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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…

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…

SPRING IN THE GAY VILLAGE: MARCH

People flock to Montreal’s Gay Village to see what’s going on in the clubs, bars and out in the community. These same people should flock to this post to see what’s coming up in March (and a bit of April)…

A BEARY FUN WEEKEND: SUGARBEAR

With spring in the air, bears are being roused from their deep hibernation and are in search of something sticky and sweet. No, not honey. These bears are coming to Montreal for something sexier to tickle their taste buds…Maple Syrup!

MONTREAL QUEER PROM 2011

Still haunted by the many, many ruffles on that dress? In retrospect, maybe you’re regretting that off-beige tuxedo? Or perhaps you just wish you could have brought the date you wanted to. Do your Prom over again on April 9 at Montreal’s Queer Prom 2011…

OUTSIDE THE GAY VILLAGE: MARCH

Every month, Montreal offers a plethora of Gay or Lesbian friendly events that take place outside the village…

SHOPPING IN MONTREAL’S GAY VILLAGE

Though it’s well-known for its vibrant nightlife, why not take the time to discover the lighter, daytime side of Montreal’s Gay Village with a few eclectic (and sometimes eccentric) boutiques…

THE MONTREAL GAY LIST: DECEMBER

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.

NINA ARSENAULT BRINGS “SILICONE DIARIES” TO MONTREAL

“A knock-out by any definition… Canada’s most famous she-male… a Tiger Woods of plastic surgery.” – Shihan Govani, The National Post Art is a product and a process that expresses emotion or sentiment through various mediums such as song, painting, literature, photography, video or beyond. Some brave individuals choose their own body as their medium. Nina Arsenault is one of these individuals. And Ms. Arsenault is coming to Montreal. We chatted with the artist about transitioning, social media, and (of course) Montreal!