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Viva Arch Enemy and Cloak/Dagger

Spring is here bringing with it time for changes!

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Spring is here bringing with it time for changes!

Irish Choir to visit Quebec

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Discuss love poetry

Discuss love poetry with Meb Reisner at LHSQ Join Meb Reisner for a discussion on poems about love at the Literary and Historical Society of Quebec, 44 Chaussée des Écossais, from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. The sessions start on Tuesday April 15, and will continue for the following four Tuesdays. The cost is $28 for LHSQ members and students, and $38 for non-members. Call 694-9147 for information.

Café-Spectacles to present The Echo Hunters

The Café-Spectacles at Palais Montcalm will welcome two Canadian folk/roots groups on Friday, April 11 at 8 p.m. Montreal-based The Echo Hunters and Porkbelly Futures, some of whom hail from Toronto, will share the stage for the latter group’s first Quebec appearance.

Catch John Heward retrospective

Le Musée National Des Beaux Arts is presenting, from March 13 to August 24, an exposition in honour of painter, sculptor and performer John Heward. A career retrospective of one of the most acclaimed and respected modernist and abstract painters of our time. Heward has exhibited his art everywhere from Canada all the way to Beijing.

LHSQ unveils impressive Writers’ Series for 2008

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Six Quebec and Canadian authors will grace the library of the Literary and Historical Society of Quebec this spring during the 2008 Writers’ Series.

hey’ll come from far and wide to present their work to a new audience. One of them, Charles Mountford, splits his time between Stratford, Ontario, and Quebec City. Others are known for their book club favourites.

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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