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Today: Dave Meslin loves democracy, and you should too; The Weather Station loves singing with friends; Claire, From the Bus loves Ralph (and it scares him); improvisers love White Rhino; and Doldrums and pals love partying late.
In today's Urban Planner: the fall funny festival season continues with The Toronto Improv Festival; The Vagabond Trust returns to the Ossington; and Slim Twig, U.S. Girls, and Sic Alps play for kids of all ages at Double Double Land.
This weekend: a reading festival brings tons of authors to town, stretch those legs with WALKfest, take a stand against the Mega-Quarry with Soupstock, expand your inner creativity with a zine festival, and more.
In today's Urban Planner: give our tall ships a proper farewell before they set sail; revel in some genre-blurring music acts (and more) at the Soundclash Festival; see slam poets reach for the prize at Slamtario 2012; and the Fringe heads into its final weekend.
In today's UP: As theatre shows Clybourne Park and The Exquisite Hour close, new shows The Innocents and Crash open; Steamboat lay down the Rules at Sneaky Dees, while Uma Nota brings Roots Rhythm & Reggae to the Great Hall; and Mantown sends one of their drinking buddies off to sea.
Today in Toronto: learn about local urban sustainability at U of T’s Environment Week, celebrate Canadian poet Irving Layton’s life at a centenary celebration, join an evening of storytelling with the Raconteurs, and get your laugh on with Egg Zepellin’s comedy and variety show.
In today's (lucky) Urban Planner: art supporting other art—literally—at G Gallery; Levi MacDougall returns to Hogtown; the Festival of New Formats hits get encores; The Wrecking Ball mashes up readers and rockers; Rich Aucoin Lives at the Drake (one night only); and A Soul (Winter Party).
In today's UP: the Word Festival's 76 hours of Shakespeare & the King James Bible; (actual) Brothers of the Weird; Woody Allen's Death: A Play is Arts & Lies' first stage baby; Greg Proops is Comedy Bar's 3rd anniversary guest; and Maylee & Pegwee Power fundraise to get to Europe.
In today's Urban Planner: a new run for an old favourite at Soulpepper, new five-minute Opera Briefs at the season opener for Tapestry New Opera, and classic old soul jams from a new purpose-assembled band at A Soul.