Montreal’s annual graffiti festival combines murals, skateboarding, djs, and breakdance. Here’s our photojournal of August 9.
The 19th edition of Under Pressure includes murals by street artists and djs on the streets, but also a dance battle, concerts, and a skateboard competition.
The Mo brothers brings us their latest thrill ride full of blood, gore and humor.
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]
Interview with Michael Demsey and Eric Stirtzinger of The Royal Streets about their experiences winning the Molson Contest and coming to Osheaga
BP Cooper and Bradley King talk about the process of making films, how editing can be the most painful part, and the importance of collaboration and film festivals.
Robyn’s three-day recap of Osheaga 2014. She did it all, from crowd surfing to eating poutine and oh, maybe took some kick ass photos…
Chad Archibald talks about his young life into horror film, his collaborators, and why they say it’s a bad idea to make a film with water.
Debra Heather sits down for an interview with drummer Matt Kelly from Dropkick Murphys.
Find out from our reviewer if Jim Jefferies new show for 2014 is worth your cold, hard cash!
Black Fawn Films’ latest, The Drownsman, screened at Fantasia. Find out what if our reviewer thought the film sank or swam.
Feeling Osheaga-envy? Why not celebrate first nations cultures from around the world at the First Nations festival.
Remastered film as vibrant and horrific as the original.
Review of the Aussie Wil Anderson’s hour long stand-up show. He is equally attractive and funny, plus the show ending with a standing O.
Russell Peters and invited guests reviewed. A great way to end a fantastic Just For Laughs experience.
Review of the multi-comedian show Brit-Ish at Just For Laughs.
An overview of Heavy Montreal, It’s almost here, and the line-up is AWESOME. Read on to know more.
My interview with Matt Peters of Royal Canoe. We talk summer festivals, Osheaga, why DJs and Arctic Monkeys are so popular, plus some important transit info.
Nathan Fielder shows several video clips, sang karaoke, and embarrassed audience members in a totally acceptable way to create a hilarious event.
A few of the things I learned at the Brooklyn Nine-Nine Panel as part of the ComedyPro series of Just for Laughs