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Taylor Swift up for entertainer of the year at CMAAs

The two-time winner is nominated in the category with previous winners Kenny Chesney and Brad Paisley and also Jason Aldean and Blake Shelton

George Michael will perform for Austrian hospital staff

George Michael is playing tribute to the Austrian doctors and nurses who helped him fight life-threatening pneumonia as he prepares to resume a concert tour cut short by his illness last year

Shinan: Jake Gyllenhaal cops to it

Coming soon to a festival near you — a movie that Jake Gyllenhaal ran into a fire for

Divine Fits helps Dan Boeckner deal with the breakup of two bands and a marriage

Every day for one week in October of last year, Dan Boeckner would get up, dust the sleep from his eyes, get into his car and drive across Los Angeles with his pal Britt Daniel

Over the Rainbow will determine who goes off to see the Wizard

On Dorothy Farm, a three-day retreat in the wilds of Ontario cottage country, 20 finalists compete for the starring role in a Toronto production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Wizard of Oz

Vanity Fair article claims Church of Scientology aauditioneda wives for Tom Cruise

"Actresses who were already Scientology members were told they were auditioning for a new training film, and then asked a series of curious questions including: ‘What do you think of Tom Cruise?’”

Experimentation rules at Quebecas Festival de Musique Amergente

As artists from other provinces and abroad — both francophones and anglophones — have begun attending, so have bookers from festivals in Europe, managers and label reps intent on scouting out bands

The Sheepdogs are keeping it as real as they can

“It’s not like we’re Drake traipsing around with all these bottles of Dom. We haven’t been diluted by luxury hotel suites and fat stacks of cash”

Michael Strahan joins Kelly Ripa on Live! With Kelly as new co-host

Former football star Michael Strahan joined Live! With Kelly as permanent co-host on Monday, fulfilling a joking prophecy he made to Regis Philbin more than four years ago

Stars go deep into the psychic hinterland on The North

The North will undoubtedly mean different things to different Stars’ fans of different generations, just as shifting ideas of Canada’s north mean different things to many across the country

How TIFF lets us invent our own little filmfests

Robert Fulford: Like certain love affairs, movies at the Toronto International Film Festival can be more exciting to contemplate in advance than actually experience

Scotiabank Giller Prize reveals longlist

The 13 nominated books feature an abandoned baby, an illiterate baker, and, oddly, a whole bunch of con artists

Michael Clarke Duncan, star of the Green Mile, dead at 54

Green Mile star Michael Clarke Duncan passed away at age 54, his fiancée said late on Monday afternoon, according to reports from The Associated Press

Actress Elisha Cuthbert and Toronto Maple Leafs captain Dion Phaneuf engaged: reports

Canadian actress — and hockey fanatic — Elisha Cuthbert and Toronto Maple Leafs captain Dion Phaneuf are now engaged

Itas hard out here for a Klimt

A Vienna museum’s search for the worst, kitschiest piece of merchandise inspired by late Art Nouveau painter Gustav Klimt laid quite the egg

Cameron Bailey and his team recount the journey from empty slate to official schedule for TIFF 2012

On May 7, 2012, Cameron Bailey sat outside a production studio on the Los Angeles lot of Sony Pictures and was told, in so many words, to get lost

From Breaking Bad to Total Recall, this is Bryan Cranstonas moment

Bryan Cranston is hardly a one-trick pony. The Breaking Bad star has proven he can act, but he’s easing his way into the directing side of things, too

Wheels come off the bus with Second Cityas latest revue

Robert Cushman: You win some, you lose some. Second City won handsomely with their last show, which was the best in recent memory

How to meet a celebrity during TIFF

It won’t be easy, but with this very special edition of Extremely Bad Advice, anything is possible during the film festival!

Fall Culture Preview: Television

Your favourite series may be returning this fall, but why not check out something new while you’re on the couch?

Fall Culture Preview: Books

Don’t be sad that it’s getting too cool to stay outside — be glad you get to stay in with these great upcoming tomes

Fall Culture Preview: Music

What we’ll be listening to as the leaves change and the chill sets in.

Fall Culture Preview: Movies

It’s the best time of year to sink your teeth into some meaty new releases

Keeping up with the boldfaces: a TIFF celebrity primer

Shinan Govani: A lot of people, I guess, are wondering what the establishment of our own Soho House in Toronto means for the party geometry of the fest

The Penis Project: Erecting a different kind of monologue

Whether you call it a phallus, a weiner, Mr. Johnson, The Dark Knight, or just Lefty, it will be up for discussion and dissection at Buddies in Bad Times’ The Penis Project

The Quantifed Month: August

From Pussy Riot to Chavril, Sarah Lazarovic has a look at the month’s highs and lows in handy chart form

Making friends over phone sex in For a Good Time, Calla|

You don’t see this story every day, and you don’t see these characters every day,” Graynor says. “The phone sex piece is such a great hook, you think, ‘How can this movie not already exist?’

