Sights & Sounds
Vinyl evangelist John Westhaver continues to carry the torch.
What draws one to a play about Alzheimer’s with a massively long title? Well it’s topical, relevant to the daily lives of many, and offers precisely what theatre does best: challenging subject matter served up with a healthy dose of entertainment.
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.
This Saturday will mark the end of a short, but epic era in Ottawa soccer, when Fury FC takes on arguably its greatest rival in Minnesota United FC, for the last time.
Concerts at the NAC are always special. Add to the fact that Hip lead singer Gord Downie is appearing, and spines start tingling.
Today is the first day of fall and, fingers crossed, this weekend’s weather may actually suit the season. With the arrival of the best season of the year (OK, I may be pushing my personal bias here), we’ve a great bunch of things on the roster, to celebrate. Festivals First off, the festivals. The Ottawa […]
(inter)woven is on now at the OAG Annex, Ottawa City Hall, and continues until December 31, 2016. The official opening reception is September 29 at 5pm.
If you’re reading Apt613, you’re already a fan of our city. This forum is an exciting opportunity to take advantage of Ottawa’s status as a national capital, connect with like minded people and get involved with this community.
Vance Joy made his return to Ottawa on Saturday one to remember, despite bad conditions beginning the night at CityFolk Fest.
Ithaca, New York’s quad squad, the X Ambassadors, brought their forces of electronic rock to close out Cityfolk’s main stage on Sunday night.
“Dance to forget where you’re goin’, dance to forget where you’ve been, dance to remember the earth beneath your feet, dance to feel this moment that you’re in.”
The pair will be playing songs from an album that collects classic train-themed songs, performed at train stations across the U.S.
Terry Steeves: “Having found a little covered spot to write in the downpour, I realized that some of the best shows I’d ever seen were in the rain… this had definitely been another.”
Barbara Popel: “It’s rare for a play to have neither empathetic nor sympathetic characters.”
Alex Binkley: “Trio Grand-Duc is a relative newcomer to [the scene] but if their performance at MacKay United Church is any indication of their potential, the three young musicians have a brilliant future ahead.”