Articles by Rachel Levine
London DJ and Producer Pedestrian drops into Le Belmont for a not-to-be-missed show if you know what’s good for you.
What to buy at Puces Pop for the person who brings the yang element into your life.
Roxanne Arsenault curates a book collection about kitsch as part of the Formats X series at Librarie Formats.
Our selection of delightful goods on offer at Puces Pop that are lacey, romantic, pink, and feminine.
Good witch or bad? Lindi Ortega bewitched her adoring Montreal audience into passing around an imaginary joint.
Offering a warm hug on a cold day, Hestia tea is a bright and airy oasis just up the block from Concordia University.
Visual and new media artist Jennifer Chan curates .gifs by 25 international artists as part of .dpi 28 Gender(ed) Culture on the Internet launch.
You don’t need to be from the Balkan region to dance your bureks off at The Balkan Gypsy Party’s multicultural monthly throwdown.
Explore social, economic, and environmental issues affecting Alberta’s Fort McMurray through a video game that functions as an interactive documentary.
CTZNSHP’s lead singer and bassist talks to us about being an anomaly in the Montreal scene.
Part 1 in a series that reviews the coffee shops of Montreal. Find out about pastries, cost, space, and the all important question: wifi!
A new and accessible exhibit at the CCA focuses on how architectural and urban projects in Casablanca and Chandigarh successfully combine post colonial ambitions with help from wealthier nations.