by SHANNON TIEN
Canada's Bryan Lee O'Malley took four years to follow up his smash hit & its film adaptation. Seconds has a female lead, and a plot couched in autobiographical irony.
by ERIK LEIJON
The Australian comedian tells us how much of his tale — about two 18-year-old girls, a (more) famous comedian & cocaine — is actually true.
by LISA SPROULL
The local chapter of the Rock Camp for Girls is underway this week. Because rock 'n' roll doesn't have to be a boys' club.
We spoke to the L.A.-based comic who opened for Dave Chappelle last year ahead of his trio of headlining gigs this week.
Vernissages, shows ending this week and ongoing exhibitions at galleries and museums across Montreal.
by DARCY MACDONALD
The Daily Show comedian tells us about the origins of his indignation, why Rob Ford is more human than the U.S. congress & where he hangs out in Montreal.
by ALEX ROSE
Veteran film programmer and writer Kier-La Janisse launches Kid Power! at the Fantasia Film festival.
by LORRAINE CARPENTER
Highlights of Montreal's annual mega comedy festival, in full swing this week and on till July 28.
by KAYLA MARIE HILLIER
The third issue of street-centric publication Flaneur, which focuses on one Mile End street, launches this week.
The local DJ and Tribe Called Red manager brings flicks from streets far and wide to the Fake store.
Concordia hosts the roving annual festival that presents plays, documentary films and art exhibits in an effort to demistify South and Central American culture.
by CULTURE TEAM
We caught some real gems at the Fringe, and so should you.
* Cinemania screens burlesque comedy in NDG Park
* 4 cool indie rock/post-punk bands at l’Escogriffe
* 3 cool electronic/synth-pop bands at Playhouse
* DJ XL5 Helluva Zappin’ Party at Fantasia
* Mad Decent/Fool’s Gold DJs at Tokyo
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