Community radio is so important. It’s where a lot of us discover our inner DJ, where we can tune in and listen to local artists, find out what’s going around Montreal’s indie scene and keep up to date with local comedy! That’s why you need to support CKUT 90.3 FM Continue reading
Force Majeure (original title: Turist) is a Swedish drama written and directed by Ruben Östlund. The film revolves around a cliché looking family, going on a cliché looking vacation in the Alps. Early in the film, the father is seen cowardly leaving his family behind, while narrowly escaping a controlled avalanche. Fortunately, not a single person was injured. Unfortunately, the mother is more shaken by his coward act than anything else. Continue reading
FNC ends on oct. 19!
So it’s your last chance to catch
some original and quality cinema.
Tickets are only 9$ if you’re a student!
(Reg: 13$) Continue reading
YXIMALLOO is a slow paced, observational styled, documentary by Tadhg O’Sullivan and Feargal Ward about the humble reality of a Japanese musician, Naofumi Yximalloo Ishimaru, an obscure cult musician in his late ’50s.
Tokyo Tribe, directed by Shion Sono, is an action packed rap-musical based on the manga Tokyo Tribe2 by Santa Inoue. The film revolves around a bunch of differently themed Tokyo gangs battling each other. There are a lot of pop culture references, e.g. Biggie Smalls and Snoop Dogg, which is quite humorous to us westerners. This is based on a manga, so expect some really over the top cartoon style logic and sequences. Continue reading
“The only thing stopping you from reaching your goals is that voice in your head telling you don’t do it– JUST DO IT!” – Julius Wilson
So when you think of family you think of trust, love, fun etc. But when there’s that one relative who is on yourspouses side, who you just can’t stand or doesn’t get along with your thinking. How am I going to get through this event or family gathering? Well I got your answers right here.
As you Torontonians know, Summer is over and we’re now entering the Fall season. For some of you, this is an exciting time, and for others… well… not so much. I’m still not entirely sure about how this makes me feel, but as a Canadian you learn to cope. I guess pumpkin spiced everything and the crunch of fallen leaves aren’t so bad. The weather has been a little bi-polar lately, hence why this particular post is coming to you a little later than I desired. You can imagine how overjoyed I was to wake up last Saturday morning and see the sun peaking through the clouds. I decided that it was an opportune time to finally take a trip down to Kensington Market, and do a little shopping. What better way to spend my Saturday afternoon?
“It’s a merger of two atmospheres; an eclectic local bar and a family restaurant, with the emphasis on food value and fun for all” — Simon Hanlon (owner of McSorley’s Saloon)
Should you ever find yourself in the midst of Bayview in search of a cold and tasty brew–or even some pub grub, I suggest you take a trip over to this neighborhoods communally shared favorite hotspot; McSorley’s! I happen to live about two minutes away from this gem and have been visiting here periodically for well over a couple years… I remember having one of my first legal drinks there and it being one of the greatest moments of my life. Continue reading
Sometimes I just get the urge. Everybody does. Here’s a blurb on what I think men are looking for. Continue reading
I got to attend the Canadian premiere of “Da Sweet Blood of Jesus” last Wednesday as part of the 10th annual Montreal International Black Film Festival (MIBFF). The event was held at the Imperial Cinema which was super dope. I’d never been there before. It’s a pretty fancy place to watch a movie in, gotta say. Continue reading
“My love of timeless elegant things started when I was a child. My parents brought the first Hermes store to Toronto and ran it for 15 years. I grew up with Hermes, so to speak, and absorbed its style, colour and line. I have spent much time in Europe and have watched elegant men and women, dressed in linen, walking the cobbled streets of France and Italy, looking so chic. The more worn linen looks, the better it looks. I want to introduce the comfort and confidence of this image to North Americans.” – Whitney Westwood