The horror, the horror: Deadly Grounds Café and Curiosities offers a scarily warm welcome for fans of the genre
The Deadly Grounds Café and Curiosities is offering fans of the horror genre of films a chance to experience their passion with a warm cup of coffee.
Having a fling: Ottawa hosting international Highland Dancing competition in 2025
Ottawa will be a hotbed of Highland Dance in the summer of 2025 as more than 1,000 competitors will take part in the ScotDance Canada Championship Series.
Step by Step: The challenging life of Miss Danielle
Danielle Hamilton is passionate about Highland Dancing but an accident in her youth put an end to high-level performance. Today she has turned to teaching at her own home studio.
Sports Hall of Fame collection finds new home at Museum of History in Gatineau
The Canadian Museum of History acquired the Order of Sports Collection from Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame, consisting of 100,000 artifacts.
Ottawa film industry hopeful of busy 2024 after end of actors’ and writers’ strikes
Ottawa will see more film production as projects resume after SAG-AFTRA strike, experts say
City builder: Broadcaster and fundraiser Sam Laprade inducted into Order of Ottawa
Sam Laprade, a 52-year-old veteran radio and television show host, has just received the Order of Ottawa from Mayor Mark Sutcliffe.
City builder: Ottawa’s Kate Heartfield finds inspiration in curious places
Ottawa’s Kate Heartfield is an award-winning fantasy author and a former journalist at the Ottawa Citizen.
Musical goosebumps: McGill study finds evidence chills produced by favourite songs may lessen pain — but it’s complicated
New research conducted by the Roy Pain Lab at McGill University helps to answer the question of why music can help reduce physical pain. While preliminary results imply musical “chills” are the underlying cause, experts debate the merit of this research for improving music-based pain therapies.
City builders: Derick Fage — from theatre kid to news host and advocate
Derick Fage is a television host and motivational speaker who has shared his experience of a chronic condition willingly with others.
New colouring book helps people have fun while learning about the human brain
A new colouring book offers an accessible way to learn about the human brain and the importance of keeping it healthy.
‘The Mummy’ emerges from his tomb to take stage in third New Opera Lyra ‘gothic’ production
New Opera Lyra, a local opera company, is putting on an original production entitled “The Mummy” just in time for Halloween.