Sexualty, drugs, and other social issues at heart of student theatre festival.
With my favourite eatery on a two month hiatus, a ramen fan can check out these options (plus two to avoid).
Check out the first vernissage of Art Matters tonight at Espace Fibre.
Interview with Laurent Viau-Lapointe about Concordia’s biggest student-run art festival.
This winter’s lineup at the Concordia branch of Cinema Politica has films about refugees, the justice system, and gender. Get inspired and get informed.
Concordia grad Julien Cadieux’s must-see film follows Jean Guida, who brought the performer Guilda to life
The police are merciless when it comes to biking tickets, but not especially consistent. One woman’s experience with the law.
Take your G&T to the next level with 3/4 Tonic’s homebrew. Esther tests out the goods and reports on her findings.
Boundary crossing film festival presents films focused on LGBT themes from different countries, but with a special focus on Latin America and Canada this year.
Newly opened candy shop Candylabs makes the cutest hard candies you’ll ever pop in your mouth.
Aamer Rahman was in town headlining QPIRG’s event The Truth Hurts as part of Concordia University’s DisOrientation
Another great discovery and restaurant ticked off the list! Lunch at Thali Cuisine Indienne is a delicious, easy and inexpensive lunch or dinner stop!
The 18th edition of Fantastia Film Festival brings us a wide range of international movies this year to check out! Here are our picks for the best 5
Delicious Xiao Long Bao (Northern Chinese steamed dumplings) are plump packets of food goodness.
Celebrating Bloomsday in Montreal has become a weekend event with readings, music, food, and of course… ale!
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.
The intermedia/cyberarts students worked hard to fundraise for this exhibition. Now’s the time to see their finished works.
Yiara Magazine’s second edition was packed with attendees and featured musical act the Broken Crowns.
Trying to figure out how to learn French in Montreal without spending too much money? Here’s some suggestions. Don’t worry… we don’t tell you “just go speak to someone.”
Get to know other cultures through Montreal’s ethnographic film festival. Films are free and look at places ranging from our own backyard to Bangalore.