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Twilight Time: Long-lost Rod Serling baseball comedy on deck

Twilight Time: Long-lost Rod Serling baseball comedy on deck

Years before he journeyed to "The Twilight Zone," Rod Serling made a brief detour to the strike zone.
Finding joy indoors in troubled times, one leaf at a time

Finding joy indoors in troubled times, one leaf at a time

CHICAGO — I have spent my first full week of isolation carefully observing one of my houseplants. Dylan, as my fiancee and I so fondly call her, has been growing new leaves at an uncharacteristically rapid rate.
Finding joy indoors in troubled times, one leaf at a time

Finding joy indoors in troubled times, one leaf at a time

CHICAGO — I have spent my first full week of isolation carefully observing one of my houseplants. Dylan, as my fiancee and I so fondly call her, has been growing new leaves at an uncharacteristically rapid rate.
How to protect yourself and others from infection as COVID-19 cases increase

How to protect yourself and others from infection as COVID-19 cases increase

With COVID-19 now impacting the lives of Canadians on so many levels, people across the country are seeking answers to numerous important questions they have about the novel coronavirus.

Shop ramping up production of Alberta medical officer's periodic table dress

VICTORIA — A British Columbia clothing maker says it has seen a surge in demand for a dress Alberta's chief medical officer wore during a COVID-19 briefing this week.
Conan O'Brien to return to air, with an iPhone from home

Conan O'Brien to return to air, with an iPhone from home

NEW YORK — With iPhones and Skype, Conan O'Brien is going back on the air. The late-night host said he will resume putting out new episodes of TBS' “Conan” on March 30.
Monaco's head of state Prince Albert II contracts new virus

Monaco's head of state Prince Albert II contracts new virus

PARIS — The palace of Monaco says its ruler, Prince Albert II, has tested positive for the new coronavirus but his health is not worrying. Albert, 62, appeared to be the first head of state who has publicly said he contracted the virus.
'Downton Abbey' creator turns to the beautiful game

'Downton Abbey' creator turns to the beautiful game

NEW YORK — With global soccer shut down these days, fans desperate for a fix of the beautiful game may find it from a rather unlikely source — the creator of the stately “Downton Abbey.
Country singers to perform from home for ACM special

Country singers to perform from home for ACM special

NASHVILLE — The Academy of Country Music had to postpone their upcoming awards show because of the spreading coronavirus, but CBS will air a new television special featuring country stars performing from their homes.

National Arts Centre and Facebook partner to support online performances

OTTAWA — The National Arts Centre and Facebook Canada have partnered to support online performances by Canadian artists, including Jim Cuddy and Serena Ryder, during the COVID-19 crisis.