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Save the dates!

Save the date: Saturday, September 9, 2023, starting at 9 AM with Mumbo Gumbo (Hudson Street Brass)! Then lineup (see link below) from 10 am-8 pm! then afterparty and open jam at Cardinal Brewery!


Want a piece of the old Champlain Bridge? Now is your chance to get a rivet! Rivets will be handed out for free on a first-come, first-served basis Saturday and Sunday.

The first giveaway will be on Saturday in Brossard, Que., on Montreal's South Shore, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Centre socioculturel Alphonse Lepage (7905 San Francisco Avenue).

Then on Sunday, there will be a giveaway on Nuns' Island from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at La Station (201 Berlioz Street).


Esplanade de la Place des Arts – Starts THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2023, AT 6:30 PM – 10:00 PM EDT

TEMPÉO, Festival Danse et Musique.

Hop onto the outdoor dance floor on the Place des Arts Esplanade and join professional dancers in exploring dance styles from various cultures. Lose yourself in the sounds of musical groups and DJs who have but one mission: to get you moving! These themed dance and music events — Bollywood, Haitian, disco, 1960s, Latin, and Indigenous — hosted by Philippe Fehmiu, are free of charge and open to one and all. Whether you’ve got two left feet or you’re the king or queen of the dance floor, come join the dance!


Otsenhákta Student Centre Pow Wow - a day of celebrating, dancing, and singing open to all. Friday, September 15, 2023, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Loyola Campus Quad Space, 7141 Sherbrooke St. W., Montreal.


Caseus Awards:

See all the winners from, previous years:


A new exhibition on pop art at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. This exhibition showcases iconic works of Pop art from the Museum’s collection, including creations that have rarely or never been shown.



Why do we have a butt? Well, it’s not just for the convenience of a portable seat cushion. This week, we have a conversation with our Contributing Editor Heather Radke, who has spent the last several years going deep on one of our most noticeable surface features. She’s been working on a book called Butts, a Backstory and in this episode, she tells us about a fascinating history she uncovered that takes us from a eugenicist’s attempt in the late 1930s to concretize the most average human, to the rise of the garment industry, and the pain and shame we often feel today when we go looking for a pair of pants that actually fit.


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