Randy Jackson kicked off American Idol judging panel

Jackson, who has been on the Idol judging panel since the show’s 2002 inception, will remain on the Fox series as a “mentor,” according to reports

Trailer Tracker: Stolen and Taken 2

Liam Neeson is back in Taken 2. (Come on, something wrong with the title Takener?), while Nicolas Cage hits screens in Stolen — and there are more similarities between the two films than their titles

The return of Doctor Who: A panel discussion

Depending on how you count it, this is either the premiere of the third season of Doctor Who, or the seventh or the 33rd. So it isn’t exactly the greatest jumping on point for new viewers

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Elliott: Kings' Aisha Visram proud to make NHL history and hopes more women will follow

Aisha Visram unknowingly became the first woman to stand behind the Kings' bench and the second to have worked as an athletic trainer in an NHL game.


Former Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin joins the Kings' front office

Former Montreal Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin is joining the Kings as a senior advisor to GM Rob Blake.


Hilary Knight among 23 players named to U.S. women's Olympic hockey team

Hilary Knight is set to play in her fourth Winter Olympics as part of a U.S. women's hockey team looking to defend its gold-medal win in Beijing.


NHL Roundtable: As '21 expires, Ducks are hot, Kings not; where they're headed in '22

In their latest NHL roundtable, Times staffers size up where the Kings and Ducks are at and where they're headed in 2022 amid the COVID outbreak.


Elliott: Decade after paralyzing accident, Jack Jablonski confident he will walk again

It has been nearly 10 years since Jack Jablonski was paralyzed during a high school hockey game, but his spirit for life remains unbroken.


Kings' top 10 Staples Center moments as Crypto.com era set to begin

As the Crypto.com Arena begins, here's a look back at the Kings' 10 greatest moments at the venue when it was known as Staples Center.


NHL players will not compete in Beijing Olympics amid COVID surge

The NHL withdraws from the Beijing Winter Olympics with its regular-season schedule disrupted by coronavirus outbreaks.


NHL halts all cross-border travel for games because of COVID-19

NHL games involving travel between teams based in the U.S. and Canada will be postponed, including the Kings vs. Edmonton Oilers on Wednesday.


Anze Kopitar, Dustin Brown and Jonathan Quick lead Kings to victory over Panthers

Anze Kopitar and Dustin Brown each scored and Jonathan Quick had 41 saves in the Kings' 4-1 win over the Florida Panthers.


Kings fall to Lightning in overtime

Mathieu Joseph scored with 1:35 left in overtime to give the Tampa Bay Lightning a 3-2 win over the Kings.


NHL roundtable: Ducks rolling behind goal of the year? Another lost year for Kings?

With the NHL season now in December, the Ducks and Kings appear to be on different paths. The Times' hockey crew discusses in the latest roundtable.


Elliott: Hockey journey for Stars' Jason Robertson finally leads back to Staples Center

Dallas' Jason Robertson will play his first game at Staples Center, where he often went as a youth. He's the third player of Filipino heritage in NHL history.


Elliott: Ducks-Kings is still hockey at its most entertaining, if not yet its most skillful

The intensity of play and sprinkling of skill the Ducks and Kings showed Tuesday night represented progress for both teams, which they appreciate.


Kings' Brendan Lemieux suspended five games for biting opponent's hand

Kings forward Brendan Lemieux has drawn a five-game suspension without pay for biting the hand of Ottawa's Brady Tkachuk during a fight on Saturday.


Elliott: 'You can be who you are.' Ducks organist Lindsay Imber shares her transition journey

Ducks organist Lindsay Imber hopes coming out as transgender and bisexual helps young people understand they can be themselves and work in sports.


Elliott: It will always be Staples Center, the house Kobe and other stars helped immortalize

The new Crypto.com Arena will struggle to eclipse Staples Center because of the memorable moments and iconic games the community has shared there.


Elliott: 'We trust each other.' The Kings hope unity helps them extend a surprisingly hot start

The Kings' recent winning streak has shown that the team has been renewed with vigor after a slow start to the season, writes columnist Helene Elliott.


Ducks defeat Canucks to surge to their seventh consecutive win

Trevor Zegras had two goals and an assist and Troy Terry extended his scoring streak to 14 games in a 5-1 victory over the struggling Vancouver Canucks.


NHL roundtable: Are the Kings and Ducks for real this season?

The Kings and Ducks haven't made the playoffs since 2018, but their play early in the NHL season is creating some optimism.


Bob Murray's resignation won't affect Ducks, interim GM Jeff Solomon says

Ducks interim GM Jeff Solomon spoke publicly Thursday for the first time since Bob Murray's departure. He's not worried about the team having a setback.


