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Starting a Family takes visitors into daily life of King's Wards, the women who immigrated to New-France as part of a program set up by Louis XIV in order to boost the nation's population by promoting family formation, marriage, and birth. The exhibit focuses on the meaning of starting a family in daily life. During summer season, from June 22 to September 7, the museum is open from 11a to 6p, Tuesday through Sunday. All visits are guided.
Dada Life is an electro house duo from Sweden that recently achieved widespread fame after making a steep rise on DJ Magazine's annual "Top 100" lists from #89 to #38 in 2011. Known for their high energy sets and the use of props, a show put on by the Dada Life duo is considered by many to be nothing less than a sonic and visual adventure. Dada Life shows have become so popular and exciting that a recent show in Los Angeles incited a riot--which served to only increase their popularity on the world stage.
Scandal! Vice, Crime and Morality in Montreal, 1940-1960
Centre d'histoire de MontréalNovember 28, 2014 10:00 AM
335 place d'Youville
Montreal, QC H2Y 3T1
Scandal! Vice, Crime and Morality in Montreal provides visitors with insights during Montreal's turbulent 1940s-1960s, which left its cultural and political marks on the city. The exhibition comprises of archival material and unrevealed witness accounts of troubled times, all set in an imaginative recreation of early Montreal.
Virgin Mobile Corona TheatreNovember 28, 2014 7:30 PM
2490 rue Notre-Dame Ouest
Montreal, QC H3J 1N5
Born and raised in Nova Scotia, Canada, Richard Terfry began writing raps and experimenting with his parents stereo when he was 13, which led to a brief stint writing music for Sesame Street. After performing under various monikers through his teens and gaining a small underground following, the alternative hip-hop artist donned the pseudonym Buck 65 and was picked up by the Anticon label, a highly influential collective on the avant-garde hip-hop scene during the 90s and 2000s. While Buck 65 never reached the level of fame of many of the label's other artists - like Why? and Odd Nosdam - the producer developed his sound to include a variety of experimental genres, evidently aided by many Anticon labelmates. Though Buck 65 often performs with his group, Bike for Three, he still performs and releases albums solo.