Things are starting to look up for us, Ottawa. Both the days and the Rideau Canal Skateway have gotten longer this week, and we may be on the precipice of a cautious reopening. (Maybe. Don’t quote me.) February is the shortest month of the year, so let’s get through it gracefully, with heart and some optimism for the approaching spring!
Mapped Out Radio airs every Friday from 11:30am to 1pm. Listen live or on-demand at ckcufm.com.
After what has been a rainy week, we are fortunate to have dry skies this weekend and to be able to make the most of one of the final (dare we say it?) weekends of fall. We may not get to enjoy some of the liberties we had before returning to Stage 2 of city shutdowns amidst this global pandemic, but we folks are creative and there is still plenty going on in this fine city.
Due to a construction mishap, the CKCU 93.1FM broadcast tower is offline. In the meantime, you can listen live online and on-demand.
Every first Monday of the month, Apartment613 publishes the coolest #ottarts #ottjobs we hear about.
While recording her CKCU radio show, Pat Moore told Apt613 about her stay-at-home life.
Chris White broadcast the CKCU-FM show Canadian Spaces live from his living room in the Glebe last week, using Facebook Live.
We’ve found ourselves at the end of another rollercoaster week, and nothing warms the spirits (or your hands) like a jam packed weekend of events, shows, and laid back hangs with your nearest and dearest.
Celebrating 40 years, Canadian Spaces on CKCU-FM is now the country’s longest-running folk music radio show
In 1980, it’s founder was told there was not enough Canadian folk music for a show, and that the show would probably end within a few months. Celebrating 40 years, Canadian Spaces on CKCU-FM is now in fact the longest-running folk music show on the radio.
Happy weekend folks! Winterlude may have come and gone, but we’ve still got a few weeks of winter fun to enjoy!
On Saturday morning, turn your dial to 93.1 FM for the inaugural broadcast from Pod613.