Monday, March 17

* QPIRG Concordia screen No Fracking Way
* Eat at Salumi Vino and support the Canadian Liver Foundation
* Cinema Politica screen My Brooklyn
* Glengarry Glen Ross at Segal
* There’s Something Funny Going On at Blue Dog

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my brooklyn
My Brooklyn

QPIRG Concordia host a screening of environmental activist doc No Fracking Way, followed by a discussion with the director. 1500 de Maisonneuve W., #204, 5 p.m., free

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Did you know that March is liver awareness month, and a bunch of local restaurants are donating money from the sale of healthy epicurean meals to the Canadian Liver Foundation? Tonight’s spot is Salumi Vino in Old Montreal. See more details here. 358 Notre-Dame E., tickets $10

Cinema Politica premiere My Brooklyn, a documentary about gentrification in the NYC borough, with director Kelly Anderson and Petite Patrie community organizer Martin Blanchard in attendance for a talk after the screening. D.B. Clarke Theatre (1455 de Maisonneuve W.), 7 p.m., suggested donation $2–$5

Catch the second performance in a two-week run of David Mamet’s Glengarry Glen Ross at the Segal, with such actors as R.H. Thomson, Graham Cuthbertson, Tristan D. Lalla and Mike Paterson, directed by Paul Flicker. Read our interview with Paterson and Flicker here. 5170 Côte-Ste-Catherine, 8 p.m., $24/$30/$36/$39

Blue Dog’s comedy show There’s Something Funny Going On marks St. Patrick’s Day with sets by Scott Andrew Carter, Tommy Marshall, Shawn Stenhouse, Ryan George, Emma Wilkie, Alon Azimov, Stephen Trepanier and James Manella. 3958 St-Laurent, 8:30 p.m., PWYC

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