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En route vers la 2e édition du festival Transistor dans le Vieux-Hull

Catalyseur d’une envolée festive dans le centre-ville de Gatineau  l’an dernier, la première édition du festival Transistor vouée à célébrer la radio numérique s’est avéré un franc succès. Les autorités de la région ont salué l’initiative et soutiennent cette année la deuxième mouture, un autre rendez-vous rassembleur qui a été annoncé en grandes pompes au Troquet. Les organisateurs Julien Morissette et Steven Boivin ont présenté la programmation qui compte près de vingt projets de baladodiffusion qui seront présentés en direct de l’événement.

Apt613 Live for May 10, 2016

This week on Apt613 Live, Michaella Francom chats with two volunteers from the Friends of the Central Experimental Farm: Eric Jones, who takes people on tours and Julianne Labreche, Master Gardener. Listen on:

Apt613 Live for January 26, 2016

This week on Apt613 Live, Michaella interviews two organizers behind Ottawa #popscope – a public astronomy night being hosted throughout the winter at the National Gallery of Canada. Follow them on Facebook to learn about upcoming dates and other events. We also feature music from bands/performers scheduled to play at Megaphono. Tune in to Apt613 […]

Apt613 Live for July 7, 2015

This week on Apt613 Live, our contributor Chrissy Steinbock, chats with The Company of Fools director Catriona Leger. Catriona tells us about how their current play, The Comedy of Errors makes Shakespeare accessible and the inspiration behind the colourful set and costumes. Click here for a rundown of outdoor theatre in Ottawa this summer. We […]

Apt613 Live for June 16, 2015

This week on Apt613 Live contributor Jean McLernon sits down to chat with Island Park Distribution co-owner Martin Conley-Wood to find out what makes them unique.  Plus we’re the fly-on-the-wall for a conversation between Jared Davidson and BIA chair Heather Garrod as they discuss this year’s Glowfair. Music as always throughout the program: we’re giving […]

Apt613 Live for May 19, 2015

Tonight on Apt613 Live our contributor Kabriya Coghlan interviews Sean Xio and Sheena Kalmakova about this year’s Ravenswing Arts & Music Fair taking place Sunday May 24th at Minto Park. Plus we chat with Amy Jenkins about the annual OAG silent auction fundraiser le pARTy which kicks off a new season of supporting local artists […]

Apt613 Live for April 28, 2015

This week on Apt613 Live! Contributor Eric Murphy was on the scene at last week’s Ottawa Zine-Off. We’ve got his conversations with some of the zinesters to find out what makes ‘em tick and what the community is all about here in Ottawa. Coming up this Friday May 1st at Maxwell Bistro you can catch […]

Apt613 Live for April 14, 2015

Hey kids! For students everywhere April marks an incredibly stressful season of final projects, end-of-year exams and praying for deadline extensions.  In essence it’s a one-month period where all of your energy is concentrated on being as creative and brilliant as possible: made all the more challenging when you take into consideration the fact that […]

Apt613 Live for February 10, 2015

Hey kids! In case you haven’t checked your calendars this weekend will be ushered in by one of my favourite special days: Friday 13th!  I don’t normally sidestep ladders, avoid cracks in the sidewalk or throw salt over my shoulder to scare away the devil.  But there’s something delightful about indulging in these little rituals […]

The Gladstone’s Christmas tradition returns

An evening bookended by gifts. But first, a word of advice, O gentle reader, before you enter the theatre: The Gladstone bar is featuring eggnog, with or without Sailor Jerry rum. Order yours before the show for intermission. It’s very popular. The Radio Show has become a Christmas tradition at The Gladstone. As befits a […]

Apt613 Live for Dec. 3, 2014

Hey kids-and welcome to December! I don’t know about you but I’m very excited to flip that page on my calendar (yeah, I’m kickin’ it old-school with an actual paper calendar hanging on my wall).  We’ve arrived at that magical time of year when smiles seem easier, folks seem friendlier, and when gee whiz it’s […]