Dragon Boat: Half Moon Run, Alan Doyle, Jess Moskaluke, and USS headline free concerts at Mooney’s Bay Park—06.20.19 to 06.23.19
The Ottawa Dragon Boat Festival takes place at Mooney’s Bay Park from June 20–23, 2019. Admission is free.
The show is Toronto-based artist Scott Harber’s first exhibition in his hometown of Ottawa.
A skateboard art fundraiser to Beyond the Pale Brewery on Saturday.
Mid June has arrived, and with it, the warm weather and festivals! This weekend there are so many cool things to do that span a few days or more, that it’s going to be a doozy trying to fit everything in!
Opera doesn’t have to be figured as an elite art that only few can attend, but should rather be pivoted as a beautiful combination of costuming, classical music, and skilled singing.
Reflecting on 10 years of Apartment613: Strength in numbers has allowed the blog to survive, grow, and strive
Apt613 co-founder François Levesque: “When it comes down to it, Apt613 exists because a group of friends believed Ottawa could do better.”
June-uary? Forget that! There’s sunshine in the forecast and plenty to do!
Colin Noden: “My biggest surprise was that this is play has some funny moments… My biggest relief was that it is about people. “
Joshua Soucie: “The Collège catholique Mer Bleue’s refusal to raise the Pride Flag on May 17 is representative of a larger failure on the part of the French Catholic school system.”
It’s all in the name of 6/13, our area code’s champagne bday.
The month of May has just blown by, and this weekend is going to be just as packed as every other weekend since the sun reappeared! The Tulip Festival is officially over, but tulips are still blooming all over the city, making for another colourful spring weekend. Get out there to enjoy them, and check out different corners of the city for some cool happenings.
Given urgency by the emerging zeitgeist, The Omnibus Bill promises to be timely and challenging.
Despite taking no more than 200 square feet, the shop is well equipped to service most types of bicycles.
uOttawa students and the Ottawa Hospital are developing VR applications to help patients through treatment
We spoke with Dr. Justin Sutherland, who is introducing VR at the Ottawa Hospital.
It may have been a tough year to be a Senators fan, but the 67’s ensured it was still a great time to watch hockey in Ottawa.