We spend a beautiful evening at Parc Jean Drapeau moving and connecting with Montreal’s yoga community.
Piece about Dr. Martin Luther King has great acting and focuses on the reverend’s final moments.
1950s racism is alive and well.
The death of a beloved karate teacher brings together a community of seemingly disconnected people in Montreal.
Part II of a presentation on Quebec’s First Nations and Inuit communities. Part of an ongoing series about Quebec history.
City tours led by residents showcase Montreal’s neighbourhoods under many lenses.
Important issues about community, family, and belonging addressed in show marred by clumsy narrative.
Photos of the celebration to welcome BGL’s latest work of art in Montreal-Nord.
A little bit of gonzo journalism on one of Montreal’s underground squat festivals.
Before the parade, members of organizations who support GLBTQ rights come out en masse for Community Day.
Stereo Nightclub is one of the best places to dance in the city. Find out why.
Artist Co-op in Griffintown opens up its new green roof to the public.
Catching up following the first session of Imago Theater’s ARTISTA Program
Ten years and still going strong, Cinema Politica screens independent, political documentaries. Ezra Winton and Inês Lopes talk about the organization and their new book Screening Truth to Power.