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In today's Urban Planner: Talking space rocks at ROMCafé, a discussion with people nominated for the Charles Taylor Prize for Literary Non-Fiction, and The Pillowman premieres at The Propeller Gallery.
In today's Urban Planner: Talking about the future of Toronto, a special tribute to playwright Sarah Kane, Villains and Vixens shows the dark and sexy side of musical theatre, and three comedy troupes trade their material in Switch-Off.
Today: celebrate the 175th anniversary of Colborne Lodge, learn to make and preserve your own pear chutney, watch The Boxing Girls of Kabul at Hart House, and catch a Douglas Coupland lecture at the Power Plant.
Today: immerse yourself in a Halloween movie screening with 360 Screenings, attend a roundtable discussion on violence in mystery novels, and watch Miss Caledonia try to escape rural 1950s Ontario to become a movie star.
This weekend: An Indigenous cultural festival comes to Harbourfront Centre; explore the Zine Dream with a literary art fair; be part of an epic island party; join others to watch the Perseid meteor shower; and more.
This weekend: the Beaches Jazz Festival returns to Queen Street East; Harbourfront Centre celebrates strings; the ROM is getting into the Carnival spirit; discover old bikes at a vintage bike show; and more.
In today's Urban Planner: not one, but two new art exhibitions open at Harbourfront Centre; grab a thermometer because the Annual Toronto Burlesque Festival is about to heat up your summer; and join in some free dancing lessons with vibes from the Caribbean.
This weekend, check out the Canada Day weekend festivities at Harbourfront Centre; a music and art festival kicks off its first year on Centre Island; a sci-fi comedy podcast gets a live recording; the Pride Parade returns; and much more.
In this Urban Planner: get into the pre-Canada Day spirit with an art exhibition of fireworks; shake down with free dancing lessons at Harbourfront; and a solo show details how one man sexually assaulted the Prime Minister and lived to tell the tale.