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Tuesday December 2nd, 2014 with Kristine St-Pierre
Arts & Culture

Today on ‪#‎ArtBreak‬ - We meet up with Kimiko Uriu of Kimicha Tea to talk about this weekend's Ottawa Tea Festival, I take you on a tea tasting adventure at World of Tea, I also spend an afternoon with artists Mitchell Andrew Webster and Janet MacKay at their beautiful Worldview Studio in Sandy Hill and finally we speak with Kayla Spagnoli, organizer of the first Ottawa Feminist Fair. And LOTS of great music this music!
Leila Goldberger - - Canadian
Playing at The West End Well Coop Friday, Dec. 5 as part of the Spirit of Rasputin's Next Stage. Also playing is Brian Loyer.
Interview with Kimiko Uriu, owner of Kimicha Tea and founder of the Ottawa Tea Festival. The festival is taking place on Dec. 6 and 7 from 11am to 5pm at Library and Archives Canada. For more info visit:
Passed Down The Line
Amanda Rheaume - Keep A Fire Canadian
Ride On
The Strumbellas - We Still Move On Dance Floors Canadian
On leur fait croire
Alex Nevsky - - Canadian
Je t'aime
Caroline Savoie - - Canadian
Au pays de la liberté
Damien Robitaille - - Canadian
Andreanne Malette - - Canadian
Alex Nevsky, Caroline Savoie, Damien Robitaille and Andreanne Malette are playing at the NAC Fourth Stage Thursday, Dec. 4.
Interview - Tea Tasting with Jean Larochelle from World of Teas on Richmond.
Interview with Mitchell Webster and Janet MacKay from Worldview Studio. Music: Reawakening by Kevin MacLeod (royalty free).
Interview with Kayla Spagnoli, organizer of the first Ottawa Feminist Fair. It is taking place at Pressed Cafe on Sunday, Dec. 7 from 3 to 6pm.
Flood & Fires
Craig Cardiff - Flood & Fires Canadian