The Bulletin: Downsizing the Gazette to death, Nuit Blanche festivities, a mini-casino in the Bell Centre, and more [Issue #13]
The Bulletin: Rooftop ice rinks, why the metro is so hot, and what to do about people skipping STM fares [Issue #12]
The Bulletin: A robot dog roams the metro, a top Montreal restaurant that doesn’t exist, and what will it take to make Black chefs essential? [Issue #11]
The Bulletin: Mafia patrons shut down a local brasserie, a Mile End landmark retrofit, a research school beach party, Montreal’s new Holocaust museum, and other oddities [Issue #10]
The Bulletin: Inside the city’s casse-croûte kingdom, ‘accidentally’ working for Montreal’s Mafia, what Toronto can learn from our nightlife scene, and more [Issue #9]
Maybe we’re just hungry for more Montreal, but this edition of The Main’s Montreal Bulletin—a collection of what has happened, what’s happening, and what’s to come in and around Montreal—starts out on an edible note in more ways than one.
The Bulletin: Montreal seeing annual exoduses, how farms survive in the winter, the REM buckles under the ice, and heritage buildings being sold off for $10 million [Issue #8]
As Montreal continues to get snow dumped, we’re looking at how chilly things are getting in the city with this edition of The Bulletin, a collection of recent news, what’s happening around town, and what’s to come in Montreal and beyond.
The Bulletin: Sneakers inspired by bagels, a house with its own casse-croûte, cheap SAQ wines are disappearing, and a look at Montreal in the 1930s [Issue #7]
With stories of freshly-baked drip, civil disobedience and more, The Main’s Montreal Bulletin returns for another collection of what has happened, what’s happening, and what’s to come in and around Montreal.
Where to Eat in 2023: 6 Montreal Restaurants to Start the New Year
With more openings bound to come in 2023, we're highlighting six local spots that should be on your go-to list before the new batch of restaurants open their doors.
The Bulletin: Montreal’s dumbest crimes of 2022, Outremont has its own Batman, an entirely local dépanneur, and winter biking isn’t so weird anymore [Issue #6]
This week’s edition is ringing in the new year with lots of vernissages at local galleries, comedy, underground improv shows, and tons of oddities like fruit trees growing out of thousands of Quebecers’ homes in the middle of winter.
The Bulletin: Do SAQ employees actually know anything about wine? Bagels in South Korea? Can Montreal reduce its construction sites? [Issue #5]
The Bulletin: This week's top stories and the best events happening in Montreal this weekend [Issue #4]
The Bulletin: Montreal bagels from Ottawa, construction’s killing business, and the city’s history with streetcars [Issue #3]
The Montreal Bulletin, The Main’s weekly collection of what’s happening, what you might have missed, and what’s to come in Montreal, returns for another week.
Montreal Tastemakers: Q&A with author Toula Drimonis
As the annual Salon du livre de Montréal kicks off this week, we recently sat down with Montreal author Toula Drimonis about her new book entitled We, The Others.