by EMILY RAINE
Holiday craft fairs are popping up all over the city. Here's what's happening this week.
Pitch festival brings love for the world’s most popular sport to Montreal by celebrating all things soccer.
We chat with local hand-printed wallpaper maker Walls of Ivy, one of the many mighty Montreal artisans representing at this weekend's Souk@SAT design fair.
Tom Howell's The Rude Story of English tells a history of English's base origins — and can really help you up your vulgarity game.
We chat with Geneviève Paquette, the designer behind the Mongolia-inspired Kazak line of eco-friendly streetwear.
In City of Saints, 16 Montreal artists paint portraits of saints based on the local streets named after them.
Bistro Lannes & Pacifique offers tasty, market-fresh French food in a clean modern setting, made cheaper since you bring the bar.
We chat with zine legend Aaron Cometbus about alternative culture and DIY publishing, in advance of his first-ever Montreal visit.
Z'Isle, a serialized graphic novel written by Lateef Martin and illustrated by Dan Buller, brings zombies to the 514. Get ready to fight.
What's hot in street style right now, according to the Vintage Pop thrift boutique.
The Beaufort Café in Petite-Patrie offers cheap grignotines, comfort food and hints of Ellefsen's Scandinavian-inspired menu.
Thieves broke into Station 16 over the weekend and made off with a wealth of street art, including large paintings by ZekOne, Labrona, WhatisAdam, Antoine Tavaglione and Scaner.
* Cult MTL talks film on CKUT
* PHI Centre screens Lenny Cooke
* Our Country’s Good at Monument National
* A$AP Ferg at le Belmont
* Laura Crapo and Alden Penner at Casa
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