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  • Mi'kmaw artists use Nike high-tops to bring beadwork to next generation

    Millbrook beaded sneaker

    The past stepped into the present amid piles of beads in Millbrook First Nation this weekend. Mi'kmaw artists Cheyenne Isaac-Gloade and husband Garrett Gloade welcomed young people into a beading workshop on Saturday.

  • 'Can't believe it': Sagkeeng First Nation beader's work ends up on Whoopi Goldberg's neck

    Whoopi GOlberg, jingle dancer necklace

    What started out as pile of loose beads is generating a discussion on American television about murdered and missing Indigenous women and girls.

  • 'Snow-Banksy' leaves mark on Vanier

    Snow Bank art

    An Ottawa man has decided to have a little fun with all that snow piled up in front of his house on Ste-Anne Street.

  • Cook this: Rosewater and pistachio meringues from Donna Hay’s Basics to Brilliance

    Cook this: Rosewater and pistachio meringues from Donna Hay’s Basics to Brilliance

    Present these pretty mini meringues piled high on a cake stand
  • Mr. Right

    Mr. Right

    Rated: R.

    Hyperactive at the best of times, Martha (Anna Kendrick; Pitch Perfect) has gone full-on manic since her latest breakup. She babbles, parties like a monster, cooks everything in sight — and is looking to do something terrible when she meets Francis (Sam Rockwell; The Way Way Back). To anyone else, Francis’s approach would come across as creepy, but Martha can’t help but be intrigued. They seem a perfect match: she's bananas, he's bananas... except he's a deadly sort of bananas. He’s a professional assassin. Francis is a hitman with a cause: he unexpectedly kills the people ordering the hits. Just as Martha begins to realize her new beau wasn't joking when he said he had to step out for a moment to shoot someone, things start heating up for Francis. His services are solicited by a dubious client who's being sought by an equally dubious FBI agent (Tim Roth; Pulp Fiction, Reservoir Dogs). As the bodies pile up, Martha needs to decide whether to flee or join in the mayhem.

  • In No Great Hurry: 13 Lessons in Life with Saul Leiter

    In No Great Hurry: 13 Lessons in Life with Saul Leiter

    Rated: NR.

    Saul Leiter could have been lauded as the great pioneer of colour photography, but was never driven by the lure of success. Instead he preferred to drink coffee and photograph in his own way, amassing an archive of beautiful work that is now piled high in his New York apartment. In a funny, intimate and moving film, IN NO GREAT HURRY: 13 LESSONS IN LIFE WITH SAUL LEITER follows Saul as he deals with the triple burden of cleaning an apartment full of memories, becoming world famous in his 80’s and fending off a pesky filmmaker.


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