Halloween is at a weird time this year, and suddenly, you have 4 costume parties to go to this weekend. Here’s what to do when really you don’t want to do anything.
Articles by: Caitlin
Because sometimes being a c*^! is more fun.
What would you do if you suddenly found yourself in a committed relationship with someone who worked in porn? Tonight (October 3rd), Drawn & Quarterly is hosting a book launch for local author Emily Southwood. She – maybe like you – considered herself to be pretty easy-going and confident, at least […]
This is it, bitch. Tonight is the night that 5 seasons of what many consider to be television’s greatest drama (uh – hello – did we all forget about Seventh Heaven?) come to a grisly, electric, hellish, and – god willing, yo – satisfying conclusion. To help you get pumped […]
It’s here! 5 days, 45 venues, more than 400 bands– as our man Magnitude was fond of saving, “Pop! Pop!” Sure, POP Montreal is mainly about the music (check out our preview here, and our film guide here), but there’s so much non-music stuff going on this week/end.
Sex, criminals, superheroes and surgeons– the cast for this fall’s TV lineup. Hey, if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it, I guess. Or rather, if it’s still making you millions and millions of dollars, don’t fix it.
It’s that time of year again– fun fall fashions, new fall laughs. But you’re busy, discerning people who don’t have time for racist, unfunny shows. (Cough cough, Dads.) To help you, here’s The Main’s take on what’s worth it, and what’s just worthless, with The New Fall Comedies Most Likely To… […]
Nobody told me we could ban things just because they’re “characterized by vulgar or pretentious display; designed to impress or attract notice”. But this week, we learned that the things that make us uncomfortable, that counter the narrow ways we prefer others live their lives and present themselves to the […]
Being an uber-cool Montrealite can be hazardous to your health. The food, the music, the transportation, the duds– all potential deathtraps.