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In this Weekend Planner: climb the CN Tower, learn about feminist zines, and frolic on a paper playground.
In today's Urban Planner: Critical Mass, a vaudeville show "from the belly of a whale," and the first Uma Nota event of 2013.
Tonight: OCAD film students showcase their work, House of Anansi throws a party, the Bata Shoe Museum celebrates sneakers, and Laugh Sabbath holds a live taping.
Today: looking back at the War of 1812 and forward to the future of globalization, plus the opening of a new gender-bending play at Buddies, and more.
Tonight catch Night of the Living Dead on stage (not screen); celebrate the Bard's birthday with a Shakespeare Slam; go to the Toronto Public Library to Make Some Noise; and much more.
Happening tonight: a comedy brawl pits amateurs against each other, a play in honour of Earth Day, and an art show examines our relationship to space.
This weekend: celebrations for 4/20 and International Astronomy Day, Paul Schrader talks Taxi Driver, and a lot of great theatre to check out.
In today's Urban Planner: an outer-space hackathon, El Ten Eleven at the Garrison, and the return of Loving in The Name Of.
In today's Urban Planner: learn about sexual violence issues over lunch, Linden MacIntyre reads from his latest novel, and a lecture on "found footage" horror movies.
In today's Urban Planner: a Brazilian dance congress, a fancy dinner with beer pairings, and Shannon Graham releases an album.
In today's Urban Planner: a public-transit open house, art by business executives, and a Fleetwood Mac cover show.
In today's Urban Planner: the Amazing New Stuff literary salon returns, classical music at Lula Lounge, and a bunch of other events.
In this Weekend Planner: a motorcycle and tattoo show, a "neo-burlesque" performance influenced by Blade Runner, and a "walking performance piece" that takes attendees on a stroll through U of T.
In today's Urban Planner: a spring opening at Xpace Cultural Centre, comedy from Baram and Snieckus, plus a whole bunch of art, theatre, and film options to start your weekend.
In today's Urban Planner: check out the Toronto Art Expo, take in some movies at the Toronto Jewish Film Festival, or ponder the future of the book.
In today's Urban Planner: Descant magazine launches its 160th issue, a dance tribute to football—er, soccer, and a night of poetry readings.
In today's Urban Planner: a festival of films for kids, emerging composers versus projection art, and a bunch of theatre and comedy.
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.
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