On December 2, Beyond the Pale Brewing will mark its 5th anniversary with an epic, yet refined, party at the National Gallery of Canada.
Night number one of Ottawa’s Grey Cup Concert Series at TD Place Arena offered up some Canada’s best country music artists. There was something for everyone from the knee-slapping, hand-clapping classic forms to the realms of rock, pop, soul, and hip-hop influences.
Theatre Preview: Set in Trump’s America, 2019, Building The Wall is a terrifying exploration of the nature of complicity
Sean Devine: “[Canadians] can’t also claim that we are perfectly insulated from that kind of hatred and violence.”
This weekend in Ottawa will feature football, music, karaoke, theatre and more music. So, whether you cheer for the Stampeders, the Argonauts, or neither, check out our list of goings-on in the city, and for heaven’s sake stay warm out there.
On this week’s podcast we talk with Brian Greenway, the Hawkesbury native who is a guitarist and vocalist for Canadian rock pioneers April Wine.
Ottawa has a rich urban history and thanks to a new project led by the Worker’s History Museum, Carleton University and Chapter One Studio, it’s popping up all over the city.
Ottawa is lucky enough to have a locally-based organization that provides therapy dog services all around the National Capital Region.
Riverwood Acoustics take old growth timber and make it new again as a bluetooth speaker produced in the Ottawa Valley.
Introducing BEING: Bronson Centre art studio champions creativity by artists and writers with developmental disabilities
McMillan’s pro bono Betterful initiative helped rebrand BEING, a nonprofit arts organization based out of the Bronson Centre.
Sanita Fejzic: “This year marks the festival’s best year to date… So why keep the important things in the closet? Bring them out into the open next time, please.”
Terry Steeves: “The album’s 8 tracks are a diverse collection of beautifully crafted songs, each completely different, and each offering an emotionally stimulating showcase of instrumental and vocal intensities, varying rhythms, and poignant lyrics.”
Best selling poet Rupi Kaur spoke to a captivated crowd at the Canadian Museum of History on November 12.
Le Théâtre français du Centre national des Arts s’apprête à présenter sur ses planches la pièce Traversée, une adaptation d’une histoire empreinte de poésie relatant le périple d’une jeune réfugiée fuyant son pays à la recherche d’un monde meilleur. Écrite par l’auteure française Estelle Savasta et mise en scène par Milena Buziak, cette production a été présentée en novembre 2016 à MAI (Montréal, arts interculturels) et poursuit son envolée, cette fois-ci jusqu’à nous à Ottawa.
The Grey Cup Festival is taking over Ottawa from the arrival of the Grey Cup Tuesday to the big game Sunday.
Ottawa Fringe hit show Lauren & Amanda Do It return to the stage as part of the Fringe Encores.