Catch Shawn Tavenier and Nick Gauthier every Wednesday night from 8:30pm-midnight at the Highlander Pub.
Blind date with a book: An independent Ottawa bookstore is thriving on the sale of novels wrapped in brown paper
The small storefront faces the Centretown United Church and sits next to Wilf & Ada’s Diner, where its wall-to-wall niche collection of books, records and memorabilia has been attracting customers since 2013.
Dear Rouge play at the Ottawa Ice Dragon Boat Festival as part of the free concert series February 8 and 9.
Ottawa’s Amy and Kjell Wooding are developing a story-based learning app that is in the running for a major international prize.
SHE BIZ is an online marketplace that connects women with women-led business, with a particular focus on women who are newcomers in Ottawa and women in trades.
Patrick Watson returns to Ottawa as part of the NAC Presents new Sessions Series for a one-night only collaboration with the NAC Orchestra.
John Carroll and The Primary Colours are set to begin Sunday evening residency at Irene’s for the entire month of January.
Nour Hadidi performs at the 8th Annual New Year’s Eve Comedy Night at the Shenkman Arts Centre on December 31.
Rainbow New Beginnings is one of many local organizations in Ottawa helping to welcome LGBTQ+ newcomers. This fall, they hosted a fundraiser with a screening of Mr. Gay Syria.
Obscura Creative’s Vs.: Women in Combat Sports follows amateur female combat sports athletes from the region
Obscura Creative is a collective that focuses on local, grassroots storytelling. This year, they created Vs.: Women in Combat Sports, a six-part documentary series following 12 amateur female combat sports athletes from the Ottawa-Gatineau region.
Digi60 Film Fest creates opportunities for Ottawa’s new and emerging filmmakers—12.20.18 to 12.23.18
The Digi60 Filmmakers’ Festival creates opportunities for the city’s new and emerging filmmakers. It takes place December 20-23.
Stars will be performing at the NAC with a 90-piece orchestra, a first for the band.
Queen St. Fare is also one of the few food halls popping up across North America with entertainment on the menu.
Timsle is a new app that helps people stay accountable and take care of themselves by connecting with friends known as accountability buddies.
Local musician Lucas Haneman wanted to play the guitar since he could talk.