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Our third annual profiling of some talented performers and writers in Toronto who don't always get quite the attention they deserve.
In today's Urban Planner: a debate series tackles new ways of considering Toronto, historian Bruce Bell unearths stories of old Toronto, Chelsea Wolfe plays the Drake, and stand-ups pack into Unlovable.
In today's Urban Planner: the 21-and-under crowd get to see a free performance of
Die Fledermaus; Laughable returns to Unlovable; and Dinosaur Jr. and The Besnard Lakes play Lee's Palace.
Happening today: theatre openings to keep post-Fringe sadness at bay, Dent May and his ukulele play Queen West, and a Laughable comedy showcase.
In today's Urban Planner: She Said What's sketch, Scrim for Rent's
Lawrence & Holloman, and plenty of music and stand-up to take NXNE's place.
There's so much happening at North by Northeast, it's impossible to catch everything. Here's some of what you missed last night.
On this unusually warm Monday: catch the remount of Fringe hit
Kim's Convenience, play some ironic bingo at the Garrison, laugh at Laughable comedy night, and explore as Design Week gets underway.
In today's UP, consider celebrating with the Cameron House; seeing dance, music, and theatre as performed by the Art of Time Ensemble; or laughing at the Alt. Dot. Comedy Lounge.