by LORRAINE CARPENTER
Deep Dish MTL is the underdog at the Webbys.
by KAYLA MARIE HILLIER
The magazine's founder explains why they chose to build their first transatlantic issue around a street in Montreal.
by MARITES CARINO
We spoke to choreographer D.A. Hoskins about how religious repression & anger over arts funding cuts inspired the show he's presenting this week.
Check out these new music videos.
by DARCY MACDONALD
Yesterday, the Melbourne-born, Montreal-based MC released his album, This Is All I Know. It was also his birthday, and as a gift from his fans, digital sales are soaring.
by JOHNSON CUMMINS
The NWOBHM band descends upon Katacombes + more metal, droners, crooners & rock 'n' rollers to see in the coming week.
The OQLF gets a big-box beatdown + corruption raids, bike-sharing, Marois's Haterade & more in our news round-up.
The people behind Casa del Popolo and la Sala Rossa launched a new concert space last night. See photos and read our interview with owner Mauro Pezzente here.
by ALEX ROSE
Horror clichés & solid filmmaking do battle in director Mike Flanagan’s new flick, Oculus, starring Doctor Who’s Karen Gillan.
by SHANNON TIEN
You'll recognize Montreal's art community & activist scene in Jacob Wren's Polyamorous Love Song, an accessible avant-garde work that asks a lot of big questions.
Hirokazu Koreeda’s award-winning film Like Father, Like Son explores paternal love and family.
The third edition of Real Love unites a fine crew of local musicians and vocalists in a common cause: to bring babymaking party music back to the stage.
by CAITLIN STALL-PAQUET
Homegrown grub & culture in Bali, Thailand & the USA.
by PETER WHEELAND
Forget sovereignty — there's another old idea that needs to be revived to fix Quebec's political system. PLUS: The last mention of the Charter EVER.
We spoke to Cinema Politica’s director of programming, Ezra Winton, about their 10-year anniversary event and book launch.
The local band's core duo explains how their roots in Montreal & a small Swedish village inspired their third album.
We spoke to the actor/director & Tom à la ferme playwright Michel Marc Bouchard.
We spoke to the executive director of Apathy Is Boring about what blocks young people from voting, and how to turn it around.
* Le choix des pianistes at Cinémathèque québécoise
* Concordia’s Soliloquies launch at Cagibi
* Stranger by the Lake at the Phi Centre
* The Ladies & Gentlemen Comedy Show at Shäika Café
* The Coathangers play Divan Orange
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