Sunday, Jan. 11

* Catch up on Golden Globe nominees (ahead of tonight’s gala) at Cinéma du Parc
* Bouge d’Ici festival offers two PWYC introductory dance classes
* Vernissage for 40+ artist show Warmth at E.K. Voland Art Gallery
* No-Pants Subway Ride day
* Jazz & Dilla at Honey Martin

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Inherent Vice
Inherent Vice

Looking to play catch-up ahead of tonight’s Golden Globe Awards gala? All the films currently screening at Cinéma du Parc — Birdman, Inherent Vice, Into the Woods and Whiplash — are nominees. Our Screen editor Alex Rose has called Inherent Vice a masterpiece, and Whiplash the most intense film of 2014. 3575 Parc, schedules here, $12/$10 matinees/students/seniors

Montreal’s contemporary dance festival Bouge d’Ici is in full swing at the MainLine Theatre and this weekend’s programming includes introductory dance classes in Burlesque with Miss Sugarpuss (1–3 p.m.) and Contemporary Dance with Allison Burns (3:30–5 p.m.). 3997 St-Laurent, PWYC

Curator Holly Friesen invites you to come in from the cold for the vernissage of the 40+ artist group show Warmth, at St-Henri’s E. K. Voland Art Gallery. 4710 St-Ambroise, 2–4 p.m., free.

Today’s the day you can fulfill your life-long dream of parading around the metro and Underground City with no pants on at the annual No-Pants Subway Ride. Maybe pack some hand sanitizer. Departing from Mont-Royal metro, 2:30 p.m., free

Tonight’s edition of Jazz & Dilla, a weekly dose of live jazzy hip hop and future soul (in the spirit of J Dilla) at NDG pub Honey Martin, features Atamone, Frase and Fawna. 5916 Sherbrooke W., 11 p.m.

Check out our complete listings for more club, stage and gallery events.