Monthly Archives: October 2011

Don’t be afraid of going out on the town!

by Éric Samson Halloween is upon us, and now that we’ve howled at the moon, it’s time for the werewolves to come out. As a holiday, there’s no better excuse to dress up and go around asking people for candy. One … Continue reading

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Howling at the moon… for art!

By Marie-Christine Beaudry At the Promenade des Artistes in the Quartier des spectacles, a funny sort of megaphone has been set up in the middle of the pathway for several days. It’s black and… furry! A few passersby – quite … Continue reading

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A ballet of light

Yesterday night, the skies over Montreal were lit up like never before. Imagine the searchlights of Place Ville-Marie, multiplied by a dozen and controlled by regular members of the public. What we witnessed was nothing less than a sublime aerial … Continue reading

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