Picks from real Montrealers (of course) where to get your Chinese food fix on December 25
Local Montreal filmmaker Adam Reider talks about crowd funding his latest project, a full length horror film.
Thank Mr. Campbell for free summer music in city parks. Schedule here.
Reda checks out the third night of Distortion Fest for Montreal Rampage and reports back on the experience.
This weekend is the perfect time to walk around NDG and check out Porchfest. Interview with organizers here.
The spring shopping season begins with an opportunity to support local artisans around Quebec.
Be charmed by this East coast band you need to hear with their new album Thought Rock Fish Scale. Review here.
For about nine months, Baekt has been supplying local cafés and lucky people with its amazing cookie delivery service, available late at night.
While there are plenty of pricey tables at the gourmet part of the Montreal en Lumiere festival, there are some cheaper options too.
On another tour of Montreal’s micro bookstores, we stop and have another look at stores owned by some of our French neighbours.
Montreal’s soapmaker Butr uses products you can eat to create her wonderful soaps. Interview and review here.
Continuing our exploration of various small bookstores on Montreal island, we look at various comic book stores in Montreal.
Shaken, stirred, and gladly sipped, Gin Neige takes local products and flavours to make a superior liquor.
Let us help you pick from among 150 restaurants participating in Montreal Restaurant Week.
The mega-flea market of POP Montreal has it all. Here’s what caught Julia’s eye.
After mixing several genres to create quite a unique new EP, the Quaaludes head out on an August 2015 Tour – an occasion for “sad punk” not to miss.
Pop Up restaurants for a single day all over Montreal (OK, mostly the Plateau but other places too). Check them out and see what amazing chefs we hide in our neighborhoods.
Introducing Mike “hugs and disses” Carrozza’s new meta-column on comedy “Is This Thing On?” Take it away Mike…