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NAC Featured Performance: Branford Marsalis

  In the hands of master saxophonist Branford Marsalis, Glazunov’s vivid melodies come to life.   Conductor Andrey Boreyko, in his first appearance with the NAC Orchestra, brings a signature Russian approach to Tchaikovsky’s folk-influenced symphony.   Classical Marsalis, Friday March

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Chinese New Year Of The Dog Starts Today

The Lunar New Year, also known as the Chinese New Year, starts today, ushering in the year of the Dog. Some celebrants call it the Spring Festival. For a 15-day period beginning February 16th, China will welcome the Year of

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Apologizing For Something Isn’t An Admission Of Guilt According To Ontario Law

Canadians have earned a worldwide reputation for polite and apologetic, even when it’s not expected. It seems it’s in our nature to say ‘sorry’, even for everyday oversights like mindlessly stepping in front of someone at a check-out counter. That’s why

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The Buddy System Works, Who Knew :)

Let me start by saying, I’ve always been interested in working out, even as a teenager with my best friend in high school, we used to hit the gym, no clue what we were doing but doing it all and

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Separation for Aniston and Theroux

After 7 years as a couple and 2 and a half years of marriage, Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux are going their separate ways. Aniston’s publicist has released this statement: “In an effort to reduce any further speculation, we have

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Pets, Bikes And Buskers May Get OC Transpo Green Light

OC Transpo is finally ready to welcome pets onto the transit system, and not just service animals. A report published yesterday recommends allowing small pets on buses and trains, provided the animals are in a carrier or crate that can

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Dream Job? Six String Theory Is Looking For Amateur Traveling Musicians

Want to be a traveling musician? Six String Theory offers musicians the opportunity to submit videos for a chance to perform at a number of festivals and venues around the world, including NAMM in Las Vegas, Blue Note in Tokyo

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A Nice Pay It Forward Story

So many people talk of social media aka Facebook and Twitter as being negative, where people can so easily hide behind their nasty comments.  Where something you can’t say in person is easier to say behind a Facebook account well

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By George, Randy Has Got It

And that George is George Harrison and the Randy, is Randy Bachman who has announced his newest release, By George – By Bachman which is a respectful and personal testimonial to the late George Harrison finest work.  The CD is

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Time Capsule Ceremony At City Hall Next Week

Something special happening at Ottawa City Hall early next week. A time capsule commemorating the 150th Anniversary of Canada will be entombed in the walls of City Hall by Mayor Watson and members of council following this year’s annual Heritage

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The Origin Of The Heart Symbol Is Still A Mystery

Things that keep me up at night. Why does the heart symbol you see everywhere in February not look anything like an actual human heart? Which isn’t a bad thing, but it had me wondering…  The heart ‘symbol’ goes at

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Cost Of An Ottawa City Hall Wedding Unchanged In More Than A Decade

It’s Valentine’s Day, and for those lovebirds who can’t wait to tie the knot, or want a no frills wedding, you can always get married at city hall. According to the Ottawa Citizen, nearly 1,300 couples were legally joined in

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Life Long Friends From Ottawa Will Represent Canada On The Curling Sheet

Ottawa’s Rachel Homan and her long-time friend and teammate Emma Miskew have known each other since they were both five years old and enrolled in the Little Rock program at the Rideau Curling Club in Ottawa. Rachel told the National

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It’s More About Quality Than Quantity

I remember being single on Valentine’s Day and thinking it was fine, I had my cats and I could just go home to them or go out with my other single girlfriends or who am I kidding, work….lol. Honestly being

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Guess Who’s Best In Show?

“Flynn” the Bichon Frise was picked as best in show at America’s Westminster Kennel Club Tuesday night in New York. Guided by expert handler Bill McFadden, the white powder puff beat out some tough opponents, like Ty the giant schnauzer,

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