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The Bulletin: When you're lucky enough to be Irish in Montreal [Issue #68]
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The Bulletin: When you're lucky enough to be Irish in Montreal [Issue #68]

The Bulletin is a collection of what's happened, what’s happening, and what’s to come in and around Montreal.

Lost Claws: One of Montreal's most fun-loving graffiti artists
J.P. Karwacki

Lost Claws: One of Montreal's most fun-loving graffiti artists

Up on the rooftops of the Plateau, down in the bowels of crumbling industry, and jokes everywhere between: This is the playful, ephemeral oeuvre of Lost Claws.

Long live Snowdon Deli: A photo essay tribute with Montreal's Craving Curator
Scott Usheroff

Long live Snowdon Deli: A photo essay tribute with Montreal's Craving Curator

Montreal's Craving Curator, Scott Usheroff, on why Snowdon Deli stands out as a true Montreal institution and beacon of tradition, community, and delicious food.

The Bulletin: What's Montreal without one of its biggest festivals? [Issue #67]
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The Bulletin: What's Montreal without one of its biggest festivals? [Issue #67]

The Bulletin is a collection of what's happened, what’s happening, and what’s to come in and around Montreal.

The apartment hunting game’s changed—here’s how to find a quality home in Montreal
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The apartment hunting game’s changed—here’s how to find a quality home in Montreal

Craigslist ads, trawling streets for À LOUER signs, and now a sea of online listings—how's someone supposed to find a place to lay their head these days?

The Bulletin: What to do during a night that never ends [Issue #66]
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The Bulletin: What to do during a night that never ends [Issue #66]

The Bulletin is a collection of what's happened, what’s happening, and what’s to come in and around Montreal.

Talking queer food—and where to find it in Montreal
Ivy Lerner-Frank

Talking queer food—and where to find it in Montreal

Montreal's a queer-friendly city. How does that influence its hospitality industry and the safe spaces of its restaurants, cafés and bars?

La Marelle: Don’t even think of boxing this Mile-Ex restaurant in
J.P. Karwacki

La Marelle: Don’t even think of boxing this Mile-Ex restaurant in

With its chef's El Salvadorean roots and Eurocentric tutelage, as many fine wines as there are cold pints of 50, and versatile vibes, La Marelle is a sense of play incarnate.

The Bulletin: Renting in the city will never be the same again [Issue #65]
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The Bulletin: Renting in the city will never be the same again [Issue #65]

The Bulletin is a collection of what's happened, what’s happening, and what’s to come in and around Montreal.

Locals changing the self-care game in Montreal
J.P. Karwacki

Locals changing the self-care game in Montreal

"New year, new you" mentalities can begin at any time—and these Montreal-based self-care creators can prove it with the work they're passionate about.

The Bulletin: How thirsty can a city get for a Taylor Swift tour stop? 💅 [Issue #64]
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The Bulletin: How thirsty can a city get for a Taylor Swift tour stop? 💅 [Issue #64]

The Bulletin is a collection of what's happened, what’s happening, and what’s to come in and around Montreal.

The Bulletin: Montreal's Year of the Dragon 🐉 [Issue #63]
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The Bulletin: Montreal's Year of the Dragon 🐉 [Issue #63]

The Bulletin is a collection of what's happened, what’s happening, and what’s to come in and around Montreal.

Little Maghreb: The faces and places of Montreal's diasporic North African neighbourhood
Rachel Cheng

Little Maghreb: The faces and places of Montreal's diasporic North African neighbourhood

Located at the end of the Blue Line, Montreal's Little Maghreb of Villeray-Saint-Michel-Parc-Extension is rich with diasporic Arab and Amazigh communities.

The Bulletin: A match made in Montreal [Issue #62]
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The Bulletin: A match made in Montreal [Issue #62]

The Bulletin is a collection of what's happened, what’s happening, and what’s to come in and around Montreal.

Jun Jun: The hi-fi restaurant modernizing Filipino cuisine in Griffintown
J.P. Karwacki

Jun Jun: The hi-fi restaurant modernizing Filipino cuisine in Griffintown

Montreal's first modern Filipino restaurant brings together a supergroup of the community to create a new generational take on their cuisine and culture.