Topics :: Montreal
Friday Aug 19, 2011
The votes have been counted and Montreal has announced a winner in the"Queer of the Year" contest. This year’s "Queer of the Year" is Jason Wimberly of San Diego, California.
Friday Aug 5, 2011
For its 19th incarnation, Montreal’s Divers/Cite celebrated its founding principles of diversity, solidarity, and openness, with a heaping dose of love that kept more than 10,000 booty-shaking revelers dancing to more than 47 hours of free music.
Tuesday Aug 2, 2011
They’re queer, they’re here, and they’re back! Montreal welcomes six finalists for a survival of the fierce and fabulous to crown the second annual "Queer of the Year" contest winner during Montreal Pride Week.
Sunday Jun 5, 2011
This reference book, illustrated with a wealth of photographs from runway shows, the design house’s archives and print media, will constitute not only an account of the exhibition, but also serve as a reference for fashion history.
Friday Jun 3, 2011
From June 17 to October 2, 2011, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (MMFA) will present "The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier: From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk," the first exhibition devoted to the celebrated French couturier.
Tuesday May 17, 2011
In celebration of the diversity, individuality and pride within the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community, Montreal is launching its second annual global campaign in search of the "Queer of the Year!"
Friday Dec 3, 2010
From June 17 to October 2, 2011, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (MMFA) will present
The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier: From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk, the first retrospective devoted to the celebrated French couturier.
By Mark Thompson | Friday Oct 22, 2010
During the past decade, Montreal has earned a reputation (and numerous nominations and awards) as one of the world’s best LGBT destinations - and after spending time in Canada’s second-largest city, it’s easy to understand why.
Friday Oct 22, 2010
Autumn is a beautiful time of year, and Canada is always scenic. Put the two together, as EDGE’s Mark Thompson has done, and the results are stunning...
By Robert Doyle | Thursday Oct 14, 2010
Over the course of its twenty-year history, the Black and Blue Festival, produced by the BBCM (Bad Boy Club Montreal) Foundation, has become celebrated for legendary events marked by innovative production, artistic direction, and ground-breaking sound.