Christina Manuge’s ensembles are design to look stunning even as they come off.
Ikebana, literally meaning “create flower”, is a form of art that captures the essence of the nation’s intimate bond with nature.
Ottawa Cooks has been a long time coming – not only because it is the 7th book in Figure One Publishing’s “Canada Cooks” series, but also because the culinary scene in Ottawa is only now reaching its full potential.
We tackle the big questions: What’s in Jim Bryson’s flask? Where is Pedro the Panda?
When you think of Ottawa, do you think of fashion?
Vinyl evangelist John Westhaver continues to carry the torch.
Meat Press Creative Charcuterie and Sandwich Shop will celebrate its first year in business on October 2.
Video games are a solitary pursuit for some people, but gaming cafes appeal to our social sides. Ottawa’s newest one, Caffeine 1UP, is doing a few things differently.
Elliot is one of almost 500 Meals on Wheels volunteers who collectively donate around 2,000 hours of their time and deliver over 10,000 hot and frozen meals each month in Ottawa.
This week, host Livia Belcea talks about books and interviews Ian Shaw, Editor-in-Chief for Ottawa Review of Books. Tune in for Apt613 Live every Tuesday at 6pm on CHUO 89.1 FM.
If you are somebody who has ever struggled with addiction, know someone who has struggled, are celebrating recovery or simply want to learn more about how to support others – come out to Recovery Day.
The pair will be playing songs from an album that collects classic train-themed songs, performed at train stations across the U.S.
“There will be lots of chatting and laughter. My songs are really sad, and the audience is owed some levity.”
This week on Apt613 Live, Josh Lemoine interviews Cityfolk performers Dan Mangan and Marlon Williams.
Marlon Williams combines musical roots ranging from Maori music to Gram Parsons.