In Town and OutLove, Handmade - the alternative wedding showApr 4, 2015 | 9:01Today, wedding vendors will be sharing ideas to help "personalize" the biggest day of your life. At Memorial Hall, 39 Dufferin Road in New Edinburg. Tickets are $15.
In Town and OutHow to make your home "senior friendly"Apr 4, 2015 | 8:33Jorge Rodrigues, home reno columnist, offers tips if you're heading into your senior years and hope to stay in your home as long as possible.
In Town and OutFermented Food trendApr 4, 2015 | 7:19From sauerkraut to yoghurt, fermented foods have been part of the human diet for centuries. Microbiologist Jason Tetro says there are good reasons for that.
In Town and OutBird migration back to more snowApr 4, 2015 | 6:40How will this late spring affect migratory birds? We reached out to the Ottawa Citizen's bird columnist, Bruce Di Labio, to give a birds-eye look at the situation.
In Town and OutHey Buster - live in studioMar 28, 2015 | 21:37The local band is hosting a CD release party Sunday afternoon at the Mayfair Theatre. It's great music with a community feel for both kids and adults.
In Town and OutSugar shack with international flavourMar 28, 2015 | 7:27The University of Ottawa is helping students, including many international ones, serve as volunteers. They selected a very traditional Canadian experience...the Muséo-park sugar shack in Vanier.
In Town and OutOttawa Irish Film FestivalMar 28, 2015 | 9:08Song of the Sea, from the soundtrack of the Oscar nominated film by the same name, is one of 7 films screening at this weekend's Irish Film Festival Ottawa, the first one ever.
In Town and OutTed Barris's book: The Great Escape: A Canadian StoryMar 21, 2015 | 11:46Hollywood took many liberties in the famous movie. It left out all the Canadians who participated in the escape. Hear more on Monday evening at Christchurch Cathedral, as part of the Ottawa Writers Festival.
In Town and OutSens playoffsMar 21, 2015 | 9:29They have a real chance of making the playoffs. Hear how the Sens have been able to turn things around, from CBC Ottawa reporter and sports writer Jamie Long.