Kenneth IngramCommunity Writer
An adventurer at heart, Kenneth Ingram is a talented researcher, writer, and photographer who bridges the gap between classic journalism and multimedia storytelling of today. With a predominant focus on human-interest stories, Ken has been a regular contributor to Apt613 since 2013. His work has also appeared in The Boston Globe, The Phnom Penh Post, CBC Radio and others.
Here are a few apps and life hacks for the next time you’re at a grocery store in Ottawa.
Canada’s first virtual reality escape room opens in Ottawa, Friday June 9.
A new Kanata escape room pits two teams against each another, solving puzzles in near-identical rooms at the same time.
Our contributor attempts an escape from The Brewmaster’s Office, the new Beau’s Brewery room at Escape Manor
If the pressure of escaping from a psychiatric institution or fleeing murderers or zombies in your free time sounds like a bit much, Beau’s Brewery offers a lighter theme (and a refreshing change of pace) for escape room enthusiasts in Ottawa.
60 minutes | Comedy, Solo | Mature British storyteller Gerard Harris takes advantage of the hour to skillfully cast himself as a guy who is down on his luck in A Tension to Detail. Self-described as disadvantaged because he’s a white, middle-aged, heterosexual man, Harris gives the audience plenty of reasons to feel bad for […]
60 minutes | Comedy, Musical | Mature Sh!t I’m in Love With You Again is a one-hour autobiographical musical comedy performed by Rachelle Elie, an award-winning veteran of Fringe who debuted at Ottawa’s 2001 festival. New costumes and a revamped set design distinguish her show from last year, yet the adult theme remains unchanged as […]
Star Trek postage stamps are being unveiled at secret locations across the country between now and throughout May. Each spot will have a Canadian connection to the science-fiction franchise and fans in Ottawa – likely bursting with excitement that’s akin to a warp core breach – have a lot to look forward to. Boldly going […]
Offering a brief glimpse into the lives of people who identify as LGBTQ in Ottawa, a new video initiative is gaining momentum and it’s not too late to help out. Created by Fangliang Xu, a freelance videographer and photographer based in Ottawa, Identity Blossoming is a project she began last summer after graduating from the […]