We connected with guitarist Steve Mazur on how things have been going with the band of late.
Catch Dear Rouge early Friday evening as they hit the City Stage at 5:45PM.
We caught up with keyboardist and former Carleton University student Dave Ritter.
One of the best kept secrets in Ottawa festivals is the annual Hopped and Confused hosted by Mill Street Brewpub each August. The cozy location boasts some amazing elements that most of the big festivals can only wish for: an intimate setting where you can get up close to the stage, a full service restaurant in addition to the outdoor booths (which includes a taqueria this year!), a massive selection of craft beer, as well as a selection of Brickworks Ciderhouse, and maybe most importantly: indoor washrooms!
Urban Planner Stan Leinwand is the National Capital Commission’s Acting Director, Sustainable Development and Environmental Services. His role at the Lab is to staff the internal steering committee, brainstorm ideas for the space, and coordinate speakers for their speaker series.
Fans can expect an intriguing setlist this weekend as The Beaches bring their brand of upbeat rock to an intimate stage at Neat Coffee Shop.
Liz Clarke is a 2019 Trailblazer Award winner, was shortlisted for the 2018 Impact HUB Ottawa Social Impact awards, just opened a social enterprise called Freedx, made a mixed-media documentary about being black at Bluesfest called Air Force Blacks … and that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
Celebrating 25 years since its original debut, Alegría not only helped define the company’s signature style, it also paved the way for its worldwide expansion.
Moving from Centretown to Little Italy was a tough decision for the duo, but one step inside the new store and you’ll feel the true experience they had been aiming for.
HOPE Volleyball Summerfest is hosting Elijah Woods X Jamie Fine, The Beaches and Hollerado. Read on for an interview with Hollerado frontman Menno Versteeg.
HOPE Volleyball Summerfest is hosting Elijah Woods X Jamie Fine, The Beaches and Hollerado. Read on for an interview with The Beaches.
As usual, Saturdays are chock-full of artists, both local and beyond, with the prime focus on some of the biggest names in hip-hop history on the main stage.
“Two things make us really lucky: one, when we get together, we can still manage to write a few songs, which is nice, since we like writing songs and making records. And people still want to come see us. We don’t take that for granted.”
An interview with The Glorious Sons (9:30pm headliners) and roundup of the unmissable shows on Day 3 of Bluesfest.
Chef Jason McLelland wants to support families through offering free meals and free cooking classes.