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FEQ50: The Strumbellas bring joy to the masses

Review by Andrew Greenfield Folk pop, indie rock, alternative country – yes, these guys from Toronto do it all. Isabel Ritchie (violin), Jeremy Drury (drums), Darry James (bass guitar), David

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FEQ50: The Who in Quebec City bring out the big guns

Review by Andrew Greenfield Thursday 13 July, 2017, Plains of Abraham, Quebec City – Playing in front of a massive crowd, tens of thousands strong, just as heavyweights Duran Duran,

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FEQ50: Kendrick Lamar goes through the motions on the Plains of Abraham

Review by Andrew Greenfield Friday, 7 July, Plains of Abraham, Quebec City. “If you do not want to get involved, get out of here” That was a sanitized version of

Arts & Culture Quebec Music Reviews

Isabelle Boulay celebrates 45th birthday with friends on the Plains of Abraham

Festival d’été de Québec’s 50th year, 25 years in the business for Isabelle Boulay and the singer’s 45th birthday – three good enough reasons to celebrate summer on the Plains

Life in Quebec Magazine Quebec Literature Reviews Sports

Book Review: Sports Nutrition – 21 Days of Menus ISBN 9781772860009

This book review first appeared in the March 2017 issue of Life in Québec Magazine. Life in Quebec Magazine is a lifestyle publication covering Quebec and is published 4 times

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Quebec City Tartarefest a Rare Treat

The second edition of Tarfarefest Québec saw lovers of raw meat and fish tucking in to the food they love. Throughout the second half of May, participating restaurants in Montreal

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Tommy Emmanuel at the Palais Montcalm in Quebec City

Tommy Emmanuel: What a talent! The guitar gods must have been repeatedly somersaulting for joy when this guy entered the world for he is nothing short of incredible. “He’s the

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Mike Paterson: Multi-talented comedian, actor, wrestler, and epic cheese lover to perform in Quebec City at ComediHa!

Mike Paterson, comedian, actor, wrestler, and all manner of other things besides, is to perform in Quebec City during the 2017 edition of the ComediHa! festival. We caught up with

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ComediHa! 2017 will be here before you know it

By Andrew Greenfield Quebec City’s ComediHa! promises a bumper crop of talent for the 18th edition. The festival will see over 450 artists descend on the region to put on

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Norm Foster’s ‘Self-Help’ presented by the Quebec Art Company, plays it for the laughs

Photo: Natalie Keller, Ladd Johnson, Johanne Morin, and Patrica Grimaud perfect a scene from Norm Foster’s Self-Help. Credit: Normand Brassard / Québec Art Company. By Andrew Greenfield Farce, so say

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ZAZ gets crowd bouncing at Centre Vidéotron

Back in Quebec City for another visit from France, this was her first time on stage at the region’s largest arena. ZAZ, otherwise known as Isabelle Geffroy, loves Quebec and

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Claudine Mercier is back and on form at the Salle Albert-Rousseau

Show review and photo credits: Andrew Greenfield. Playing to a full house at the Salle Albert-Rousseau in Quebec City, Claudine Mercier’s show could be considered a hit. With Mercier now

Arts & Culture Quebec Music

Annie Villeneuve launches album 5 at Le Cercle

Hailing from the Jonquière area of the Saguenay region of Québec singer-songwriter Annie Villeneuve, who can now seriously be considered as one of Quebec’s favourite daughters, was in Quebec City

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Review: Disney On Ice Passport to Adventure at the Videotron Centre, Quebec City

We all know Disney and love (most of) their characters and films, so it was with great delight that the family geared up for an evening out involving many of