Sunday night at le Belmont, members of Montreal’s hip hop community gathered to remember Dutch Garner, a show promoter who met a violent end a year ago. Here are additional words of remembrance from the scene that he helped foster, followed by a photo gallery by Cindy Lopez.
Friends and family of late local hip hop promoter Dutch Garner speak out a year after his demise + your guide to where the show goes on this week, at M for Montreal and elsewhere.
M for Montreal’s seventh edition runs today and through Saturday, and although the showcases happening tonight and tomorrow night are sold out, there’s plenty to see in the afternoon and on the weekend. Here’ a list of M 2012 bands that our music team is losing bodily fluids to. Bring a change of underwear, seriously.
memory of an elephant is a sprawling maquette populated by miniature Lego people and inscribed with diagrams, drawings and definitions that parodies dictatorship.
The rock icon wanders through his memories in a digressive, long-winded autobiography that frustrates as much as it enlightens, but that will delight fans of his mercurial career.
A children’s author turned controversial illustrator is profiled in an engaging and thought-provoking biography.
Kicking around home on a Sunday afternoon? Try this vegetarian dish (with meat option) to warm you up.
The venerable Canadian-born filmmaker will be in town tonight to present his deep and disturbing 1971 film, once thought lost but now restored to its former glory.
* Feminist web art show at Parc Ex internet café!
* Movember charity soirée
* Developmentally disabled punks at RIDM!
* M for Montreal… or for Mellowhype.