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What's On in Montreal? The Boogie Wonder Band in Brossard, the Fete des Vins, a celebration of Quebec wines, in Montreal, a Santa sighting.
Santa is at the McCord museum, Boogie Wonderland will keep you dancing at Dix-30, and Tribes is all about a silent world
My Italian Wife offers a deeper look at love and immigration; Charles Richard-Hamelin came in second at an international Chopin competition,
The Segal Centre is revealing what life is like in a quiet world. The play is called ‘Tribes.’
Students from three schools have united with a Christmas single – Little Drummer Boy. Proceeds go to underprivileged kids’ gifts.
Juno-winning rapper k-os is back in town with a new album that's a rock-rap hybrid.
Celine Dion has more shows, Mika has a new album, and Ranee Lee is performing an homage to Billie Holiday.
He's got a a new album, and plenty of fans who have been devoted since his ‘90s heydays.
Best known as a playwright, Michel Tremblay also donates hundreds of his watercolours every year.
The songs of 1970s and 1980s rocker Michel Pagliaro are being revisited by a new generation of artists.
This weekend you can watch Spectre, seen Sign Language at Hana’s Suitcase, or visit the Tibetan Fair
The Highlights Festival warms up the cold winter months.
A new Centaur play, ‘Butcher’ is a plot about war crimes torn from the headlines.
Pierre Elliott Trudeau school in Rosemont has a haunted house.
Singers of the Sir Wilfrid Laurier School Board have created a book, a CD, and will be performing a concert
Kim Richardson, Rick Hughes and Marc-Andre Fortin carry the best of American music