Mado and former Fringe Festival head Jeremy Hechtman reminisce about the origins of a beloved June tradition.
The most intriguing, eye-catching works at the MAC for Montreal’s art-scene-dominating event, la Biennale.
The fact that we all know about Big Ears Teddy is symptomatic of a culturally sanctioned pornography of violence.
Quebec’s adopting an austerity budget and we’re paying for the Grand Prix, and will continue to do so for a decade, at least. So we went down to Crescent Street to see what we’ve bought.
The annual crosstown bike marathon, which happened last weekend, is meant to promote cycling in the city. It actually does the opposite.
The widely seen video has been presented as evidence of francophones’ hatred of English-speakers. But it actually exposes a much more real, serious problem with our province.