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Wednesday: her friends call her Wednes, her enemies call her Hump Day. In the news: bikers get their belt buckles back, Hudak’s provincial pop-up shop, casino-referendum piggyback ballots, the weather, and Rob Ford in court.
Oh, Monday, you're a cruel mistress. In the news: the crowd for the annual Santa Claus parade was one million strong; York elementary teachers begin work-to-rule action; GO Transit can't handle the new $20 bills; the Argos will play for the 100th Grey Cup; and Rob Ford returns to court.
Today is really excited to meet you and show you all that it has to offer, like fake Rolexes and stolen stereos. In the news: gambling’s new love interest; Ford’s libel liability; Jarvis Street protester arrested; police budget getting even tighter; and airplanes, coming soon to an airport near you.
Tonight: Both the Regent Park Film Festival and The 416 Toronto Creative Improvisers Festival kick off their programming, Hart House Theatre premieres Romeo and Juliet, and Steam Whistle debuts TorontoTransformed.
In today's Urban Planner, (devil) music and film collide as Soundstream Encore hosts sax player Kyle Brenders, Don't Touch The Dial hosts rockers Dinosaur Dinosaur and The Swamp Yankees, and TINARS hosts film critic Richard Crouse.
Guess what day it is? Monday! Guess what you have to put on this morning? Probably a warm coat! Ready to face the day? No, not yet! No need to rush out into that cold air—stay warm with some local news first. Today: the Ford brothers strongly dislike the media, all of it, everyone; TTC rates might stay the same, or maybe they'll go up, it really depends on who you ask; mobile dialysis patients lose access to Wheel-Trans; Yunel Escobar tries to add to his collection of gay friends; the co-founder of Sam the Record Man dies; and a free ride for the zoo's giant pandas.