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The one-day event will take place at Arts Court on December 4.
The Art House Café is a perennial Somerset Street fave, and we love them even more now that we know they have a partially covered and heated patio that they plan to keep open for as long as possible into this cooler season.
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Celebrated indie band Fleece formed in Montreal and are now based in Toronto. Last night’s show was the first stop of their tour in support of their most recent album, Stunning and Atrocious.
Sure, the weather is cooler and the trees are getting bare, but there are plenty of activities to keep you warm and also to get you ready for the holidays — which will be here before you know it!
We are picking four lucky cinema lovers to enjoy the EUFF amazing film selection.
Dance lovers—have you been missing live performances? Then don’t miss the chance to see two new modern dance pieces this week at La Nouvelle Scène from Nov. 11 to 13, 2021.
Ran out of movies on Netflix? Don’t worry, the Ottawa Canadian Film Festival has you covered. The festival features local films and can be streamed for a small fee. Here, Catherine Horsley highlights her top local picks.
Ottawa gained the moniker “Liverpool of the North” for its robust rock ‘n’ roll scene in the 1950s and 60s. Longtime rock radio DJ Jim Hurcombe looks back on the original rock scene in his book Rockin’ on the Rideau: Ottawa’s Golden Age of Rock and Roll.