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The Faces of Osheaga 2014

By On August 4, 2014

In the age of the Internet, it’s refreshing to see massive groups of strangers come together for the sake of art and music. While there were no shortages of instagram photos or… Read More


Find Out How This Montrealer is Changing Tattoo Culture for the Better

By On June 23, 2014

At Bodkin Tattoo, the main word is “old-school.” From the moment you enter the Mile-End shop, you’ll notice copious amounts of antique and vintage décor, ranging from Victorian sofas to photographs. Its… Read More

Best of Montreal

The Genius Behind 4 MTL Hot Spots Shares His Secrets and Buys a Round

By On June 19, 2014

Maïs, Le Mal Necessaire, Datcha, and Café Sardine – four extremely disparate spots, linked only by their glaring hipness and their 29-year-old owner, David Schmidt.… Read More


Julien Smith’s App, Breather, Transforms Business Travel

By On May 26, 2014

Julien Smith travels a lot, as New York Times best sellers tend to do.… Read More


Montreal’s Favorite Malaysian is Back and Wants to Cook for You

By On May 22, 2014

Nantha Kumar, Montreal's wayward Malaysian chef, is back after a long absence and cooking up a storm.… Read More


Locally-made Raw Taste Jewelry is Beautiful

By On May 22, 2014

Outremont-based designer Sasha Cherovsky’s handmade jewellery label, Raw Taste, has released its new line. The pieces are both edgy and elegant; frightening and alluring.  Sasha, a born-and-raised Montrealer, handcrafts each item sustainably and ethically, using… Read More


As Local As it Gets: Alvéole Brings Beekeeping Back Home

By On May 19, 2014

Last weekend we got a chance to talk to a local urban beekeeping group, headquartered in the Plateau, which collaborates with Montrealers to cultivate organic honey.… Read More

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Return of the Malaysian Unicorn, Nantha Kumar

By On May 10, 2014

Enough with the Mother’s Day brunch! For everyone out there with a hip mom, the perfect way to spend Mother’s Day is to bring her to Nouveau Palais on 281 rue Bernard Ouest, from 6… Read More


Interview – The Lady on Fire: Vilify on Igloofest, Touring, And The State of Dubstep

By On February 5, 2014

After being hit with a bone-chilling cold spell at Igloofest a week earlier, the mercury rose just in time for Vilify, MiM0SA and Foreign Beggars to take the stage for the festival’s… Read More


The Tastemakers: Na’eem Adam

By On January 28, 2014

Stepping into the dimly lit Café Social on Montreal’s Saint-Viateur Boulevard on a cold winter morning, six-foot-three entrepreneur and social media magnate Na’eem Adam shook my hand and humbly apologized for being… Read More