I Went to Montreal’s New Cat Café, on Shrooms
I hate cats, so naturally it was a good idea for me to eat a bunch of magic fungus before going to a coffee shop full of felines at nine in the morning. It was fucking amazing.
Vin Los is a 24-year-old Montreal model who has covered his face and body in tattoos that look like they're written in Sharpie. We talked to him about whether or not he realizes those face tattoos are forever.
We spoke to the guys behind the world's newest breast-related cryptocurrency, Titcoin, and discussed why titcoins are the tits.
My ex-boyfriend's obsession with his short animated film about a teacher in 1970s Montreal who beat up a biker gang to defend a school dance led to us breaking up—but anyway, the movie is great!
When I die, I want my final resting place to be a monument to my own inflated sense of self-worth. Thankfully there's Funeral Concept, a French company that will customize your grave with anything from pictures of your dad riding a motorcycle through a wa…
The community that's interested in the intersection of anthropomorphized cartoon animals and quicksand is pretty small, and it should come as no surprise that the content they create is pretty shitty.
What if I told you that everyone you see on TV—celebrities, but also ordinary folks in local news reports—was an actor playing their part in an elaborate conspiracy? You'd probably want to give me money for my future project, right?
My main man in Vatican City has decided to take social media by storm. Pope Benedict shocked the world when he became the first tweeting Pope in history, but his Twitter game was sparse and crappy. In contrast, Francis's approach to social media brings a