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Weekend Roundup: Quoi faire?

Soccer or holiday markets — that’s the offering this weekend in Ottawa, folks! Ok maybe there are a few other things on the go… read on for all the details and let us know what you’re getting up to in the comments! 

Apt613 is launching our first-ever Patreon campaign!

You may or may not know but Apt613 is a non-profit organization run by volunteers and a small hard-working editorial and management team. The goal of our first-ever Patreon campaign is to provide more and better-paid opportunities for our current staff as well as for new positions at Apt613.

Local dancers thrilled to perform in The Nutcracker on NAC stage

For more than a century, The Nutcracker ballet has captivated audiences around the world. From December 1-4, Ottawans can enjoy this timeless tradition, as Les Grands Ballets Canadiens bring their version of this Christmas classic to the National Arts Centre. We interviewed several young local dancers in the ballet to highlight their talents.

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Catch Dear Rouge at Bronson Centre Music Theatre tonight

Dear Rouge have been making up for lost time in 2022. Ever since it’s become safe (okay, safer) to get together and enjoy live music again, the Vancouver-based married duo of Drew and Danielle McTaggart have been relentlessly touring, first with a handful of shows, including opening for Vance Joy in Toronto and Vancouver, as […]

Take a walk through the art museums of Elgin Street

Across Ottawa, on sidewalks, in parks, and next to buildings, are art museums hidden in plain sight. Most people don’t think of public art this way, which is why Apt613 is launching this Art Walks series to highlight outdoor art in the city. We begin with the sculptures on Elgin Street.