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Two Pianos, two Legends: a live concert tribute
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Two Pianos, two Legends: a live concert tribute

Hudson Village Theatre presents The Pianomen, “the ultimate live experience” from May 24 to June 4.

Flavour Guy: Will the city’s compost bins end our marriage?
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Flavour Guy: Will the city’s compost bins end our marriage?

The sprig of mint was part of the delicious but unpronounceable Thai salad. My mate took it and put it to the side. “I’m going to take it home and grow it,” she said.

Photo: Gar Lunney, 1961, Library and Archives Canada
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What’s happening in Montreal in May

ART Natasha Turovsky exhibition • May 12 – June 25 Centre culturel de NDG, 6400 Monkland. Meet the artist June 1 at 5pm Women’s Art Society of Montreal • May 12 – 14 Annual Members Juried Art Show & Sale: Friday 2 – 8pm, Sat & Sun 10am – 5pm. […]

The Alzheimer’s Walk in Montreal is May 28, 2017
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The Alzheimer’s Walk in Montreal is May 28, 2017

This year, the Walk for Alzheimer’s Montreal will take place in the city’s SaintHenri neighbourhood.

La Bohème returns to Place des Arts with Canadian cast
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La Bohème returns to Place des Arts with Canadian cast

Fans of classic opera are excited about the return of Puccini’s La Bohème, one of the most popular in the repertoire.

Anthony Braxton, photo by Martin Morissette
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Anthony Braxton returns for solo gig at Victoriaville fest

With a mix of high-profile artists and musicians performing here for the first time, the lineup for this year’s Festival international de musique actuelle May 18-21 is exciting and challenging.

Côte St. Luc Men’s Club: A few young guys meet for breakfast
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Côte St. Luc Men’s Club: A few young guys meet for breakfast

Nine for breakfast but not at Tiffany’s.

Make the city accessible for all, says Valérie Plante. Photo by Barbara Moser
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Projet Montréal leader ready to give Coderre a run for the job

Meeting Valérie Plante for the first time is like getting together with an old friend.

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Restaurant review — Pochiche: vegetarian, Lebanese fare on Westminster

We vegetarians are always on the lookout for a new dining spot and we found one on my favourite street in Montreal, Westminster in Montreal West.

“I want students to see the full gamut of political thought,” Norman Cornett says. (Photo by Irwin Block)
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Dialogue with Atikamekw artist

Dialogue with Atikamekw artist Native art and spirituality go hand in hand, and this is evident in the paintings of Eruoma Awashish, whose work is on display at The Guild, 1460-B Sherbrooke W. It’s titled Lightning in My Heart. Awashish is Atikamekw by her father and Québécoise by her mother, […]