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Fashion designer Oscar de la Renta visited Montreal in 1992 and met with fans.
A sampling of the musical-adaptation of a classic Quebec drama.
On the final weekend of the Canadian International Organ festival, take a behind the scenes tour; Venus in Fur at the Centaur; fiery drinks at l’Assomoir.
Christine Long has the best pics for your entertainment weekend in Friday's What's On.
Christine Long runs through entertainment options including St. Vincent, a Lego film festival, and a new play at the Centaur.
Tony-nominated hit Venus In Fur premieres, Cinebrique, Canada's first brick film fest, coming to the Cosmodome.
Lego Robot guru ‘Bazmarc’ Bazergui is not only an employee, he’s fan; Botanical Gardens Chinese lanterns; MMFA has Van Gogh, Picasso, Matisse and more
Nadine Ishak with your weekend entertainment options.
Gourds are on display at the Botanical Garden, Princesses on Ice, and a hot singer.
Budge Studios' apps bring Care Bears and Crayola to youngsters, Charlie XCX performs, Virgin Radio personality shaves head.
Christopher Moore’s production of a century-old play, plus an audience-sings event are among this weekend’s attractions.
Zombie Camp creeps into Montreal, Spring Awakening was banned for 20 years, and Kentucky Headhunters play in Kahnawake.
Fright Fest season at La Ronde starts, I Am Because We Are cabaret show begins next week and the Kentucky Headhunters play Kahnawake.
Martha Wainwright performs her song Bleeding All Over You with organist Jean-Willy Kunz at the start of the International Organ Competition.
A partnership between videogame giant Ubisoft and the National Theatre School is injecting more realism into scenes from Assassin’s Creed: Black Flag
Betty Boniffasi is out with a new African-inspired album, Christine Long reports.
Alex Kamer of Robot Chicken on his visit to the Stop Motion Film Festival in Montreal.
This weekend, catch Lorraine and Thandie Klaasen's last Canadian show, Boxtrolls hits the silver screen and Les Journees de la Culture.
A stop-motion movie, model trains with Sun Youth, and a young and talented pianist.
Taylor Swift was in town promoting her new album 1989, Spike Lee at the Black Film Fest, Festival du Monde Arabe and Basia Bulat performs.
Academy Award nominated director and screenwriter Spike Lee is in Montreal today to receive an honour at the tenth International Black Film Festival.
Ivan Dow’s annual excursion into toy train-land is on again for all to see, Christine Long reports.
Canada will be putting their weight behind Xavier Dolan’s Mommy for an Oscar, as Christine Long reports in What's On.
Grammy winner Jennifer Masoi plays at the Rialto, Drag queen Mado has a new show, Jewelry is on display at the Museum of Fine Arts
Leonard Cohen might not spend much time in Montreal but his son Adam was here long enough to record some tunes, Christine Long reports.
Though David Thibault is just 17, he’s touring with his Elvis routine and even banging out songs in French, as Christine Long reports.
Danny Glover, Hulk Hogan, George A. Romero, Stephen Amell and Freddy Kruger are in town, Nadine Ishak reports.
Montrealers are racing and raising funds for JDRF, while Metric, Death from Above, and other bands play in Montreal this weekend.
Montreal Comiccon starts this weekend, photographer Chris Buck's portraits on display, and the Ritz holds a jewelry party.
Spokesman Jason Rockman and Montreal Gazette political cartoonist Aislin talk about who you can see at Montreal Comiccon 2014, happening Sept. 12-14 at Palais des Congres.