Felfrost is the Ottawa chapter of Amtgard and meets every Sunday, 1pm at Hogs Back park. Amtgard is a FREE North American wide Live Action Roleplaying Game (LARP) centred around Medieval fighting and magic. You can find more information about our group at the web side felfrost.ca or search for Felfrost on Facebook.
This week on Apt613 Live, host Josh Lemoine interviews Fury FC President John Pugh about what the move to USL means for the future of pro soccer in Ottawa, and talks with RedBlacks lineman (and Ottawa native) Alex Mateas, ahead of their East Division final later this month.
Since the Panda Game returned in 2013, after a 15 year hiatus, the game has regained much of its former glory. Last year, 17,956 fans packed TD Place, the most since 20,000 people watched the 1987 edition.
On his road from a Portuguese fishing town to TD Place.
Mad Tom is on a mission. The Eddies are in his way. You don’t want to get in his way. In directly related news, Sunday is an Ottawa Fury FC gameday! FC Edmonton is undefeated in four games. They’re on a three game winning streak. They’re coming off a statement win on Sunday against the […]
We spoke with John Pugh, President of Ottawa Fury FC, and the man responsible for bringing professional soccer to Ottawa. Apt613: Where did you grow up? A place called Hereford, it’s on the border between England and Wales, Pugh is a Welsh name. It’s famous for Bulmer’s Cider and Strongbow, and obviously Hereford cattle. What […]
Listen here or in iTunes. Katie and Karen held it down in the studio this week. They started the show off with the first in a recurring series of chats about local politics. This week’s iteration brought news that Ottawa’s Planning Committee has approved a 45-story tower called Icon that is slotted for Little Italy. […]
From February 8 to 10, 48 of the world’s best outdoor curlers (or at least 48 men who knew the event was taking place and were crazy enough to sign up), gathered at the Dalhousie Lake Curling Club for the 21st playing of the unofficial World Outdoor Curling Championships. Calling The Lake a curling club is akin […]
Winter in Ottawa is cold. The weather office just informed me that the wind chill over the next day will bring temperatures down to a frightening -35 degrees. But we’ve all learned to dress for the worst. And the people at City Hall and the NCC appear to be doing what they can to distract […]