News & Ideas
Since 2014, over 3,000 new cyclists hit the streets of Ottawa in response to EnviroCentre’s Bike to Work Month campaign.
Take your bike for a quick and free tune-up at City Hall (May 1–19) or Lansdowne Park (May 21–28).
Creating art can be messy. And sometimes lonely and intimidating. If you’re just starting out, then every move is filled with self doubt. If you’re experienced, there is the feeling that you may be painting yourself into a creative corner. Hello Studios was designed to help with these common artistic problems.
Local cycling advocates recommend by-law should require bike parking at all public buildings, workplaces, and commercial buildings
The Bike Ottawa report makes five key recommendations to improve cycling throughout our city.
Some ten episodes in, Breakdown2Lowdown podcast hosts and R&B connoisseurs Nicky Jean and Anthony McIntosh have created a smart, fun and sometimes fiery show that lives up to its promise of “a little friction and a whole lot of dope conversations.”
Comedian Doug Stanhope will be weaving his unique take on things in Ottawa, on Tuesday May 15. You can catch him at the Ottawa Little Theatre, which also happens to be home to the longest running community theatre company in Canada.
Lowertown was the subject of a four-month studio at Carleton University’s Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism.
Un groupe de 20 élèves ont complété une étude sur cette communauté et ont proposé quatre grandes idées pour revitaliser ce quartier.
On April 5 a unique new Kickstarter campaign launched for the Ottawa area: The Yard’s goal is to open Ottawa’s only indoor, year-round bike and skateboard park. Within the first week the project had already raised almost half of their $100,000 goal. With two weeks to go, they are still looking for backers to help meet their goal.
Beer, skateboarding, and art come together for a good time and an even better cause.
This weekend is not only the annual Jane’s Walk, but also the first ever Jane’s Mob in Ottawa on Thursday night. Read all of Apt613’s coverage of Jane’s Walk here and don’t miss our podcast! For more of what’s happening, read on and don’t miss our events calendar for even more!
Jane’s Walk is a festival of free walking tours happening Ottawa-Gatineau on May 5 and 6, 2018
The MacKay Concert Series concludes its current season on Sunday May 6 with Hebrew Lullaby, a program of lyrical and romantic pieces for violin and piano featuring Leah Roseman and Dina Namer.
These five Jane’s Walk guides ask “what’s in a name?” when they tell the stories behind street names and public spaces.
An evening to benefit Recovery Day Ottawa takes place at the Bronson Centre on May 5th.