Articles by Rachel Levine
Caroline Brooks explains why Christmas has special meaning for the Good Lovelies.
Doug Van Nort’s music comes from some unusual sources, including samples taken from cicadas, ants, and bees.
Director of the Warhol Dervish Collective Pemi Paull talks about how the underground string quartet collaborates with an Egyptian oudist, an electronic manipulator, and a percussion improviser.
Forget dancing until 3 a.m. DJ Mary Hell will get booties shaking at high noon in the fifth edition of Montreal’s Lunch Beat.
I came for the coffee and stayed for the borscht, beignets, latkes, and kvass.
Mercieca’s Politically Absurd Comedy Guardians of the Cross marks the anniversary of performance and arts organization Le Nouveau International
Like its mythic headed namesake, Chimera in NDG has two heads as a fantastic cafe and a place to game in peace.
Station 16 launched a kickstarter campaign to print 16 works by 16 international artists over 16 months. They’re 100
86 79.8 54 % funded. I want to make sure they make it to 100%.
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.