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Lepage resurrects Dragons' Trilogy with The Blue Dragon

The sequel to the critically acclaimed Dragons' Trilogy by playwright and director Robert Lepage makes its Canadian debut at the Théâtre du Trident.

QAC to stage Shaw production

Preparations are underway for the Quebec Art Company's spring production, Arms and the Man, written by the well known Irish playwright George Bernard Shaw. While better known now for such plays as Pygmalion (later adapted into the musical My Fair Lady), Shaw was a prolific playwright (more than 60 plays) and music and literary critic.

Les Rhapsodes bring Handel, English carols to QC stage

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Photo: Scott French

QAC brings an imaginary rabbit to the stage with Harvey

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Photo: courtesy of Quebec Art Company

Best Bets

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“The High Priests are calling all disciples back to the fold / because the kids don’t know how to dance to rock and roll.” So go the biting lyrics of Sam Roberts’ latest single, Them Kids.

Nihon Sushi Zen offers a taste of Japan in Quebec City

It is not without apprehen-sion that I open the doors to enter Nihon Sushi Zen. Some foods, such as pizza or chow mein are still pretty good when they’re bad. Bad sushi, on the other hand, is very, very bad.

Penny set to thrill with fourth whodunit in four years

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Photo: courtesy of McArthur & Company

OSQ violinist takes two Arts and Culture Awards

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Photo: courtesy of the OSQ

Darren Lowe’s 20-year music career was recognized with two trophies at the 22nd annual Arts and Culture Awards at City Hall yesterday. Two independent juries, the Fondation OSQ and the Institut Canadien de Québec, each honoured Lowe with an award.

Family and love in Pinnock’s novel The Last Good Kiss

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Photo: courtesy of Strebor Books

We humans are pretty lucky.
We’re born into a family that keeps us around long past our infancy. Our parents and siblings recognize us as blood a long time beyond our weaning. We are nurtured by them well into our adulthood, and we can return home at any time, knowing we’re not going to be bitten.

Off the sofa, into Quebec

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Photo: www.3garssulsofa.com

Montreal band 3 Gars su’l Sofa enjoys George Washington, chamber music, and ginger ale. This is pretty much all the band has to say about themselves on their MySpace page. But apart from this important information, what else should a listener know about this rising band?