Marc Rowland of Montreal Improv talks about how Montreal Improv got started and the kinds of events they hold at the venue, both new and old.
Family and friends frantically search for Matthew Kustra missing since September 4. Montreal Rampage wants to help get the word out.
For several days photographer Magali Crevier followed a giant inflatable red ball around the city. Spot these locations and find out how well you know Montreal.
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.
Flying high, Montreal’s skateboarders turn La Place de La Paix into their playground during pilot project.
Verdun street fair featured puppets of all kinds, from Punch and Judy to Chinese dragons.
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!
Quebec’s Dagwoods sandwich and salad chain turns 25 this week. Ken Gaucher asks Spiro Krallis about the secret to his success and where he makes the sauce.
Montreal Rampage’s brand spankin’ new dating column with Celina Flores invites you to share your best and worst stories, as well as look for some sound advice.
Another great discovery and restaurant ticked off the list! Lunch at Thali Cuisine Indienne is a delicious, easy and inexpensive lunch or dinner stop!
Michael Bakouch’s polaroid-style photo journal of lovely Monastiraki in Mile End.
Sushi restaurant off the end of the island has sushi boats with precious cargo.
Photo Journal of the Chai Bar in Carré St. Louis on Restaurant Day.
Peopl’s Comedy is going to take a break from the usual monthly comedy stand up show so don’t miss the last show with a headliner from NYC!
Colourful, joyous, and spirited, the Montreal Pride Parade is an event with wide open arms and a lot of heart!
Montreal’s Dîner en Blanc was a fairytale evening as an elegant white wave took over the city’s Place des Arts on Thursday evening.
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.
Extensive menu and tasty food make Quartier du Dejeuners a must eat for breakfast and brunch fans.
Some acts to see at Ile Soniq and a few pointers about what to wear and bring to the festvial.
McAuslan Brewery plays host to annual bike-in screening featuring De Palama’s ’70s classic Phantom of the Paradise