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Pro Musica presents Lukas Geniušas in Montreal
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Pro Musica presents Lukas Geniušas in Montreal

Pro Musica presents the “new gem of Russian piano” at Théâtre Maisonneuve on Monday December 5, at 8 pm.

Dafina Savic wins Goldbloom award for her initiatives. Photo by Irwin Block
Features

Goldbloom Awards: Advocate speaks out for fair treatment of Roma

Stereotyped, misunderstood, and facing discrimination, there are few ethno-cultural groups more in need of advocacy than the world’s Roma.

View of the Glen site in Montreal. (Photo courtesy of the MUHC)
Editorials

Editorial: Patient care, not hospital budgets, must come first

Projected spending on health care in 2016-17 in Quebec will increase to $33.7 billion, and critics say it’s not enough.

Gripping films featured at Docfest
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Gripping films featured at Docfest

In the myriad of arts and culture festivals that grace this city, the Montreal International Documentary Festival November 10-20 stands out.

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Reviews & Previews

Bach Festival celebrates “delicate and wonderful music”

For most music lovers, the work of classical composer Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) is considered to be of the highest artistic value.

Prom Queen cast courtesy of the Segal Centre
Reviews & Previews

Theatre: Prom Queen reigns, enthralling Segal audiences

Something new and exciting was unveiled at the Segal Centre this month — a world premiere of a Broadway-class production — and it is a must-see spectacle!

Oliver Jones: Turns out it was the right time to focus on jazz
Features

Oliver Jones: Turns out it was the right time to focus on jazz

It was a big gamble: Was it the right time to focus on jazz?

Legal Ease: Let’s compare 1986 with 2016
Columnists

Legal Ease: Let’s compare 1986 with 2016

Brian Mulroney was prime minister and Robert Bourassa was premier of Quebec. The U.S. president was Ronald W. Reagan; his VP was George Bush Senior.

Clockwise from top left:  Jean-Michel Richer, Emily Dorn, Alain Coulombe, Gordon Binter
Reviews & Previews

Does Opéra de Montréal’s Don Giovanni have shades of Donald Trump?

When Opéra de Montréal production of Mozart’s Don Giovanni plays Nov. 12, 15, 17, and 19, many will be struck by the similarity between its central figure and Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump.

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Columnists

Howard Richler on being nerdy with words in The Senior Times

Writing for The Senior Times for the last ten years has given me an opportunity to explore some of my favourite language themes.