Ottawa’s The Band Whose Name is a Symbol (TBWNIS) is like that neighborhood diner you’ve walked past a thousand times, the one that’s all history and character, the one that stands out amongst the flashy up-and-comers because it does what it does with a lot of heart and looks after their own. Since forming in […]
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Odyssey Theatre is kicking off the 31st season of Theatre Under the Stars in Strathcona Park with a brand new adaptation of Carlo Goldini’s The Servant of Two Masters.
Bryan Ferry’s set was the cherry on top of the Bluesfest sundae.
Four-piece funk/soul/rock sensations, The Lionyls, have been performing non-stop. In just three short years, The Lionyls have managed to carve out what looks to be a very bright future.
The app will match a user to a therapist or coach, showing their rating and expertise, with the capability to text and even video calls via FaceTime. A prototype of the app is ready and will soon launch a trial program in two communities.
The Bluesfest grounds were turned into an enormous outdoor dance club on Saturday night, when a massive crowd gathered in front of the City Stage for legendary UK new wave/pop giants Duran Duran.
Thunder hit the Bluesfest grounds on Friday night. Not in the way of weather, but in the bolt of power the LA funk-rock aficionados, Red Hot Chili Peppers unleashed on the sold out crowd.
An army of long-time Lindsay Ferguson fans gathered on the lawn in front of Monster Stage to relish in the magic of her music.
Jesse Greene conclusively gives lie to the notion that there’s no blues at Bluesfest.