Watching the hard hitting sport of Roller Derby proves to be a great way to spend an evening in Montreal. Plus, there’s Pabst.
Entrelacs, is a unique art exhibition featuring six artists from Canada and Europe that started on July 5th and will go on until August 23rd.
Cafe Frappé is full of Argentina fans as tie game goes to penalty kicks.
Germany whips Brazil’s ass in about 30 minutes… and then they did it again and again and again. Here’s how fans responded in Cafe Frappe.
Montreal world cup hub Café Frappé is a battleground for South America as Colombia and Brazil battle out for their spot in the semi-finals.
Fans watch a tense quarter final game between Germany and France at Café Frappé in Montreal.
From a chilled out afternoon to a real party, Piknic Electronik is an ideal way to spend a Sunday in Montreal. One more thing of Annie’s bucket list.
June’s last Piknic called on Barcelona to bring the beats and Montreal long timers Pfreud and GD put in an appearance too.
St. Denis is awash in clowns, acrobats, contortionists, and mayhem as the Montreal Complètement Cirque claims St. Denis each evening.
Netherlands fans in orange and blue celebrate as Mexico is eliminated. Pictures from Montreal of World Cup fans watching the games.
Brazil came through to defeat Chile. Here is German Silva’s photolog of the game in Café Frappé.
The crowd of Portugal fans watching the dramatic Portugal vs. USA game was captured by Germán Silva at Cafe Frappe.