Evenko's new festival brought tens of thousands of unpretentious lovers of dance-music and good times to Parc Jean-Drapeau on the weekend. And it was great.
Colour, costumes, dancing, prancing and all-around gaiety at Fierté Montréal Pride's climactic crawl along René-Levesque Blvd.
The DJs, rappers, singers, fans, crowds & stages at Evenko's inaugural dance music festival.
The dance music festival at Parc Jean-Drapeau brought out some eye-catching outfits, costumes, uniforms and super-accessorized party people.
by DARCY MACDONALD
Metal & hip hop collided last Sunday at Heavy Montreal & Under Pressure. Here's a feature report from the field, feat. Body Count, GrimSkunk, Fucked Up, Afrika Bambaataa & more.
In small eateries, parks and even alleys, local chefs will be serving up fine food across town this Sunday. Here's what you need to know about Restaurant Day 2014.
by CRYSTAL CHAN
18 years in the making and this is the best a major studio and all-star cast (and the Dude!) could do?
by ROXANE HUDON
And a vacation. And good food. And fine wine. That's the power of cinema.
Modernizing taxi navigation and payment is one thing, but do we really need uniform cars? PLUS Fear of a gaming industry exodus and more in our news round-up.
by LORRAINE CARPENTER
We spoke to Alvvays singer Molly Rankin about her Can-con roots and the reality of band life today.
by JOHNSON CUMMINS
Hungover reflections on a night of sublime, pounding d-beat punk, post-punk and drone (and too much Laurentide) PLUS can't-miss shows in the coming week.
by ALEX ROSE
Genre film fans suffering from Fantasia withdrawal are in luck.
by ERIK LEIJON
The build-your-own / buck-a-topping concept hits the pizzeria scene.
by PETER WHEELAND
We peeled one of these stickers off a cop station at 2 a.m. to see whether the city's my$tery expenditure for the sticker-removal job is worth it. Well, guess what?
by LISA SPROULL
Impac Taco in Petite-Patrie is the real deal.
See the bboys and bgirls of Under Pressure 2014.
The 2014 edition of Under Pressure has made its mark on the city. See some of the art left behind, right here.
Fierté Montréal Pride begins today and ends with the annual parade on Sunday. Read about the festival's week of programming, from the cultural events to the mega parties.
* Boyhood & Slums at Cinéma du Parc
* Future Islands & Operators play Metropolis
* Extreme labour doc Workingman’s Death screens at Place de la Paix
* Florida’s Set and Setting play with Atsuko Chiba and Christ (!) at Casa
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