Sights & Sounds
Prolific Ottawa singer/songwriter North Easton has spent the past 23 years writing the songbook of his life and experiences.
There is no denying it any longer, winter has arrived in all of its snowy white splendor, but so has the weekend – and this one is jam packed with greatness, giving us every reason not to slip into hibernation just yet.
It’s cold. It’s snowy. The last thing on most people’s minds is getting their next good run in. But Mark Sutcliffe is not most people.
Le Musée des Beaux-arts du Canada propose à ses visiteurs la plus importante rétrospective jamais présentée de l’artiste autochtone Alex Janvier.
This week on the show, we’ve got local broadcaster, columnist and author Mark Sutcliffe. Recently named to the Order of Ottawa, his new book Long Road to Boston chronicles his journey as an everyman trying to qualify for the Boston Marathon.
Chamberfest and the National Arts Centre Orchestra are each presenting special concerts this week. Between the two is a great deal of film music by composers such as Philip Glass, John Williams, plus video game soundtracks by acclaimed composers Maxine Goulet and Gordy Habb.
Apartment613 met with three young ballet dancers from the Ottawa School of Dance who will be performing in the show.
A galaxy 11 billion light years away? Photographed by an Ottawa amateur astronomer? In his back yard observatory?
Tanya Tagaq on her latest album Retribution, climate change, and music as a coping mechanism.
Registered participants will be toured through the offices of local startups, giving interested talent, community builders and curious residents a chance to peek behind the curtains of some of Ottawa’s most innovative companies.
This weekend, NAC Dance presents a favourite of Ottawa audiences, Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui, for the exclusive Canadian performance of Fractus V.
We’re well into holiday craft show season so be sure to stop by a few this weekend!
At the 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee you’ll find a lovable crew of outcasts, overachievers, and general weirdos. You might see kids you knew growing up on that stage. And you might see yourself.
Tasseomancy, which is twin sisters Romy and Sari Lightman, have announced their first leg of their North American tour, which lands in Ottawa on November 24 at Le Temporaire.
“This is my playtime. With my solo thing, the stakes aren’t as high and I let things get a little looser around the edges”