Don Harron


After six months of tough negotiations, the writers’ and actors’ strikes are over. How will these new labor agreements affect the future of television? Who better to ask than Mister John Doyle?It has been a full year since the distinguished Globe and Mail TV columnist retired. I spoke to him about six months ago for

Ronnie Hawkins, simply known as “The Hawk” when he tore up the Yonge Street strip in the late ’50s, early ’60s, died May 29 at 87. Remembered for his full-throated cover of Bo Diddley’s “Who Do You Love,” the Arkansas-born singer-songwriter jammed with rock and roll’s earliest pioneers. They included Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins,

PASADENA, Calif.–I was sitting through a TCA session on the upcoming Fox drama Wayward Pines when the news reached my Twitter feed: Don Harron had died. There had been word he was not in good health. Harron was 90. I probably first discovered him on Hee Haw. The creators of that show were Canadian, Frank