by ERIK LEIJON
Despite one last-minute cancellation and one programming misfire, MRCY Block Party succeeded in booking quality bands and getting Montrealers out to the north shore.
by ALEX ROSE
TIFF has handed out its People's Choice and best Canadian feature awards, and we've picked our festival favourites.
by Sarah Deshaies
We spoke to the actors and musicians behind the Segal's production of The Graduate, which is set in the 1960s but reflects modern views on sex, romance and gender.
Killer cosplay at the final day of the comics, sci-fi, horror, anime and gaming convention down at Palais des Congrès.
by SHAWN STENHOUSE
Europeans do their best Brooklyn accents in this otherwise gripping Dennis Lehane adaptation.
Welcome to Me casts Wiig as a prickly, unlikeable protagonist, and gets truly funny results, PLUS more hits and misses from TIFF.
More cray costumes from the sci-fi, comics, horror and anime convention down at Palais des Congrès.
by RADINA PAPUKCHIEVA
The actor delivers a stunning performance as an unscrupulous crime scene photographer in Nightcrawler PLUS more from TIFF.
See some of the sexy, cool, crazy, elaborate costumes sported by average Montrealers at Palais des Congrès.
The NYC rapper is in Montreal tonight, talking with Cult MTL hip hop columnist Darcy MacDonald at the Phi Centre at 8:30 p.m. Click here to see it live.
The accused psycho sat by as 1,600 Montrealers tried to get exempted from their civic duty PLUS Grimes, Koivu, Charbonneau, peeping toms & more in our news round-up.
by LORRAINE CARPENTER
See and hear some of the mind-bending sounds and visuals in store for audiences at the third annual Psych Fest, happening this weekend.
See "Moon 5" by the Montreal electronic/pop act.
by JOHNSON CUMMINS
There are so many heavy shows happening this week, even in the lead-up to POP Montreal.
by NATALIA YANCHAK
Ahead of this weekend's Comiccon, we spoke to Star Trek: The Next Generation's Marina Sirtis (aka Deanna Troi) about the show's cultural reverberations.
by BARBARA PAVONE
It works in Quebec City and Dix30, but will this sprawling Americana resto-bar-venue survive in Old Montreal?
by DARCY MACDONALD
He's rapping at Telus Theatre and speaking at the Phi Centre beforehand. Read on for details about how you can win tickets + more hip hop action this week.
by PETER WHEELAND
We should all take part in the global People's Climate March this month. This can't wait till we vote Stephen Harper out of office next year.
* World Press Photo exhibition
* Cinema Politica screens Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret
* Irish ’77 punks Stiff Little Fingers play Café Campus
* Survive, GRKZGL, Vera Brim & Ater Charta play Casa del Popolo
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