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Two of Toronto's most iconic, enduring cultural institutions are teaming up in a new musical comedy show at the end of the month, and audience members at the Second City Mainstage received a preview of several of its sketches last night.
Reality TV is about to get more picante thanks to Suave Says, a new VH1 show featuring the Hispanic musician Gerardo Mejía, better known as the man behind the hit 1990s song 'Rico Suave.'
The filmmaker behind the action-packed disaster thriller explains what makes 'Into The Storm' different from other tornado flicks, how he accomplished the film's dazzling special effects and why we are thrilled by movies about natural catastrophes.
The box office now belongs to "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1" as it comes in with plenty of hype and expectations.
A new scientific study conducted by Swiss researchers reveals that the banking industry fosters cheating and dishonest behavior among bankers.
A Hong Kong startup company is marketing a clever little device that might make your morning a little more tolerable. Minipresso is a pocket-sized espresso maker designed to brew your espresso while you're on the move. It's not here yet but coming soon.
Walmart Canada had the pink slips out on Tuesday, 210 of them, as the retail giant trimmed its staff. Both management and non-management employees were let go with most lay-offs coming from their head-office.
At Monday night's Canadian Journalism Foundation talk, Jim Roberts of Mashable explained that "viral" can come in more forms than just cat videos and "listicles."
A company based in Bristol, UK, has combined 3D scanning and 3D printing techniques to produce a revolutionary new prosthetic hand that could transform available solutions for amputees with improved-quality, lower-cost functionality.
Technical innovations have come so quickly over the last couple of years that unless something is truly revolutionary, it garners little attention.
Perhaps the greatest thing about Nifty's upcoming cell phone battery charger that is also a belt and belt buckle, is that it looks like, well, a belt and a belt buckle. It's not massive, not cumbersome, just a belt and belt buckle.
A new iPhone app that is now competing with YouTube Music Key, Songza and Spotify. The streaming service is called Musi, and it aims to provide something different.
Now that we're done with the 2014 midterms and are looking on to the 2016 presidential election, we see a new news blitz about the cost of college education, led by CNN asking "is college worth it?" Unfortunately, it's the wrong question to ask.
The Nevada lawmaker selected as Assembly speaker candidate by the new Republican majority has a long history of racist and homophobic statements, including calling blacks "simple-minded darkies" and falsely linking homosexuality to child molestation.
South Carolina and Montana have become the 34th and 35th US states to achieve same-sex marriage equality after separate judicial decisions cleared the way for weddings to begin.
Emrullah Isler, the Turkish Special Envoy for Libya claims the political crisis in Libya can be overcome by holding general elections.
Manny Pacquiao's new Foot Locker ad did not even mention the name of potential foe Floyd Mayweather, Jr. in his voice message but the ad says a lot about the unbeaten champion's indecisiveness in forging a fight with him.
With barely two days to go before the highly hyped Manny Pacquiao-Chris Algieri showdown in Macau, fight fans are now talking about Pacquiao's next opponent.
The Oklahoma City Thunder have struggled to put the pieces together with stars Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook out due to injury.
WBO light welterweight champion Chris Algieri will surely struggle to make the agreed catch weight for the Pacquiao fight and end up losing the fight as he will climbs the ring with no power.
The RCMP arrested some 14 protesters on Burnaby Mountain today but not before the work being done there was again shut down for a time. Workers came, began work, saw that the protesters remained on the site, and stopped.
The Keystone XL pipeline, recently approved by the House of Representatives, narrowly missed approval in the Senate on November 18. Myself and many others, private citizens and environmental groups, let out a big collective sigh of temporary relief.
Forget the hype, check out the fact. The patterns of CO2 circulation in the atmosphere, particularly in the Northern Hemisphere, are pretty repulsive looking things. China’s notorious smog is clearly visible, and the United States isn’t much better.
New research into decreasing calcium levels in a number of Canadian lakes has shown that we are still experiencing the effects of industrialization, and it's not climate related. Instead, it's a new problem, and a legacy of acid rain.
Trans fats found in junk food are renowned for creating obesity and heart disease, but now it has been proven that they damage the functioning of the brain as well.
Experts say consumers should be freezing chickens to reduce poisoning risks, after a food standards and hygiene agency reported high levels of the potentially lethal bug campylobacter, present in poultry sold at British supermarkets.
Dublin, Ireland's capital, has plenty to see and do. Whether it is sampling the "craic" or visiting the museums, there is plenty to see and do. Digital Journal recently paid a visit.
Portuguese wines dominate the Top 10 ranking in the latest list of the world's 100 most exciting wines as judged from blind-tasting conducted by Wine Spectator magazine.
At least 45 people were killed in a suspected Boko Haram attack in northeast Nigeria, officials and witnesses said on Thursday, in the latest violence to hit the restive region.
The health of Panama's imprisoned former dictator Manuel Noriega is deteriorating and his outlook is "bleak," his physician said Thursday.
Almost 1,000 people have been killed in Ukraine since a truce came into effect in September, an average of 13 people a day, the United Nations said Thursday, as the conflict in the east drags on.
