Photos from the first day of Comiccon.
In our final stop around Montreal’s microbookstores, we take a look at some specialty stores around the area that service anything from food to religion.
On another tour of Montreal’s micro bookstores, we stop and have another look at stores owned by some of our French neighbours.
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This week, continuing to explore Old Montreal landmarks, we examine the Château Ramezay, built in 1705.
75 years young, this Rue Parc chocolate shop keeps what’s been working since the ’40s and has only built on that success.
Celebratory opening of new gallery space for En Masse features colourful works.
A wide variety of styles and artists were on hand to ink your body or provide some body art.
Michael Bakouch’s polaroid-style photo journal of lovely Monastiraki in Mile End.
Purchasing an Indie Coffee Passport is a seven month tour of city cafés with hot and some cold drinks. Starbucks beware.
This labyrinth of beloved objects and curios has something for everyone — even a 16th century bibliophile — tucked away.