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Today in Toronto: Spacing, Montreal's Enduring Architecture, SuperMutant Magic Academy, Hot Docs

Posted by Aubrey Jax / April 28, 2015

today in torontoToday in Toronto f you want to check out Contact early head to IX Gallery in Riverside for photographer David Kaufman's Built To Last: Montreal's Enduring Architecture. Then you can hop to warehouse venue Jam Factory for Spacing's spring issue release party.

At The Beguiling celebrate the release of SuperMutant Magic Academy, Jillian Tamaki's new comic about a prep school for mutants and witches. For more events, click on over to our events section.

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Now you can see unlimited concerts in Toronto for $25

Posted by Aubrey Jax / April 27, 2015

Jukely TorontoThe "Netflix of live music" has launched in Toronto, which is great, because a winter of actual Netflix has meant you haven't gone out to a proper concert, or proper anything, in months. Your eyeliner is so lonely.

A subscription to American app Jukely, which just launched in Toronto this month, grants you access to unlimited concerts for $25 per month. There are a few catches, naturally, the most obvious being they have to be concerts listed on the Jukely site.

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Will Toronto ever truly be a "Music City"?

Posted by Aubrey Jax / April 27, 2015

toronto music cityMike Tanner has been Toronto's Music Sector Development Officer for about six months, and some in the city's music community are getting fidgety. What does this official do?

As a follow up to February's Music Moment panel hosted by Wavelength, on Saturday, April 25th, Tanner took part in a Town Hall Meeting at the Garrison, and for the first time the public were given a span of nearly two hours to ask questions of him and discuss the state of music in Toronto.

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Today in Toronto: Blue Coffee, Hot Docs, Trivia Club Grand Championship, Discovered Chefs, Coach House

Posted by Aubrey Jax / April 27, 2015

Today in TorontoToday in Toronto the Hot Docs Festival continues: tonight you can see Alex Winter's Deep Web, one of our top picks for the fest, plus Foodies, Mavis!, Tom Roberts' Every Last Child, and more - see a full schedule here. Blue Coffee's reading series will return to Magpie with Phlip Arima, Sonia Di Placido, and Liz Howard. It's free to stop by. For more events, click on over to our events section.

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The top 5 free events in Toronto: April 27 - May 3 2015

Posted by Aubrey Jax / April 26, 2015

free events torontoFree events in Toronto this week will overwhelm with Free Comic Book Day, the opening of the Contact Photography Festival, and, naturally, a Smiling Buddha film screening. You can also learn more about the city with Jane's Walk, see the grand opening of both the new Gallery TPW and the Chester Station art kiosk, plus Analogue's Women in Rock exhibit.

Here's what to do to in Toronto this week if you've read all your comic books into unsaleable condition.

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The top weekend events in Toronto: April 24 - 26 2015

Posted by Aubrey Jax / April 23, 2015

weekend events torontoWeekend events in Toronto abound, whether you plan to cram a Hot Docs flick into every available slot of time, dance the night away, drink and be merry, engage with civic politics and punk, or all of the above.

Here are my picks for the top events happening in Toronto April 24-26, 2015.

Toronto's Festival of Beer Spring Session (April 24-25, Sherbourne Common)
A two-day spring teaser for Toronto's Festival of Beer, the "Spring Session" this year will bring 20+ brewers to Sherbourne Common. $30 gets you in the door with five drink tokens and the opportunity to see Lowell on Friday and JJ and the Pillars on Saturday--plus you get a mug! BJ

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