This week on Apt613 Live, host Josh Lemoine interviews NCC CEO Mark Kristmanson, and Fury FC defenceman Eddie Edward.
Maple Hill celebrate twenty years as a band with a new album of covers and originals.
Socially-conscious fashion lovers, this one’s for you: On October 26, the second annual Metamorphosis fashion show organized by EcoEquitable will take place at the Horticulture Building at Lansdowne. The event highlights the work of emerging Ottawa clothing designers working with sustainable and recycled materials. EcoEquitable is a registered charity that provides employment and skill development […]
Canada’s beloved national showcase for the performing arts, the National Arts Centre, is undergoing both an internal and external transformation, the first largest redevelopment of the building in its almost 50-year existence.
Consultations on the City of Ottawa’s 2017 Budget are upon us, and this year, the City and others are trying some new tools for engagement.
Brian Carroll: “Let no one say that Plosive Productions doesn’t take chances. Starting with the draped white tunnel leading from the foyer to the theatre, there is the promise of a new and different experience.”
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.
Currently on a cross-Canada tour, Ria Mae appears October 15th at the National Arts Centre Studio—an intimate venue she has never played before—along with percussionist Chuck Bucket and bassist/keyboardist Chris Wong.
On Wednesday night, Ottawans got to enjoy a bountiful harvest of outstanding organic foods, wine, and beer, in a culinary event known as Feast of Fields
Have you ever walked into an art gallery and thought “Man, that artist’s work is awesome, someone should give them a prize”?