For the critically-acclaimed album’s 10th anniversary, The Acorn will perform Glory Hope Mountain in its entirety on Saturday April 22 at St. Alban’s Church (454 King Edward). Win tickets to the show: see post for details.
Win a pair of tickets to Ottawa Fury FC’s home opener, Saturday April 22 at TD Place.
Rally at City Hall today to welcome home Team Homan, winners of the 2017 World Women’s Curling Championship
Everyone is invited to meet Ottawa’s own world champions at City Hall today. The team will meet with fans at noon for a special rally at Jean Pigott Place (110 Laurier Ave W).
Pour la huitième fois depuis 2003, le Centre national des Arts proposera son Festival Scène du 15 juin au 23 juillet.Pendant près de six semaines ce seront 1 000 artistes qui viendront présenter quelques 100 évènements culturels au public de la région. De quoi passer un bel été. À condition de ne pas se perdre dans une programmation pléthorique !
Mass Hysteria Comedy is presenting an all women comedy show to benefit the Ottawa Rape Crisis Centre
In anticipation of the event, Apt613 sat down with host Kennedy Ryan to chat about the show.
The indie theatre series runs from April 19 to May 6 at Arts Court Theatre (2 Daly Ave).
Leif Vollebekk played a sold-out show at First Baptist United Church.
Five picks for stellar sushi spots in Ottawa.
With spring and playoff hockey in the air, get ready to enjoy all that this extra long Ottawa weekend has to offer.
This week on the podcast, we interview Nicholas Hyatt from Ottawa/Montreal-based psychedelic pop band Future States about their new album, cool venues, and growing up listening to Russian classical music. Catch them Saturday, April 15, at The Record Centre (1099 Wellington W) with Merival and Ada Lea.
Experience a verbal boxing match at Capital Rap Battles. Their one-year anniversary will be April 21 at Happy Goat.
Present Tense is on view at Studio Sixty Six until May 6, 2017. The exhibition aims to encourage a dialogue between the artworks and the viewer on the social, political, and cultural frameworks from which these tensions arise in Canadian history and how they also carry into the present.
ATEH’s 2016 report, which launched on April 11 at City Hall, shows some areas of hope, but, overwhelmingly, paints a picture of a city in urgent need of more affordable housing, and of more supports and services to prevent Ottawans from becoming or remaining homeless.
The city is touting these zoning changes as impetus for the development of local-serving small businesses along the street. The changes will lift the restriction on commercial zoning to allow for small-scale mixed-use zoning, meaning that small businesses will be now permitted to set up shop along Armstrong next to residential homes and apartments.
Photography is an art form that continues to capture the popular imagination, as was seen in huge turnout of 800 attendees at the public opening on April 6.