Montreal’s annual summer Mural Festival brings out graffiti and street artists to create magnificent murals on buildings in the Plateau.
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?
It may primarily serve burgers and orange drink, but 40 years is long enough to avoid Decarie’s iconic orange ball.
Shoebox sized and with Italian retro charm, Cafe 1880 serves strong coffee and authentic chai lattés at good prices.
Glam Gam returns to Montreal Fringe with a show featuring more plot to go with that nudity. Not to worry, they’re as crazy as ever and it’s for a great cause.
Kim Hachey missed Montreal’s sandy beach last year. This year, she made sure she went.
Esther Szeben begins her epic foodie journey to cross 40 Montreal eateries off her bucket list.
A pensive stroll through Griffintown raises questions about the transience of all things.
One less thing off the Montreal bucket list! Check: Work off winter by climbing the 280 steps of St. Joseph’s Oratory.
Ten years and still going strong, Cinema Politica screens independent, political documentaries. Ezra Winton and Inês Lopes talk about the organization and their new book Screening Truth to Power.
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.
Manitoba restaurant focuses on wild and locally sourced ingredients to create a constantly changing menu.