We Wish You A Metal Christmas hit Mavericks Friday night, featuring Storm Like Wolves, Fractures & Outlines, Southpaw, Boundaries, Horcrux and headliner Obey The Brave.
Looking for a tropical get away but can’t afford the time off or the flight? No worries, the Canadian Museum of Nature has got you covered.
Each month, the Museum of Nature hosts Nature Nocturne, giving visitors the chance to dance the night away while exploring the galleries after hours.
Livia Belcea: “Mimi was charming and welcoming, which made performing in front of hundreds of people for the first time, with no script, no preparation and no knowledge of where the play was going, a little bit less overwhelming.”
A vote scheduled December 14 in the USA is causing a lot of talk about the direction that Internet services in Canada may take. While opinions vary, there’s a renewed call for Canadians—including fans of Netflix, Yelp, Reddit, 4chan, and online gamers—to get more involved, informed, and to realize what’s at stake – reports Kenneth Ingram.
Fill a new or gently used purse with donations and bring it to Purse Power this Thursday as Maiden Canada organizes an evening of female-fronted original bands.
Dulce Tapp’s The Day of the Dead: The Journey exhibition creates a collection of art which comments on a tradition going from prehispanic to modern times. Visit the exhibition until January 5 at Applecrate Galleries in Manotick.
The historic O’Connor Street church would continue to act as a hub for artists, community groups, and Dominion-Chalmers congregation.
Colin Noden: “The National Arts Centre’s A Christmas Carol is fast paced and clever, and as tight a production as I’ve ever seen. I simply couldn’t pull out one outstanding element in the play.”
Admission to the NHL-sized rink is free but you’ll need to make a reservation first.