We’ve made it to the final post in our best of #ottmusic weekly 2020 playlist series.
Lists of ‘best things’ in Ottawa, like ‘best skiing’, best restaurants, best bars, best dance parties, best bands, best hood, etc.
If you time this playlist right—starting at 11:19pm on NYE—you’ll be bumping to Blakdenim and then slow dancing to Slack Bridges when the clock strikes midnight.
For the final VOTW entry in 2020, we thought to revisit an oldie but a goodie. We’ve compiled the stats in Google Analytics to zero in on the most popular post this year.
In this final week of 2020 we’re thrilled to share Apt613’s #ottmusic selects in five “Best Of” playlists.
This is the “Best Of 2020” playlist for you if you are into rap, hip hop, spoken word, and r&b.
Comforting music that warms your soul, heals your heart and feels like sitting in front of a fireplace wrapped in a fleece blanket. A hug in a song. Explore the gentle songs of 2020 from Ottawa’s singer-songwriters.
Watch this space for new playlists daily until January 1, 2021.
These were the best new restaurants, cafés and bars of a decade: 2009–2019.
Vote from the short list or cast a write-in ballot.
Vote for your favourite new Ottawa bar since 2009.
Vote for your favourite new café in Ottawa-Gatineau since 2009.
Vote for your favourite new restaurant in Ottawa-Gatineau since 2009.
You may have noticed some shifts in the 613 yoga landscape over the last year. Rama Lotus closed. Soul Speak opened. Rideau Sports Centre built a hot yoga studio. Yogatown opened a third studio in Barrhaven. The Gatineau Yoga Coop opened its doors too.
Stephen Bierbrier provides an overview of the best local tobogganing hills, updated for the new year.
After Canada 150, Ottawa proved that it could keep the momentum going in 2018 with plenty of festivals, new openings, and a constant flow of picturesque views.