by KAYLA MARIE HILLIER
We spoke to the actor/director & Tom à la ferme playwright Michel Marc Bouchard.
by LORRAINE CARPENTER
We spoke to the executive director of Apathy Is Boring about what blocks young people from voting, and how to turn it around.
by ERIK LEIJON
The Cleveland-based balls-to-the-wall rock trio defy expectations with their new record, Here and Nowhere Else.
by PETER WHEELAND
It's a popular practice in Quebec, but does it make sense in this election?
"Bittersweet Symphony" meets kung fu in the new video by Girl Talk, Renata Morales directs Karneef & more fresh music to see & hear.
The guys behind MEC Plus Ultra are bringing something novel to the gay clubbing scene: guitars.
Yesterday's demo, voter disenfranchisement, fury over unilingual service at dim sum & more in our news round-up.
The local duo release their debut LP, Howl, next week. Get an earful of their crafty folk sound.
by JOHNSON CUMMINS
The fortnight of primo rock 'n' roll events starts with a slab of classic psychedelic vinyl tonight and ends with the farce that is 21st century Ozzy on Monday.
by MALCOLM FRASER
The local director’s latest, Que ta joie demeure, is a poetic and avant-garde exploration of factory life.
The local punks play a 10th anniversary show five months after the death of singer Nick Babeu. Read about their recruitment of guest vocalists, and their next step.
Check out these flicks on the big screen throughout the month of April.
Campaign mud-slinging has uncovered several cases of corruption, exploitation & stupidity, so we reviewed & ranked them. See which one gets a 10/10.
We spoke to Cinémathèque québécoise programming director Fabrice Montal about this year’s Bright Nights festival.
We watched the masters at work. And it was impressive. But not that impressive.
With her strange scare tactics, Charter defender Janette Bertrand becomes the honest face of prejudice in this province.
A wave of bittersweet nostalgia swept the crowds in our decaying stadium this weekend.
New videos by a peppy NYC pop band, zoned out rappers from Brooklyn & a rising U.K. star who cancelled his Montreal show to play SNL tonight + more new music to see and hear.
* Montreal Improv grads showcase their skills
* Rae Spoon & Ivan Coyote launch Gender Failure
* Human Human play Cabaret du Mile End
* David J plays Katacombes
* Mistaken for Strangers at the Phi Centre
* Factory Floor at le Belmont
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