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Loss of smell, taste, might signal pandemic virus infection

Loss of smell, taste, might signal pandemic virus infection

NEW YORK — A loss of smell or taste might be an early sign of infection with the pandemic virus, say medical experts who cite reports from several countries. It might even serve as a useful screening tool, they say.
Review: 'Untold Story' dives backstage at 'The Office'

Review: 'Untold Story' dives backstage at 'The Office'

“The Office: The Untold Story of the Greatest Sitcom of the 2000s: An Oral History,” Dutton, by Andy Greene The show started as practically a shot-for-shot remake of the British version of “The Office” that aired in the United Kingdom and starred Ric
Malaria drugs' promise for coronavirus spurs hope, shortages

Malaria drugs' promise for coronavirus spurs hope, shortages

Excitement about treating the new coronavirus with malaria drugs is raising hopes, including with President Donald Trump.

U-M president seeks firing of professor facing sex charges

ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Regents at the University of Michigan are expected to consider a recommendation from its president that the school fire an opera singer and tenured professor facing sexual assault charges.

NY Philharmonic cancels season, cuts orchestra salaries

NEW YORK — The New York Philharmonic cancelled the rest of its season and a 10-concert European tour due to the new coronavirus, estimating it will have $10 million in operating losses to its $87 million annual budget because of the pandemic.
Canadian Folk Music Awards replace cancelled show with online event

Canadian Folk Music Awards replace cancelled show with online event

The Canadian Folk Music Awards are headed online as the country weathers the impact of COVID-19.
Canadian Folk Music Awards replace cancelled show with online event

Canadian Folk Music Awards replace cancelled show with online event

The Canadian Folk Music Awards are headed online as the country weathers the impact of COVID-19.
Netflix's 'Self Made' tells of first female millionaire

Netflix's 'Self Made' tells of first female millionaire

NEW YORK — Madam C.J. Walker may be one of America’s most successful “pull yourself up by your own bootstrap” stories, but many have never heard of her.

Banff World Media Festival slated for June cancelled over COVID-19

BANFF, Alta. — Another major entertainment event has been cancelled because of COVID-19, this time the Banff World Media Festival in Alberta.
'Canadian Strain' film overcomes many hurdles, including COVID-19

'Canadian Strain' film overcomes many hurdles, including COVID-19

Toronto filmmaker Geordie Sabbagh faced many hurdles with his new comedy "Canadian Strain," starring Jess Salgueiro as a cannabis dealer grappling with legalization. He had a tiny $10,000 budget and just nine days to shoot.