Jeremy Fisher is aiming for a new audience. With 12 songs inspired by his two year old daughter, he released his debut children’s album Highway to Spell this spring.
Comedy Night for Parkinson’s has been raising awareness as well as funds for the last fourteen years in Ottawa. This year, the comedy show and silent auction will be held on Saturday April 21 at Centrepoint Theatre.
Algonquin College Public Relations Agency named Future Leaders at the 2nd Ottawa Social Impact Awards
Over the last three decades, Algonquin College Public Relations Agency has raised over $300,000. This student-run organization is the winner of the Ottawa Social Impact Awards in the Future Leaders category.
Ausome Ottawa wins in the Community Initiative category in the 2nd edition of the Ottawa Social Impact Awards
Ausome Ottawa won the Ottawa Social Impact Award in the Community Initiative category. The organization works with families touched by autism to play and be physically active like any typical family.
If you like your theatre strong, make sure to catch the Tennessee Williams classic A Streetcar Named Desire playing at the Ottawa Little Theatre through to April 7.
They’ll be in Ottawa on March 29th at House of TARG.
Comedy duo Christina Muehlberger and Ryan Mulligan are hosts of the podcast Scene Partners, focusing on improv and stand up comedy, pop culture, television shows, movies, relationships and life.
On this week’s podcast, we chat with Eugster and Battersby about their experiences in the industry and what draws them to children’s literature.
Each year, on it’s anniversary (March 17), the studio holds a special celebratory event that’s open to the public. Proceeds from this open day are earmarked for a specific charity. Last year, that charity was Refugee 613. This year’s event will raise funds and awareness for the Canadian Down Syndrome Society (CDSS).
This week on the show, we’re chatting with Carl Haworth, longtime member of Ottawa Fury FC, who was recently named team captain for the upcoming USL season.
Over the past few years, Ottawa has seen a surge in female comedians in a previously male dominated scene, producing winners of both the local comedy club competitions and the Ottawa Comedy Awards. There’s an ever growing list of all genders hitting the stage. We caught up with Kennedy Ryan to discuss comedy, community and whether or not it is true that women who are funny cannot open coconuts on their own.
Mike Bulthuis, Director of Making the Shift, a Youth Homelessness Social Innovation Lab, and colleagues are testing approaches to tackle the pervasive challenge of youth homelessness in Canada right here in Ottawa.
At Roger Neilson House, the Ottawa Senators Foundation funds a support program for siblings of terminally-ill children
Tune in to the Ottawa Senators Foundation Telethon powered by Mitel on Friday, March 9 beginning at 6:30pm prior to the Senators game vs the Calgary Flames on TSN 5. To make an contribution, please visit www.sensfoundation.com or call 1-844-8GO-SENS (846-7367).
At the Central Art Garage, visitors are invited into a typical souvenir shop full of cheap mass produced, supposedly, Indigenous objects for Mi’kmaw performance and installation artist Ursula Johnson’s exhibition Indian Truckhouse of High Art.
Randy Bachman plays the National Arts Centre’s Southam Hall on Saturday, March 3.