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THE MCCORD MUSEUM CELEBRATES 90 YEARS

Can you say ‘’history on an iPod’’? The McCord Museum on Sherbrooke Street, one of Canada’s oldest museums, is celebrating 90 years with a very forward-looking exhibit…

MONTREAL JAZZ FEST, ALL YEAR LONG

If you’re a fan of the Montreal International Jazz Festival and happen to be in town before the fest kicks off on June 25, you should consider checking out the incredible wealth of fest-related photos, recordings, articles and more found at The Médiathèque Jazz/La Presse…

FREE STUFF IN MONTREAL FOR LADIES ONLY

This one’s for the ladies. When you’re planning your next girl’s getaway, here are four freebies (personal assistance, make-up application, dinner and drinks) to give you that special VIP feel – and save you a few bucks for shopping spring essentials like a new pair of Marc Jacobs sunglasses or Lanvin flats. Eyes on the prize…

CONTEMPORARY ART IN MONTREAL

Montreal is full of galleries where you can find fabulous contemporary art, from well-known Canadian and International names, as well as exciting new emerging artists…

AMAZING LIGHTING INSTALLATION IN MONTREAL

French artist Xavier de Richemont has created an incredible lighting installation called Feu L’Indien (Indian Fire) that is being projected onto the steeple of UQAM’s Judith-Jasmin Pavillion until March 19. We caught up with him to find out how he went about telling the story of Montreal…

THIS WEEKEND IN MONTREAL (MARCH 10-13)

Spring is a time of new things, so why not make this weekend a little experimental? The Festival Voix d’Amériques offers up a bevy of strange and fascinating shows (some for free!), while on the other end of the performance spectrum, but perhaps just as strange in its own way, is this weekend’s Montreal Burlesque Festival. All that, plus poetry, dance, art and live music to mellow and/or rock out to…

5 PUBS FOR SAINT PATRICK’S DAY

If you’ve never been to Montreal for St Patrick’s day, you really should consider coming this year. You should also consider keeping your plans fairly light for the morning after…

FREE THINGS IN MONTREAL: MARCH

Let the festivals and their related free events begin! Not that they ever stopped – not even winter can halt the arts in Montreal. But now that it’s March and the days seem to suddenly be brighter and longer (and slightly warmer), our enthusiasm for socializing also sees a considerable jump. We’re on our way to spring, and what better way to celebrate that fact, even if it does snow again, which it will, than by showing our smiling faces in public spaces…

THIS WEEKEND IN MONTREAL (FEBRUARY 24-27)

If you’re in Montreal this weekend, you’ve probably done something right, like, cosmically. Because this weekend rules. You are at the epicenter of winter fun times, whether that means jubilant crowds, dancing and fireworks or a quiet stroll through art-filled corridors and a hot cup of hot chocolate served at a bar sculpted out of ice. But wait, there’s more! In Montreal, there always is, even in the depths of winter…

WORLD-FAMOUS ARTISTS AT MONTREAL’S DHC/ART GALLERY

One of Montreal’s go-to destinations for contemporary art is somewhat hidden away, but well worth the trip. DHC/ART is a cutting-edge gallery in a converted historic building on a little cobblestone side street called St-Jean in Old Montreal…