A Curated Selection of Verse, From Us to You
A selection of poems from students in Montreal.
How Social Media Breaks the Industry It Makes: a Tale From the Montreal Art Tattoo Show
While social media has continued to make people increasingly at ease with tattoos by virtually inviting them into shops, it has also made it easier for people to steal artists’ work.
An Independent Music Festival in Montreal’s Old Port
Ribbons decorate nearly every surface; lights in hues of blue, red and green are scattered across the ground and bouncing from tree to tree. If you didn’t know any better, you’d think you were in a real forest.
First Prize for World Press Photo Competition Focuses on Refugee Crisis, Exhibited in Montreal
On the border of Serbia and Hungary one August night last year, a Syrian man passed a baby underneath a barbed wire fence as they journeyed to find refuge in Europe.
An Introduction to and Exploration of Local Poetry
Walking down St. Laurent St. and Roy St., one may come across Leah Benetti, a local street poet. She earns her living with her typewriter, writing short poems for curious passersby on a pay-what-you-can basis.
Montreal’s Fashion Scene Declines Steadily as Young Designers Pack Up and Leave
Kristina Spino, a concept designer at Dynamite Group who’s been involved in Montreal’s fashion industry for over a decade, says the influx of foreign giants like Zara and H&M have led to the demise of small retailers.
Sideshow-Style Cabaret Show in Montreal Guarantees You’ll Be Wriggling in your Seat
On August 5, The Wiggle Room bar will be hosting a performance that is just downright weird. It’s called Cabaret Abnormal.
Melanie Martinez, St. Lucia, and How I Didn’t See Radiohead
I found myself stressed out in a sea of people who were too fucked up having the time of their lives.
Trio Released First EP Last Year, Working on Full-Length Album
It has been a wild year for the group as they released their first EP—titled _Caveboy_—last October and performed at Montreal’s annual summer music festival, Osheaga, this past weekend.
Big Surprise—It Wasn’t That Bad
Donning their most brightly coloured outfits and their posiest of vibes, 40,000 people showed up en masse to the legendary party that graces the grounds of Parc Jean Drapeau.