by LISA SPROULL
Montreal has a brand-new art fair in town: Art Contemporain Pour Tous.
by JOHNSON CUMMINS
The top 13 metal, rawk and post-punk shows this week PLUS another big Saturday for vinyl lovers.
All about the Papier 15 and Art Contemporain Pour Tous fairs plus plenty more vernissages, roundtables, talks and tours.
by ALEX ROSE
We spoke to Sebastio Salgado, subject of the new documentary The Salt of the Earth.
by LORRAINE CARPENTER
This week, the band led by Montreal sisters Chantal and Kathleen Ambridge launch their debut EP, Side A.
by ERIK LEIJON
We checked out Game On, the travelling interactive exhibit that opened last week at the Montreal Science Centre,
Corbo tells the tale of an isolated rich kid joining the FLQ — well-timed given the frequency of local protests and reports of ISIS runaways.
The second annual celebration of art and revolution begins on Monday. See our program highlights here.
James Franco and Jonah Hill costar as a murderer and a journalist, respectively, in this new drama. And it's good.
by DARCY MACDONALD
A major club event is going down tonight + 5 more ways to celebrate spring at some fine local establishments.
Here’s what’s happening locally for the annual celebration of vinyl and brick and mortar music shops, PLUS a list of interesting RSD exclusives.
by Michael Sallot
And the beginning of a new one. We spoke to Brooke Walsh, outgoing program director at le Belmont, about his grand finale this weekend, and the big new venture ahead.
An interview with the Montreal film/TV director and actor about taking on Tom Stoppard's Travesties, and his role in Xavier's Dolan's first Hollywood film.
Between Record Store Day and a stack of great shows coming up, Johnson Cummins is downright giddy. See his show picks and RSD preview here.
Our vernissage rundown feat. Sobey Art Prize 2015 longlisted artist Raymond Boisjoly, new grads and emerging artists + gallery & museum listings.
by PETER WHEELAND
The onetime union-busting head of Quebecor is defending the right to strike. But will cozying up to students work in his favour?
Th sixth edition of the MIAFF is happening at Concordia from April 16–19. See our highlights here.
by KATE MADA
A report on Mothlight events, a Montreal show series that will make you feel things.
* 3 cheap Tuesday movie recommendations
* Art Not Love Records listening party
* Blue Dog’s Hip Hop Trivia night & Sun Youth fundraiser
* Hot Butter screens Blue Note: A Story of Modern Jazz
* Sebadoh plays Bar le Ritz PDB
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