Pop Goes The News — Canadian comedian Norm Macdonald says political humour is “dull” and he thinks Bill Maher is “completely unfunny.”
In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, the 51-year-old who grew up in Ottawa said he is bored by political humour because it’s “biased toward what the comedian thinks.”
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Pop Goes The News — Canadian retailer RONA is being targeted by animal advocacy organization PETA for selling mouse glue traps.
“Glue traps are some of the most dreadful products on the market, causing immense and prolonged suffering,” reads an Action Alert posted by PETA.
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Pop Goes The News — Canadian musician Neil Young is unloading his sprawling Hawaiian estate for a cool $32 million.
The 69-year-old singer has described the property on the Big Island of Hawaii as “soothing” and “magical.”
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Pop Goes The News — A comedy about estranged family members who reunite during the holiday season after the death of their mother will be made in Toronto.
A Meyers Christmas is scheduled to shoot in the city from Oct. 26 until Dec. 11. Pre-production begins next week.
Continue reading David E. Talbert to direct ‘A Meyers Christmas’ in Toronto