Monday, June 22

* Café les Oubliettes opens in Petite-Patrie
* Metonymy Press hosts Thea’s Tarot card night w/ artist Ruth West & more
* Spoon plays the Corona Theatre
* Suoni per il Popolo fest wraps with the Ex
* PDB Movie Mondays begins at Bar le Ritz PDB

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Thea's tarot
Thea’s Tarot cards
A new café is coming to Petite-Patrie — les Oubliettes invites the public for a soft opening soirée. 6201 St-Vallier, 5–9 p.m., free

Metonymy Press hosts an evening of Tarot readings and conversation with the artist behind Thea’s Tarot cards — Ruth West — and author Oliver Pickle, followed by a Q&A. Pickle’s book about West’s all-female/feminist deck, She Is Sitting in the Night, will be available, and comes packaged with a newly reprinted deck of Thea’s Tarot cards. Cagibi (5490 St-Laurent), 6 p.m., free

From Austin, TX, indie rock heroes Spoon return to Montreal with NYC openers the Antlers. Corona Theatre (2490 Notre Dame W.), 8 p.m., $32/$37

On this final night of the Suoni per il Popolo music festival, Dutch punk legends the Ex drop in to lay down some magic la Sala Rossa, with local openers Complications and les Zerreurs. 4848 St-Laurent, 8 p.m., $20

Bar le Ritz is launching a fresh weekly event, experimenting with a medium that’s new to the Mile Ex venue: PDB Movie Mondays. For their inaugural edition, a Japanese documentary about Spanish architect Antoni Gaudi will be screened at 10 p.m., with a live score by Montreal electronic musician Karl Fousek. Prior to the screening, there’ll be drink specials and food available from the Winneburger truck (now offering a vegetarian option, incidentally). 179 Jean-Talon W., 9 p.m.
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