It is said that the town’s name came from a joke of the explorer La Salle looking for China one fine day in 1669. When he didn’t make it to Asia, the people mocked him [read on]
Hampstead, founded in 1914, is generally considered as one of the richer parts of Montreal, as many wealthy citizens call this independent municipality home. In 2011, just a [read on]
Montreal’s most interesting round up of news.
Directed by the brilliant Claude Lelouch, Roman de Gare is a story of mixed identities and skillful dishonesty, an intricate web spun around mystery and lies.
An unlikely love affair between a businessman and a young hustler.
Review of “The Collected Poems of Samuel Beckett”, edited by Seán Lawlor and John Pilling.
It’s been four months since the free dance night brought the jazz, funk, yéyé, and swing to town,
A group of people are kidnapped in the southern Philippines and endure the jungle as they await freedom or rescue.
Exploring the history of Quebec law, part two: the British contribution.
Celebrate French literature in all its forms this weekend at the Salon du Livre.
A review of Paris Opera Ballet’s production of Paquita: a rarely performed work transported to Montreal from the heart of French ballet.
Cranbourne is the result of many years of work and performance. This series of stories told in a captivating way by Fabien Cloutier.
1987 shows the concerns of a 17-year-old man growing up in Quebec during the late ’80s.
9th Annual Sketch Fest brings together local groups, Canadian troupes, and International teams for a week long party and sketch comedy.
This book about books is loosely based on Kafka’s The Castle and highly self aware.
Strawberries in January a sweet, delightful play performed in French and English on alternate nights, examines teen love.
Solid performance by Ontario duo in support of their first French album.
The Houston Ballet brings the decadence and lavish life of French royalty to Place des Arts.
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.”