brittanica.com Allie, now a 10-month-old tabby, was found as a kitten living with a group of squirrels. A Montreal family started feeding her but knew that when they moved, she would be out of luck, so they brought her to Eleven Eleven Animal Rescue where she was socialized and adopted to a loving home. The… Keep Reading
Adam Scotti Hollerado’s worked hard to get the recognition they’ve received in the Canadian music scene, but on Friday night the band showed that hard work can be fun. The four-piece group from Manotick, Ontario played two Pop Montreal shows, the first at Cabaret Just for Laughs at 9 p.m. and the second at Le… Keep Reading
Jack White is a busy guy. Playing in three successful bands (The White Stripes, The Raconteurs, and The Dead Weather), taking on small roles in feature films, and running a production company in Tennessee doesn't seem to be enough. White claims he likes to make things difficult for himself, so within a single year he signed on for two documentary films; It Might Get Loud was released at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2008, and Emmett Malloy's The White Stripes Under Great White Northern Lights - filmed during the band's tour across Canada in 2007 - premiered there last year.
The McGill Fine Arts Council's rendition of the popular all-night art celebration Nuit Blanche will be held on Thursday in the Shatner Building. Now in its third year, the event takes over all four floors of the building from 10 p.m. to 3 a.m., bringing together artists from all disciplines, including musicians, jewellery designers, and poets, for an (almost) all-night party.
Stereotypes can sometimes be funny. Although insensitive and often in bad taste, where would "guy-walked-into-a-bar" jokes be without them? Despite their comedic value, the Olympic Games are not an appropriate forum for stereotypes, and it would be far beyond good taste to greet the Italian teams with pizzas and Mario Kart.
Getting your band heard when you're first starting out is rarely an easy feat, even in a musical city like Montreal. Getting your band heard by your peers at McGill can be even harder, which is why Radio CKUT is launching Thursdays (A)Live, a free showcase of McGill bands playing every third Thursday of the month at Gert's.