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Archive for 'Torontoist'
In today's Urban Planner: the start of a week-long birthday bash for JAZZ.FM91 host Jaymz Bee, some silent films, and a comedy brawl.
In today's Weekend Planner: a market that's really, really free; a wild-west fair at The Storefront Theatre; and a giant, public pillow fight.
In today's Urban Planner: a 50 Shades parody, a silent film festival, and some modern dance.
In today's Urban Planner: a festival of silent films, the Feminist Porn Awards, and some performances from DanceWorks.
In today's Urban Planner: a showcase of video games made by students, a lecture about James Cameron's dive into the Mariana Trench, and a baseball-themed art show.
In today's Urban Planner: a documentary about mining corruption in Argentina, a play named Legoland that has little to do with Lego, and an orchestral tribute to James Bond.
Celebrating with many, many bursts of colour.
In today's Urban Planner: some civic debating at Praxis Theatre, an art show that probes the limits of space, and some theatrical options.
In this Weekend Planner: an exhibition of X-Men art, a Passover screening of The Big Lebowski, and a chance to see comedian Pat Thornton.
In today's Urban Planner: a wandering concert with the Lemon Bucket Orchestra, an improv comedy deathmatch, and Shotgun Jimmie releases a record.
In today's Urban Planner: a chance to reconsider the concept of space, an intercollegiate public-speaking competition, and plenty of theatre and comedy options.
The Liberal leadership candidate made a stop on his campaign trail to meet with young entrepreneurs.
In today's Urban Planner: dramatic readings of David Rotenberg's latest book, a lecture about the Black Power movement, and a theatrical double bill.
In today's Urban Planner: some science with your movies, a play that was once banned for being obscene, and Miranda Mulholland wraps up a month-long musical residency at Cameron House.
The second half of CMW featured a little bit of everything—and by "everything" we mean rowdy jazz, couples crowdsurfing, and terrible awards-show jokes.
In today's Urban Planner: Sam Shepard's True West, an indie-rock double bill, and several ongoing theatrical productions.
In this Weekend Planner: another edition of the Long Winter multi-arts festival, Earth Hour, and a sex cabaret.
Our roundup of the best—and in one case, the absolute worst—of CMW so far.
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