2012 Nuit Blanche Festival, Montreal

This Saturday, February 25, marks the thirteenth-annual celebration of Nuit Blanche, the contemporary arts festival that runs from 6PM to 6AM, with 170 art activities and installations showcasing Montreal’s storytellers, visual artists, comedians and exhibitionists. Corresponding with the finale of Festival Montreal en Lumière, this evening is always one of the … Read More

2012 PuSh International Performing Arts Festival, Vancouver

During late January and into the month of February, Vancouver’s PuSh International Performing Arts Festival tasks creative Canadian and international artists to push (hence the name) boundaries, engage audiences and expand horizons. There are far too many shows to attend all, but here are a few suggestions that will have … Read More

2011 Whistler Cornucopia Festival

Another year of wine tastings, seminars and late-night debauchery has passed as this 2011 Whistler Cornucopia (Nov. 10 – 14) has come to an end. Thousands of the annual festival’s attendees sipped, slurped and gulped down hundreds of wines and dozens of cocktails, and sampled their way around Whistler’s top … Read More

Countylicious, Fall 2012

A decade ago, Prince Edward County was well off the radar of Toronto foodies. A two-hour drive east of the GTA, the county was better known for the family-friendly Sandbanks Provincial Park than as a locale for wine and culinary delights. No more, as the rapid establishment of a now … Read More

The Insider’s Guide to Pop Montreal

Pop Montreal spans five days, but it’s a year-round job for creative director Dan Seligman, who spends months in listening sessions before curating the always-intriguing lineup. With the fest kicking off on Wednesday, we asked Seligman for his can’t-miss shows for the weekend. Mother Gang “These local female rappers sing … Read More

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