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Trouble in (Queer) Paradise: What Does It Take To Be Different After Dark?

Posted October 16, 2012 by Ian

There’s something in the Montreal soil that keeps bearing the raddest fruit. The newly minted queer collective, going by the name of Trouble is throwing it’s first of many dance party fundraisers for ACCM (AIDS Community Care Montreal) on November 3rd, at Espace Reunion (here is the Facebook event), lying just behind Montreal nightlife’s old […]

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03.18.12 – MINUS THE TIGER @ Royal Phoenix

Posted March 8, 2012 by Team Gaily

MINUS THE TIGER (NETHERLANDS) Free live Performance Sunday March 18th from 7pm-9pm At Royal Phoenix Bar As if we could pass up the opportunity to give you, Montreal, with the first ever Canadian performance by a band that finds itself somewhere between The Knife and TV On The Radio, Lykke Li and Kate Bush! “A […]

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The Perils And Pride Of The Dyke March

Posted July 19, 2011 by Dallas

The Vancouver Dyke March made me lesbian. Well, not really, but it definitely helped me realize that straight life was officially out of the question for me. As a questioning thirty-something that couldn’t quite figure out why the companionship of men made me want to bury my head in a huge bowl of potato chips, […]

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Posted April 4, 2012 by Ty

Join GQB for our first ever SUNDAY FUNDAY and experience the Cabane à Sucre. For those who don’t know, Cabane à Sucre is a seasonal ritual in Québec. As soon as the moon is right, the maple syrup producers head into the sugar bush and begin tapping their trees. The buckets fill with a sweetish, […]

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04.07.12 – ARTSIDA4 afterparty @ Musée d’Art Contemporain!

Posted March 26, 2012 by Team Gaily

★★★ CAUSE CÉLÈBRE ★★★ an afterparty for ARTSIDA4 Gala Dance Party Fundraiser for AIDS Community Care Montreal (ACCM) ●▽● .. ●△●●▽● .. ●△●●▽● .. ●△●●▽● .. ●△●●▽● .. ●△● Time to get low-class and high-trash on the dance floor in one of Montréal’s most chic venues! It’s a queer take-over of the MUSÉE D’ART CONTEMPORAIN […]

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03.08.12 – Screening of Miss Representation @ Concordia

Posted February 28, 2012 by Team Gaily

The Simone de Beauvoir Institute, Breast Cancer Action Montreal, FemmeToxic, Girls Action Foundation and the Department of Communication Studies present: The 8th Annual Lanie Melamed Memorial Event Refuse to be Toxified! … + Film Screening and discussion + Thursday, March 8, 2012 + 7 pm + Concordia Hall Building (1455 De Maisonneuve W.) DB Clarke […]

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Pride 2011

He Said | She Said: Whose Business is Pride Anyways?

Posted August 25, 2011 by Alex

Alex: Now that Pride parade season has come and gone for 2011, we can wipe the glitter from our eyes and discuss how we felt about this year’s pride festivities. Mainly, how much corporate sponsorship there was this year, at least in the larger Cities’ parades. This was my first Pride in Montreal and was […]

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Jim Hubbard in Montreal for Public Lecture and Documentary Premiere of United in Anger

Posted November 15, 2012 by Caitlin

On November 22nd Jim Hubbard – a New York City-based filmmaker and ACT UP member – will be presenting a public lecture at Concordia University in conjunction with the premiere screening of his documentary film, United in Anger: A History of ACT UP. The documentary chronicles the trajectory of the epidemic and the work of […]

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