At Venus Envy, Carly Boyce, a visiting workshop leader from Toronto, will be leading a workshop called “Suicide intervention for weirdos, freaks and queers: Helping our friends who sometimes want to die maybe not die.”
This is a milestone year for the Good Lovelies. The “harmony trio”, as they are often referred, are celebrating a decade together.
Alanna Why: “I want to hear more songs about friendship and queerness and self-love.”
This week on Apt613 Live, host Livia Belcea talks to the organizers of Zumbathon, which is raising money for Birch Haven Rescue and Rehabilitation, which rescues Great Danes and other large dog breeds. As well, we talk about the upcoming 20th anniversary of the Mercury Lounge.
On November 24th, a comedy legend will be in Ottawa, giving a moderated talk and taking questions from Ottawans.
Wentsi Yeung on first trying kombucha: “It was love at first sip and I felt like it was something I needed to share with everyone.”
Dream, Girl is being screened on Tuesday, November 1st at the Mayfair Theatre with special guest Sophie Grégoire Trudeau. A Q&A session with Komal Minhas and director Erin Bagwell will follow.
July Talk will play at the Algonquin Commons Theatre (1385 Woodroffe Ave) on Monday October 31.
We spoke with real life Ghostbuster, Sue Miller of Bytown Paranormal, about ghosts, paranormal investigations and, most importantly, whether or not they have a theme song.
Ottawa Fury FC takes on the Fort Lauderdale Strikers this Saturday, October 29 at TD Place, and the game will mark the end of Ottawa’s time in the North American Soccer League. But don’t worry! The Fury aren’t going anywhere.
Local indie artist Mystara has been busy making a name for herself in the capital this past weekend with the launch of her latest album, Soul Fire.
Philip Sayce’s playing style combines elements of soul, funk, and rock along a solid blues backbone.
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.