T. A. Wellington reviews Thanhha Lai’s novel for young adults, “Listen, Slowly”.
There’s a reason to get out every night in Montreal in February with festivals from day 1 to day 29 (it’s leap year!)
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.
“‘That’s Menai,’ observed Madeleine. ‘It was designed by Alexander Allan. The LNWR had almost three hundred engines with an Allan design built at Crewe. Only my [read on]
“A writer who is serious and economical can store away small fragments of ideas and events and conversations, and even facial expressions and mannerisms, and use them [read on]
Montreal 2016 in December is markets, music, and merry making. Check out the list of festivals and other events here.
Largest east coast indie games event has plenty of local talent showing its latest.
Food isn’t the only reason to check out the vegan festival at Marche Bonsecours this weekend
T. A. Wellington reviews Garth Stein’s novel “A Sudden Light”.
The Segal Centre offers a card for the under 30s that provides a 70% discount on its programming.
Art Tattoo brings in local and international artists to celebrate all things ink.