by LISA SPROULL
The Howl! arts collective is holding its first fair this weekend, selling prints, photographs, music, zines and more.
by ALEX ROSE
Nuclear Neighbourhood screens as part of Soundcentral's Squalorween party.
by DARCY MACDONALD
Where to find the beat this week.
Égrégore opens at Yves Laroche Gallery tonight, PLUS more vernissages and full gallery and museum listings.
And not just because he lost weight. The Gyllenhaalaissance is on.
by BARBARA PAVONE
A French champagne producer has challenged six very different Montreal restaurants to pair their bubbly with a special dish, available till Nov. 22. Details here.
by MIKEY B RISHWAIN
M for Montreal's M for Mikey dodged ebola to catch some fresh Canadian talent at the annual CMJ Music Marathon last week.
by PETER WHEELAND
There’s nothing like a tragedy to bring out a flood of meaningless clichés. But there are serious problems at the core of our system.
The 20th edition of this festival of French movies (with English subtitles) has a particularly strong program this year, screening Nov. 6–16. See our highlights here.
The Biennale is a multidisciplinary festival that's occupying 15 local venues through Jan. 4. Here's what you need to know.
William Shatner and a few other (better) actors star in 1982's Visiting Hours, another marvel from the Tax Shelter era of Canadian cinema.
by LORRAINE CARPENTER
St. Vincent seems tailor-made for awards season. That’s not a good thing.
by Sarah Deshaies
We spoke to the creators of Black Theatre Workshop'sh Gas Girls, a brave portrait of women's struggle for survival in Zimbabwe.
The fourth annual Montreal Zombie Walk drew out hordes of the undead. Check out our photo gallery by Cindy Lopez.
by SHAWN STENHOUSE
And Reeves isn't even the biggest problem with John Wick.
Couillard's going to China to sell off our precious natural resources and more in our other-news round-up.
We're going to listen to It Takes a Nation... hang out, have a drink and vent together, tonight PLUS the best rap, soul, electro and street art events this week.
by JOHNSON CUMMINS
The best rock, punk and metal shows in Montreal, PLUS original shoegazers and kings of slowcore unite.
* Halloween Anti-Austerity March
* Thriller Zombie Dance
* Halloween parties at bars & clubs
* Art events today & tomorrow
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