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Australian ska/dance band The Cat Empire headline Algonquin Commons Theatre, July 28.
Do you ever wonder, when looking at old building around the city, what stood there before?
“Music is culture is politics is identity is expression is exploration is dialogue is conflict is resolution. “
Singer-songwriter Craig Cardiff on making a career of the thing he’d be doing anyways
“I’ve always believed that music chooses you – you don’t choose music. Being an artist certainly isn’t the easiest thing in the world in terms of making a living. We do it because we love it, and we’re so passionate about it that there’s really no choice.”
Hard-working addition looks to help get Fury on winning path
Creative Ottawans battle it out in a design showdown.
Ottawa’s The Band Whose Name is a Symbol (TBWNIS) is like that neighborhood diner you’ve walked past a thousand times, the one that’s all history and character, the one that stands out amongst the flashy up-and-comers because it does what it does with a lot of heart and looks after their own. Since forming in […]
The app will match a user to a therapist or coach, showing their rating and expertise, with the capability to text and even video calls via FaceTime. A prototype of the app is ready and will soon launch a trial program in two communities.
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UK bluesman Ian Siegal came out blazing.
“I fell in love. It’s just a love thing. It’s like when you fall in love with a person and they can’t do anything wrong and they are the most beautiful and the most handsome and they are the strongest and the cutest. I have this with the theremin.”
It’s a fun way to be a tourist in your own city.
It’ll kick your butt, in a good way.
Many Bluesfest attendees on Saturday were hurt and surprised by comments made by Ian Astbury, lead singer of The Cult, a British rock group known for gothy 1980s hits like “She Sells Sanctuary”.