"Creatives dictate this city": Inside 20 years of the Montreal designer fair SOUK
The roaming showcase of Montreal designers' work—both recognized and not—and the exceptional modern lifestyle objects they create for the everyday.
Design according to life in Montreal: The work of MRDK
For Guillaume Ménard and David Dworkind and their Montreal studio MRDK, they're making the city's streets come alive through design.
Montreal’s bike messengers and couriers hauling cargo through four seasons of traffic
On messengers and couriers, niche punk cultures, and rider-run & bicycle-powered cooperatives bucking trends in late-stage capitalism.
On sonic speakeasies, listening cafés, and vinyl bars in Montreal
Sound, silence, and experience: Listening in on conversations with the audiophiles driving Montreal's sonic spaces.
Cinematic rave experiments and musings at Cinéma L’Amour
An incredible, boundary-pushing event at Montreal's oldest porno theatre.
Keeping Día de Muertos traditions alive in Montreal
How Montrealers are celebrating a festival honouring the departed with colour, music, and food.
Reimagining the Future of Montreal's Chinatown
As Chinatowns across North America continue to face challenges related to expropriation, gentrification, crime and aging populations, a local organization has come together to present a forum for open discussion and discovery.
The Best of Montreal's July Festivals
This curated list of Montreal's top summer festivals of 2023 is your guide to the cream of the crop.
Montreal's Indie Cinemas Need Your Support
Independent theatres have been part of Montreal's cultural landscape since the beginning of the 20th century, but is their future secure? One initiative is trying to ensure they don't go anywhere.
Gong Gong Gong Touches Down in Montreal
Gong Gong Gong's "phantom rhythm” is a sound that emerged as the name of the band’s critically acclaimed debut. The duo will be performing in Montreal for the first time—here's the full scoop.
Major New Jazz Event to hit the Lachine Canal this May
Corridor Culturel presents "Les Machines": a musical event celebrating the modern heritage of jazz in Montreal on the Lachine Canal.