International conference on the Americas makes its film and art programs available to the public.
Beautiful sunny Sunday with Montreal representing on both stages. Photographer Fernando Landin captured the glorious day.
Why go to the movie theatre at the Forum and sneak from film to film when you can see great free films screen outside the SAT every Tuesday?
A man with a leg for a dick, ladies reading Greek poetry, dancers imitating a washing machine, and a cat with a backpack of toast on it. Must be the Fringe.
Sappyforever Vol. 1 celebrates seven years of Sackville’s Sappyfest with photos and words, evoking the transformative nature of this festival.
The annual fundraising event to offset costs for the Grands Ballets is captured here by Fernando Landin.
Mellon lecturer Antoine Picon addresses the concept of the smart city at CCA event.
Montreal’s food trucks are back with even more options than ever before. Four of them tempted dancers to stop their moves during the 6th Montreal Lunch Beat.
It’s not legal, but it’s not exactly criminal either. Montreal is laid-back about smoking l’herbe, especially on 420 day. Here are some basics about Montreal and marijuana.
Getting to vote on gruesome transformations by FX artists and the best horror film is just a small part of what made the Mascara and Popcorn Body Horror contest a thrilling night. Hear about Ken’s night and see photos here.
PyCon, a conference dedicated to Python language, sold out months ahead of time. Seriously. What exactly makes a conference on computer programming so exciting?
Yiara Magazine’s second edition was packed with attendees and featured musical act the Broken Crowns.