Roll With It: The digital future of Dungeons and Dragons in a post-COVID universe
The resurgence of Dungeons and Dragons sparked the development of online versions of the venerable game often played in the past in person.
Titans win eighth in a row against 0-24 Empire State Greys
Powered by phenomenal starting pitching and just enough offence, the Ottawa Titans won their eighth game in a row with a 3-1 victory on Friday.
Self-publishing trend surges amid pandemic demand for new literature
Self-publishing is gaining traction as writers turn away from traditional publishers and take charge of their own books.
Ottawa’s ‘Gutsy Walk’ back in person and raises more than $100K and counting
This year’s Canada-wide goal for the gutsy walk is to raise $2.9 million, and so far, they have raised over $2.2 million.
Community heroes to be honoured by the planting of 500 trees at Beechwood Cemetery
The non-profit Trees for Life is partnering with Beechwood Cemetery to plant 500 trees in honour of community heroes including members of the military and health-care workers.
With first win of the season, new BlackJacks coaching staff hopes slow start is turning around
After several hectic days which included the firing of their head coach, the Ottawa BlackJacks won their first game of the season.
Road warriors: Drivers during power outage experienced accidents, flashing lights, reckless behaviour and lots of traffic jams
Driving through power outages can be both frustrating and educating. Read to find out more about the driving experience during a power outage.
National Gallery director taking the same role at Philadelphia Museum of Art
Director and CEO Sasha Suda is leaving the National Gallery of Canada to take the same role at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Social media shift: App is gaining in popularity because of the desire to ‘BeReal’
The social media app BeReal is rising up the charts with a promise of spontaneous, candid images.
‘What matters most is the people.’ Housing and cost of living front of mind for Ottawa-Vanier voters as they elect a Liberal — again
Ottawa-Vanier returns Liberal Lucille Collard. She is one of eight Liberal MPPs elected Thursday night.