I’m a massive sucker for pink lemonade, especially on days like today, when the weather is finally warm again, and that long, hot shift at work is over. Nothing satisfies more than this easy, and rather alcoholic recipe.
Let me start off by explaining I’m not writing about quality food here. I’m writing about the most entertaining, ridiculous, over-the-top buffets our fine city has to offer.
Pouzza Fest is an annual Montreal punk festival that brings together the badass, head banging, moshing community of anarchists, who are ever-so-comfortable in their skin.
I met this super adorable and original chick a few weeks ago while strolling around downtown. It turns out her and six of her friends run a blog, which focuses on Japanese underground fashion. The amazing number of sub-cultures in this city never ceases to amaze me.
Here’s our newest list of concerts, bar events, and other places you should check out this week!
There once was a time when emo was cool. Hear me out, ok? None of this gel-haired, wristband wearing, whiny baby bullshit that was ushered in the early 2000s, just some normal ass lookin’ sad dudes singing swan songs of mid-west complacency.
Over the past few years, the genre of folk music has skyrocketed in popularity, due mainly to bands like Mumford and Sons, with their upbeat, foot tapping, banjo-strumming odes to love, Jesus, and togetherness.
In this episode of The Main Eats Out, we visited Jean François Pigeon from Restaurant Wellington in Verdun. He showed us how to cook a mean blood pudding.
If April showers bring May flowers, then this year’s miserly, Post March slushfucking brings a special breed of botanical super-karma. That being said, after months of suffering, spring is finally here! For most of us, school just wrapped up, creating the sensation that what we’re experiencing right now is summer. [...]