by JEFF MILLER
Launching in Montreal this week, Sean Michaels' Us Conductors recounts the story behind one of the world's weirdest musical instruments.
by JOSEPH SANNICANDRO
We spoke to curator & organizer Stefan Christoff about the week of programming beginning this Thursday, April 24.
by KAYLA MARIE HILLIER
Here’s what’s happening at this year’s RQS, April 18–27.
by SHANNON TIEN
The local author's new short story collection, Sweet Affliction, exposes some uncomfortable truths about this city, resisting the urge to romanticize.
The magazine's founder explains why they chose to build their first transatlantic issue around a street in Montreal.
by MARITES CARINO
We spoke to choreographer D.A. Hoskins about how religious repression & anger over arts funding cuts inspired the show he's presenting this week.
You'll recognize Montreal's art community & activist scene in Jacob Wren's Polyamorous Love Song, an accessible avant-garde work that asks a lot of big questions.
We spoke to Emma Wilkie about comedy show There’s Something Funny Going On and their latest milestone.
A party this weekend will mark Archive Montreal's 15th anniversary & raise funds to refurbish their art vending machines.
by LORRAINE CARPENTER
En Masse fetes their fifth anniversary with a show of new work at Station 16, Full Circle. We spoke to Jason Botkin about where their magic comes from.
by Sarah Deshaies
Jeff Gandell's Fringe Festival hit The Balding gets a remount at Mainline Theatre this week.
Actor Mike Paterson and director Paul Flicker discuss the new local production of David Mamet's masterpiece.
* CKUT spring cleaning sale
* The Student Diaries at Dawson College
* Invisible Lines at Eastern Bloc
* Que ta joie demeure & The Husband at the Phi Centre
* Yamantaka // Sonic Titan play Il Motore
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