If you’re looking for a little tranquility within the city, Fletcher Wildlife Garden at 865 Prince of Wales Drive has just that
This weekend is promising a mixed bag of weather, but it also holds a wide variety of activities in and around the city. Movies and music and beer are readily available this weekend, but you don’t have to look very hard for other cool things to tickle your fancy as we all try to jam as much awesomeness as we can into our remaining summer days (and nights).
Operators play Arboretum’s main stage Saturday August 20th at 10pm.
The trio was interviewed on this week’s episode of Apt613 Live, and they talked about mixing fun, power pop songs with important social commentary, their punk roots and influences, and why they’re looking forward to playing at Arboretum Festival this year.
Evening Hymns fans, be prepared to be unprepared. Bonnetta will be introducing the latest incarnation of the band, featuring Caylie Runciman (Boyhood) on drums and vocals and Phil Charbonneau (Scattered Clouds) on bass, keys and samples.
Jona Barr, aka Old Cabin, is a Canadian songwriter who, over the years, has left his home in Whitehorse to tour the country at length.
A discussion panel, “ALL AGES: facing ageism in music,” takes place Wednesday, August 17 at Bar Robo.
As is true of most artists, Mathieu had been drawing his whole life. At seven years old he had already had his first drawing published. When Mathieu graduated from high school, he enrolled in a 2D animation program, after which he began drawing for the Ren & Stimpy Show. In 2003, he left Ren & […]
We’ve just got more snow than we ever thought could fall from the sky in only one day, and, although a lot has melt away nearly as quick as it came, it truly is a winter wonderland out there. The best way to enjoy the season is to go outside and experience the beauty in […]
Friday night was a very significant and special occasion on Albert Island: when Arboretum Festival began welcoming people onto the grounds, it was the first time the island had been used for a public event in over 200 years. An organizer from Arboretum took to the main stage before the performances to tell the crowd […]
Arboretum Festival kicks off this Wednesday and promises to be an intimate music festival, bringing together new and emerging artists from around the region as well as critically acclaimed Canadian artists, all here in Ottawa. The festival will be taking place at two locations: St. Alban’s Anglican Church on Wednesday and Thursday nights and Albert […]
On a sunny summer’s day last month, in a tiny cafe? in the Glebe, I met up with Jade Bergeron of Flying Hórses. When I sat down with Jade last year, she was just planning her trip to Iceland to record her part of the group’s debut album, To?lt. Now she and Raphael Weinroth-Browne are preparing […]
This is going to be a great show. We’ve long understood that we can trust Arboretum. They take things seriously, and when they ask you to show up, it’s probably going to be worth it. We played some Jennifer Castle on Apartment613 Live (our weekly show on CHUO) last week and it was awesome. She’s […]
Editor’s note: All this week Sandro’s been interviewing some of the act appearing at the Arboretum music festival, which ends this Saturday. Today he interviews the Ottawa-based Ouija rockers The Yips. We trudged through the thick, soggy trails; we emerged. We climbed the teetering steps, one by one, and knocked on the oak door adorned with duck feathers. […]
[vimeo width=”600″ height=”450″]http://vimeo.com/97438456[/vimeo] This is the kind of jam packed weekend where there is so much going on, you’re going to wish that you could be in more than one place at once. With both Capital Pride and Arboretum Arts Festival spanning the whole weekend, there is more than enough to keep even the busiest […]