As whining about the Tour de L’Île piled up on social media, magic unfolded elsewhere in these city streets.
From the people behind a popular St-Henri underground venue comes the totally legit Diving Bell Social Club.
The third edition of the festival livens up the scene with local and touring bands this week.
We spoke to nightlife impresario Zach Macklovitch about his candidacy in Montreal’s upcoming municipal election.
We spoke to one of the founders of Dirty Dogs about their new restaurant.
Jerk chicken, roti, rice and beans and a whole lot of scotch bonnet sauce were consumed at this Plateau restaurant.
The Vision Zero plan consists largely of previously announced (but not enacted) measures, and little funding or concrete action.
* Flavours of Monkland street fest
* Barbecue Bonanza in the Old Port
* Street art guided tour in the Plateau
* Day Play party at Never Apart
* Bikes vs. Cars documentary outdoor screening
* Crosss, Perverted Justice and Channels play Brasserie Beaubien
We checked out some local bars that most Montrealers have never seen the inside of. Some of them are great finds. Others, not so much.
Enter Cabane à sucre, a private Plateau gallery featuring work by some of Montreal’s finest muralists and graf artists. Photos by Lisa Sproull.