Ottawa-based, award-winning photographer John Healey spent his first 100 days of March 2020 lockdown downloading anonymous x-rays of COVID-19 patients from the web and post-producing them to create a collection of art pieces, helping us humanize the pandemic.
Ottawa jazz musician and leader of the Ottawa Jazz Orchestra Adrian Cho has created a system that lets musicians in different locations (and us in the audience!) see and hear each other play live. It’s called Syncspace.
Beau’s All Natural Brewing has established itself through the years as a tourism draw for its hometown Vankleek Hill and has an excellent reputation for social events like Oktoberfest and St. Patrick’s Day. Obviously, these highly sociable parties have been put on hold. So how does the brewery continue to make an impact?
Enter a new tradition – Trick or Trash. The idea is simple – it’s a Halloween-costumed cleanup anywhere in Canada where there is pollution. Unfortunately, it’s not difficult to find places across Ottawa or Canada in need of a cleanup.
October’s Awesome Ottawa award goes to David Narbaitz and Jesse Burcsik to support their facilitation of COVID-safe hugs in the city.
United Way East Ontario and Apartment613 are teaming up once again to celebrate eight more remarkable Community Builders making a huge difference during the COVID-19 pandemic. Over the coming week, Apartment613 will share stories about these eight new inductees, so stay tuned on our blog and social media for posts about each winner.
If you’re planning a visit to any of Ottawa’s museums or galleries, be sure to visit the museum’s website to book your tickets and learn about the new safety measures in place before you head out.
Much has been made of farmer’s markets not faring too well in the age of social distancing. Chris Penton of Beechwood Market is here to tell a happier story.
Whether we like it or not, COVID-19 is here for a while longer and this is our new normal.
Organizers of the annual festival have decided Capital Pride’s 2020 Grand Marshals will be healthcare workers who are helping our community through the COVID-19 pandemic.
This year marks Ottawa burlesque troupe Capital Tease’s 10th anniversary. Measures to combat the COVID-19 pandemic have affected Capital Tease’s regular performances, but they quickly moved their performances online through Zoom.
Ottawa photographer Kelly McDonald takes us on a tour of the Ornamental Gardens at the Central Experimental Farm.
The show is keeping its time slot but shifting to broadcast every third Friday of the month. Tune to timekode.tv at 10PM tonight
Corner Peach is about to become a Corner Store, selling prepared meals, bread, wine, and their popular casse-croute menu.
An Ottawa-made film plays at Manitoba’s Gimli Film Festival on Thursday, July 23, live streamed as a part of GFF’s short films program.