Tuesday, Feb. 2

* Happy Groundhog Day!
* Swarm vernissage at l’Artère
* Afropop vernissage at Espace Mushagalusa
* Le Night Market debuts at Watts
* Brad Barr and Sarah Pagé play Mardi Spaghetti
* Brookyln alt-R&B trio Wet plays Bar le Ritz PDB

Friday, Dec. 18

* Le Marché de la Dernière Chance at Resto Plateau
* Astrology & tarot readings at Cagibi
* Southern Comfort vegan night at Chez Boris
* Year of Glad album launch
* Qualité de Luxe at Artgang
* MPU, Intergalactic Blast edition at le Belmont

Sunday, Nov. 29

* Weekend au Masculin at Place Bonaventure
* Women’s hockey teams les Canadiennes vs. the Toronto Furies
* Queers + cops screening series at Image + Nation
* Les GAMIQ awards gala
* Emma June single launch at Cagibi
* Lit POP Reading Series

Wednesday, Aug. 19

* Solids Euro tour farewell party at Atomic Café
* Montreal designers in the spotlight at Festival Mode & Design
* Bilingual comedy A Fat Man Dancing begins at Théâtre Sainte Catherine
* Catch some synth waves at Bar Kabinet’s Golden Dreams
* Art Not Love Records bands play Cagibi

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Sunday, June 28

* Last day of the Taste of the Caribbean festival in the Old Port
* Hua Li and Marshia Celina talk personas, hip hop and feminism
* Battlewar Block Party wrestling at Foufounes Électriques
* Poet Ian Ferrier launches a new book at Casa del Popolo
* Swans member Thor Harris plays his first solo show at la Vitrola
* Local producer/MC Jai Nitai Lotus & his band play the Jazz Fest

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Sunday, April 26

* Brunch & Jams Rock Camp for Girls fundraiser at Nouveau Palais
* Lamarque and m0851 sample sales
* The Cineclub/Film Society screens Orson Welles’s Mr. Arkadin
* Hip Hop Dance Championship at Oscar Peterson Concert Hall
* Eman El-Husseini headlines at Yuk Yuk’s
* Loosestrife album launch at Cagibi

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Wednesday, Feb. 25

* Free screening of and discussion about Alien (1979) at McGill
* Beats, Rhymes and Resistance indigenous talent showcase at Cagibi
* Pierre Kwenders plays a free show at Place des Festivals
* Toronto’s Cairo plays Divan Orange with the Bright Road and Blood and Glass
* Launch for Gern F. Vlcheck’s Life On the Road for the Canadian Indie Band book

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Thursday, Jan. 29

* Islands of Decolonial Love author Leanne Simpson speaks at Concordia
* Vernissage for David Spriggs’ PRISM at Arsenal
* Corporate satirists Desearch Repartment speak at Articule
* Ghost Pine zine launch at Cagibi
* Ohara, Child Actor and Dirty Organs play Casa del Popolo

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