#NightWalks613 is an ongoing photography series by Jason Fournier that documents Ottawa neighbourhoods at night during the course of 2020.
Ottawa independent art space Possible Worlds crowdfunds to support move from Chinatown to Hintonburg
Possible Worlds is moving to Hintonburg, and running a crowdfunding campaign to support these efforts to expand its space and programming, after five years based in Ottawa’s Chinatown.
More than 40 businesses in Wellington West and Hintonburg took part in the 2019 Holiday Window Display Contest.
You may have noticed some shifts in the 613 yoga landscape over the last year. Rama Lotus closed. Soul Speak opened. Rideau Sports Centre built a hot yoga studio. Yogatown opened a third studio in Barrhaven. The Gatineau Yoga Coop opened its doors too.
Ask any local about their favourite neighbourhood in Ottawa and there’s a very solid chance that Hintonburg will fall somewhere in their top three.
Where to find the fresh stuff this summer, mapped by neighbourhood.
Jane’s Walk is a festival of free walking tours happening Ottawa-Gatineau on May 5 and 6, 2018
The city is touting these zoning changes as impetus for the development of local-serving small businesses along the street. The changes will lift the restriction on commercial zoning to allow for small-scale mixed-use zoning, meaning that small businesses will be now permitted to set up shop along Armstrong next to residential homes and apartments.
With spring just around the corner, new shops, stores and specialized services are sprouting all along Wellington West in Hintonburg, and pleasing residents with new opportunities to rediscover this vibrant and unique neighbourhood. At first glance walking by Fabrications, an established fabric boutique and sewing studio located at 1018 Wellington West, it may not be […]
Maker House Co., a must for those shopping for unique locally made goods, celebrated their first year in business. In true entrepreneurial fashion, the retail business “celebrated” by revamping the store and using their holiday to build new shelves to hold even more Ottawa-crafted goods. Gareth Davies, the company’s founder, came to Ottawa via his […]
After years making and selling clever t-shirts through his company Winged Beasts Outfitters, Prentice’s craft is moving off of our chests and onto our walls.
Leaps of faith, falls from grace, head over heels in love—we often talk about success and failure, and the risks we take in getting there, using this kind of language.
Meat Press Creative Charcuterie and Sandwich Shop will celebrate its first year in business on October 2.
“There’s too much talent out there for us to be wasting our time on the same music that the radio plays over and over again.”
“That initial brainstorm, 3 years ago, was the most brilliant I idea I had in 4-5 years: helping people get local craft beer to their house.