Bob Murray resigns as Ducks general manager, will enter alcohol abuse program

Ducks general manager Bob Murray, who was put on administrative leave Tuesday, resigned Wednesday and said he would enroll in a program to treat alcohol abuse.


Ducks place GM Bob Murray on leave amid probe of unprofessional conduct allegations

The Ducks placed GM Bob Murray on administrative leave Tuesday pending an investigation into allegations of unprofessional conduct.


NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman defends league's handling of Blackhawks scandal

Gary Bettman defended the NHL's response to allegations of sexual abuse against a Chicago Blackhawks coach that were ignored by the team for a decade.


Ryan Getzlaf breaks tie with Teemu Selanne for Ducks' points record in win

Ryan Getzlaf broke a tie with Teemu Selanne for the Ducks' all-time points record with an assist on a third-period goal in a 4-2 win over Montreal.


Elliott: 'It's destroyed me from the inside out': How the Blackhawks failed Kyle Beach

The Chicago Blackhawks failed then-prospect Kyle Beach and others in their handling of a sexual assault accusation against a team employee.


Elliott: Kings lose Drew Doughty for two months, Sean Walker for the season

Drew Doughty injured his right knee Friday in a game against Dallas. Sean Walker is out for the season after injuring his right knee Monday.


Elliott: Cal Petersen's season-opening start underlines next-gen movement on Kings

Cal Petersen becomes the first goaltender not named Jonathan Quick to start for the Kings in a season opener in more than a decade in a 6-2 win over Vegas.


Elliott: Rookie Mason McTavish scores record goal, an encouraging sign for the Ducks

Ducks rookie Mason McTavish scored his first NHL goal hours after learning he would be playing in Anaheim's season opener vs. Winnipeg.


Ten things to know about the Kings: Making the playoffs is imperative

The Kings should have an improved defense, but scoring could be the biggest key to returning to the playoffs for the first time since 2018.


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Olivia de Havilland, known for roles in "Gone With the Wind" and "To Each His Own," dies at 104

Hollywood is remembering Olivia de Havilland, one of the last stars from cinema's so-called Golden Age. The Oscar-winning actress died at her home in Paris on Sunday at the age of 104. She appeared in dozens of films in her decades long career, including "Gone With the Wind." Anthony Mason remembers her life, on and off screen.

Rome Opera has COVID-19 friendly opening night at ancient chariot racing site

As early as 2,800 years ago, Romans would flock to the Circus Maximus to be entertained with chariot races. Now, the ancient site has been transformed into an outdoor venue for the Rome Opera House's summer season. Chris Livesay talks to soprano Rosa Feola about how Circus Maximus is the savior of Italian Opera.

Media mogul Tyler Perry on aCamp Quarantinea production and helping others

Actor, director, writer and producer Tyler Perry joins "CBS This Morning" to give a behind-the-scenes look at the precautions in place to keep cast and crew members safe while filming at his studio amid the coronavirus outbreak. Tyler Perry Studios is one of the first studios in the country to resume production during the pandemic.

"Sunday Morning" Matinee: Celebrating Rodgers & Hart

2020 marks the centenary of the Broadway debut of the first professional collaboration by one of musical theater's most legendary duos, Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart. To honor their songwriting legacy, Broadway stars Jelani Alladin ("Frozen," "Hercules") and Christiani Pitts ("King Kong," "A Bronx Tale"), along with dancer Richard Riaz Yoder ("Hello, Dolly!," "Shuffle Along"), present a modern take on the Rodgers & Hart standard "The Lady Is a Tramp," recorded especially for the "Sunday Morning" audience. Music direction and arrangements by drummer Bryan Carter, who performs alongside bassist Russell Hall.

National Zoo reopens for the first time in 19 weeks

After shutting down due to the coronavirus pandemic, the National Zoo in Washington, D.C. reopened to the public for the first time in 19 weeks. Some indoor exhibits still remain closed for health and safety reasons. Chip Reid reports.

Kim Kardashian West addresses Kanye's mental health

Reality TV star Kim Kardashian West made a public plea for compassion on behalf of her husband Kanye West. This comes after a public outburst over the weekend at a presidential rally in South Carolina. Jericka Duncan reports.

"Watchmen" leads all Emmy nominees with 26

The late Fred Willarda received a nod for his "Modern Family" guest appearance and a posthumous nomination also went to director Lynn Shelton,.

MLB postpones Miami Marlins games over virus outbreak

More than a dozen players and staff members for the team have tested positive for the virus.

Kyrie Irving commits $1.5 million for WNBA players who opt out

WNBA players who are not deemed high risk by a panel of doctors would otherwise have to forfeit their salary if they choose to sit out the season.

