TacoFest is back for another day of epic taco adventures (hellllo dessert tacos!) at the Shaw Centre this Saturday.
Maeve Lalonde, who goes by Méabh (pronounced Meave), is an singer and songwriter based out of Ottawa and is hoping to release her first EP by Christmas of this year. She is a person of many talents that include open mic host, indie music songwriter and composer, and stand up comic. She’s graced the small […]
This week on the podcast, we take you on a spiritual journey with Zaum’s unique meditative mantra doom vibe and sound.
The World Press Photo Exhibition 2017 is at the Canadian War Museum for the tenth year running. The exhibition runs until August 13 and admission is free.
Ottawa band Black Oak Decline have taken a musical turn and rebranded as Quite Crimes. They recently released the video to their single Out Of View, the last video filmed at Zaphod’s before it closed earlier this year.
The streets of Ottawa were bustling this weekend as onlookers enjoyed Kumo, the giant spider, and Long Ma, the horse-dragon. After several confrontations throughout the weekend, the two faced off in an epic battle Sunday night at the Canadian War Museum. La Machine, an Ottawa 2017 event, will be one for the books for sure.
Homeshake took the stage to a packed-in crowd at Babylon Nightclub. The Montreal based Peter Sagar along with his band received a warm welcome and then got straight down to business.
Vimy Brewing Company is one of the latest breweries to enter the booming bytown beer industry. And they have set their sights on offering something uniquely Canadian.
Over the first weekend in August, the national competition for a little-known sport will be taking place on a set of rapids just off LeBreton Flats. Trans paddler Katalina Murrie has been competing in slalom for over a decade, but this year will be her first time entering in the women’s category.
This weekend isn’t only about the giant monsters of La Machine, although we are pretty excited to check them out. With lots happening in the city and on the outskirts (we’re looking at you, MayoFest!), grab your friends and have a blast.
Motown The Musical is an epic journey into the history of motown music. From the talented cast, to the classic hits, to the stage and lighting; everything about the show will transport you to the heyday of the music that influenced America.
Rogers tv presents A Call for Relief, an interview with emergency dispatcher Heather MacDonald based on a story by Jason Myerson. For more, be sure to read Jason’s article.
Odyssey Theatre returns to Strathcona Park for another season of theatre under the stars.
This week on the podcast, we’re chatting with actors Phillip Merriman and Zoe Georgaras, who play the title characters in Bear & Co’s outdoor production of Shakespeare’s ‘Romeo and Juliet,’ currently touring around parks in Ottawa until July 30th.
The Canadian Film Institute is looking for digitized visual recordings of celebrations, events and people living their lives in recognizable sites in the Ottawa area as part of the Ottawa 2017 celebrations.