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Tim Oberholzer as Hedwig. Photo courtesy of The Gladstone Theatre.

Hedwig and the Angry Inch is back by popular demand

90 minutes (no intermission) | Rock Musical | Mature content including explicit sexual and coarse language. “Hedwig’s back by popular demand! 4 nights only. Oct 1st – 4th.” Say the posters, handbills and programs. Well, folks, ALL four nights are SOLD OUT. BUT, you haven’t missed your chance. Vanity Productions and The Gladstone Theatre have […]

Ottawa’s own, The Peptides, perform on the Hill Stage Friday night. All photos by Terry Steeves.

An overview of Folk Fest 2014

September’s Ottawa Folk Fest marks the end of a summer of wonderful outdoor music festivals. Here is an account of its sights and sounds. Wednesday On a slightly cooler than usual September night, I arrived on the grounds as they were just opening. As I entered, workers were just putting the finishing touches on the […]

The Peptides in Concert May 3rd, 2014.
All photos courtesy of: Birgit Oelze.

The PepTides wow in technicolour fashion

The PepTides’s May 3rd pre-album release party for new album Love Question Mark at St Alban’s was a sexy technicolour lucid dream. It was a theatrical performance experience like no other, as this professional outfit puts its mark on Ottawa. The band has fallen into a chasm of synth and is having a dance party […]

Photo by Bonnie Findley.

The PepTides: Enzymatic pop for the pre-apocalypse

Ottawa’s favourite nine-piece art pop band, The PepTides, is back with new tongue-in-cheek dance moves and songs for a new record called Love Question Mark being released May 3rd at St Alban’s Church. As we all live and love in complicated times, reading the latest extremes of cynicism and optimism available in the blogosphere, the […]

Images from left to right: Fur coat from Helene - h, white dress from Flowers & Vintage, shirt from Photos by Esmeralda Smith Romero.

Behind the seams at the Ottawa Vintage Clothing Show

The old-timey fair came to town this past Sunday April 13th in the form of the Ottawa Vintage Clothing Show. However instead of farmers and craftspeople lining up their wooden stalls side by side, open booths were set up in laneways like those I liken to the one behind my grandmother’s garden in Thunder Bay, […]