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New Virtual Art Gallery

From five-year-old dancers to 18-year-old musicians, student performers are preparing to take the stage at the Central Québec School Board’s fifth annual Arts Festival.

Ford dies at 90

When people in Portneuf first got television, Allan Ford was right there fixing them. “He married a nice French girl named Claire,” said Molly Richard, a longstanding Portneuf resident.  

Richard was one of many people who had their television repaired by Ford.

Jazz, classical and comedy in QC

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Choirs, folk and rock this week in QC

Catch the fever of The Acousticolics March 18

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Photo: Gabriel Rancourt

Addicted to acoustics is the literal translation of the name behind a Quebec City group that’s garnered quite a following. People are tuning in and turning up for their shows!

The Acousticolics are Julian Keller, Paul Keller, Maxime Désilets, Laurent Comtois Martel, Mathieu Grégoire and Kathleen Keller.

Quebec: A City and Its Artists at Musée

The Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec has launched Québec: A City and Its Artists, an exhibit featuring over 160 works by 22 artists who were born or lived in Quebec City between 1670 and 1970.

Beaver magazine weaves city’s history

Classical guitar, heavy metal and prog rock

Septune at Université Laval, Agaguk in the snow

VEQ’s 400th anniversary plans are coming together

Voice of Engish-speaking Québec is rallying the troops this spring during the May long weekend with a full schedule of events for residents and visitors alike. 
 
Their hopes are to woo English-speakers back to their roots during 2008 and enc