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From a chilled out afternoon to a real party, Piknic Electronik is an ideal way to spend a Sunday in Montreal. One more thing of Annie’s bucket list.
A tasty week in the news. Be careful who you bite at the World Cup, someone got out of rehab, and the UK is out of sperm.
A week in which a woman takes selfies with a corpse, another woman predicts her lottery winnings, more work is done on the Mercier, and Casey Kasum is silenced.
Prison guards in Quebec prisons don’t have guns, but someone hanging out in Target in South Carolina does. Toilet voyeures, retired firemen, and the 6 a.m. bar closing ruling.
Making collage art takes a special talent and the artist struggles with the concept of free.
Biking and collecting, collaging and disobedience. The Montreal Artist at work.
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.
This week’s news roundup includes short shorts in Beaconsfield, more on the dangers of London Ontario, and the best and worst of the police.
A pensive stroll through Griffintown raises questions about the transience of all things.
With the alt comedy scene and the regular circuit coming together, character comedy is at the fore.
Learn to survive in today’s cruel world. Learn what to do if you’re on a plane with no bathroom, why you should you leave the sword at home, and how to make money from pennies.
Montreal morphs into a blur but somehow there are anchor points all along the way.
How many times have you walked past the gelato place in the Eaton Centre and said, “I’ve got to get me some of that?” Kim Hachey took up the challenge and reports on what some of that is like.
Ken Gaucher brings the best news roundup of the week. He sends the royal couple to a Super 8 and encourages UN members to watch more Matrix.
Nick Janke takes us on his tour of street art that caught his eye for its defiance, creativity, and accessibility.
Food trucks, Monica Lewinsky, and McHappy Day. There’s a lot to be happy about this week. Take note of the newest holiday on the calendars… McKenny Day.
One less thing off the Montreal bucket list! Check: Work off winter by climbing the 280 steps of St. Joseph’s Oratory.
This week’s news is a lesson in what not to do: film yourself while on crack, fall off a horse, picture your grandmother twerking, pass charters without legal advice.
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