We spoke to Marky Ramone, ahead of his Heavy Montreal show & book signing, about his new autobiography, Punk Rock Blitzkrieg.
Part one of our festival style gallery, featuring some of the weekend's top fashion moments at Parc Jean-Drapeau.
Highlights of a mammoth edition of Montreal's comedy festival.
by ALEX ROSE
An interview with Kier-La Janisse about her book of essays on the widespread hysteria over supposed Satanism in culture, from the U.S. to Quebec.
by LISA SPROULL
A show of women in art by female artists, festival action and killer parties in our vernissage round-up + complete Montreal gallery and museum listings.
Montreal artist Glen LeMesurier created a one-of-a-kind piece for Ubisoft from a decommissioned elevator.
We spoke to a member of design studio Sugar 4 Brains, curators of Woman x Women, a new showcase of women in art by women artists.
by LORRAINE CARPENTER
Give us your stoned, your high, your tripping masses yearning to inhale freely. There's a comedy show you need to know about at Zoofest this week.
We spoke to the roast-mistress and co-creator of the 1902-set faux-reality show Another Period ahead of her Just for Laughs show this weekend.
A Vice photojournalism exhibit at Phi Centre, visual/performance art at Just for Laughs + more art events & complete gallery and museum listings.
Emerging artists, local fauna, Maliseet sculpture plus a new arts venue and a street art tour this week
A very Montreal week in the arts scene with work reflecting different views of the city, plus live painting and the opening of a replica of the Sistine Chapel ceiling.
* The Fantasia film festival
* Habana Café play a free show at Parc J. D. Ducharme
* Vinyl Love at le Bleury
* Outdoor screening of Kanehsatake, 270 Years of Resistance
* Yasiin Bey premieres a stand-up comedy act at the Phi Centre
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