• Stop emailing and start talking, Ferrari orders employees

    Italian sports car maker Ferrari set the internet abuzz this week after it issued a directive to its employees to cut down the number of group emails they send and talk to their co-workers instead.

  • Amazon hires goats for Japanese office landscaping

    Amazon’s newest hires have four legs, are covered in hair and make excellent lawn mowers. The newly employed herd of goats will be responsible for chomping down on unruly grass outside the company’s Japanese office once a week.

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  • Jay-Z's Magna Carta Holy Grail debut taps Canadian's beats

    Jay-Z unveiled his Magna Carta Holy Grail today, making headlines for the new album’s much-hyped exclusive debut through a smartphone app, an audacious display of its cover art in the U.K. and incorporating beats created by a Canadian teen.

  • Roger Mooking sees food and music as artistic expression

    Celebrity chef and rapper Roger Mooking is adding another ingredient to his already chaotic life: a new hip hop album.

  • 'Patron Saint of Destruction' Michael Landy on Q

    CBC’s Q speaks to British artist Michael Landy, whose ongoing National Gallery exhibit Saints Alive features kinetic sculptures — resembling saints — that slowly destroy themselves.

  • Trailer Park Boys to revive hit series online

    The Trailer Park Boys are making a comeback, with new episodes of the profanity-laced cult hit mockumentary set to debut on the lead actors’ new web channel

  • Stratford play Hirsch heads to Edinburgh Fringe

    The Stratford Festival is sending a play to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival for the first time, a new work called Hirsch that received its Canadian premiere as part of the 2012 season.

  • Jay-Z's Magna Carta Holy Grail debut includes Canadian-made beats

    Jay-Z unveiled his Magna Carta Holy Grail today, making headlines for the new album’s much-hyped exclusive debut through a smartphone app, an audacious display of its cover art in the U.K. and incorporating beats created by a Canadian teen.

  • Jay-Z's Magna Carta Holy Grail debut includes Canadian-made beats

    Jay-Z unveiled his Magna Carta Holy Grail today, making headlines for the new album’s much-hyped exclusive debut through a smartphone app, an audacious display of its cover art in the U.K. and incorporating beats created by a Canadian teen.

  • George Lucas, Herb Alpert win White House arts awards

    Star Wars director George Lucas and Tijuana Brass founder Herb Alpert are to be honoured with the National Medal of Arts at a White House ceremony next week.

  • Jay-Z's Magna Carta Holy Grail debut includes Canadian-made beats

    Jay-Z unveiled his Magna Carta Holy Grail today, making headlines for the new album’s much-hyped exclusive debut through a smartphone app, an audacious display of its cover art in the U.K. and incorporating beats created by a Canadian teen.

  • Arizona Pastor Arrested, Jailed for Holding Bible Study in Home; His Wife Says It 'Defies Logic'

    Bible study leader Michael Salman is sitting in jail today after his home was raided earlier this week by more than a dozen Phoenix, Ariz. police officers and city officials. His offense?

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  • Facebook: the reasons why we unfriend - Telegraph

    Veiled boasting, gushing romantic posts and incessant updates are some of the most common reasons for unfriending Facebook contacts, according to a survey of users.

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  • Indian star Shah Rukh Khan announces new baby

    Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan has confirmed that he’s the father of a new baby amid feverish media speculation.

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  • Kickstarter-funded construction set for girls makes it to Toys 'R Us

    GoldieBlox, a construction-based toy for girls bankrolled by a successful crowdfunding campaign, will be disrupting the usual pink-hued aisles in the girls department of Toys ‘R Us thanks to a U.S. distribution deal the toy’s creators reached with the retail chain.

  • Mattel Barbie meets real-life Barbie in artist's render

    An artist has taken tall, unusually slender and always put-together Barbie and turned the doll into an average 19-year-old American girl. The new Barbie is almost 150 pounds and 163.3 centimetres tall, which would give her a body mass index of 25.5, falling on the low end of the overweight spectrum.

  • Iqaluit residents tweet delight (and outrage) at summer snow

    Residents of Nunavut’s capital city woke up this morning to snowfall covering much of the ground. While it’s not unheard of for Iqaluit to get snow in July, the amount the city got was a bit unusual.

  • Naked intruder found cooking up eggs in Vancouver home

    A Vancouver man got a bit of a rude awakening last night when he found an unknown man naked in his kitchen cooking up some eggs.

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