Hungry Babe is a vegan prepared foods company that specializes in filling, yummy lunches for folks in Ottawa. They’re striving to be food positive and fat positive in the kitchen and out in the world.
MASC is launching the first virtual edition of the MASC Young Authors and Illustrators Festival (MYAIF). Students in grades six to eight will take part in literary events and creative workshops as well as work with the authors and illustrators of their choice.
We are under stay-at-home orders for yet another weekend here in Ottawa and, while we are not able to go out on the town like we once were, there are still ways to make the most of the weekend while staying safely indoors or adventuring in the outdoors while remaining close to home.
Today, when she’s not performing, Kellylee teaches and speaks about her journey to recovery by sharing her inspiring story.
This week’s arrangement is a tune from the 1990’s cult-classic David Lynch series, Twin Peaks.
Voting is now open for three Capital Music Award categories to be decided by the public.
Eric Coates: “The minute that GCTC welcomes people back inside, and everyone’s abuzz with excitement to be back and to meet the new artistic director, I will be there to celebrate and to say thank you one more time. In person.”
Andrea Mueller makes small, important jewelry. From her workbench, she creates engagement rings, redesigns heirloom gems, and fabricates earrings that brighten and bring meaning to their wearer’s daily lives. Mueller’s clients have given her a unique perspective into Ottawa’s changing relationship with gold and silver: she is frequently called upon to remake old or inherited […]
This week in the Future of Ottawa series, we’re taking a deep dive into Ottawa’s dance scene—what it’s like now and where it’s headed. Read on for a guest post from Cathy Levy on the future of dance creators at the National Arts Centre.
The winning entry will receive a $1,000 CAD prize. Two other honorable mentions will receive $250 each.