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Since the first lockdown started in March of last year, Montrealers have faced a number of changes in their lives. People have gotten laid off, businesses have struggled, and toilet paper has sold in record time. On a global scale, it feels as though Covid-19 won’t be disappearing anytime so… Read more

Nadia Hashimi’s latest novel, Sparks Like Stars, is a beautiful and haunting work of historical fiction. The novel begins in 1978 where our protagonist, 10-year-old Sitara, witnesses the assassination of her entire family at the presidential palace in Kabul. She then embarks on a harrowing j… Read more

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If I were you I would get my fanny over to the Segal Centre to see Funny Girl, the semi-autobiographical tale of Fanny Brice. Funny Girl is a stunning, poignant musical about one of Broadway’s biggest stars. From a gawky Brooklyn teen pushing her way into show business to becoming the toast … Read more