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St. Patrick's Day 2014 events in Toronto

Posted by Jason Steidman / March 17, 2014

st patricks day torontoSt. Patrick's Day events in Toronto go down at the Smiling Buddha courtesy of June Records, at The Flying Beaver, The Guvernment, Clinton's, F-Stop, The Horseshoe, and of course many more: check our St. Patrick's Day round-up post for even more options.

Toronto Fashion Week also begins today and runs through the weekend. Those in a party mood should hit up the launch party tonight at the Thompson Hotel with DJ Fizza providing the soundtrack. For more ways to get involved in Fashion Week check out this handy guide.

And don't forget that Early Monthly Segments celebrates its 5th anniversary with a screenings of a number of short films. For more events, click on over to our events section.

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Today in Toronto: Food On Film, Generations Of Queer, Slim Twig and Jack Name, Pivot Reading Series

Posted by Jason Steidman / March 12, 2014

Today in TorontoTonight, the TIFF Bell Lightbox hosts Food On Film, an amazing and unique series that focuses on "culinary cinema" and runs on various Wednesday evenings at 6:30PM. The exhibition Generations of Queer opens at OCAD Universtiy tonight with a reception, and panel discussion with the artists. For music fans, TO's retro rockers Slim Twig and LA's Jack Name share a bill at The Garrison. Plus, nerdy freebie alert! This afternoon Silver Snail is giving away limited-edition-cup-masks from it's Black Canary Espresso Bar. For more events, click on over to our events section.

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Today In Toronto: Augustines, Anja Dornieden and Juan David Gonzlez Monroy, The Carousel, Cometry Poedy

Posted by Jason Steidman / March 11, 2014

Today in TorontoToday in Toronto Brooklyn's Augustines hit The Garrison with openers My Goodness, and TO's Liaison of Independent Filmmakers (LIFT) presents an evening of Anja Dornieden and Gonzlez Monroy's films at Cine Cycle. The Berkley Street Theatre hosts Megan Follows' The Carousel from now until the 30th, and you can catch both poetry and comedy on the same stage (a wonderfully ancient concept) at The Central tonight for Cometry Poedy, with a large cast of TO talent. For more events, click on over to our events section.

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Today in Toronto: Honest Ed's Sign Sale, The Starkman Cup, Trampoline Hall, Danny Michel, In Conversation with Helen Oyeyemi

Posted by Jason Steidman / March 10, 2014

today in torontoToday in Toronto The Starkman Cup, a trivia challenge presented by the Toronto Professional Firefighters' Association, will go down at the Steam Whistle Roundhouse, hosted by TVO's Steve Paikin, with all proceeds going to the Daily Bread Food Bank. This evening also finds everyone's favourite twisted 'lecture' event Trampoline Hall returning to The Garrison, and Danny Michel's Monday night residency continues at The Dakota. Acclaimed British author Helen Oyeyemi will be at Indigo on Bloor discussing (and signing) her latest book Boy, Snow, Bird.

Of course, the event that has everyone abuzz is the sign sale at Honest Ed's. It gets underway today at 11am. Check out our giant preview of the sale here. For more events, click on over to our events section.

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Today in Toronto: Galileo's Falling Bodies, The Passage, Matthew Quick, Holodeck Follies

Posted by Jason Steidman / March 5, 2014

Today in TorontoToday in Toronto Red Head Gallery has the opening of Nina Leo and Lee Henderson's collaborative series Galileo's Falling Bodies, and Propeller Gallery hosts the opening of Lila Fatehi's exhibition, The Passage, an exploration of the juxtaposition of black and white across various media. Author Matthew Quick will chat and sign his latest novel, The Good Luck of Right Now at the Bay and Bloor Indigo, and an evening that's being described as "Star Trek improv" goes down at the Black Swan: Holodeck Follies. For more events, click on over to our events section.

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Today In Toronto: Paul Dutton, Riff Raff, Elvis Monday Benefit For Meryn Cadell, Triage: Dr. James Orbinski

Posted by Jason Steidman / March 4, 2014

Today in TorontoToday in Toronto Canadian writer and sound poet Paul Dutton will be celebrated at a special tribute performance at Supermarket that will assemble members of TO's experimental music and literary scenes. Houston rapper, Riff Raff hits The Hoxton, and Elvis Monday teams up with Jaymz Bee to put on a fundraiser for former Sire recording artist, Meryn Cadell. For more events, click on over to our events section.



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