Sunday, March 4

Rose Cousins. Photo by Vanessa Heins

For a little dinner-hour rock, check out Po Lazarus at this week’s edition of l’Esco’s Sunday Pasta Party. 4461 St-Denis, 5 p.m., $12 (includes a plate of pasta, there are always veggie options)

Juno-award winning Halifax based folk singer/songwriter Rose Cousins drops by Petit Campus this evening with opener Ken Yates, the Canadian Folk Music Awards’ 2017 pick for Emerging Artist of the Year. 57 Prince-Arthur E., 7 p.m., $10–$23

For those not yet Nuit Blanched-out, head to Édifice Wilder for the ongoing dance party 24 Hours of Vinyl, curated by Music is My Sanctuary and hosted by Discogs, where a new DJ will take over the decks every hour with today’s post-sunup lineup including Asma, Miraa, Fred Everything, Lex, Project Pablo and more. 1435 de Bleury, began 7 p.m. Saturday, continues through 7 p.m. today, free

Anyone who’s itching to watch the glamorous spectacle/self-congratulatory shit-show known as the Oscars (and don’t have cable or a house party to attend), Cinéma du Parc is once again screening it, from the red-carpet pre-show to the 90th Academy Awards ceremony in its endless entirety. 3575 Parc, 7:30 p.m., free

Same show, different vibe? Amid its kitschy ’80s collectibles, beer taps and cocktails, Little Italy’s Taverne Cobra is also screening the Oscars. 6584 St-Laurent, 8 p.m., free entry

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