Front Page Buy
New indie zine focuses on difficult moments and the things that help get you through tough times.
Personal anecdotes about Montreal in the 60s and 70s fill book about city.
If you’re still looking to shop this week, check out the Nutcracker Market.
Sinj Karan reviews Marianne Ackerman’s new collection of short stories, “Mankind & Other Stories of Women”.
The Segal Centre offers a card for the under 30s that provides a 70% discount on its programming.
Meags Fitzgerald talks about Long Red Hair, why she learned to draw ambidextrously, and shares 20 pieces of advice for aspiring writers.
Fashion designer Sandra Chirico relied on local burlesque stars to showcase her line of corsets before performances began.
A pool full of locally made goods.
Weekend chocolate festival just in time for Valentine’s Day.
Montreal’s soapmaker Butr uses products you can eat to create her wonderful soaps. Interview and review here.
Still looking for one-of-a-kind gifts. The Salon des Métiers d’Art probably has something for you. Here are some of the vendors you can find there.
Turn a rainy day into a colourful one with one of these cute umbrellas, on sale now for the holidays at the annual craft salon.