See scenes from Nuit Blanche by Lisa Sproull, from the Nuit Tribe party in Old Montreal to outdoor fun in the Quartier des Spectacles.
See the sights from Saturday's all-night art-a-thon party, from the Olympic Village to the Old Port, Parc Ex to the Plateau.
by ALEX ROSE
Anti-Social Limited recounts the hard life of a First Nations man trying to go legit — his internal struggle is his biggest hurdle.
See some of the painting, drawing, tattoo and make-up art, photography, fashion and live music at this week's RAW Natural Born Artists showcase.
Wherein over a dozen Montreal artists did what a lot of us have been doing this winter — stayed indoors. But these guys left their mark. Have a look.
by RADINA PAPUKCHIEVA
Red Army tells the tale of hockey's place in the Cold War, and how the Russians (nearly) came to dominate the sport.
by LORRAINE CARPENTER
Dance party, chill-out, listening session: 24 Hours of Vinyl does it all, with 20 DJs. Read about what to expect from this weekend's Nuit Blanche edition.
by OL DIRTY DELI
We sampled all kinds of comfort food in a working-class Southwest hood far from foodie hotspots, where gentrification hasn't quite taken hold.
Top-flight indie talent can't save The Lazarus Effect from feeling like a deadly serious mismash of everything from The Exorcist to Paranormal Activity.
by LISA SPROULL
Your guide to the arts scene this week, including vernissages, artist talks, and of course, Nuit Blanche!
by JOHNSON CUMMINS
If you're like me, you'll soon be tripping balls in sub-zero conditions. Here are the top picks for heavy events this week — extra heavy on Nuit Blanche (Saturday).
A high-concept script and likeable cast (including Chris Evans, Michelle Monaghan) fail to make this movie anything more than a low-wattage romcom.
The best dance parties, performances, movies, exhibits, crafts, sports, food & drink at this year's edition of Montreal's (mostly free) all-night art bash.
by MALCOLM FRASER
We look back at the 2005 New York Times article on our music scene — its inaccuracies, its insults and the fallout from the media spotlight.
by ROBERT KILBORN
Five years after her death, the singer-songwriter has forever become part of Montreal's musical landscape, alongside Leonard Cohen and Arcade Fire.
Alongside Bruce Greenwood, Dolan plays a rare leading role in a movie directed by someone else: Charles Binamé's Elephant Song.
by MIKE GHENU
A report from last weekend's Hackathon at McGill, aka McHacks, a 24-hour app/gadget-development fair.
See how our readers voted in such alternative Oscar categories as Worst Performance, Hottest Actress, Most Obvious Failed Attempt at Oscar Bait and Best Grossout.
* See Soviet hockey doc Red Army at Cinema Excentris
* Canada, Public Schooling and Institutional Racism lecture/discussion
* Montreal bands Heat, Beat Cops and Child Actor play Casa del Popolo
* DJs Tazz B2B Chicaiza and Oculist at Salon Daomé
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