Sights & Sounds
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”
This week on the show, host Livia Belcea interviews Inire, a metal band from Aylmer.
Ottawa Therapy Dogs, a not-for-profit organization that provides animal-assisted therapy, will host 4 Dog Night: A Musical Dogumentary, on Saturday, November 26, at the Hellenic Centre.
The Fury will be playing in the United Soccer League (USL) starting in 2017.
Two films on queer love in rural settings make up part of Inside Out’s varied programming.
The program includes 11 screenings of international feature-length films, Ottawa premieres, and world premieres by Canadian artists. An awards ceremony closes the festival on Sunday evening, December 4.
Artpreneur 2016 was a remarkable convergence of artistic work, business and marketing expertise.
People enjoy themselves a good murder mystery, but what if you could be a part of one? Are you daring enough to take it that far?
This is a milestone year for the Good Lovelies. The “harmony trio”, as they are often referred, are celebrating a decade together.
Trump was elected President of the United States, and you might well find yourself in need of a distraction or pick-me-up. Fortunately, there’s a lot going on this weekend.
This week on Apt613 Live, host Josh Lemoine interviews Fury FC President John Pugh about what the move to USL means for the future of pro soccer in Ottawa, and talks with RedBlacks lineman (and Ottawa native) Alex Mateas, ahead of their East Division final later this month.
Despite many reports of their impending demise, vinyl records, and the record stores who love them, remain more relevant than ever. Listening to music on vinyl may just be one of those things that are timeless.
In most of his pieces, you will find either human skulls, visages or limbs, all carefully detailed and textured. They bring to mind a familiar anthropomorphic nature, which is then sealed and wrapped in a metallic, rigid and finite spray painted and colourful existence.