NEW YORK — William Peter Blatty, the author of “The Exorcist,” has died. He was 89.
Watership Down author Richard Adams has died.
The last time Roch Carrier went skating was 15 years ago, when he fell and broke his kneecap trying out a new pair of blades.
April Wine frontman Myles Goodwyn has experienced his share of highs and heartaches in and out of the spotlight, but a near brush with death motivated the musician to steer towards a smoother path.
The rarest of Harry Potter books has sold at auction for a whopping $469,000.
Robbie Robertson, The Band’s Canadian-born lead guitarist-songwriter, solo artist, film composer, producer and actor has had quite the life.
Sandy Ann Humphreys marks the publication of her third children's book Cats in Pyjamas this fall.
For those who have ever pondered whether Wonder Woman may have hooked up with ladies during her time in the Amazon, the answer is “obviously yes.”
W.P. Kinsella, the B.C.-based author of “Shoeless Joe,” the award-winning novel that became the film “Field of Dreams,” has died at 81.
Coloured pencils were never in short supply during Margaret Atwood's childhood, and she put them to good use.