The Monday Morning After, hosted by Taylor Tower and Cam Novak. On today’s show – The Régie des alcools, des courses et des jeux du Québec and the Montreal Police are banning hip hop music in local bars. Bar owners applying for a liquor license must agree not to play or host hip hop/rap artists. Read “Dire non au hip-hop pour avoir un permis d’alcool”, published in La Presse on March 22nd to learn more. We interview Annick Maugile-Flavien – writer, radio producer and member of The Montreal Hip Hop Movement – about the ban, the movement against it, and what’s next. You can check out Annick’s work and learn more about the Montreal Hip Hop Movement by visiting her blog and joining the Facebook group.
You also don’t want to miss these events coming up this week:
Ronnie Burkett – Penny Plain
Place des arts – Cinquième Salle
5 Angry Men
Presented by Simonsmith Theatre
April 19, 20, 21, 26, 27 and 28 @ 8pm (doors at 7:30)
McGill’s Players’ Theatre (3480 McTavish, 3rd Floor)
TICKETS: http://5angrymen.eventbrite.com/ $13 (+serv.) /$15 at door
Blue Metropolis Literary Festival
The Laugh Pack Late Show: For People Who Dig Comedy
Thursday, April 19th at 9pm
Texts of Light: A Four-Part Series on the Films of Stan Brakhage
PART 1: Landscape as History, Landscape as Light (1972, 1974)
Saturday, April 21, 8:30pm
We’ve also got an interview with Mike Rollo, filmmaker, founder of the Double Negative Film Collective and professor in the Communications Department at Concordia University. We talked about the federal budget cuts to the National Film Board and what it means for filmmaking in Montreal and Canada.
Plus – “Taylor Tower’s Lazy Eye,” a story I told as part of Montreal’s all-true storytelling event, Confabulation. You can listen to more Confabulation stories on their website.
And Cam Novak brings you The Bike Lane, a weekly segment on all things bike-related. This week: Women and Bicycling. With guests:
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