An homage to the late star who gave us both the butt kicking Princess Leia along with her ever admirable self.
Jennifer Guillet meets up to interview actress and director Mariloup Wolfe and ends up feeling like they’ve known each other forever.
Despite claims to award winning and dazzling performances, Jennifer says Giselle didn’t live up to its claims. Find out why she was meh on Giselle here.
Jennifer spends a beautiful Parisian morning with television animal star, Hélène Gateau about her show and what she has planned for the future.
The chocolate fashion shows were a highlight of Je t’aime en chocolat. Jennifer lets us know why you won’t want to miss this.
Even if you can’t afford to buy a boat, you can enhance your daydreams by going to the annual boat show.
Forget Netflix binges, turn the dial to this warmhearted show about animals and animal care every Wednesday.
Have the Sommelier de Jeu find the right game for you.
There’s something for everyone at the Salon du Livre.
Atlantic Canada’s Ballet-Theatre brings the story of Piaf to Theatre Outremont. Review here.
Montreal Rampage’s Parisian reporter speaks out about the attack on her hometown and has a message for everyone.
One of the stars of La Guerre des Tuques 3D tells us what the remake means to her
Jennifer Guillet’s thoughts from the Montreal premiere of the classic family movie remake
Éric Besnard’s new film is visual poetry
Wrapping up our series of our Halloween picks for 2015, Club Soubois proved to be a surprise.
The OSM and Maison Symphonique combine to create a perfect night of wonder and music for the spookiest holiday.
Dare to face Montreal’s creepy haunted house in Bassin Peel when making your plans for Halloween next year.
Jennifer Guillet’s picks for this year’s edition of the festival
Monique Lepage’s newest novel is a page turner with plenty of intrigue.
Problems mar what could have been an enjoyable night out with piece about five women in a karaoke bar.