A classic Tom Cochrane on-stage pose
May 21, 2017
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“My life has been like a meat grinder over the last year or so.

Lana at Coachella looking very maidenly
May 17, 2017
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Lana had an epiphany at Coachella and the whole world can now rest in peace.

Amir Cash Esmailian
May 8, 2017
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Tehran wasn't a great place to be in 1984. The Iran-Iraq War was in full swing.

May 5, 2017
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If I ever got back all the money I ever spent on seeing Paul McCartney in concert, I’d probably only go and spend it on seeing Paul McCartney in co

iHeartMedia, Wendy Goldberg
May 2, 2017
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Wendy Goldberg is EVP and CCFO for iHeartMedia, Inc. and oversees and executes strategic communications for all of the company’s brands, including iHeartMedia and Clear Channel Outdoor.

Bob Hoffman
May 1, 2017
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It is hard for us to imagine that a technology we are using - that began with the simple and benign purpose of delivering online ads to websites - has morphed into a monster.


Musician Ari Herstand, singer-songwriters, musicians
April 28, 2017
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Most singer/songwriter shows are boring, but that doesn't mean that the singer/songwriter genre is boring. Musician, blogger and author Ari Herstand offers advice on how to leave a lasting impression.

Music Canada's Graham Henderson
April 26, 2017
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If you want stronger democracy that is less vulnerable to special interests, then do everything in your power to restore balance to the world in which our creators live. Encourage them and enable them. They are not living in the golden age.

Gary Slaight with Alex and Geddy from Rush holding their Allan Slaight Humanitarian Award. Also pictured here are Polaris Music Prize founder Steve Jordan; and Toronto Mayor John Tory.
April 24, 2017
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“Seldom in our times have we felt a greater need for the humanitarian spirit than now, with the rising voices of fear and distrust becoming more commonplace, anger and hatred competing with love and compassion. It is more crucial than ever to champion the basic principles of human welfare...

April 17, 2017
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Let's get past the stupid Nobel debates, the Minnesota oracle is not just a great poet but a prophet whose genius can sustain us. So says metrist and author Amis Shivani.

April 14, 2017
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Companies and individuals need to think about how they introduce new projects and avoid the tendency to hold details close with the expectation of making an announcement to dramatic effect. The result may not be the effect expected or intended.

April 11, 2017
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The idea that the federal government provides funding for the CBC is intolerable to some--but to have the PM pitching the pubcaster in a commercial, well that's just more than some people can swallow...