Category: [lang_en]News[lang_en][lang_fr]News FR[lang_fr]

[lang_en]International Women’s Day[/lang_en][lang_fr]Journée internationale de la femme[/lang_fr]

[lang_en] We’re celebrating International Women’s Day with special programming between 1:00 pm and 4:00 pm! Listen here for a take of this “celebration” from one of our volunteers: [soundcloud url=”http://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/39112985″ iframe=”true” /] [/lang_en] [lang_fr] Nous célébrons la Journée internationale de la femme avec une programmation spéciale entre 13h et 16h! Écoutez ici pour un angle de cette “célébration” par un… Read more »

Click Here: Wednesday March 7th 2012

Tune in to Click here Wednesday at 5 pm, on CHUO-FM89, for interviews with artist Tick Tock Tom, who will be giving an artist talk at Patrick John Mills Gallery, as well as dance artists collective (gulp), presenting new work this week at Arts Court. Also, a look at the Centretown Community Health Centre’s Dundonald… Read more »

CHUO Charts 02/28

TOP 30 1 – Plants and Animals — The End of That — (Secret City Records) — CC 2 – Various Artists — You Can Dig My Grave In The Mammoth Cave: A Sampler — (Mammoth Cave) — CC 3 – The Wooden Sky — Every Child A Daughter, Every Moon A Sun — (Black… Read more »

Mayfair Theatre hosts LIVE Oscars telecast Sunday, Feb 26 2012

Mayfair Theatre hosts Ottawa’s biggest, best and coolest Oscar Party Sunday, Feb 26! FREE FOR MAYFAIR MEMBERS Media are invited to join us for the evening, and meet Ottawa’s biggest film fans. This year, the biggest, best and coolest Oscar party in Ottawa takes place at the Mayfair Theatre! Walk the red carpet, enjoy fit-for-a-star… Read more »

[lang_en]Feb 18: Two CHUO hosts celebrate Black History Month at the Elmdale[/lang_en][lang_fr]18 Fév: Deux animateurs de CHUO célèbre le Mois de l’histoire des Noirs à l’Elmdale[/lang_fr]

[lang_en] Celebrate Black History Month Sunday, February 19, 3:00 PM The Elmdale House, 1084 Wellington St. W The Dusty Owl Reading Series is celebrating Black History Month with a reading by celebrated poets John Akpata, Jacqueline Lawrence and Joanne John. This event is a fundraiser to help send a group of Ottawa youth to the… Read more »