CHRONICLE / It has been believed almost all the time that authors, sometimes without mercy, would leave us on a tragedy. But it is rather on an enlarged and very touching family photo that the characters of “O” bid us farewell, Tuesday evening to TVA. Despite all the hardships, SamuelContinue Reading

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Gravediggers from independent bookshops can go to work. Not only is the turnover of these knowledge-based institutions growing, but the number of separate titles sold each year has exceeded 214,500 in the last three years, split almost equally between Québec and foreign publishers. “This is a pretty impressive figure thatContinue Reading

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CRITICAL / As we mark Wednesday World Theater Day, Micheline Bernard launched the magisterial celebrations on Tuesday night, at the premiere in Quebec City of the play “Promises, Promises” by the Scottish Douglas Maxwell. The experienced actress is absolutely brilliant in this first solo career, which she will present atContinue Reading

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Since the time we hear about (almost 15 years) the biographical drama on Motley Crue, The Dirt is finally available on Netflix. This complacent and ill-conceived TV movie, based on the quartet’s book of the same name, tells the story of the glam metal band’s first decade of decadence andContinue Reading

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After two fun-filled festivals on Parliament Hill, the ambulatory show “Where do you go when you sleep while walking …?”, A flagship activity of the International Theater Crossroads, is coming down this year in the lower city to settle on the outskirts of the Saint-Charles River. The five paintings willContinue Reading

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NEW YORK – To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Woodstock, several heavyweights of contemporary music such as Jay-Z or the Black Keys will join this summer on stage old glories already present at the legendary festival in 1969. It’s been a long time since the launch of this festival –Continue Reading

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CRITICAL / Combining Bruckner’s colossal and contrasting “Symphony No. 4” and Schumann’s “Cello Concerto” in the same program produces a concert with vivid contrasts, moving from the finest sweetness to the most flamboyant cascades . Judiciously led by the baton of his captain Fabien Gabel, the Orchester symphonique de QuébecContinue Reading

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Quebec singer-songwriter Jonathan Roy turned to his Facebook page earlier today to announce that he had taken part in the “America’s Got Talent” auditions. The 29-year-old former hockey player posted a picture of himself in the setting of the popular American show. “In life, you have to take chances andContinue Reading

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BLOG / Many of you wondered when HERE ARTV was going to broadcast the third season of “Our life”, French version of the popular American series “This Is Us”. Well, put an “X” on your calendar on Saturday, June 8, at 10pm. In this third season, Kate, Kevin and RandallContinue Reading

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MILAN – Verdi called it “the most beautiful work” of his life. Nearly 120 years later, its “rest home for musicians” still hosts, in a majestic area of ​​Milan, sixty residents who have dedicated their lives to music. The sound of a piano escapes through the corridors, while a singerContinue Reading

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