Plot of mother-and-son surf flick falls short.
It was a year of excess and weirdness and elections and charters and commissions and these are the highlights.
Mike Carrozza couldn’t limit himself to 10 albums, so he picked 11… and then added a few more.
Two weeks before Halloween, Mascara and Popcorn’s Body Horror Contest gathered over 300 people composed of monsters, artisans, film makers, and SPFX artists
A smorgasbord of international art comes to Montreal until January with the Biennial Montreal. Performance art, film, digital works, sculpture, photography, and visual art are on tap.
Kitty and Bee, Easy Action, and K$M throw down at the MPROV festival.
The Oasis Marathon brings out the athletic best as runners hit the pavement for 10 km, 1/2 marathon, or the full.
Cranbourne is the result of many years of work and performance. This series of stories told in a captivating way by Fabien Cloutier.
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.
Take a road trip this week to Ottawa and catch a stellar line up including The National, Lorde, J Cole, and more. You can even bike if you’re up for a sore butt! Advice on where to stay and how to get there.
Day 2 at Otakuthon featured a parade of cosplayers. The exhibition hall was packed too. Check out our photo journal.
A review of Kiesza’s debut EP and Morrissey’s newest album World Peace Is None of Your Business
Cafe Frappé is full of Argentina fans as tie game goes to penalty kicks.
Get Scandinavian by listening to these new albums by these Swedish indie groups: Lykke Li, First Aid Kit, and Nina’s new discovery, Mindfox
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.