Looking for something to watch this holiday season? Check out Barbara Popel’s latest picks for the must-see films playing at the Mayfair and ByTowne during the first half of December.
This 1937-39 photo series featuring Ottawa intersections was shot by the Canadian Government Motion Picture Bureau (CGMPB) on behalf of the Department of Public Works, which was assembling the compilation for Jacques Gréber, author of the infamous Gréber Plan that reshaped Ottawa.
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!
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November’s Awesome Ottawa award goes to Will Webb, Jeff Bardell, and Eric Isa—also known as The Digging Dudes—to support their efforts to bring the past back to the future, one treasure at a time.
On November 30, Impact Hub Ottawa, a unique community, co-working, and gathering space in downtown Ottawa, will bring together community and board members, alumni, funders, and local stakeholders to celebrate a shared decade of community, collaboration, and impact.
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.
Rescued: A Painted Story is the first solo exhibition by painter Clare Thorbes, now exhibited at Happy Goat Coffee, 317 Wilbrod St. in Sandy Hill until December 15.
A group of Iranian-Canadians in Ottawa-Gatineau who call themselves “Zan, Zendegi, Azadi” (meaning “Woman, Life, Freedom”) hope to amplify the voices of protestors through art and photography with an exhibition at City Hall this weekend titled Call it Revolution.
It’s been 14 years since Ottawa-born, Brooklyn-based musician Peter Kiesewalter played his hometown, but he returns Dec. 3 with a new multimedia show, The Moth Project.
If you’re a fan of Sherlock Holmes, mysteries and/or comedies, check out Ken Ludwig’s Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery presented by the ITR Theatre Company from November 25-27 and December 2-4.
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 […]
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.