by ERIK LEIJON
We spoke to Paloma Dawkins about her new game, a psychedelic stroll through a colourful field full of pulsating and wiggling plantlife.
by LISA SPROULL
Here's what to expect from the annual festival of innovative theatre and dance (and music and parties and film and more) running from May 21 to June 4.
by LORRAINE CARPENTER
The 23-year-old musician and his gang of local all-stars play material from Rice's new record Belfast this weekend.
by ALEX ROSE
Noir is a grim ghetto tale about lives of crime in Montreal North, minus the usual gangster glamour.
While We’re Young, starring Ben Stiller, Naomi Watts, Amanda Seyfried and Adam Driver, appears to be a bittersweet slice of Baumbach's private life.
This highly anticipated movie takes after the classic that was the blueprint for the modern horror film.
The 19-year-old Toronto producer brings glitter, pastels and vocals by Maddee to his new EP, Colors.
Take advantage of the warmer weather by going to see some art at some of the vernissages and special events happening today and through the weekend.
The local musician played a MontréaLive session at the Ukrainian Federation, recorded by CKUT 90.3FM and TVM.
by PETER WHEELAND
The province says it has young Quebecers' interests at heart, but plans for major oil exploitation are underway.
by JP KARWACKI
An interview with the Montreal author about her new short story collection, The Daydreams of Angels.
We spoke to director Sophie Deraspe and the Montreal woman at the centre of her film, The Amina Profile.
by MARTIN POOLE
Works by Sarah Hatton draw attention to systematic destruction within Canada's agricultural industry.
We spoke to the Montreal musician about the story behind his new LP, The Air Conditioned Nightmare.
by DARCY MACDONALD
Touring rappers, hometown record release parties and DJ nights to check out.
by JOHNSON CUMMINS
Attention! Montreal stages are jammed with heaviosity tonight, but the big show this week lands on Saturday. Freak out, my furry children.
Student groups are deciding whether to ramp up anti-austerity action now or wait till half a million public sector workers are ready to join in and launch a strike.
by OL DIRTY DELI
Our report on the Concordia Ghetto restaurant that's been serving low-cost, high-quality Middle Eastern grub for 21 years.
* 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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