This was the first stop of the tour, and the duo was excited to be playing several new songs off of their latest release.
Re[place] Re[collect] is a project to archive in text and photos the memories and stories of seniors in Ottawa’s rural neighbourhoods. It is led by Brenda Dunn, a local community-engaged artist and local photographer Shawn MacDonell.
On October 19, the Enriched Bread Artists co-op will open to the public for its 25th Anniversary Open Studio. Based out of a 1920s bakery, the co-op will showcase photos highlighting the building’s history as well as pieces from their Ottawa 2017 project “Cut the Cake – Celebrate.”
Aaron envisions Birling Skateshop becoming more than just a store that sells merchandise. He is tired of mediocrity in businesses and believes that Birling has the potential to become a hub for a welcoming community.
Born Ruffians kicked off Thursday evening’s show as part of Rocktober ahead of headliners The New Pornographers at the Bronson Centre.
Roger Waters delivers a show that won’t be forgotten.
Still-life compositions created out of garbage by Joyce Crago are being shown at Exposure Gallery (1255 Wellington W) from October 5–31.
Every Time I Die are in their 19th year as a band, showing no signs of age as they threw down a crazy set.
David McGee started the Lost Ottawa Facebook site to find out if people in Ottawa are interested in their own history. The answer, it turns out, is very much yes.
losing off the festival was Nick Murphy (who used to be known as Chet Faker), a talented multi-instrumentalist from Australia.
New this year, the National Capital Commission (NCC) will be offering a shuttle from the Byward Market to Gatineau Park so you can catch the fall foliage in all its glory.
The bands have been going back and forth at each of their venues as to who will get the headlining duties. On this night Obituary closed out the show, bringing one of the heaviest acts the Bronson Centre has seen in a long time.
Simple Plan were celebrating their 15th anniversary as a band in style, reaching all the way back to their first album.
Australian deathcore legends Thy Art Is Murder took to the stage at The Brass Monkey after opening sets from Scar For The Wicked, Ghost Bath and Fallujah.
Terry Steeves: “The magic of her music and voice, and the truthful poetry in her words, stayed with me long after the show had ended. It had been my first exposure to Rose Cousins, and had left me a diehard fan forever.”