“One thing’s for sure, we feel like we’re playing better than we ever used to.”
UK via Toronto songwriter BANNERS will be playing The 27 Club.
Interview: Astrophysicist and science communicator Nathalie Ouellette—free talk 12.06.19 at Canada Aviation and Space Museum
Apartment613 interviewed Dr. Ouellette about her upcoming talk at the Canada Aviation and Space Museum.
A grassroots team of runners made the trek around Ottawa’s 360 kilometre perimeter. While the team expected to take 30 hours to finish the race, they finished in exactly…
Longtime fans of the band will be excited to know the setlist includes a complete performance of Moist’s debut album, Silver, including hits the band had never played live before this tour.
The tenants at Makerspace North have organized an escape room experience until November 10.
Apt613 readers should be familiar with Burnstown’s Neat Coffee Shop by now, and if you’ve taken our advice and seen a show there, you know the intimate stage is tailor-made for acoustic shows.
An interview with Carmen Rush, local historian of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada—10.04.19 talk at the Canadian Aviation and Space Museum
Carmen Rush will present her talk about Charles Messier during the next meeting of the Ottawa Centre of the RASC at the Canada Aviation and Space Museum, Friday October 4th at 7:30pm.
National Arts Centre Orchestra celebrates 50 years of music with concerts, free activities and a gala—09.30.19 to 10.05.19
To celebrate 50 years of the National Arts Centre Orchestra, there is a host of both concert events and free activities set to take place between September 30th and October 5th.
CityFolk may have come and gone this month, but there’s still great folk music coming to town this month, capped off with Cape Breton’s Jimmy Rankin gracing the stage at the Algonquin Commons Theatre this Friday night, September 27th.
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.