Arts & Entertainment

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.

New theatrical effects for Shannon Irish Show

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Photo: TED LAGLOIRE

This year’s Shannon Irish Show will feature a few theatrical effects and some avant-garde costumes for the dancers.

Crépuscule to play Café Babylon

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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

Winter Carnival 2008 [photo 2]

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Photo by Jay Ouellet

Winter Carnival 2008 [photo 3]

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Photo by Jay Ouellet

Above: Winter Carnival parade number one was a little late out of the starting gate, but a celebration of the 400th anniversary nonetheless. There was even snow to brighten the show! The second parade is scheduled for Quebec City on Saturday, February 16. Dress warmly!

Septune at Université Laval, Agaguk in the snow

James Allan presenting the haggis along with piper Alan Stairs

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James Allan (right) presenting the haggis along with piper Alan Stairs from the 78 Fraser Highlanders who performed during the ceremony. A bunch of joyful Scots and their friends paid tribute to the bard Robbie Burns, last Saturday night, at the old school in Kinnear’s Mills.
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