The Art House Café officially opened on Friday, February 10 in a beautifully restored 140 year-old building across from Dundonald Park.
This week on Apt613 Live, Michaella interviews mentalist Jaymes White, who does a spooky cold reading on her! White recently made some predictions about the future here in Ottawa, which were written on slips of paper, sealed in an envelope, placed in a tin, and then baked into a loaf of bread, currently on display […]
Ottawa hip hop group Poetic Elements will be releasing their first EP this week. I had a chance to chat with the guys about the route to performing and recording hip hop here in our city. The story of Poetic Elements begins back in 2006, when Khaleefa ApollotheChild Hamdan and Curtis Masai Nyarko were in […]
Disaster stories was the theme of April’s (un)told event, hosted by the Ottawa StoryTellers at the Daily Grind on April 28. (un)told is a monthly event. Story tellers stand in front of the group and tell a five minute long original story. Stories ranged from a rock climbing fall to a sweet old lady innocently destroying a pair […]
Every year Apartment613 works with Jane’s Walk Ottawa – a festival of free neighbourhood walking tours – to give a tour of an area where we love to hang. We pull together some of the business owners we know (and some we want to know better) and ask them the sorts of questions we’d ask if we were interviewing them […]
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SxeO01eZl0U[/youtube] From his show on Saturday Feb 16th. The house was packed, and Greilsammer delivered some haunting violin playing, singing in French, Hebrew and English alongside his wife Shimrit. These guys can sing. They’re leaving Ottawa on the 28th, but for now we have their talent to enjoy. Also, this video begins with an impromptu cover […]
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z4IzE4vy9Yk[/youtube] I went into my interview with Michael Greilsammer knowing nothing. I came out in absolute confusion. First of all, why hadn’t I heard of this guy? He’s famous in Israel; he’s won that country’s version of the Oscar (called the Ophir, if I recall correctly), and he makes some pretty exceptional music (for more […]