Monday, Dec. 12

* Two Horses donates proceeds of hair/tattoo services to Project 10
* Made With Love coffee/cocktail competition tastings & voting
* Screening of controversial new film White Girl
* Holiday edition of There’s Something Funny Going On
* Local bands Makhno, EmboPhlébite and Gus N Nao live


White Girl

Get your hair cut for a good cause today at Mile Ex salon Two Horses — all proceeds from cuts, trims and tattoos will be donated to Project 10, a local non-profit that provides education, advocacy and empowerment services to LGBT youth. 170 Jean-Talon W., #306, 12–6 p.m., services priced at $10+

The Montreal edition of multi-city competitive cocktail and coffee event Made With Love holds its finals tonight, inviting the public to test and vote on 18 drinks (and food pairings) and coffee concoctions by some of the city’s top mixologists and baristas. Windsor Station (1180 de la Gauchetière W.), 7 p.m.–12 a.m., $65

Elizabeth Wood’s 2016 film White Girl has been praised for its “raw, provocative and vividly realized” style and panned for its “vain sensationalism,” but critics seem to agree on its compelling approach to sexual politics and disenfranchisement. See for yourself at Phi Centre, where the film will be screened tonight and on Thursday, Dec. 15. 407 St-Pierre, 7:30 p.m., $11.75/$9.50

Start your week with a laugh at a special holiday edition of There’s Something Funny Going On at the Blue Dog, featuring stand-up vet headliner Heidi Foss plus Brad MacDonald, Chuggo Freeman, Chris Sandiford, Emily Bilton, Emma Wilkie and lots more. 3958 St-Laurent, 9 p.m., PWYC

Catch Montreal band Makhno, whose sound combines noise and drone elements with darkwave and synth-pop, as they top the bill at BarPub St-Denis with like-minded local experimenters EmboPhlébite and Gus N Nao. 6966 St-Denis, 9 p.m., $5/PWYC (no one turned away for lack of funds)

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