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Au Café Show adds a spoonful of drama to your coffee

A new coffee shop infusing a little theatre into its lattes recently opened its doors at 161 Promenade du Portage in front of the Portage IV Complex in Hull. This humongous coffee shop, once home to Presse Café, provides a warm and enjoyable setting to unwind and enjoy theatrical shows while serving local products. “We […]

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Our map of the best spots to catch Euro 2012

Ottawa soccer enthusiasts eagerly await the 2012 UEFA Euro Football Championship, but maybe not as much as Ukrainians and Poles. “This is the biggest stage Poland has been on since entering the EU in 2004 and Poles are excited to show off their country,” said Charles Leury whose been studying in Warsaw for the past […]

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Festibière de Gatineau: bigger is better

What a difference a year made between  the first and second editions of Gatineau’s Festibière. While last year’s edition was a resounding success, “it’s much bigger this year,” explained Monsieur Guy Blain, founder and chef at L’Orée du bois in Chelsea. The number of kiosks increased from 32 to 63, doubling in size. This means […]

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April showers bring Darren Flowers: Brothers Beer Bistro opens on Dalhousie

In early April, 366 Dalhousie resembled a Vietnamese restaurant trashed by marines. Today, a new restaurant has opened featuring a charming, rustic setting with wood and natural colours decorating the interior. The owners were lucky to uncover beautiful brick walls while transforming the old Takara restaurant into Brothers Beer Bistro, which opens tonight. “We wanted something warm and inviting,” […]

Existential filmaking in the heart of Little Italy

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F967sFIr_NE[/youtube] Video of the construction of Gott Ist Tot”s set in Little Italy. A long-awaited dream comes true in the form of a short film for Ottawa Producer Marc-Antoine Cuerrier. “Doing this movie is definitely a check mark on my to-do list,” said Cuerrier. On April 14, 2012 after installing the green screen, cameras, among […]

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A menu of Titanic proportions at Lapointe’s Seafood Grill

While much of the Titanic craze in Canada focuses on Halifax, Lapointe’s Seafood Grill on York Street decided to do something different to commemorate the Titanic centenary. “It will be business as usual, but with a twist,” said Head Chef Simon Brière-Audet. “Usually we have one special for the evening, but for this time we […]

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Hockey fans rejoice! Ottawa has three teams competing in playoffs

Playoff hockey is alive and well in the National Capital Region with three teams competing in their respective leagues. When the Ottawa Senators clinched a playoff spot Sunday April 1 after a 5-1 victory over the New York Islanders, they became the third team in Ottawato entertain its fans with exciting playoff hockey. The Ottawa […]

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