Jane Stevenson, Postmedia Network

Jane has been a Sun reporter since 1995. Before coming to the Sun, was music, film, TV, theatre, news reporter/editor at Canadian Press Toronto from 1991-95; News/entertainment radio/print reporter at Broadcast News/Canadian Press Vancouver from 1989-91; TV reporter and entertainment anchor for CKVU in Vancouver, 1988; News reporter/news reader/at CJOR Radio in Vancouver, 1984-88. Briefly went to film school in London, England, in 1984.

Stories

Minutes into a dolphin cruise from Shelter Cove Marina, several of the playful mammals are spotted frolicking in the water near kayakers. (JANE STEVENSON/TORONTO SUN)

Three days on Hilton Head: Laid-back Lowcountry now just a short hop away

Getting to this popular island in South Carolina's "Lowcountry" just got easier for Canadians now that Air Canada has begun daily direct flights (2-hrs-15-mins) from T.O. to Savannah, Ga. From there, it's a 45-minute-drive to the charming southern island on the smooth sandy shores of the Atlantic Ocean.

Irish rockers U2 kicked off their world tour of the Joshua Tree in Vancouver, B.C., on May 12. (THE CANADIAN PRESS)

Concerts hitting Toronto this summer

Summer officially arrives Wednesday, meaning it’s time to get your groove on outdoors — and indoors, in some cases — as the busiest time in Toronto’s concert season gets underway.

Queen Madge is always evolving and whoever takes on the role of portraying her is going to need to be chameleon-like.

Who to play Madonna in biopic?

Madonna was a mere 20 years old in 1978 when she moved from her native Bay City, Mich., to New York City with reportedly just $35 in her pocket.

Katy Perry is out with a new album and ready to hit the road. GETTY

MUSIC CHEAT SHEET: Katy wants a Witness

Bringing the fire Arcade Fire - hot off a secret show in Montreal last weekend during which they previewed six new songs described as "in the vein of [last album] Reflektor" - have added more dates to their upcoming tour across the pond. All of this is adding fuel to rumours the Montreal alt-rockers'long-awaited fifth album - and follow up to 2013'