When talking with Maya Miller, drummer of Vancouver indie garage rock duo The Pack A.D., you get the impression you’re talking to the cool older sister you always wanted.
Interview with singer-songwriter Séan McCann (formerly of Great Big Sea) about moving his family to Ottawa, his struggles with alcoholism, and using music to help himself and others.
The founding member of Great Big Sea, performing at the NAC this weekend, on recovery, secrets, and moving to Ottawa.
“It’s got gods, it’s got monsters, it’s got sex and violence, it’s got wisdom and afterlife and all kinds of interesting features.”
While the dishes feature local ingredients when they can, the highlights of Bar Laurel’s menu lie in the imported Spanish products.
Dylan Noble’s textiles create a visual language in the form of clever, idiosyncratic patterns with his company, Merchntt.
This week on Apt613 Live, host Josh Lemoine interviews NCC CEO Mark Kristmanson, and Fury FC defenceman Eddie Edward.
Maple Hill celebrate twenty years as a band with a new album of covers and originals.
Currently on a cross-Canada tour, Ria Mae appears October 15th at the National Arts Centre Studio—an intimate venue she has never played before—along with percussionist Chuck Bucket and bassist/keyboardist Chris Wong.
See Vivek Shraya at the Ottawa International Writers Festival, October 23rd and 24th.
Ottawans love to read good books, including books written by local and Canadian writers, but every now and then, even the most avid reader needs a bit of a push finding their next coup-de-coeur.
“When we were 20 and angry with the world, so were they, and when we all reached 50, we were still angry with the world, but on a much more personal level.”
“We thought of Adbirahman Abdi and the intersections of his identity. He was a black man. He was a newcomer. He had a mental illness.”
“Like Canada, Canadian literature is a social construction made up by the CBC and marketing firms.”
“It is so portable. All you need is a pencil and a piece of paper.”