Urban Planner: July 4, 2012
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Urban Planner: July 4, 2012

Today: get your karma on with free outdoor yoga, check out The Untold City's portrayal of street life, and catch a flick on the waterfront.

The Untold City's three-year documentation of urban life is now on display at Steam Whistle Brewing. Photo courtesy of Joel Barnes.

YOGA: World Karma Project is promoting their motto “Do better, feel better, be better” with free outdoor yoga classes. Bring your mats and towels for an hour of vinyasa flow, and check the Twitter feed for weather-related updates prior to class. Riverdale Park, next to tennis courts (1 Millbrook Crescent), 6 p.m., FREE or PWYC donation.

ART: The Untold City, a collective comprised of artists Aaron Miller, Joel Barnes, and Nick Merzetti presents a depiction of three years of urban life in Toronto, documented in various media. Explore street culture and the city’s music scene through photography, mixed media live visuals, and musical performances by Rattail and Army Girls. Steam Whistle Brewing (255 Bremner Boulevard), launch party 7–11 p.m., exhibit runs until end of July, FREE.

FILM: Starting tonight and until August 29, the Harbourfront Centre presents Free Flicks: Rise of the Underdog. Enjoy weekly cult films in the open air, complemented by the sound of the lapping waves of Lake Ontario. Tonight’s feature, [amazon asin=B001KEW0US&text=Office Space], stars Ron Livingston and Jennifer Aniston as disgruntled employees. Harbourfront Centre, WestJet Stage (235 Queens Quay West), 9 p.m., FREE.

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