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.
From wall murals to skateboarding to hip hop, the last day of the Under Pressure Festival celebrated street culture in style!
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.
Ticking another cafe off Annie’s Montreal Bucket List! Patisserie Rhubarbe serves a top Tarte Citron.
Montreal’s first liquid nitrogen ice-cream bar opens at Place d’Armes. Perfect for a afternoon summertime treat.
Join a dedicated community of old-timers playing country, roots, blues, and bluegrass every Monday Night at the Wheel Club.
Finally the time came for an adventure across the Concorde Bridge to Habitat 67, another of Montreal’s amazing architectural sights.
La Banquise serves poutine more ways than you can imagine. What did Esther think on her food tour of the city?
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 quick guide to Osheaga geared for first-timers and out-of-towners. FInd out where to stay, how to dress, how to get there, after-party info, and other useful info for the fans attending the festival.
Find out all the details on the Saturday fireworks… and a list of places to watch them.
Delicious Xiao Long Bao (Northern Chinese steamed dumplings) are plump packets of food goodness.
On her fifth review, Esther heads to Cinko for not so small plates and a mac n’ cheese meets sausage combo.
Harry the King might have been rained into submission on its opening night, but all the magic of Shakespeare is there.
Mile Ends Arts Cafe is a quaint little cafe that offers great breakfast, good coffee, and so much more.
Interview with Angelo Tsarouchas about the upcoming Ethnic Show at Just for Laughs in Montreal
Watching the hard hitting sport of Roller Derby proves to be a great way to spend an evening in Montreal. Plus, there’s Pabst.
With its one-of-a-kind artisanal products, Mile End’s new Biergarten-inspired market is open every weekend this summer.