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Basement 819 du 28 janvier 2015 :: Entrevue avec l’illustre Philippe B. Chronique historique : le canal Rideau. Entrevue avec Raphaël Potvin du groupe Caravane. MEGAPHONO : un festival de musique bilingue!

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Philippe B sera en concert à la Quatrième salle du CNA le vendredi 30 janvierPhilippe B sera en concert à la Quatrième salle du CNA le vendredi 30 janvier

Basement 819 a ratissé large cette semaine. Le calendrier culturel déborde d’événements et de prestations francophones! On revit les Mille et une Nuits! Écoutez notre podcast pour tout tout savoir! Entrevue avec l’illustre Philippe B Nous avons appris la semaine dernière que Philippe B était en nomination aux prix Juno dans la catégorie Album francophone de l’année. Il avait remporté le Félix de l’Auteur ou compositeur de l’année au Gala de l’ADISQ en 2014. Artiste résolu, après les succès pour Variations Fantômes et Ornithologie la nuit, il s’adonne, entre autres, à la réalisation d’albums. Philippe B a d’ailleurs réalisé les albums de Groenland et des soeurs Boulay. Il assure également... | Continue reading article

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Apt613 Live for January 27, 2015

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Photo by gynti_46 on Flickr.Photo by gynti_46 on Flickr.

As you may already know, all week long Apartment 613 is presenting “The Future of Ottawa” series: a week-long collection of guest-written posts aimed at promoting discussion around Ottawa’s development and its future as a growing city. In a similar spirit, this week on Apt613 Live you can catch my discussion with Chris Osler, Trevor Haché and Suneeta Millington: three organizers behind this Thursday’s FREE screening of The Human Scale over at the Bytowne. We chatted about their personal take on what can make Ottawa neighbourhoods great going forward and... | Continue reading article

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Food and wine and Vivaldi – Oh my! + ticket giveway

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Photo of Jessica Linnebach courtesy of the NACPhoto of Jessica Linnebach courtesy of the NAC

We are giving away a pair of tickets for this Friday’s concert at the NAC by Jessica Linnebach.  To enter, please email Apartment613 by noon Thursday, January 29, with the Subject line “Casual Friday NAC.”  The winner will be notified on Thursday afternoon. Classical music can sometimes seem like a stuffy pastime. In reality, however, listening to the classical masters can be a lovely and relaxing experience.  Throw in some food and wine and things can get really cool. Cut to this week’s concerts by violinist and NAC Orchestra associate... | Continue reading article

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A celebration of child and teenage awkwardness

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Photo by Evan Mitsui.Photo by Evan Mitsui.

Lisa Frank diaries filled of pages and pages of melodrama, all written in a pink gel pen. A school project detailing your hopes and dreams for adulthood. Letters written between classes to your friends, rife with angst and spelling mistakes. Juvenilia comes in all shapes and sizes, but maintains a few commonalities: it’s endearing, revealing, and more often than not, hilarious. Grownups Read Things They Wrote as Kids (GRTTWAK), hitting Ottawa this weekend, is a celebration of juvenilia. An open mic night, as well as a podcast, the event consists... | Continue reading article

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Future of Ottawa: Promoting the public interest

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This is the third part in our week-long series The Future of Ottawa.  In this post City Councillor Jeff Leiper tackles the issue of what roles the private and public sectors need to play in the future development of Ottawa.  Twitter users: use hashtag #futott if you want to discuss this series on Twitter. During the recent municipal election campaign, the issues in Kitchissippi were predominantly about growth.  Our transition from a sleepy government town to fast-growing metropolis is both exciting and challenging. Across Kitchissippi, voters raised time and time again the need... | Continue reading article

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Dance shows to raise money for youth mental health

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For a second straight year, young dancers from the National Capital Region will be performing as part of a charity fundraiser that fosters social charge through dance. Dancers Give Back was originally founded in the United States in 2008 by Ali Dietz and her mother Mary Alice Dietz.  The first event was organised to help Ali’s friend Jacquie Hirsch, who was then suffering from leukemia, pay for her medical bills. While sadly Jacquie has since passed away, this original fundraiser has grown into a movement that has now spread to... | Continue reading article

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