Gender B(l)ender Provides a Judgement-Free Stage
Last month’s Gender B(l)ender went off without a hitch! Here’s a little bit of insight on what this event is all about.
Exposé Noir comes to Montreal.
The air is electric as multi-colored light beams and strobes illuminate close to 700 people of various ages and backgrounds, shuffling and gyrating to breakbeat and mind-bending techno.
Protesters Call for Higher Inclusion of Black and Trans Rights at Pride
Employees of Pride Montreal then broke the circle of protesters and took away Rose’s megaphone. People in the crowd shouted at them to “shut up during the moment of silence” and others even pushed them.
The Release of a New Album and an Ongoing Global Tour
Seasoned DJ Matthias Paul, otherwise known as Paul Van Dyk, talks about his career as a DJ and a little about his upcoming album
QS Wants to Make its Program More Accessible to Anglophones
QS’s Members of the National Assembly spoke on sovereignty and making their program more accessible to English speaking Quebecers to an audience of about 75 in St. Henri.
Cedar-Eve Peters Lives the Self-Supporting Dream
Montreal based artist Cedar-Eve Peters is a regular at the weekly Concordia Farmers’ Markets.
Ignorance isn’t normal. We need to stop passing hateful comments off as casual statements.
American Professor Marlon M. Bailey Gives a Reminder to Humanize
On Thursday evening, all eyes were on Marlon M. Bailey as he put on a performance narrating the lives of five queer Black people suffering from HIV/AIDS based off his previous research.