Chez Boris is a Russian donut shop in Montreal’s Mile End. It offers locally roasted coffee and authentic Russian-style donuts. Twice a week it is a pop-up restaurant called Chez Boris After Dark featuring locally-grown ingredients on its counter service dinner menu. Chez Boris is also a big supporter of the arts community and regularly hosts events in its space, like ‘Escape Bored’, an exhibit by 16 local artists who converted used and damaged skateboard decks into works of art.
From Local Debates to National Conventions, Vermont PBS Has You Covered...
In the midst of a monumental election year, the political rhetoric, posturing, and desire for a good sound bite can get in the way of one of one of our core democratic values: the need for civil discourse, open communication and a chance for all voices to be heard.
We’re pleased to bring you InnoVaTe– a series of digital shorts starring Victoria Taylor and showcasing innovators and technology experts from across the state of Vermont.
The series was produced by Vermont PBS, in association with Velocity Media (www.velocitymediacompany.com) and will be released in full on January 19, 2016 right here in this playlist and at: vermontpbs.org/innovate
Vermont is a state that supports a culture of innovation, generating creative thinkers and doers around every corner – and the space of technology is no exception.
Victoria Taylor brings the experience of facilitating thousands of interviews from her years working with "Ask me Anything" Q&As as reddit's first Director of Communications and Director of Talent. Currently, Victoria works at WeWork as their director of Digital Community and is based out of New York City.
In partnership with Montreal’s weekly arts publication, CULT #MTL, Qulture takes a look at current arts and cultural happenings in Montreal, with hopes for becoming a more regularly broadcast feature on the station. It dips into the city’s street art and comedy scenes, along with a bit of vaudeville.