Ricky Martin sued by ex-manager, hints at ‘end of career accusation’ – Deadline

Ricky Martin’s former talent manager has given the Grammy winner and Emmy nominee a stark warning: pay or reap the whirlwind. Specifically, in “more than USD$3,000,000, or according to evidence, and unpaid commissions are continuously increasing,” reads a complaint filed Wednesday in Los Angeles Superior Court by Rebeeca Drucker against The Murder of Gianni Versace: … Read more

Police identify two victims of south side stabbing

Article content Ottawa police on Monday identified the two victims of a stabbing on Anoka Street in the south of the city. Article content The victims were Anne-Marie Ready, 50, and Jasmine Ready, 15. A 19-year-old woman, whose identity was not released, was seriously injured in the incident. The 19-year-old victim was also hit by … Read more

Fighting online hate in Canadian schools

OTTAWA—Education and law must go hand in hand when it comes to protecting Canadians from harm online, said Diversity Secretary Ahmed Hussen, as the federal government takes steps to help children confront hateful content online. “I don’t think it’s one or the other, I think we should do both,” Hussen told reporters. “We know that … Read more

Pappin, credited as Toronto’s last cup winner, dies at 82

Jim Pappin, Toronto Maple Leafs hockey player, left, with Arnie Brown, in September 1963. Jim Pappin, the former NHL forward who was credited with the Toronto Maple Leafs’ last Stanley Cup-winning goal, has died. He was 82. The Maple Leafs and Chicago Blackhawks announced the death on social media on Wednesday. “We are deeply saddened … Read more

Arsenal have improved third bid for Lisandro Martinez

Arsenal have made an improved third offer for Lisandro Martinez after failing a £34million bid for the Ajax defender, according to a report by The Sun. The Gunners see Martinez as an important defensive target. They have already made two attempts to sign the 24-year-old, with the opening offer turning out to be worth £26 … Read more

‘THE ART OF LONDON SEASON 2022’ STARTS WITH ‘BRIGHTER FUTURE’

Award-winning cultural initiative Art of London today announces its latest art showcase, ‘Brighter Future’, developed in collaboration with National Gallery X (NGX) – a space exploring new types of cultural experiences for the Gallery – and other prestigious art institutions. Unveiled in the West End in the summer of 2022, this new program will showcase … Read more

There’s a nine-hour First Nations techno party at Abbots Yard

Indigenous electronic collective Tongberang’i Ngarrga Inc showcases the incredible First Nations producer and DJ talent at Abbots Yard. On July 9, Abbots Yard will collaborate with electronic music collective Tongberang’i Ngarrga Inc. to host a sonic celebration of contemporary Aboriginal identity and Country with their NAIDOC Week Dance Party. It is an entirely Indigenous line-up … Read more