The city has spoken! See the best of all things Montreal here.
by ALEX ROSE
There might be something to Schwarzenegger moving into squinty Eastwood-esque roles in the future.
Director Alex Garland (screenwriter of films such as 28 Days Later and Sunshine) has an almost effortless talent at building tension and developing characters.
by JOHNSON CUMMINS
Saturday bring the D-notes, PLUS 7 more heavy gigs to get you through the week to come.
We checked out some local bars that most Montrealers have never seen the inside of. Some of them are great finds. Others, not so much.
See the initial line-up reveal and show details for this year's edition of POP (Sept. 16-20).
by PETER WHEELAND
Is punching unarmed protesters in the face the new norm? An eyewitness report on May Day's heavy-handed crackdown, kettling and police brutality.
by LISA SPROULL
We spoke to Accès Asie's artistic and general director about the festival's 20th edition, on though May 24. PLUS: Festival highlights.
This year's comedy festival is bringing loads of celebs and cult comedians to Montreal in July. Check it out!
by ERIK LEIJON
The Texas soul man made his live debut in Montreal on the weekend. PLUS: Samo Sound Boy and Murlo at Newspeak.
by LORRAINE CARPENTER
Your skepticism is understood, but in this city of underwhelming attempts at the Italian-American staple, Pizza Jarry's specialty slices are a revelation.
Avengers: Age of Ultron is another carefully constructed product that feels like the work of a tightly run committee rather than creative individuals.
The only cure is more heaviosity. See the top Montreal shows Thursday through Monday right here.
Vernissages, conferences and art parties coming at you all weekend long in Montreal's arts scene.
This Saturday, May 2 sees the inaugural edition of a music festival featuring 60 Montreal acts playing free, hour-long sets very close to home.
An overview of the fest, beginning today and bringing five days of African and diaspora films to Montreal.
Glimpses of our city are highlights of this overwrought issue drama starring Billy Bob Thornton, Holly Hunter, Kirsten Dunst and Morgan Freeman.
Quebec is adopting policies that have left a trail of failure across the U.K. and Europe. Top economists agree. So guess why our government doesn't care.
* 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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