Roger Ebert


You knew it was coming. Roger Ebert’s message earlier this week that he was “taking a leave of presence” seemed almost too upbeat, a bit like when former Tonight Show producer Peter Lassally started telling reporters Johnny Carson was fine a week before the King of Late Night died. Ebert’s final column, posted Tuesday, was

Canadians have been bitching about not seeing those Super Bowl ads for 40 years, ever since simultaneous substitution was introduced in 1972. The annual outcry is like our version of Groundhog Day.Thing is, the big-budget commercials have been available to Canadians for years, in some cases, prior to the big game, on the Internet.It’s never