Queen St. Fare is also one of the few food halls popping up across North America with entertainment on the menu.
The Canadiana Project features a series of short web documentaries, each one focusing on a specific story from Canada’s past.
It is already a week into December which means that holiday plans are coming together, final exams are looming, and Christmas music is everywhere. Take some time this weekend to unwind, refocus, and do something neat and out of the box. There is plenty to do that has little or nothing to do with Christmas crafts or carols, so check out something offbeat!
Timsle is a new app that helps people stay accountable and take care of themselves by connecting with friends known as accountability buddies.
The Ottawa music scene is undergoing a slow revolution to more clearly and firmly establish itself as a place where misfits of all kinds—not just the white, cisgender, straight ones—can feel safe and welcome.
This week, Asim and I met in the Carlingwood Mall to relive our childhoods and take in the holiday festivities.
Apartment613’s Screening Party is happening at Arts Court Theatre on Friday November 30 at 8pm.
Ask any local about their favourite neighbourhood in Ottawa and there’s a very solid chance that Hintonburg will fall somewhere in their top three.
Shelter Movers is a volunteer-based organization that offers a free moving and storage service for women and children escaping abusive living situations.
The Apt613 Screening Party is at Arts Court Theatre on Friday November 30. All event proceeds will fund 613TV productions in 2019.
The snow has arrived and the reality that winter is here is setting in. While the frigid temperatures may have you wanting to stay inside, hibernating and watching Netflix all weekend, there is plenty to do just beyond your doorstep—if you are willing to brave the cold!
Mauno are performing at Irene’s on Friday, November 23.
Gordon Lightfoot played at the National Arts Centre on November 18, 2018.
Shad returns to Ottawa for a show at 27 Club on November 22.
This is the festival’s 33rd year in Ottawa and while a lot has changed over the years perhaps this year’s biggest change will be in the venue.