RADIOHEAD: One person was killed Saturday and a second seriously injured when scaffolding collapsed on a music festival stage in Toronto, officials said.
A Radiohead show that was to have been held on the stage in Downsview Park was canceled, the Toronto Star reported. Organizers said ticket-holders will receive refunds.
The collapse occurred about 4 p.m.
Fire Capt. Mark Strapko told CNN scaffolding fell 40 feet to the stage.
Two people received minor injuries in addition to the person who was pronounced dead at the scene and a second taken to a hospital.
"It was a really, really loud noise," Amy Kang, working at a beer tent about 300 feet away, told the Star.
The Radiohead concert was one of the acts in the North by Northeast music festival now under way in Toronto.
PRINCE PHILIP: Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, has resumed his royal duties, presiding over the Senior Colonels' Conference at Buckingham Palace in London.
The prince, who turned 91 Sunday, a day after he was discharged from a London hospital, was scheduled to appear in public with Queen Elizabeth II Saturday for the Trooping the Color, the official celebration of her birthday, the Daily Express reported.
"The fact he's attending engagements is an indication he is back to himself," a spokeswoman for the royal household said.
Philip was hospitalized with a bladder infection June 4, during the four-day celebration of the queen's Diamond Jubilee.
In addition to chairing the colonel's conference, Philip hosted a dinner for the officers. He is colonel of the Grenadier Guards.
Philip was hospitalized in December during the royal family's Christmas celebration at Sandringham House in Norfolk.
KENNETH BRANAGH: Actor Kenneth Branagh said he was thrilled at being knighted by Queen Elizabeth as part of the sovereign's annual birthday honors.
Branagh and fellow actor Kate Winslet were among the dozens of Britons up for various royal honors Saturday.
Branagh, 51, star of such British films as "Henry V" and "Harry Potter," said that as a kid, he dreamed of playing soccer for Northern Ireland's national side.
"I could only imagine how proud you might feel," he said. "My heart is fit to burst."
Winslet was named Commander of the British Empire, joining entertainers such as actor Jenny Agutter, Take That singer Gary Barlow and songwriter Richard Stilgoe who were bestowed the Order of the British Empire.
The conglomeration of commemorations also included nearly 300 "ordinary" Britons who received the British Empire Medal, which was revived for the queen's Diamond Jubilee after being discontinued in 1991.
'THE GLASS HOUSE:' A federal judge in New York said he was unlikely to block the premier of an ABC reality show that CBS claims is a rip-off of its "Big Brother" series.
ABC is scheduled to premiere "The Glass House" Monday over the objections of CBS, which went to court seeking an injunction based on alleged copyright and trade-secrets violations.
U.S. District Judge Gary Feess presided at a hearing on the request Friday. He said he was "not likely" to grant CBS' motion but agreed to mull it further before issuing a written ruling, E! Online said.
"I don't think the copyright argument is very strong," Feess said. "CBS has not persuaded me with either claim."
Despite the alleged similarities between the two shows, Feess said he did not believe "Big Brother" would lose its audience to ABC. He said the proliferation of reality shows made it difficult to argue "Big Brother" contained any exclusive trade secrets.
Entertainment Weekly said CBS vowed to continue pursuing its case and would also "move forward with our individual claims for liability and liquidated damages against any current 'The Glass House' producer who violated their Big Brother confidentiality agreement."