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Amherst Antiques :: Modern Dreaming

If you’re anything like me, words such as ‘teak’ or ‘modern’ or ‘Mid-Century Scandinavian Design’ can evoke an aesthetic erection.

Tour busT ::: Come to Montréal, See the World

A reliable (if not tedious) way to see a city is to get on a bus and take a guided tour. You’ll cover tons of ground, but might end up falling asleep along the way. Tour busT, on the other hand, is everything but tedious. Check out this highly original mixture of road trip and theater in its world premiere…

Tiga’s Coming…

Montréal born DJ/Producer Tiga is bringing his beats home on Saturday June 6th. Come get yer sexy on…

“People Watching”

Tomorrow is May 28th. It’s a special day, especially if you like people watching as much as I do. Find out why…

Cheap & Classy ::: 5 Free Things to do in Montréal

The newspaper headlines warn us each day of economic calamity. But even in tough times, we still need a bit of exploration to satiate our wanderlust. Besides, a true recessionista knows that a little ‘economical crisis’ shouldn’t stand in the way of adventure! Travel does not have to break the bank. Here’s how to keep it cheap, yet classy on your trip to Montréal…

Gay Volleyball: Can you dig it?

As you are aware (or not), there is more to gay life than just hot dance parties and online cruising. With Montréal’s thriving gay community, we have many options to meet new folks and participate in a variety of activities. Such as gay volleyball! Check out what brings all the boys to my court… (And how you can get some hot gay volleyball action.)

Introducing Mado

“I’m not a female impersonator. I’m too ugly. I’m a drag queen.” -Mado Lamotte Every village has a queen, and every gay village has several, but in Montréal’s gay village, there are no queens that can even compare with the iconoclastic Mado…

BIXI :::: Montréal’s Public Bike System

The best way to see most cities is on two wheels. And with Montreal’s intelligent urban planners having created miles and miles of cyclist-only paths, this city is no exception. Le Ville de Montréal has recently made it even easier for locals and travelers alike to move through Montréal in a pleasant and ecological way. Enter BIXI…

5 Places to Spot a Hottie

If you’ve been hiding under a rock for the past few decades, you might not have heard about Montréal’s reputation for its attractive people. My friends from Toronto always gush about the eye candy that sweetens the streets, shops and bars of this city. All I can do is shrug my shoulders and say, “Sorry folks. We didn’t ask to be this sexy. It just comes naturally.” But don’t hate us because we’re beautiful. Instead, come take advantage of us… err… it. Here are five places around the city to see the hottest of homos…

Parking… No, not your car

Hey fellow gays. If you’re like me, you like to go out. You like to have a good time. You’ve been known to even get a little sweaty on the dance floor. Well have I got good news for you. One of Montréal’s premiere nightclubs, PARKING, has expanded – bigger, louder, gayer! Okay, you’ll have to decide for yourself how far along the gay-o-meter it is. But no matter what, you can expect amazing beats, and various areas to suit your fancy: the classic nightclub, “Tunnel” (a male only space… wink wink, nudge nudge) and the freshly installed Urban Room. With 95,000 watts of sound you might not even need to dance because you’ll probably be vibrating. Throw in a new lighting system and state-of-the-art LED video projections and you are bound to have a transcendent experience. Here’s a taste of the action…