Great coffee place serves all the usual things and a few Australian favorites: flat whites and jazzles with crips
We send Julie to work her assets at the Booty Ballet class run by the lovely Lady Joesphine.
Playwright Marianne Ackerman talks to Angela about putting together a play about the clash of Mile End’s new and old residents.
With my favourite eatery on a two month hiatus, a ramen fan can check out these options (plus two to avoid).
Got winter? Nancy prescribes cocktails at Bar Le Lab
Plateau won’t plow. Terrorist hack on Ile Perrot. Outremont can’t handle the sukkah. It’s an exciting week in every Montreal borough.
Feeling the pinch of austerity? Got a criminal record you need expunged? Found out your flu shot is ineffective? You can put it on a vanity plate (soon).
Seasonal lights along Mont Royal capture the artistic spirit of the Plateau.
Forget Random House. Alternative press is where it’s at!
Use it or lose it — school boards, St. Denis, and sitting down.
After so much hype about drinking coffee with cats in a commercial establishment, we check out the recently opened cat café concept on Duluth.
The cast and some of the crew behind Honestly, OK discuss their expectations for the upcoming production.
La Banquise serves poutine more ways than you can imagine. What did Esther think on her food tour of the city?
Brazil came through to defeat Chile. Here is German Silva’s photolog of the game in Café Frappé.
We bring back the Montreal Bucket List with Annie Shreeve’s visit to Montreal’s authentic Brittany pastry shop for a pastry that sells out before 9 a.m.
The crowd of Portugal fans watching the dramatic Portugal vs. USA game was captured by Germán Silva at Cafe Frappe.
Montreal’s annual summer Mural Festival brings out graffiti and street artists to create magnificent murals on buildings in the Plateau.
When you’re at the top, there’s usually only one way to go… down. Montreal needs to take action to stay viable in the software and technology sectors.
Bishop and Bagg says Tally-Ho to Mile End Hipsters with warm ambiance, good food and drink.
Bad boy Jeremy Hetchman talks about creating an authentic speakeasy in Montreal with a bathroom built for three.