The indie rockers were ready to party, proclaiming “We don’t have a show tomorrow, so we can leave it all out on the field!” The crowd was just as prepared, singing and dancing all night long.
Ottawa was one of the last stops on their North American tour, and the sisters had some great stories to tell of their pilgrimage through Canada during the latest snowstorm.
I See Stars brought enough energy to blow a fuse onstage at Zaphod’s.
For more of what’s going on around town, take a look at our event calendar. Don’t forget to tag your photos from this weekend with our #apt613wknd hashtag for a chance to be featured on our Instagram feed!
TIME/FRAME is on at Studio Sixty Six (66 Muriel St) until March 25.
Canadian band Arkells have come a long way from playing to an empty room at Zaphod’s, in 2009, to packing TD Place on a Monday night.
Safia Nolin was only one of the many amazing artists to perform during the MEGAPHONO Festival this past week. Thankfully, Nolin will back in the Ottawa-Gatineau region on April 14 and May 12–13 to perform at Cabaret La Basoche.
More than 1,000 people gathered to create a human chain around the U.S. Embassy in Ottawa today.
No clichés here. Instead, prepare to have “your mind infected.” This was the stated goal and measurement of success for curator Ulysses Castellanos.
All photos by Landon Entwhistle.
You probably already know Ming. He is a champion of music, art, and culture, and brings enthusiasm and fun wherever he goes (which, as it turns out, is a lot of places). At PDA Projects, A Wrinkle In Time pays tribute to a classic children’s book whose themes of displacement and the abuse of power are strikingly […]
When is the last time you saw images of youth in a museum exhibition? Maybe it’s hard for you to recall? That’s probably because it has been a historically rare occurrence in museums.
Were you lucky enough to catch Tory Lanez’s sold-out show at the Bronson Centre?
A galaxy 11 billion light years away? Photographed by an Ottawa amateur astronomer? In his back yard observatory?
This week, Ming’s photos are from an opening party at the Ottawa Art Gallery for the new exhibition, Skate Fast, Die Punk by Ben Jensen and Imogen Reid.