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Ottawa Pops Orchestra brings video game music to life—postponed to June 3 and 4 at Centrepointe Theatre
On June 3 and 4, Meridian Centrepointe Theatres is proud to present the Ottawa Pops Orchestra’s Video Game Symphony, where video game enthusiasts will have the opportunity to listen to their favourite songs from classic video games, and more.
Opening the night was Joe Sumner, Sting’s son.
Although his projects are stylistically diverse, Stefan Jurewicz’s musical identity emerges from each one through a poignant lyrical style that never shies away from gut-punching emotion. This lyricism translates into bold yet introspective prose in Jurewicz’s debut novel, Lemon, published in early 2022.
Parle began in the early days of the pandemic as a venture called Viet Fresh by owner David Wen, but operated under an umbrella business called Casper Kitchen. With the shutdowns and periodic indoor dining restrictions over the past two years, the Casper Kitchen brand has been able to enjoy massive success due to its delivery-focused model, which allowed Viet Fresh to “go solo” and open their own dine-in location, Parle.
You can now register your Ottawa garden for the 2022 Ottawa’s Best Home Garden contest!
Laura and Samara spend their days as non-profit unicorns and fill every spare minute exploring the world of musical theatre as BFFs (that’s Broadway Friends Forever). Follow @bffs613 on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. What happens when five young people are trapped together after the world has been destroyed by nuclear war? Written by Harley Wegner, […]
Montreal-based musician and artist An Laurence is set to release her debut album Almost Touching on May 20. Her three-city preview kicked off with a show in Ottawa at Red Bird Live on May 3. I spoke with her about her upcoming debut album and launch tour.
The great weather is here and there’s so much to take in this weekend! Whether it’s a great community walk, music, local vendor markets, a sports match or even the stars above, there’s plenty no matter what you’re in the mood for. Enjoy it safely and let us know what you get up to! Ongoing/all […]
May 3 marked the opening night of the 24th annual Youth Infringement Festival (YIF), presented at Arts Court Theatre. Run entirely by young people throughout its history, YIF has presented over 150 new plays by writers under 25 years old.