A passion — and patience — for bread-making rises out of pandemic doldrums
During a period of pandemic lockdown in 2020, I was at home like many others. Scrolling mindlessly through Instagram, I found a lot of posts from others in lockdown about their adventures in baking: sandwich bread, artisan break, sourdough bread, sourdough starter and much more. It was everywhere, and the bread looked like it came out of a bakery. It…
Teen science whiz adds Nature Inspiration Award to long list of achievements
Ottawa area teen Naila Moloo recently won the Nature Inspiration Award from the Canadian Museum of Nature for her innovative leadership on projects such as the creation of flexible solar panels.
Muslim voices urge embrace of Islamic heritage beyond October celebration
October is Islamic month in Canada but it means much more than that for those seeking to educate Canadians about the history of Muslims in this country.
Still Max: Film explores renowned artist’s inspirational battle with cancer
The documentary film, Still Max, examines how the Toronto artist is processing his struggle with prostate cancer through his work.
Anastasia’s journey: Musical offers a much needed message of hope and courage
Musical tells the story of the woman pretending to the the last Romanov princess to enjoyable life.
Impressions of an immersive experience: Claude Monet’s works find a creative home in exhibition at EY Centre
Imagine Monet is an immersive exhibition of the work of Claude Money running at the EY Centre near the Ottawa airport until Sept. 4.
Paving paradise in Centretown: Protesters oppose plan to tear down small affordable apartment building
Tenants at 142 Nepean St. protested a plan by developers to tear down their building and put up a parking lot.
More than half of Canadians find sexual misconduct in hockey a major issue: survey
Canadian adults are more likely to agree sexual misconduct in hockey is an issue than those who do not, a survey suggests.
Box of Life wins $1,000 grant to place two worm compost benches in Little Italy
The Bench of Life project is expected to bring compost benches to Little Italy with worm farms to decompose scraps. It received a $1,000 grant in July.
Part-time language professors at University of Ottawa vote to strike if needed
Another group of part-time professors at the University of Ottawa voted to make strike action an option.
Dear Evan Hansen: A well-meaning musical with an unsatisfying ending
Capital Current’s Rodaina Ibrahim reviews the well-produced show, Dear Evan Hansen, that left some questions unanswered.
Banksy 360 in Ottawa takes the artist’s work to different level
The power of the art of the British graffiti artist Banksy is on view at the Aberdeen Pavilion.