Stephanie La Leggia
Nada Surf Singer Talks Philosophy, Psychology, Planets
Their seventh LP has a more positive vibe than their previous records, an outlook that lead singer and guitarist Matthew Caws has been trying to keep constant.
The Violent and the Sustainable
In the hopes of showcasing early spring trends, local socialites and fashionistas peeped out into the cold and endured the icy cobblestones to reunite for Montreal’s 22nd semiannual Fashion Week.
Montreal Mixed Martial Arts Gym Brings in Stars, Students
Philip Gelinas may be more than twice the age of some of his students, but the 59-year-old mixed martial arts practitioner is gaining respect, and lots of business within the Montreal MMA community.
Conference Series Looks at Video Games & Japanese Comics
A cross-section of media artists will be coming to Concordia starting Saturday, Feb. 4, to unpack the meanings and models of Japanese animation and gaming.
Whether it’s mineral, flavoured, sparkling or simply flat, buying bottled water has become a habit for the young.
Liz Marshall’s documentary Water on the Table, featuring Maude Barlow, demands an answer to the question of whether water is a commodity or a right.
Once again the moment has come when women line up in heels on the white marble steps of Place Bonsecours, waiting for a sneak peak of the upcoming fashion trends.
But it’s not all about the trends.
Local Band Golden Isles Release New Album
With the universe as a meter and these six friends as our rhythmic sense of understanding, we as listeners are invited to be part of local band the Golden Isles’ journey towards a “one and eternal sound.”