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MUTEK INTERVIEW: PLASTIKMAN, AKA RICHIE HAWTIN

Canadian techno legend Richie Hawtin has been announced as one of the headliners of Mutek, Montreal’s international festival of digital creativity and electronic music whose 12th edition takes place from June 1 through 5…

LESBIAN MONTREAL: MAY

Oh those May flowers! Lesbian Montreal has got the baddest to the freshest to the rocking-rollingest this month, as showers clear and winds get balmier…

TOP 10 MONTREAL RESTAURANTS FOR WATCHING THE HOCKEY GAME

Hockey is more than just a sport of fighting goons, a fast puck and guys skating with a stick. Hockey is a culture, a lover and a religion to Montreal Canadiens fans. We talk hockey, we breathe hockey and we eat hockey…

OSHEAGA, MUTEK AND FRANCOFOLIES ANNOUNCE LINEUPS

Montreal is famously a festival city. Especially in the summer, when the city explodes all over parks and other outdoor music venues for big name events like Mutek, Francofolies and Osheaga. We can hardly stand the anticipation, especially with these new lineup announcements…

LESBIAN MONTREAL: APRIL

Spring is in the air, and the city’s April warming trend indicates zero percent chance of boredom with a high of dancing in a t-shirt weather! So dust off those backpacks and get excited about the parties, local dances and fun for gay girls to come…

MONTREAL IN THE MOVIES

One of the reasons movie studios like to shoot here is that Montreal can be all things to all people. It can double as anywhere in the world, including Ancient Sparta, as in Zack Snyder’s 300, or a resplendent version of itself, as in Montrealer Deborah Chow’s first feature, The High Cost of Living, starring Scrubs star Zach Braff. Recently, Montreal Buzz spoke to both Zach and Zack about their experiences shooting in Montreal…

GAYDREAMING AT HOLT’S CAFÉ

Holt’s Café, located in the upscale shopping mecca Holt Renfrew, is a chic urban bistro that caters to fashionistas, foodies and the fabulous. Simple and stylish, is this place a gay man’s dream?

MONTREAL’S QUEEREST FOODS

Montreal may have some of the best cuisine on the planet, but it’s also pretty clear that Montreal chefs aren’t afraid of getting weird or, dare I say, a little queer in the kitchen. Chuck Hughes’ lobster poutine and a bacon-stuffed brownie are just the tip of the Queerberg…

MONTREAL’S BEST LATE NIGHT EATS

While Montreal is certainly a party city, anyone who ever sweats on a dance floor or pounds back a degustation of our finest microbrews knows that the night isn’t over until bread is broken. Luckily, this city is full of places to fill the void, and there’s no reason the sun should come up on your empty belly…