Olivia de Havilland, star of Hollywood's Golden Age, dead at 104

De Havilland died at home in Paris, the city where she lived since the 1950s.

TV shows canceled or ended in 2020

It was the end of the road for "Katy Keene," "Hawaii Five-0," "Modern Family" and more.

Fox News anchors and former reporter accused of sexual misconduct

Two of Fox News Channel's most prominent hosts are accused of sexual harassment, and a former reporter is accused of rape. Jericka Duncan reports. (Warning: Some of the allegations are graphic in nature).

Book sheds light on Harry and Meghan's split from royal family

The book also describes a conversation between Harry and Prince William that apparently led to a rift between the brothers

WNBA players walk off court before national anthem

"We are dedicating this season to Breonna Taylor, an outstanding EMT who was murdered over 130 days ago in her home," Liberty guard Layshia Clarendon. "We will say her name...We will be a voice for the voiceless."

Naya Rivera's ex-husband posts emotional tribute to star

"Time on Earth is precious and you just never know....you never know what could happen," Dorsey said.

Peter Green, Fleetwood Mac co-founder, has died at 73

"When we lost Peter Green, we were devastated as people, and our music was a what are we going to do?" Mick Fleetwood told CBS News' Anthony Masona.

Regis Philbin, beloved longtime TV host, dies at 88, family says

"His family and friends are forever grateful for the time we got to spend with him," his family said in a statement.

From 2005: The iconic Regis Philbin

TV legend Regis Philbin died Friday, July 24 at the age of 88. In this "Sunday Morning" profile originally broadcast December 25, 2005, Charles Osgood visited the set of Philbin's syndicated morning show, "Live with Regis and Kelly," and accompanied him on the piano, as Philbin talked about the hosting jobs, late-night guest appearances and recordings of one of TV's brightest personalities.

Remembering Regis Philbin

Talk show host Regis Philbin, who held the Guinness World Record for most hours on TV, died Friday, July 24 at the age of 88. "Sunday Morning" takes a look back at a perennially winning television personality.

The New Yorker Cartoons: Signs of the times

For some 95 years, cartoons in The New Yorker magazine have captured the spirit of their times. "Sunday Morning" presents a recent sampling from cartoonists Victoria Roberts, Pia Guerra and Ian Boothby, Jeremy Nguyen, and David Sipress.

A summer song: Jimmy Buffett

The "Margaritaville" singer who's provided a summer soundtrack for decades, and who has a new album out ("Life on the Flip Side"), has canceled his annual summer tour because of the COVID-19 pandemic. But despite the dour news and shuttered concert scene, Jimmy Buffett is one to turn lemons into lemonade, by performing online concerts for first responders. Correspondent Tracy Smith catches up with the singer about making music that meets the challenge of the times.

Jimmy Buffett: "Everybody needs to take a little breath"

The "Margaritaville" singer, who canceled his annual summer tour, is making lemonade out of lemons, performing online concerts for first responders and longing for the day he'll once again put on "one hell of a show"

Danny Meyer on the key takeaway for rescuing restaurants

Hospitality is a central ingredient in the restaurateur's recipe for survival, as is rethinking the business model for one of the nation's largest industries, hard hit by the pandemic

Jimmy Buffett performs aSlack Tidea

The singer-songwriter famed for aMargaritavillea has cancelled his annual summer tour, but fans who are isolating at home can take solace in his new album, aLife on the Flip Side.a In this web exclusive for aCBS Sunday Morning,a Jimmy Buffett performs a song from the album, aSlack Tide.a

10 essential film scores by Ennio Morricone

Music by the Italian composer, who died Monday at age 91, has left an indelible imprint on many genres, from spaghetti westerns and gangster dramas to historic epics and horror (with audio excerpts)

MLB team says it's a "great day to arrest the killers of Breonna Taylor"

The Tampa Bay Rays on Twitter called for the arrest of the officers involved in the fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor.

Saturday Sessions: Allman Betts Band performs "Midnight Rider"

Devon Allman, son of Allman Brothers frontman Greg Allman, paired up with sons of other founding Allman Brothers members to make the Allman Betts Band just three years ago. Following their acclaimed debut "Down to the River,a the band is now set to release their second album aBless Your Hearta on August 28. They join aCBS This Morning: Saturdaya to perform "Midnight Rider."

Saturday Sessions: Allman Betts Band performs "Pale Horse Rider"

Devon Allman, son of Allman Brothers frontman Greg Allman, paired up with sons of other founding Allman Brothers members to make the Allman Betts Band just three years ago. Following their acclaimed debut "Down to the River,a the band is now set to release their second album aBless Your Hearta on August 28. They join aCBS This Morning: Saturdaya to perform "Pale Horse Rider."