Urban Planner: October 10, 2008
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Urban Planner: October 10, 2008

MUSIC: Torontonian electro-soul group Pants and Tie are celebrating the release of their new single, “Washing Machine,” with a party tonight at Sneaky Dee’s. The single, mixed by Dale Morningstar, will be available on both CD and vinyl at the show. Pants and Tie will be performing (obviously), accompanied by musical sets from the Pink Noise and Slow Hand Motem, and a DJ set from DVAS. Sneaky Dee’s (431 College Street), 9 p.m., $5.
BENEFIT: A reminder that tonight, Wrongbar will attempt to de-wrong the wrongs wronged upon Mr. Kavin Wong at Wrongbar last weekend. Pink Mafia is hosting a fundraiser, in the hopes of helping reimburse Kavin for his camera. DJ-ing at the event are Nasty Nav, Shit La Merde, Mansion, and Syntonics. Wrongbar (1279 Queen Street West), 10 p.m., $5 minimum donation.
FILM: Spare Change, the National Film Board‘s tribute to the late Ryan Larkin, will be screened tonight at the Royal. The short film serves as an anthology of Larkin’s work, compiled posthumously by filmmaker Laurie Gordon with a team of emerging young animators. Spare Change will precede all screenings of the documentary All Together Now until October 16. The Royal Cinema (608 College Street), 7 p.m., <$10. Photo of Pants and Tie by Virginia LeBlanc.

This article mistakenly claimed that a presentation at the Centre for Social Innovation by Montreal’s bikesharing system, Bixi was taking place this morning; in fact, it will take place two Fridays from now, on October 24. Our apologies.