by PETER WHEELAND
Denis Coderre may be ahead in Montreal's mayoral polls, but Mélanie Joly, the 34-year-old dark horse, is gaining ground steadily.
by KAYLA MARIE HILLIER
A star-studded cast gets drunk on sexahol in Thanks for Sharing.
by EVAN DUBINSKY
Man about town Evan Dubinsky, 30, told us he wanted to get drunk for the first time, so we accompanied him on something resembling a pub crawl.
by RACHEL LEVINE
Spring Awakening brings turn-of-the-century German teens' awkward sexual discovery to the stage — in musical form.
by JEFF MILLER
Canadian indie press Biblioasis launches three very different books at Casa tonight, with readings by authors Andrew Steinmetz, Lucie Wilk and Cynthia Flood.
by MICHAEL BUCK
Saint Sushi Bar, a Plateau spot that opened earlier this year, offers some of the best sushi in town, and unlike its competition, it's affordable.
Get an eyeful of Black & Blue, through the lens of Cindy Lopez.
by ALEX ROSE
Xavier Dolan’s latest Tom à la ferme, screening at the Festival du nouveau cinéma, is his best work to date.
by MALCOLM FRASER
Local filmmaker Jeff Barnaby’s feature debut Rhymes for Young Ghouls is changing the face of Canadian cinema.
by LORRAINE CARPENTER
New tunes and videos to listen to and watch today.
by DARCY MACDONALD
Full Course serves up an earful, PLUS: win tickets to the Black Milk show on Sunday.
by LUCAS WISENTHAL
In this week's news round-up, we have threats of bodily harm.
Cinema’s line-up this weekend includes pirates, machetes, lesbians and water.
by ERIK LEIJON
Back for the third time, does Wings 'N Things get the venerable chicken wing right?
Tonight, Black Box play the Roxbury, the Crescent Street club that's become Montreal's stop on the '90s comeback circuit.
by GABRIEL SIGLER
Paul Greengrass’s latest Captain Phillips examines the true story of a U.S. cargo ship hijacked by Somali pirates.
Quebec filmmaker Elza Kephart will premiere her latest film Go in the Wilderness at this year’s Festival du nouveau cinéma. We spoke to her about her experience filming in northern Quebec and her take on the Lilith story.
by EMILY RAINE
Denis Gagnon unveiled his Spring/Summer 2014 collection this week. Cult MTL talked to the designer about the new line pre-show and was on hand to show you how it looks.
* Read the Rant Line
* Heteropolis launch
* Free short film programme at PHI
* Let’s Do This! Get Weird! at Mainline Theatre
* Local punk at L’Escogriffe
* Love on the Beat at Velvet
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