Don’t miss this electro-dream-pop band, Smileswithteeth, at POP Montreal. Gabriel Gutierrez tells us about his project.
Jacques Audiard’s new film explores the relationship of three people escaping civil war.
Nisha Coleman’s new book follows her first year and a half as a busker on the streets of Paris, from her precarious arrival in the city to her thriving life.
There’s something for everyone at the Salon du Livre.
We are all fighting a challenging war on many fronts. Now is not the time for apathy.
“I don’t understand why the idea of being white or black is there at all, or why we continue to practice these constructs. The idea behind my music is to destroy those constructs.”
Montreal Rampage’s Parisian reporter speaks out about the attack on her hometown and has a message for everyone.
Film examines the story of Omar Khadr and how he goes from Guantanamo to Canada.
Monique Lepage’s newest novel is a page turner with plenty of intrigue.
Montreal’s Omnivorous Party brought together 20 hot new chefs for a night of sampling.
OCTOV brings Parisian, Detroit, and Montreal DJs together for double sets with a gorgeous view of Jacques Cartier bridge.
A series of photos of the annual picnic where diners dress and dine in all white.