Hey Kids! This week on Apt613 Live we chat with Erin Hearty about Lansdowne’s recently opened Farmers Market and the importance of giving farmers a year-round space to connect with the people who love their food! Plus lots of music from some of the folks you can catch performing on stages across the city as […]
Self-described as a casual premium restaurant, Joey Lansdowne nails the delicate balance of comfort versus class. The eatery officially opened its doors this past Saturday, April 11th, further establishing the new Lansdowne area as a blossoming foodie mecca. Joey Lansdowne is just one of many Joey establishments across the country. It is a franchise that […]
They’re the face paintin’, flag wavin’, hootin’ and hollerin’ fans on the Southside upper deck at RedBlacks games. You may have seen them. They’re called the Southsiders, and they’re a part of Ottawa football history. The Southsiders are, in essence, an Ottawa football fan club. Started in 1980 by Southsiders President for Life Byron Smith […]
The parade route will start at noon, at the corner of Bank St. and Pretoria Ave, and will continue down Bank Street and into Lansdowne Park.
Day of Pink Gala on April 12 is an evening celebrating and marking the international day of pink to welcome diversity and raise awareness to eliminate homophobia, transphobia, transmisogyny, and all forms of bullying.
With so much going on, deciding what to do can be hard. We hope we can help you out with that, in offering you this weekend’s lengthy list of highlights.
On Thursday night, Jenn Grant is performing at CityFolk Festival in Lansdowne Park.
Terry Steeves: “…a little bit of historical Canadiana magic.”
If you want to catch a glimpse of how we’ll live, work and travel in the not-so-far-away future, head down to Lansdowne Park this weekend.
Interview: Ottawa Fury FC’s Bruce Grobbelaar on a disappointing season and prospects of a Canadian Premier League
We’ve found out how and why Liverpool FC goalkeeping legend Bruce Grobbelaar came to Ottawa.
Night number one of Ottawa’s Grey Cup Concert Series at TD Place Arena offered up some Canada’s best country music artists. There was something for everyone from the knee-slapping, hand-clapping classic forms to the realms of rock, pop, soul, and hip-hop influences.
Unikkaaqtuarniq: Stories from the North is screening from 6–9pm, February 1–4 outside of the Aberdeen Pavilion in Lansdowne Park (1525 Princess Patricia Way). Dress for the weather. Admission is free.