Be careful when engaging in the magick of Crowley.
New album hits all the right notes.
The director speaks about her latest documentary, her motivation for exploring that subject, and what should be done.
This hard-hitting documentary explores the reality the children of incarcerated mothers face.
Quentin talks about the upcoming performance of Naked Boys Singing and what it is like to get nude in front of an audience.
Fantastic comedy about two opposites and a Pollack painting.
Dance performance combines the life of Pearl S. Buck with Chinese concepts.
World food tour changes its dates from August to September to attract more students to its tables.
Need a reason to see Sketchfest? We’ve got five big ones.
“You can’t be a word nerd and not into poetry,” Rabbit says. We want to send this slam poet to the Verses Festival. Find out more here.
Ty Segall is never, never, never boring. He is an artist in all the right ways.
Peter J Radomski who emceed when Comedyworks first reopened returns one year later for five shows in three nights.
Montreal duo Milk and Bone may have began playing as part of other people’s bands, but now are headliners in their own right.
Film follows the immigrant experience of a young Irish woman who comes to New York.
The larger-than-life personality of the famous art lover is memorialized in this new documentary
T. A. Wellington reviews “The Boy Detective”, a memoir by Roger Rosenblatt looking back on life in New York in the 1940s.
Moody Mas Ysa won’t tell us about his name (mysterious!), but he does talk about living as a nomadic musician.
Debut album is a whirlwind of talent with a strong Chicago sound.
Exhibition opens of New York artist Scooter Laforge’s work at Gallery MX for the first time in Montreal as part of the FMD.