Music, shopping, and light shows are the way to stay merry and bright in dark December
Picks from real Montrealers (of course) where to get your Chinese food fix on December 25
Sitcom-styled play weds Trailer Park Boys style humor with Montreal’s eclectic and gentrifying St-Henri borough.
More cheeseball dueling guitar solos than any audience should be asked to put up with.
You never know what you’ll be served at this new weekly comedy show in St. Henri.
“The great part of this, is that I am effectively living two entire lives, that I am doubling my time on Earth in a way. The bummer is that I am wiped out.”
Photos of Mark Jenkins’ latest performance art the Arsenal gallery.
Jade Salter is making yoga accessible for everybody with her queer and trans yoga classes.
Short work explores the complexities of contemporary dating.
Concordia tops the leaderboard of successful university escapees from A/Maze. How will Montreal Rampage’s writer do? Find out.
Popular live game in St. Henri adds a new challenge to its games with The Ultimate Mind, a chance to save the world from zombies.
Join in Montreal Restaurant Week with meals at just $21, $31, and $41 at 150 participating restaurants.
Four indie films by Brian Barnhart to be screened at Cinema du Parc on October 24th.
A little bit of gonzo journalism on one of Montreal’s underground squat festivals.
Get 29 cups of coffee and coffee drinks for just $30 with this card.
DéPFLIES is back and Peter is ready to fight for his dep. THe real question is whether or not writer and star Alain Mercieca was allowed a swordfight.
Efficient, minimalist and with an emphasis on get-it-and-go, Buck 15 fills an espresso bar niche in St. Henri.
A free program for Montreal’s offers young women an opportunity for professional mentorship from Imago theatre. A Indiegogo campaign helps fund the first year.
Don’t miss a summertime cycle along the Lachine Canal. It’s the perfect way to spend an afternoon in a beautiful area of Montreal.