by LORRAINE CARPENTER
Quelque Show revives a local TV concept from the 1970's, asking average Montrealers for their opinions and creating an oral history of the city in the process.
by EVAN DUBINSKY
Part of the magic of this app is the confidence it instils in people to tell you what they really want. And that can be terrifying.
Yes, No Pants Subway Ride Day is an actual thing.
by CULTURE TEAM
We checked out five indie, edgy, funny, disturbing and sublime theatre and dance shows as part of the ongoing festival at the Centaur.
by ALEX ROSE
Inherent Vice, an adaptation of a cacophonous, freewheeling detective novel by Thomas Pynchon, is indecipherable, unfocused and incredible.
by SHAWN STENHOUSE
Liam Neeson returns to well-trod territory with the very unnecessary Tak3n.
by JOHNSON CUMMINS
Johnson's top eight shows of the week — most of them heavy as fuck — including what could very well be the best metal show of the year.
by PETER WHEELAND
The bad news is that the economy will take a major hit from plummeting oil prices. The good news is that the Harper government and their polluting projects will, too.
by LISA SPROULL
Warm up this week with a new slate of art shows as Montreal's gallery scene comes back from vacay
Deux jours, une nuit is a perfect encapsulation of why the Belgian directing team has such an insanely high batting average at Cannes.
We tried the Frenchy Japanese bistro fare at Thazard, a reasonably priced, late-night resto by the ramen specialists at Iwashi.
As long as people get bored, there will be a need for this dumb adorable little app.
by Sarah Deshaies
A guide to the Wildside Festival, 11 days of indie theatre and dance productions.
by ERIK LEIJON
Ostentorial: The resolutions of a Cult MTL writer.
Sure it can be devastating, but it's also the most beautiful natural disaster there is.
The controversial assassination comedy has found a theatrical release in Montreal — was the whole shitshow worth it? Not exactly.
The Merry Montreal team is on a mission to make the Old Port party the biggest NYE show in town, but that's only the start of an ambitious plan.
by SCREEN TEAM
Three of our film critics weigh in on the best, worst and most underrated films, as well as the guiltiest cinematic pleasures of 2014.
* Cineplex Digital Film Festival
* BBAM! Gallery screens a British Invasion double bill
* Studio 303 presents Cabaret Tollé at la Sala Rossa
* #Nightowl music & art party
* Durag Disco with the 4 horsemen of funk
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