The Montreal art scene is a storm of events, from performance art to journal launches to vernissage parties. Here’s our list of things not to miss!
Tuesday Night Cafe play explores meaty topics about the causes and effects of war.
Week long festival to celebrate hip hop through performances, lectures, workshops, and good vibes comes to the city.
For five days every year, students from universities all across Canada participate in the 5 Days for the Homeless campaign. During this time, they give up some of the most [read on]
Before OK Cupid, Match.com, Tinder, and text messages, people conducted their romance, even platonic ones, via letter.
Sandrine Murengerantwali founded Vivo Cuore to raise money for much needed surgeries in her home country of Rwanda.
Not entirely sure what to do to celebrate Black History Month in Montreal? Here’s a pick for each day of the month.
It is not surprising that many of our Quebec premiers have been extremely accomplished in their respective domains of work. Premiers have come from diverse backgrounds, such [read on]
What do you do when you’ve got all kinds of creepy crawlies in the news: Luka Magnotta? Ebola? a dead parrot? turtles in your pants? Animal rescue videos as an alternative.
Tradition and modernity come together during McGill’s annual Pow Wow, a chance to dance, sing, and celebrate.
Celebrating Bloomsday in Montreal has become a weekend event with readings, music, food, and of course… ale!
McGill 9-piece band play covers and originals with their own funky flair.
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.”
Tenor David H Menzies gives us a preview of La Compagnie Baroque Mont-Royal’s weekend performance.
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.
McGill’s Tuesday Night Cafe presents Anilouh’s version of the Antigone with Creon as a sympathetic character.
Kanica Saphan checks out the McGill Chamber Orchestra’s annual show of Handel’s Messiah in Christ Church Cathedral and reports back favorably on both orchestra and venue