles
Bill Erwin was an actor who was best known for his role as a guest star on Seinfeld as a ‘grumpy old man’. He died today at the age of Bill Erwin was an actor who had played many roles in his lif
He may insist he's the definitive Grumpy Old Man, but did you know that Len Goodman was once a toyboy? When he was 19, he reveals, he successfully wooed a 21-year-old. 'I had quite a feather in my cap about that because I'd pulled an older woman,'
Rick Wakeman, rock star, keyboard virtuoso, author, TV favourite, radio DJ and raconteur, says he doesn't want to find himself in strange hotel bedrooms any more. After 40 years of concert tours with the likes of the Strawbs, Yes and on his own, he
Fred MacAulay is broadcasting his radio show direct from one of the many venues for the next two weeks, offering a daily pick of the fringe. Largely focused on comedy, MacAulay & Co ( BBC Scotland listen again here edited version via Radio 7 if you'