The good, weird, bad and ugly things that happened in our city this year.
* Montreal ToyCon
* Epic Used Book Sale
* Peter Watkins movie screenings
* The Interrupters with Skinny Lister and Sharp Shock
The Montreal comic launches a DVD/stream of his famous bilingual shows and riffs on the comedy scene in Paris.
The city has spoken.
“Thank you Montréal for all the LOV! We are super happy to be nominated in this hot list!”—Stephanie Audet, chef at LOV, #4 Best New Restaurant, #4 Best Vegetarian, #3 Best Instagram Spot We’re happy to see that our readers pay attention to reviews by our food editor J.P. Karwacki as all your Best New […]
Jeans Jeans Jeans, #3 Best Clothing Store (New) A number of you seem to get your lolz by voting for Pharmaprix as Best Drug Paraphernalia Store, though maybe you know something we don’t about administering mind-altering substances or making bathtub crank. In the Internet Service Provider category, we’re not surprised to see Bell at #4, […]
“A big massive heartfelt Stikki hug and thank you to the amazing people of the city I love, while doing what I love! It’s always touching and humbling to know you continue to enjoy my work. You motivate me every day. Montreal je vous adore!”—Stikki Peaches, #2 Best Graffiti Crew/Artist (work pictured is “Freedom Frida”) […]
“Can I quote Han Solo? There aren’t enough scoundrels in your life.”—Leif Vollebekk, #2 Best Solo Act Arcade Fire’s grip on Best Band continues, while Lakes of Canada’s campaign for Most Pretentious Act only helped them retain their #2 spot in that category but also rocketed them to #3 Best Band. Kaytranada and Patrick Watson […]
“I am so honoured to appear in the Best of MTL poll for the past few years in a row! I’m so grateful and lucky to have my art be appreciated by my lovely home city. Thank you all so much. Bisous.”—Lavender May, #5 Hottest Montrealer, #1 Best Burlesque Performer Consolidating the Hottest Man and […]
Listen to the best tunes made in Montreal this year.