“The Rocky Horror Show” Lights Up the Stage at MainLine Theatre
With October over halfway dead, it’s time to do the time warp again.
Montreal SkaFest Brings Together the Upstroke Community for 5th Year
Dig up those old Hawaiian shirts and dust off that goofy fedora—Montreal’s premiere ska festival, SkaFest, has hit the city once again.
5th Annual Montreal Stop Motion Film Festival Looks Back at Gumby and “The Nightmare Before Christmas”
Stop motion animation is a tricky craft, requiring ingenuity and a steady hand of surgeon-like precision. Indeed, manually animating puppets (or clay characters) frame by frame is like a big game of Operation on a three-dimensional scale.
Acclaimed Activist Launches New Book on ‘NGOization’ at Concordia’s Co-op Bookstore
Activists and politicians alike have fiercely debated how to properly define and classify non-governmental organizations ever since the United Nations became the first organization coined as an NGO in 1945.
Imago Theatre Presents Award-Winning Ovid Adaptation, “If We Were Birds”
Tragedies may be best attributed to the long gone days of Sophocles, Eurpides and Livius Andronicus, but that hasn’t kept Toronto-based playwright Erin Shields from writing her own.
Montreal Psych Fest Dedicates Weekend to Good Vibes
Do you consider yourself too weird to live and too rare to die? Do you find yourself drawn to the dark side of the moon and carry Visine in your schoolbag for your “allergies”? If so, this coming weekend’s Montreal Psych Fest is the place for you.
42nd Annual Festival du Nouveau Cinéma Gathers Montreal’s Cinephiles and Film Lovers
The wolf is back, and with it a new batch of world cinema’s best.
Montreal DJ Thomas White Posts Music for Free, Embarks on International Shows
He’s had his music played on BBC Radio 1, a track featured on a Polish compilation and collaborated with artists from Ukraine and Japan—and yet Montreal-based electronic musician Thomas White has never even stepped on a plane.
Making Montreal a Better City, One Project at a Time
A gathering of approximately 100 people met in a loft in Old Montreal recently to celebrate four months of hard work and discuss final logistics for 100 in 1 Day, a volunteer-run event taking place Oct. 5.
L.A.-based Indie Rockers Family of the Year Bring California Jams to Montreal
Artists, actors, filmmakers and musicians alike are known to flock to Hollywood in hopes of making it big—but few can say they’ve climbed Mount Improbable and reached the golden beaches of success on the other side.