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To be inside a horror movie with all possible most terrifying monsters from your worst nightmares, drag your corpse to the Mascara & Popcorn Film Festival.
McAuslan Brewery plays host to annual bike-in screening featuring De Palama’s ’70s classic Phantom of the Paradise
An actor, a stand up comedian and an amazing person, Robin Williams was pronounced dead on August 11 2014.
Dressed all in white, hundreds of yogis came to the Old Port to practice en masse. Here is a photo journal of the event.
In this art exhibition, real people are “planted” in the Botanical Gardens as a way to examine the nomadic and static features of life.
What you need to know for Montreal’s Dîner en Blanc this Thursday! A night of elegance, white dresses, gourmet food, wine and a strong community spirit.
From the beginning of time until present days of Canada’s history and its nations, Mosaic Light Show’s beautiful imagery crawls up the walls of the Parliament building [read on]
Find out from our reviewer if Jim Jefferies new show for 2014 is worth your cold, hard cash!
A big weekend at Jean Drapeau as Montreal hosts teams from Canada and the United States to take part in the annual Dragon Boat Races!
A few of the things I learned at the Brooklyn Nine-Nine Panel as part of the ComedyPro series of Just for Laughs
After training for months, the dragon boat races unleash their might at Parc Jean Drapeau this weekend. Here are some pictures of the event.
Enter our first ever ticket giveaway.
Funnyman Jim Jefferies talks to Montreal Rampage about his upcoming new show and how his parents got over his career change from opera singer to comedian.
300 models came out to audition for the 80 slots associated with the annual Fashion and Design Festival
Cafe Frappé is full of Argentina fans as tie game goes to penalty kicks.
With its one-of-a-kind artisanal products, Mile End’s new Biergarten-inspired market is open every weekend this summer.
Germany whips Brazil’s ass in about 30 minutes… and then they did it again and again and again. Here’s how fans responded in Cafe Frappe.
Montreal world cup hub Café Frappé is a battleground for South America as Colombia and Brazil battle out for their spot in the semi-finals.
Fans watch a tense quarter final game between Germany and France at Café Frappé in Montreal.
St. Denis is awash in clowns, acrobats, contortionists, and mayhem as the Montreal Complètement Cirque claims St. Denis each evening.