by ALEX ROSE
Our series exploring Montreal-shot films continues with horror flick Island of the Dead.
by GEMMA HOROWITZ
Our city has plenty of bagels, but very few bagel sandwiches, so we checked out Hinnawi Bros Bagel & Café, a new spot, to see what it had to offer.
by DARCY MACDONALD
Put this in your ears now.
The band announced the loss of their frontman and friend yesterday.
by ERIK LEIJON
Folly and the Hunter, playing the M for Montreal festival this weekend, are well-paired with televisual tragedy and heartbreak
by JOHNSON CUMMINS
Sure they've changed, but you should probably go see them anyway. PLUS: More heavy gigs & the final installment of Drone 101.
by KAYLA MARIE HILLIER
Helene Klodawsky’s Come Worry With Us! explores local band Thee Silver Mt. Zion’s Jessica Moss and Efrim Menuck's struggle to balance parenthood and touring.
Dime, a local skate crew, just released an inspired re-edit of years' worth of DGK pro Wade Desarmo's footage.
by EMILY RAINE
We chat with Geneviève Paquette, the designer behind the Mongolia-inspired Kazak line of eco-friendly streetwear.
Let us, via netlabel/club night Toy Company, school you on skweee.
by PETER WHEELAND
For some inexplicable reason, Denis Coderre went after rub-and-tugs — which weren't exactly a major campaign issue — during his first week in office.
In City of Saints, 16 Montreal artists paint portraits of saints based on the local streets named after them.
Mélanie Carrier and Olivier Higgins’ latest Québékoisie, which has its world premiere tonight at RIDM, explores the true heritage of Quebec’s Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people and uncovers some startling information.
by ANNE-DARLA LUCIA D.
A fresh crop of young barbers are injecting new life into what some considered a dying art.
by LORRAINE CARPENTER
The music festival that presents local talent to international industry types and invites hometown fans to the party runs this Wednesday through Saturday. See our recommendations here.
Songs to hear and videos to see today.
by City Team
Prime Minister Stephen Harper spoke to the Montreal Board of Trade today. Outside, 100 or so people protested his presence. This is what the scene looked like.
Bistro Lannes & Pacifique offers tasty, market-fresh French food in a clean modern setting, made cheaper since you bring the bar.
* Last day for Smart Design Mart
* Alt choirs sing for Mile End Mission
* A Magical Evening With Canadian Authors
* Comedy classic Bringing Up Baby
* Lofthanza at Salon Daomé
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