Chinatown Hosts Dance Show to Ring in Year of the Snake
Television and radio have gone the way of auditoriums and gramophones for Montreal’s young entertainers.
February Packed With Events Celebrating History, Culture
For fifty years, Martin Luther King, Jr.’s dream has become more of a reality, but Montreal’s Black History Month reminds us the road to social equality isn’t over.
Free Fine Arts Lecture Series Every Other Friday at Concordia
Concordia’s Fine Arts department has been inviting artists to speak in free events for years, but with their new lecture series, Conversations in Contemporary Art, it’s a bi-weekly affair.
It’s All Gravy During Montreal’s First Poutine Week
No matter how enthusiastic we were about our New Year’s diet resolutions, leaving the bar after a night of drinking does not lend itself to kale chips…
Gala for Student Drama Showcases Young Talent
While finding a foothold in one’s preferred industry can be hard for any student, it seems to be especially difficult for those studying drama.
Le Merle Mixes Zine Aesthetic, Scholarly Journal Content
Being somewhat of a pessimist may be beneficial—or at least that’s how things happened to work out in Heather Davis’s case.
Rock Against Racism Raises Funds for Homelessness Broadcast With Doc Screening, Concert
On Feb. 20, you won’t need an FM dial to tune into local radio.
SBDC Dancers Bring Their Living Room to the Studio
The story is autobiographical, the creative process inverted and the stage is, well, absent entirely.
Playwright Rena Hundert Presents Her Work With A Variety Show
Concordia theatre grad and local comedienne Rena Hundert is presenting two one-act plays for the first time at the freestanding room this week.
The Lowdown on What’s What in Montreal Indie Theatre
In a city like this, it’s often hard to know where to start in terms of art offerings because there is, quite simply, so much going on every week it’s almost impossible to keep track of it all.