Ikebana, literally meaning “create flower”, is a form of art that captures the essence of the nation’s intimate bond with nature.
When you think of Ottawa, do you think of fashion?
Vinyl evangelist John Westhaver continues to carry the torch.
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.
The first annual International Humanitarian Fashion Week (IHFW) took place in Ottawa this past Saturday, September 10, under the high patronage of the United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). The event coincided with the UNESCO International Day of Peace. According to the IHFW founder and president Danielle Kadjo, “the event aims to be a national […]
Veggie Drop will bring vegetables and other treats right to your door.
Dîner en Blanc, a chic picnic event hosted in over 70 cities worldwide, made its Ottawa debut. Guests dress head-to-toe in white and meet at a secret venue to dine in style.
Hey commitment-phobes, did you know you can rent local art for your home or office?
For the next instalment of the Ottawa Staycation series, we will take a trip out to the Manotick Public Library and surrounding attractions.
A street fashion blogger hit Bluesfest to photograph festival styles.
Go play outside.
Would you be willing to pay hundreds of dollars in advance to receive a full season of exclusive art? It’s a gamble, but Megan Monafu, founder of CSArt Ottawa, is betting that there are enough people in our city willing to buy in to support and grow our burgeoning local arts scene. The inspiration for […]
The northernmost section of Bank Street has seen many changes to its roster of businesses so far this year. For the purpose of this article we’re specifically covering the section from Wellington to Gilmour, and its surroundings. First off, it is with heavy hearts that we say goodbye to several establishments. Some of our dearly […]
Aaron Cayer, owner of Antique Skate Shop has been leading a movement for community-built-change in Ottawa under the banner “For Pivot’s Sake”. The goal of this initiative is to pay-it-forward by engaging youth to develop confidence, to get active and to get involved in their own communities. Hops & Fodder is one of For Pivot’s […]
Sunny Saturdays in Beechwood will get a little more exciting this weekend with the opening of the Beechwood Market in the east end of Ottawa. This will be the kick off of their third season, but this year, things are a little bit different. The market used to be located at 99 Beechwood Ave on […]