Austin is preparing for the release of his new single. He’ll be playing a show at House of Targ on August 24th.
Canadian rapper Cadence Weapon opens the Forest Stage at Arboretum Festival on Friday night.
Andrew Monro is Apt613’s correspondent at Impact Hub Ottawa, writing about the many innovators that call Hub home. Hub is a co-working space at 123 Slater Street for projects with a positive local and global impact. Online comment forums have an enduring reputation of not being a place where intelligent and civil human dialogue takes place (to put it mildly). It has […]
Greg Houston is an Ottawa based comic who has performed at just about every festival the city has to offer. This summer, he is the MC at Yuk Yuks Summer Comedy Competition.
This week on the podcast we’re talking to Pride’s Festival Producer, Mike Connors, to find out more about the week-long fest, which takes place August 21–27, 2017 all around Ottawa.
Soap2Hope is an Ottawa-based social enterprise, raising funds to provide clean and sustainable drinking water in the Mukuni Village, Zambia.
Photographer Jen Bernard met with Juicehead founder Sean Norton for a photo series and to learn about what led him to make the change from government work to cold-pressed juices. Visit her site to see more of her work. There is no recipe to life; no simple straightforward way to succeed, and what is success anyways? […]
HappinessHabits613 is a community-driven initiative to cultivate habits that support and promote happiness. Throughout August, the initiative includes events built around different things meant to help people intentionally and deliberately cultivate happiness.
InFocus will culminate in a photography exhibition on September 3 at Studio Sixty Six.
Brew Donkey brewery tours are well established here in the beer community and in the local tourism sector. It’s a great concept, get on a classic yellow school bus to learn about beer and then visit breweries to put that knowledge to practical use. But now, Brew Donkey has a brand new tour bus and needs your help to name it!
This week on the podcast, we take you on a spiritual journey with Zaum’s unique meditative mantra doom vibe and sound.
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.
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.
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.