Urban Planner: July 3, 2012
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Urban Planner: July 3, 2012

Today in Toronto: bask in the summer night with ghost walks, outdoor cinema, and rock 'n' roll.

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HAUNTINGS: Ghosts don’t stop haunting when the Halloween season comes to a close, and so neither do guided ghost walks. Take advantage of the warm summer weather on a walking tour of Toronto’s most haunted buildings, including U of T, Yorkville and Queen’s Park. Call 416-923-6813 to pre-register. Meet on Royal Ontario Museum steps (100 Queen’s Park), 6:20 p.m., $25, $18 for seniors and students, $15 for children.

FILM: Yonge-Dundas Square is joining the list of outdoor spaces offering up film screenings this summer. Every Tuesday until August 28, catch cult classics in the square as part of City Cinema. Tonight, celebrate the end of school with [amazon asin=B000GFLEHM&text=Dazed and Confused], starring Jason London, Joey Lauren Adams, Matthew McConaughey, and Ben Affleck. Yonge-Dundas Square, 9 p.m., FREE.

MUSIC: Brantford’s four-piece rock outfit, Hey Brother are celebrating the release of their second EP, Feel Sharp, with a show hosted by Toronto Indie Week. Pick up the album and enjoy supporting sets by Ambre McLean, Medicine Hat, and Jessica Mitchell. Czehoski (678 Queen Street West), 10 p.m., $6.

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