Jacy Lafontaine talks about being part of the weekly Blue Dog Motel comedy event.
Serafim and Clare follows two artists, a photographer and a dancer, who come together as lovers despite their different backgrounds in Quebec of the 1920s.
Montreal’s annual film bazar features film distributors, memorabilia, and all things cinema.
Joe Bronzi wasn’t going to win the hearts of all the girls as a jock or a model, so he opted for comedy instead.
Don ye headphones, o merry gentlemen and gentleladies. The Silent Disco Squad takes its crowd of dancers to strange places.
Flyers to events for NYE in Montreal.
Kanica Saphan checks out Hip Hop Karaoke and discovers that one need not be a hipster, a hip hopper, a rapper, or even all that talented a singer to join in the party.
Forget dancing until 3 a.m. DJ Mary Hell will get booties shaking at high noon in the fifth edition of Montreal’s Lunch Beat.
Roxanne Arsenault curates a book collection about kitsch as part of the Formats X series at Librarie Formats.
It was a cold day at ATSA this weekend and our photographer bravely went forth anyway.