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Burnaby actor's lead role in Kim's Convenience a rarity in mainstream TV


"When I was growing up, I didn't have a show like this to watch," says Andrea Bang. Her sitcom role is a coup for the actor, who is passionate about visibility of Asians in media.

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Jam SS Dance Studio will hold open lessons on October 29, Trend Life reported.
Karaj, Alborz prov., Oct 26, IRNA – The Chancellor of Kharazmi University Mohammad Ali Sobhanollahi said that Iran ranked 1st in the Middle East and 7th in the world in nanotechnology.
New works by Franz Hals rarely surface, and this portrait was unknown — both reasons it deserved more scrutiny, scholars say.
A full documentary film about the jazz virtuoso Vagif Mustafazade was presented in Baku on October 26.
Karaj, Alborz prov., Oct 26, IRNA – The 6th International Conference on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (ICNN) started work here on Wednesday to review the latest achievements in these areas.
Be afraid, be very afraid… Halloween has snuck up on us again. It's the season for ghosts and vampires to take to the streets, asking for candy and scaring one another silly.
The 14th Festival of Cultural Traditions and National Dishes kicked off in Tashkent this week.
Intentionally or not, he is showing us the true spirit of literature.
Los Angeles prosecutors have charged an Australian man in an attack on a security guard outside supermodel Miranda Kerr's home earlier this month.
Daniel Holden tries to re-enter society as the final season of “Rectify” begins. And Laverne Cox and Samira Wiley of “Orange Is the New Black” face off in “Lip Sync Battle.”
Eva-Maria Westbroek’s third take on the role allows her to explore antiheroic qualities while bringing compassion to character.
The Dutch conductor will helm the New York and Hong Kong Philharmonics, a pinnacle that began with a push from Leonard Bernstein.
‘A light tower for this city-in-progress,’ after years of delays and a tenfold increase in costs.
Elizabeth Njoroge uses her ‘rock star’ gifts to create orchestras and run programs that give poor youth the chance to perform and learn.
A new version of ‘Jeptha’ leads the fall for the Dutch National Opera & Ballet, and other performances of note this season.
Eternity is downright cozy in Daniel Alexander Jones’s hearts-and-flowers-themed exploration of life and what lies beyond in this Soho Rep production.
Qui Nguyen’s raucous comedy about Vietnamese refugees in America in 1975 smartly nails the dissonance of immigration.
Highlights include a production of the Tony-winning black comedy “The Beauty Queen of Leenane,” directed by Garry Hynes in her Brooklyn Academy of Music debut.
When asked about her multiple sclerosis, Ms. Perillo, who wrote piercingly about mortality, said: “I don’t battle M.S. I relent to its humiliations.”
Hacksaw Ridge, the true story of the first conscientious objector to receive the U.S. Medal of Honor, marks the directorial return of actor Mel Gibson a decade after his last stint behind the camera.
Prominent at Sursock Museum these days is a series of hand-drawn, black-and-white figures with handwritten Arabic words around them.
George Balanchine’s ballet — featuring the Siren, whose flamboyant movements amaze the title character — returns this week to American Ballet Theater repertory.
The 13th annual festival includes “Blueprint Specials,” a musical performed at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum.
“Dreamlands: Immersive Cinema and Art, 1905-2016” explores the multidimensional possibilities of film, historically and today.
The final season of the SundanceTV series uses deep Christian themes in telling the story of an ex-convict who is unequipped for freedom.
A Dutch kitchen garden on a historic estate yields lessons about what humans and nature can cooperate in creating.
The orchestra’s fortunes have improved in the years since JoAnn Falletta took over, and she hopes to make it more central to the city’s identity.
Danspace Project’s “Platform 2016: Lost and Found,” featuring performances and conversations, explores the disease’s impact over three decades.
Danspace Project’s “Platform 2016: Lost and Found,” featuring performances and conversations, explores the disease’s impact over three decades.
This documentary looks at the rock group’s founding members, Liam and Noel Gallagher, through older footage and animated re-creations.
“Recognition” searches 1,000 news photographs a day and matches them with artworks in Tate Britain’s database. The results are surprising.
An oddly endearing production at the Abrons Arts Center that traffics far more in scary bearded creatures than narrative intelligibility.
Franny Moyle’s ambitious biography depicts J.M.W. Turner’s talent, work ethic and self-involvement in detail but with little style or warmth.
Ibsen’s evergreen story still has much to offer in this 90-minute version by David Harrower, given a modern-dress production by the Pearl Theater.

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