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Former Calif. governor Arnold Schwarzenegger involved in multi-vehicle accident

Actor and former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger was involved in a multi-vehicle crash Friday evening in Los Angeles with a representative telling People magazine that he wasn't hurt.
"He is fine, his only concern right now is for the woman who was injured," the representative said.
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Regina King's son, musician Ian Alexander Jr., dead at 26

Actor and director Regina King's son, Ian Alexander Jr., has died by suicide, her representative confirmed to CNN Saturday.
He was 26.
"Our family is devastated at the deepest level by the loss of Ian.
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Like many Canadians subject to COVID-19 related restrictions, Suzan Lorenz has spent a lot of time watching online streaming services during the pandemic.
Where once she made do with just Netflix, with three kids under one roof, she finds herself subscribing to more services than she originally anticipated when she cut her cable cord several years ago.
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Canada Post unveils stamp honouring jazz legend Eleanor Collins

Canada Post has revealed its new stamp honouring trailblazing jazz singer Eleanor Collins.
The stamp depicting the "Canadian First Lady of Jazz" was unveiled at a virtual ceremony on Friday, paying tribute to her life and legacy ahead of Black History Month.
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'Joe vs Carole': First look at Kate McKinnon as Carole Baskin

The first look at Peacock's Joe Exotic and Carole Baskin limited series can only be described with one word: paw-some.
In the series "Joe vs. Carole," out March 3, John Cameron Mitchell and Kate McKinnon play the dueling big cat advocates.
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Weber Grills apologizes for ill-timed meatloaf recipe email

NEW YORK -- Weber picked the wrong day to suggest grilling meatloaf.
The outdoor grill maker apologized on Friday for sending a recipe-of-the-week email earlier that day featuring instructions on how to prepare "BBQ Meat Loaf.
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'SNL' comics Jost, Davidson buy Staten Island Ferry boat

NEW YORK -- "Saturday Night Live" comics Colin Jost and Pete Davidson have purchased a decommissioned Staten Island Ferry boat for $280,100 with plans to turn it into New York's hottest club.
Jost and Davidson teamed up with comedy club owner Paul Italia on Wednesday's winning bid for the John F.
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Next 'Mission: Impossible' movies delayed to 2023, 2024

NEW YORK -- It will be another year before a new "Mission: Impossible" movie hits theaters.
Paramount Pictures and Skydance announced Friday that the release of "Mission: Impossible 7" will be pushed from Sept. 20 to July 14, 2023.
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'We are overjoyed': Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas welcome their first child

Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas have welcomed their first child.
The couple, who have been married for three years, shared their family news on Instagram Friday.
"We are overjoyed to confirm that we have welcomed a baby via surrogate.
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Animal rescue organizations across Canada saw a spike in donations this week as the world celebrated what would have been Betty White's 100th birthday. 
Many people inspired by White's love of animals took part in the Betty White Challenge by donating to animal groups.
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Louis Vuitton unveils Virgil Abloh's final collection at Paris Fashion Week

Louis Vuitton has unveiled the final collection by its late artistic director of menswear, Virgil Abloh.
Abloh died on November 28, 2021 after a two-year battle with cancer, and just a few days later, Louis Vuitton held a (previously scheduled) fashion show in Miami that featured updates and tweaks to Abloh's Spring-Summer 2022 roster.
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Fraggle Rock and the enduring love of Canadian children's programming

It's been more than three decades, but Fraggle Rock is still singing the same song.
And for nostalgic 1980s kids looking to get their fix, you need look no further than Apple TV+, where the show was rebooted one year after a series of pandemic-set shorts helped build interest in the children's TV-mainstay.
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Anything for love, but I won't do that? Here's what Meat Loaf really meant

Legendary singer and actor Meat Loaf died Friday at age 74, leaving behind a legacy of some of the best-known albums and songs in rock discography.
In particular, his 1993 hit song “I’d Do Anything for Love (But I Won’t Do That)” which was released as a single from his Bat Out of Hell II album, contains one of his most misunderstood lyrics.
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