Each month THE MONTRÉAL BUZZ features a selection of gay or gay-friendly things to do or see around the city. Recommendations range from parties to bistros to festivals to boutiques to cultural events. Here are our suggestions for the month of December.
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Get cultured. Get hungry. Get festive. Get your drink on. Whatever you do, get yourself to Montreal this weekend. Here are ten superb things to do while your here.
If a picture is worth a thousand words, then you’ve a whole delightful Montreal story ahead of you. We’ve scoured Flickr for some of the best shots of the city, wanting to highlight the various seasons, architecture and landscapes. Thanks to all the Flickr users who were willing to share their work with us! Enjoy! PS: If you’ve got a stunning Montreal image that you think should be included, leave a comment with the link to your photograph. We might just want to do a second round…
Voices of Hope is a World AIDS Day Benefit Concert to raise funds for La Maison du Parc, will be held on December 4th at 7:00 p.m. at The Chruch of St. Andrew and St. Paul in Montreal. Kent Nagano will be conducting L’association des musiciens de l’OSM with the Choir from the Church of St. Andrew and St. Paul.
Michel Rabagliati is a graphic novelist born and based in Montreal. He has written several semi-autobiographical comic books featuring the life and times of a fellow named Paul. In 1999, his first publication, Paul in the Country, earned him a Harvey Award for Best New Talent. We feel this is pretty darn neat. And we think you should meet Michel.
Founded in Montreal in 2004, Plain Jane Homme is a men’s clothing collection. Miss Jane designs timeless pieces that are perfect for the jet-setting, hip man. The collection provides accessible dandyism for the athletic type, and low-maintenance classiness for the computer geek. With clean lines and timeless fabrics, such as these, there’s no excuse for not looking sharp. We chatted with Plain Jane Homme about the collection, the guys who wear the clothes and where in Montreal you should rock your duds!
This weekend in Montreal is all about the parties. Well, parties and hockey. But I guess hockey could be considered a party. It does have beer and music. Anyway, you get the point. Here are ten (plus) fun things to do this weekend in Montreal.
Le Centre Sheraton is a hotel in the heart of the Montreal action. Located on the cusp of where the business borough meets the shopping district, the hotel offers up a warm welcome with its many stellar services.
Yoga has become a regular part of many people’s physical and mental health regimes. And just because you’re on the road visiting Montreal, doesn’t mean that you have to sacrifice the yoga practice that you’ve diligently been developing. In fact, trying a new studio while I’m visiting a different city is one of my favorite travel activities. It counterbalances the often stressfulness of travel, while providing perfect opportunities for post-class conversations with locals. If you want to maintain the depth of your downward dog, or just need to chill-out during a busy business convention, here are eight studios in Montreal where we recommend gettin’ your yoga-on.
Indie concerts and cupcakes and documentary films and parties… oh my! Here are ten stellar things you can do this weekend in Montreal.