NAC Orchestra stands with Ukraine, dedicating two powerful concerts lead by Ukrainian-Finnish Conductor Dalia Stasevska with music by anti-war Russian composer Dmitri Shostakovich on March 9-10.
The Oscars are coming up on March 27. You can catch a bunch of the nominated films at the ByTowne and the Mayfair, plus some gems from the vault and an international film fest. Here are my recommendations from now until March 15.
There are lots of ways to help support struggling businesses downtown — even if you don’t have money to order gift certificates or products with. Go to your favourite business’ social media and like, save, and share their posts to help spread the word. If you can support financially, don’t forget to check ahead if businesses are open and operating fully before heading down!
“If we all work together,” Amber Bramer, Resource Development Manager at Cornerstone Housing for Women (CHFW) says, “we can provide women with safe, supportive housing and end chronic homelessness in Ottawa.” On Feb. 26, 2022, CHFW is holding their third annual Coldest Night of the Year event in Westboro and they’re asking for your help.
Family Day weekend is upon us, but things are still pretty weird around town. Stay safe, support local businesses, and check in on friends and family.
Ramen Isshin is a popular ramen restaurant in the Toronto area, and they are now opening up their first Ottawa location in the Glebe. The ramen restauranteurs talk about what patrons should expect.
After that record snowfall, we’ve got no shortage of events and activities for anyone who loves getting outside and breathing in that frosty fresh air.
A big shoutout to everyone who’s pivoted, clamped down, postponed and reshuffled their plans, events and businesses once again as we try to get through this wave of the pandemic. Don’t forget to check out your fave local businesses and restaurants to see what they’re offering online or as takeout to help them get through this too!
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Watch this space for new playlists daily until December 31, 2021.
Apt613’s annual xmas playlist features songs recorded by artists from or based right here in Ottawa.
It’s the final full weekend before Christmas so if you’ve still got some shopping to do, this is your friendly reminder to get out there! All done shopping? Enjoy one (or all!) of this week’s festive events.
Every first Monday of the month, Apartment613 publishes the coolest #ottarts #ottjobs we hear about. All the best arts and culture gigs in our local network.
The one-day event will take place at Arts Court on December 4.
Apartment613 and Le Pressoir are proud to announce a new partnership offering an opportunity for two journalists and two editors to participate in a paid internship in cultural journalism