Roxanne Arsenault curates a book collection about kitsch as part of the Formats X series at Librarie Formats.
Our selection of delightful goods on offer at Puces Pop that are lacey, romantic, pink, and feminine.
Café Station W combines a bright, clean atmosphere with tea served the way it was intended to be served.
Offering a warm hug on a cold day, Hestia tea is a bright and airy oasis just up the block from Concordia University.
CTZNSHP’s lead singer and bassist talks to us about being an anomaly in the Montreal scene.
Part 1 in a series that reviews the coffee shops of Montreal. Find out about pastries, cost, space, and the all important question: wifi!
Beautiful one-of-a-kind, artisanal goods on offer at the SAT’s souk make unique gifts for everyone on your list this year.
None of the Above explores sexual tension between a nerdy SAT tutor and his rich pupil. Witty banter and a familiar plot make this ideal for teenage girls.
It was a cold day at ATSA this weekend and our photographer bravely went forth anyway.
Montreal Godzilla went to the Salon du Livre and this is what we saw there.
Adam Reider’s new short film Remain Calm is
62% 100% of its way to being funded on Kickstarter. I want to make sure it reaches its target.
Boats were rushed, late, disorganized, and packed onto a stage that barely contained them. And they rocked the fucking house.
At the Montreal Mundial festival, photojournalist Andres Roget caught Collectivo and the Souljazz Orchestra at l’Astral.
Groenland’s sudden rise to fame is talent and good timing. Sabrina Halder talks bout how the band started and her early experiences singing jazz in CEGEP.
Lakes of Canada are performing as part of M for Montreal — Montreal’s platform for showcasing up-and-coming Canadian musicians and helping them launch their careers internationally. Conor O’Neil talks about the festival and the new yet-to-be-released album.
Andy Shauf digs on his favorite Beatle, his songwriting process, and the long anticipated Bearer of Bad News.
Frannie Holder of Random Recipe dishes on being a woman in the music industry, the difficulty of writing a new album, and the joy of making music.
We went to Expozine and this is what we found there.
Kafka’s Ape proves a dark, ironic, desperate, and humorous show about man’s inner animal. And if that isn’t enough, the ape’s got a baritone voice you won’t want to miss.
Try out indie games at this year’s Prince of Arcade at Eastern Bloc