by Skye Walker Skye Walker is one of Apt613’s correspondents at United Way Ottawa. With its Community Builder Award program, United Way Ottawa honours Ottawa’s outstanding volunteers: the organizations, partnerships, agencies, neighbourhood groups and individuals who work tirelessly to make our city a better place for everyone. What kind of person starts to mobilize a […]
Studio Sixty Six is having its first group exhibition of 2019 from January 11 to March 3. Titled Land and Memory, this exhibition brings together some of the gallery’s most passionate contemporary artists who share the love of landscape and the natural world.
Apt613’s Librarian-in-Residence gives a snapshot of what adult Ottawans were interested in reading in 2018.
After a successful sellout run at Ottawa Fringe, Lungs is back.
Stephen Bierbrier provides an overview of the best local tobogganing hills, updated for the new year.
Exhibition: Discover how animals adapt to survive at Museum of Nature’s Survival of the Slowest—until 04.22.19
The Canadian Museum of Nature has unveiled a number of rare, exciting and delightful animals, reptiles, birds and arachnids for their Survival of the Slowest exhibition.
The local beer scene keeps getting bigger and better.
John Carroll and The Primary Colours are set to begin Sunday evening residency at Irene’s for the entire month of January.
This biennial awards program showcases the best in Canadian urban design with winning projects from Charlottetown to Vancouver, and is entirely free.
It’s the first weekend of 2019, so Happy New Year friends! I hope your holidays were fulfilling and peaceful, however you chose to spend them. For many of us, getting back into the Monday to Friday grind is a struggle, so have no fear – the weekend is already here! Whether you are taking on the fresh year with gusto and looking to jam pack your weekend with cool things, or just needing to get out of the house between naps and laundry, we’ve got you covered.