by EMILY RAINE
The Montreal writer, of Said the Gramophone fame, tells us about his forthcoming debut novel (about the invention of the theremin!), and the storytelling event he's involved in this week.
Writer Mark Lavorato talks about his latest book, a story about artists living in Montreal in the 1920s.
Hyped as the best comics artist of his generation, TO artist Michael DeForge comes to Montreal to launch his new book Ant Colony.
Station 16's new show, curated by Omen, resuscitates the memento mori to remind you that life is short.
Local artist/animator Sarah Pupo takes Articule with In the Night Room, a creeping, growing accumulation of animations, projections and art installation.
Galerie de l'UQAM welcomes two great solo exhibitions and launches The Painting Project's digital extension.
The fifth annual Bouge d'Ici takes over the Mainline Theatre to celebrate all things dance.
There's more happening around town than you think; here's your winter theatre forecast.
Here's our picks for the year's best books, for the long, cold winter ahead.
Here's what's the haps this week as even more craft sales, open studios and holiday bazaars paint the town a festive shade of red.
We chat with Stikki Peaches, one of Montreal's most beloved—and most mysterious—artists.
Holiday craft fairs are popping up all over the city. Here's what's happening this week.
* See It Follows while you still can
* Travesties at the Segal Centre
* Artist Yinka Shonibare speaks at the Phi Centre
* Comedian Brad MacDonald headlines at Blue Dog
* Commander Clark at Casa del Popolo
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