A key witness for a French court investigating who triggered the Rwandan genocide has gone missing in Kenya after a Paris judge insisted the witness’ name be identified in legal documents – a move critics say compromised his safety.
Canadians who have been waiting for a good time to sell their home may be considering that it has arrived. The Teranet-National Bank index released its numbers for October and they show that nationally prices were up 5.4 percent from 12 months go.
As U.S. Veterans gather tomorrow and as families and loved ones honor those who have served, the California Dept. of Business Oversight wanted to urge veterans to be wary of investment schemes being offered to them that can place their finances at risk.
The treasurer of Oklahoma has recently announced that across the US billions of dollars are going unclaimed from life insurance policies. The question is how far should companies go to track down beneficiaries of the deceased.
For UK workers and their families, how they save and bequeath money to heirs has changed dramatically over a relatively short period of time.
Experts say consumers should be freezing chickens to reduce poisoning risks, after a food standards and hygiene agency reported high levels of the potentially lethal bug campylobacter, present in poultry sold at British supermarkets.
Japan's branch of Kentucky Fried Chicken is opening an upscale KFC coffee shop in Kobe Japan on November 28th, which will have upscale items.
A little bit of whisky history was made in Scotland last weekend as the Annandale Distillery, near Annan, Dumfries and Galloway in Scotland’s far south, opened its doors to the public and resumed whisky production after a gap of 95 years.
Candy bars, cakes and cookies are but a few of the foods we consume that often contain chocolate. Two very large chocolate makers, Mars, Inc. and Barry Callebaut, are now telling us we are eating too much of what is fast becoming an endangered product.
Dublin, Ireland's capital, has plenty to see and do. Whether it is sampling the "craic" or visiting the museums, there is plenty to see and do. Digital Journal recently paid a visit.
A Saskatchewan woman, Jennifer Huculak-Kimmel, went on a holiday to Hawaii in October 2013 while she was pregnant. She ended up giving birth nine weeks prematurely in Hawaii.
U.S. health officials quarantined a Carnival Corp. cruise ship Sunday after it arrived in California with 172 passengers and crew members suffering from norovirus.
Hanbury Manor in Hertfordshire, England currently serves as a hotel and social venue. The building, however, has a long history, dating back to the 1730s.
Memories don't just happen on their own. You have to, quite literally, pay attention. "The process [of memory] starts with our attention," Michele L. Brennan explains at Psych Central.
A decidedly eerie pattern of consistent positioning of ancient quasars has been discovered. This is a vast pattern, billions of light years across. Either someone’s taking “join the dots” way too far, or a new cosmic structure's been found.
The company Levolta Pharmaceuticals has outlined the results of an initial Phase II study for a potential disease modifying drug. The drug is designed to treat patients with knee osteoarthritis (OA).
Naturalist Sy Montgomery took some time from her busy schedule to talk about her book "The Tarantula Scientist" and her career in writing.
Toyota will introduce its first mass-market hydrogen fuel cell car in Japan next month, with a limited US rollout scheduled for 2016.
Ever since cars were invented in the earlier part of the last century, animals have been chewing on them. Now, however, German automaker Audi is getting the drop on at least one cute, fuzzy mammal who has a fondness for nibbling on expensive car parts.
In the world of exclusive cars, they don’t come much more exclusive than Ferrari and the Italian company has just shot for the moon with its new “by invitation” model.
A recent survey has found that while we all seem to be aware of the dangers of using our cell phones while driving, many of us do it anyway.
Opening Night for Cult Classics art show at Hashtag Gallery was Thurs Nov 6th 2014. This event will long be remembered as one of the most successful art exhibitions ever hosted at the venue — perhaps because it was both a group display, and a competitio
If you've ever had a hankering for some high Shakespearean drama but don't want to leave your home, Shakespeare's Globe has a solution — a new on-demand video service.
The Art of Gothic is a new book by author and broadcaster Natasha Scharf. The book was launched on Halloween at a special event at the British Library in London. Digital Journal was in attendance.
A massive explosion which lit up the sky over Russia's Urals has become the subject of speculation after the authorities declined comment on it although several locals captured it on camera. According to an eyewitness, the explosion "turned night to day."
Uber, the internet's high-tech ride-sharing company is in damage control mode right now due to statements allegedly made by Emil Michael, the company's senior vice president for business, while in New York at a private dinner last week.
If you haven't visited the site 'What's Trending' you might consider doing so. Cool stuff, some you may not see anywhere else, and they pick out funny videos from Youtube. They don't just feature celebs, some videos are of just plain folks.
New reports indicate that social network giant Facebook is gearing up to transform collaboration in the workplace by creating a new tool currently dubbed "Facebook At Work", designed specifically for enterprises.
Trans fats found in junk food are renowned for creating obesity and heart disease, but now it has been proven that they damage the functioning of the brain as well.
Scientists have found a region of the brain which has been forgotten about for almost a century. And it isn't just some little grey blob, it is a massive part of the brain situated at the back of the head.
A hairdresser who died after returning from West Africa, one of the Ebola-stricken nations, tested negative for the virus Wednesday, according to health officials.
This week is “Get Smart About Antibiotics Week.” This is an international collaboration between U.S., Europe, Australia and Canada.

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