by PETER WHEELAND
Given the projected cost of the new Champlain Bridge — $3-$5 billion — it might make sense to pay a toll to cross it.
by EMILY HILL
Don't let the crappy weather bully you into riding the bus.
by LUCAS WISENTHAL
Rest in peace, Nelson Mandela.
Jeremy Elkin, a Montreal-bred skateboard filmmaker who now calls New York home, will be in town tomorrow to premiere his latest project, The Brodies.
With Bill 60, the Parti Québécois is trying to offer itself as the solution to a problem that doesn't exist.
by EVAN DUBINSKY
Evan Dubinsky loves the dough, so he took cooking lessons from a few local pastry chefs.
Bernard Drainville probably wouldn't have been in danger at Concordia last night, but he still didn't show up for a scheduled debate.
As the issues with the Champlain are showing, Montreal's bridge problem may be more serious than we think.
by BARTEK KOMOROWSKI
The city needs to update its bicycle infrastructure to accommodate the growing number of people who get around on two wheels throughout the winter.
Peace Park, one of Montreal's most recognizable skate spots, turned 19 this weekend. To celebrate, a bunch of dudes skated and drank beer.
If Denis Coderre has his way, Montreal's rub-n-tugs will be no more.
Dime, a local skate crew, just released an inspired re-edit of years' worth of DGK pro Wade Desarmo's footage.
* Read the Rant Line
* Heteropolis launch
* Free short film programme at PHI
* Let’s Do This! Get Weird! at Mainline Theatre
* Local punk at L’Escogriffe
* Love on the Beat at Velvet
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