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Pictures of the Week 9.10.15

Japan

Google's new logo doubles as a loading screen

Google — well, parent company Alphabet — has given its logo its largest overhaul in 16 years.<p>Unveiled today, the new logo has wider, more pronounced …

20 places for fall travel | CNN Travel

Travel

The reinvention of Justin Bieber

On Sunday night, Justin Bieber cried on live TV.After performing a mash-up of two new songs, Where Are U Now and What Do You Mean, at the MTV Video …

Burning Man 2015 Opens in Black Rock: Pictures

The Arts

Nobody Got Laid Through Ashley Madison, According to John McAfee

Ashley Madison may be growing, but that still doesn’t mean anyone is actually successfully using the site to have an affair.<p>Despite tens of millions …

Ashley Madison

CFL’s quarterback casualties mount as homegrown players are being outmatched by American talent

SURREY, B.C. — There is at least one team executive in the Canadian Football League who will tell you, off the record, that there is no great mystery …

The Week in Review: Denali vs. Mount McKinley

President Barack Obama renamed America’s highest peak during his trip to Alaska this week, the first by a sitting president of the United States. The mountain, at more than 20,000 feet, became known as Mount McKinley in 1896 after a gold prospector emerged from the Alaska Range to hear that …

Daily Edition Top 10 (Week of August 31, 2015)

This turbulent week, which was covered in The Daily Edition, included the ongoing migrant and refugee crisis in Europe, the debate over the renaming of Mount McKinley, a new batch of Hillary Clinton emails and a Deflategate ruling that ended Tom Brady‘s NFL suspension. Read more about these topics …

Mississauga wants nothing to do with any Toronto Olympic bid

If Toronto does move forward with an Olympic bid, the city will have to do it without the help of one of its largest suburbs.<p>In a unanimous vote Thursday, Mississauga city council decided against participating, even if Toronto does go ahead with a 2024 Summer Olympic bid. Mississauga was a crucial …

Apple Unveils Cool, New Stuff

Northern California

Former Wind and Rogers executives are bringing Mobile Klinik phone repair stores to Canada

Former Wind Mobile CEO Ken Campbell and Rob Bruce, the former head of the wireless and cable divisions at Rogers Communications, are bringing a chain …

5 Topics for…Late Show with Stephen Colbert Premiere

Comedian Stephen Colbert takes over at CBS‘s “The Late Show” Tuesday, filling the seat held by David Letterman for 22 years. The former host of “The Colbert Report” on Comedy Central will welcome actor George Clooney, Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush, Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk, musician …

The 12 movies our TIFF team can’t wait to see

The 40th edition of the Toronto International Film Festival doesn't start until Thursday, but The Globe and Mail's Arts team isn't taking it easy. For the past few weeks, we've been writing down, then scratching off, various films of interest – and with 289 features to choose from, our notepads …

13 Of The World's Most Colorful Lakes

These 13 colorful lakes are like something out of a dream.<p>These naturally bold beauties are like something out of a dream.

Yellowstone National Park

Apple increases Canadian price of AppleCare+ across its entire iPhone lineup

With the impending release of the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus coming up, Canadian consumers will have to pay a lot if they want to have their new …

Life With Ziggy Stardust: A Legendary Music Lensman on Shooting David Bowie

At times it’s easy to forget that <b>David Bowie</b> is not, in fact, a lean, extraterrestrial rock god sent down to bless us mortals with the gift of glam. Not so, one assumes, for <b>Mick Rock</b>, who bore more intimate witness to Bowie the Man than perhaps any other living lensman. From 1972 to 1973, while …

Hy's: Where secrets were swapped over supper

For years, Ottawa journalists and politicians traded gossip at Hy’s steakhouse. In 2016, it closes its doors. John Geddes on the end of an era.<p>Like a …

Canada

Heartbreaking Faces of Migrants’ Children in Pictures

Cookies

Patrick Demarchelier Retrospective at Christie's: Pictures of

If you aren't familiar with the name Patrick Demarchelier, you are certainly well versed in his work.<p>As one of the world's most in-demand fashion photographers, Demarchelier is famous for his snaps of supermodels that have appeared in <i>Vogue</i>, *Vanity Fair *, and of course, <i>Glamour</i>. To be photographed …

Samsung Trolls Apple’s iPad Pro and iPhone 6s on Twitter [TWEETS]

Without wasting much time, Samsung has already started trolling Apple’s latest iOS device announcements on Twitter, poking fun at the new iPad Pro, …

2016 Election: Washington Post Reporter Calls Race ‘Surreal’ and ‘Twisty-Turny’

<i>The 2016 race for president is fully underway. On the Democratic side, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton remains embroiled in an email controversy, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders continues to rise in the polls, and Vice President Joe Biden is deciding whether or not to jump into the race. On</i> …

New York Fashion Week Begins: Pictures

Fashion Week

Apple TV now poses a legitimate threat to Nintendo, Sony and Microsoft

Apple has never had hardcore gamers in the front of its mind, but its accidental success in the casual gaming space on the iPhone, and later, iPad, …

Why the 'ugliest car' ever is finding fans with millennials

The Pontiac Aztek has made many ugly car lists. It topped Globe Drive's list in November and landed at No. 5 on Edmunds list of 100 ugly cars in 2013.<p>"If you set out to build a car that violated every principle of aesthetics, you would find it hard to beat the Aztek," wrote Drive columnist Peter …

Apple financing scheme may unlock U.S. carriers' iPhone plans | News Home | Reuters

(Reuters) - Apple Inc’s financing plan for its new iPhones is likely to force U.S. carriers to work harder to win and retain customers.<p>The new Apple iPhone 6S and 6S Plus are displayed during an Apple media event in San Francisco, California, September 9, 2015. REUTERS/Beck Diefenbach<p>Apple …

5 Topics for…NFL Season

Tonight a new NFL season kicks off with the Pittsburgh Steelers going up against the New England Patriots in Foxborough, Mass. There are plenty of bold predictions out there for what the 2015-16 season will hold, and don’t forget that Flipboard’s got a topic for every team and many top players. …

Meet New York’s homeless fashion photographer

Mark Reay was looking for a job. It was 2007 when he entered a New York newsagents, writing down the email addresses of staff from magazines on the shelf. He sent out around 50 messages with some images from his photography portfolio. We called him back. Thus began seven years of shooting for …

Syrian family finds peace and hope in Vancouver

Samer Aldhmad struggles to find the words to talk about the image that has galvanized the world's attention on the long-building humanitarian crisis in his home country of Syria.<p>A father of five children under the age of 10, Mr. Aldhmad is acutely aware of the similarities between his family – …