Trained in jazz ballet at the Montreal Jazz Dance Academy and then at the West Can Folk Performing Company in Montreal, Suzan is an accomplished artist and a seasoned teacher and choreographer. She recently appeared on CTV News Ottawa and will be offering workshops through MASC’s online program and the National Arts Centre’s #CanadaPerforms.
Tesia Bryski is a Registered Psychotherapist, teacher, and forever student of mindfulness and meditation in Ottawa.
Dr. Xuhua Xia, of the University of Ottawa’s Biology Department, recently published a paper about the transmission of COVID-19 which was widely-covered but also misrepresented by most media sources.
Interview: Ryan Dahle’s Limblifter is touring the 20th anniversary vinyl release of Bellaclava—03.07.20 at 27 Club
Limblifter return to Ottawa after a twelve year absence. They’re playing The 27 Club on Saturday, March 7.
Tim Brodhead is widely recognized as an innovator and thought leader from his early days as a volunteer overseas to his role as an Ottawa Community Foundation board member.
As executive director of Sustainable Eastern Ontario, Kristina Inrig spends her time creating and nurturing partnerships to support sustainability activities.
When writing her latest book, Making Our Way Home: The Great Migration and the Black American Dream, Imani knew she wanted to discuss colourism and women’s roles in different social movements.
Half Moon Run is performing at TD Place on Friday, January 31.
Nine years after its debut, Flight Distance’s classic album Bad Information is seeing a limited vinyl release.
Adrian started out his creative journey with jazz. His last full time gig was ‘Director of Getting Shit Done’ at Shopify. Now he’s starting a wildlife photography service.
Tom Green returns to Ottawa for a New Year’s Eve comedy special.
Zoë Argiopoulos-Hunter promotes shows under the moniker of First Crush Promotion, a one-woman promotion company and radio show.
This Saturday, Kellylee Evans will be serenading her devoted Ottawa fans with a combination of Christmas classics, new holiday standards and a couple of her own creations.
“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.