by Food Team
Lobster, rabbit, pulled pork, donuts, apple and seal—yes, maybe even baby seal—are among the ingredients added to Quebec's signature dish by restaurants participating in Poutine Week this year. Read our reviews here.
by ERIK LEIJON
More nips, leather faces and performances that ranged from enjoyable to shit at last night's Super Bowl + the TV reunion that fell flat & a music legend's surprising turn in an all-American car ad.
by LORRAINE CARPENTER
New tracks and videos by Montreal bands, producers, singers & directors.
Poutine Week runs Feb. 1 to 7. Here's all you need to know.
by KAYLA MARIE HILLIER
We speak to Scott Clyke about the GOODS Black Cinema Series.
Between the site expansion and the talent on the decks, there's a lot to see, hear and feel at this year's edition of Igloofest. Check out a gallery of photos from last night, shot by Cindy Lopez.
We speak to Thoroughbread Pictures’ Fraser Munden about their latest award-winning short The Chaperone 3D.
by JOHNSON CUMMINS
Where to go for your fix of twang & croon, drone & doom, panoramic post-rock, stoner sounds, instru-metal and garage punk over the next six days.
We speak to experimental documentary filmmaker Godfrey Reggio about his latest film Visitors and his relationship with Philip Glass and the PHI Centre.
by EMILY RAINE
Hyped as the best comics artist of his generation, TO artist Michael DeForge comes to Montreal to launch his new book Ant Colony.
Clément Marty launched an Indiegogo campaign to fund a café that's at once a refuge for felines and a haven for irresponsible animal lovers.
by ALEX ROSE
Premiering tonight on Bravo is the English-language version of Quebec TV series 19-2. Here’s what to expect.
Listen to a new song by the Montreal-based Acadian hip hop duo & see details about the LP, tour & high-profile TV appearance to come.
Here are some highlights from last night’s IGDA DemoNight.
by PETER WHEELAND
When it comes to Quebec-related queries, the search giant's autocomplete function is telling.
Station 16's new show, curated by Omen, resuscitates the memento mori to remind you that life is short.
A postmortem on the parade of hacks you may have seen on your TV screen last night.
by OLIVIER LALANDE
On While the Engines Burn, the local country balladeer sings about the industrial revolution in 19th century Canada, addressing the concessions that humanity makes in the face of progress and money.
* See Ari Folman’s new film The Congress on the big screen
* It’s Burger Week!
* Piknic Électronik Labour Day edition
* The Segal’s stage production of The Graduate
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