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Four indie films by Brian Barnhart to be screened at Cinema du Parc on October 24th.
Adam hits up Atwater Market’s annual beer fest and lives to tell the tale.
A look into new concert venue Turbo Haus and its humble origins and stunning transformation with stolen floors.
A little bit of gonzo journalism on one of Montreal’s underground squat festivals.
Chris heads down to Fattal Fest and reports on the overall atmosphere of appropriate chaos and music.
Quebec 102 looks at the cost of renting an apartment in Montreal.
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Montreal’s most interesting round up of news.
Montreal food trucks : Where they are, what they serve, how to find them. Part I in a series.
Open since January, this burrito joint is fork after fork of carefully cooked meat and beans with fresh toppings.
The Christmas cheer is all around! The perfect time for exploring the local markets. Annie visits Marché du Noël St Henri in celebration of the festive season.
Enjoy dinner and wine with new friends as you delve into the traumatised and chaotic mind of your host during the interactive theatre show.
Efficient, minimalist and with an emphasis on get-it-and-go, Buck 15 fills an espresso bar niche in St. Henri.
A free program for Montreal’s offers young women an opportunity for professional mentorship from Imago theatre. A Indiegogo campaign helps fund the first year.
Lunch at Satay Brothers was certainly a crowd pleaser! With a line around the bend, this South-East Asian eatery was certainly worth the wait!
Don’t miss a summertime cycle along the Lachine Canal. It’s the perfect way to spend an afternoon in a beautiful area of Montreal.
McAuslan Brewery plays host to annual bike-in screening featuring De Palama’s ’70s classic Phantom of the Paradise
Colin Lalonde, founder and artistic director of Studio Porte Bleue, talks about why he showcases non-traditional theatre works in a non-traditional space in St. Henri.