In today's Urban Planner: catch an evening of shorts with a Mission Impossible theme, support a great cause at the Transforming Faces fundraiser, celebrate the life and work of June Callwood at "It's All About Kindness Day," and rock out to Maps & Atlases' latest release.
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In today's Urban Planner: get a tour of the exhibit Lynne Cohen: Nothing is Hidden with Barr Gilmore and get your fill of music with Mammoth Grave, Patti Cake, Goodnight, Daybreak Gentlemen, and Gabrielle Papillon.
Today in Toronto: Bad Dog Theatre gives its hilarious take on Game of Thrones, Brazil and France unite in a fusion of dance, Tarragon Theatre says goodbye to its season with The Real World?, East Coast band Alert the Medic hits the stage with an acoustic set, and get your documentary fill at Hot Docs.
Today in Toronto: support the Red Door Family Shelter at an event full of music and poetry, get your fill of dance at one of two shows starting right next to each other, and listen in on Graydon James & the Young Novelists' newest work.
Today in Toronto: it's the start of a five-day festival with Fashion Art Toronto (aka Alternative Fashion Week), Richard Stursberg talks about his time at the CBC, and WUNDERSTRANDS' first live performance.
Today in Toronto: attend the inaugural Human Rights Watch Book Series event, raise money for autism at a night full of comedy and music, check out all kinds of art at a Zoey's Projects fundraiser, laugh with some funny ladies at the Black Swan, and see Buddies' latest, Dancing Queen.
In today's UP: head to a travelling market to stock up on Canadian wares, catch some of the best young musicians at the Canadian Opera Company, and the multitalented Chilly Gonzales makes a stop in town.
Today in Toronto: go to a free screening of Waterlife at NFB Mediatheque while you still can, the play adaptation of acclaimed memoir Prisoner of Tehran premieres, and Egg Zeppelin's monthly comedy show welcomes the Barenaked Ladies' Tyler Stewart.
In today's UP: the man behind Millenium Park lectures at the Munk School, Daniel Karasik's play Haunted gets a public reading, Maisonneuve celebrates its 10th anniversary, and Kat Goldman launches her new album.
Today in Toronto: share your feedback on plans for the Port Lands, visit an exhibit that pits the city against the country, listen to a discussion about a book that goes behind the scenes of horse racing, and hear Andrew Downing and John Southworth's performance of Easterween.
In today's Urban Planner: stop by the opening reception for Ingrid Kay's "Painted Poetry" exhibition, speak up at a town hall about the future of Jarvis Street, and listen in on the National Ballet of Canada Orchestra at Koerner Hall.
In today's Urban Planner: embrace hump day with some Badass Dance Fun, see a modern-day musical that's a take on the classic Pride and Prejudice, celebrate Canadian film at the Canadian Film Fest, and catch a screening and discussion of Hashima, Japan 2002.
Today in Toronto: stop in for Quattro Books' spring launch, let The New Humourists make you laugh for a good cause, catch Randolph Academy's Cyrano de Bergerac, and watch Bowerbirds and Dry the River take to the stage at the Garrison.
On this fine spring day in Toronto: fly away to the National Ballet of Canada's newest piece, The Seagull, stop by a poetry reading with some Italian authors, get the two hour version of The Bible in a play called The Big Picture, laugh through the evening with three improv troupes at the Switch Off, and there's lots to see and do at night one of Canadian Music Week.