This week in the Future of Ottawa series, we’re taking a deep dive into Ottawa’s poetry scene—what it’s like now and where it’s headed. Read on for a guest post from Ellen Chang-Richardson on the future of poets.
The Manx Pub
In this weekly feature, Apt613 asks blog contributors and local figures about their takeout habits and highlights—to help you find new tasty treats to discover or revisit when you’re just OVER IT with making dinner.
We’ve arrived at yet another pandemic-style holiday weekend and things are…weird, to put it bluntly. While we may still be required to stay at home this Valentine’s/Family Day long weekend, there is plenty to do while staying safely away from others. Also, let’s not get too excited, but it would appear that the lockdown measures in Ottawa are reaching their end and the slow reopening of non-essential services is just around the corner, so that’s another thing to celebrate, along with an extra day off work.
What’s not to like about brunch? The fruit, the eggs, the baked goods, the socially acceptable casual day drinks…
Poets and accountants are like oil and water. While the former are known for their intense passion, the latter are often seen as synonyms for mind-numbing dullness. But what if the two groups shared a secret, namely, that they both manipulate “facts” to create multiple meanings? “Give me any set of figures and I can […]