Radar: April 29th, 2009
Events on Toronto's Radar for WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29th, 2009
...lovingly handpicked from blogTO's events calendar
FOOD | A Taste For Life
Tonight, dine at participating restaurants and a large chunk of your bill goes to support Fife House, an organization supporting those living with HIV and AIDS.
MUSIC | Ponytail at the Deleon White Gallery
Baltimore post-rockers Ponytail make banshee wailing downright contagious. Romo Roto and Brides open.
Deleon White Gallery, 1139 College Street.
830pm doors / $10
WORDS | Jonathan Goldstein: Ladies and Gentlemen, The Bible!
This Is Not A Reading Series puts author Jonathan Goldstein in the interviewee seat with comedy show Monkey Toast, to launch his humourous twist on The Bible -- Ladies and Gentlemen, The Bible!
The Rivoli, 334 Queen Street W.
7pm / $5 (free with book purchase)
ART | Art'd: You Get Older Or You Don't
Dejour Magazine Presents Hugh Scott Douglas' new art collection, You Get Older Or You Don't. Also, plenty of giveaways, in honour of Peaches new album, I Feel Cream.
Czehoski, 678 Queen Street W.
9pm / FREE
ENVIRONMENT + FILM | Post Carbon Toronto Screening: Blind Spot
Post Carbon Toronto holds its Annual General Meeting at 630pm, followed by a screening of documentary Blind Spot, which analyzes the oil and energy crisis.
City Hall Committee Room 2, 100 Queen Street W.
7pm / FREE
PARTY | Buraka Som Sistema
Portugal's Buraka Som Sistema will do their best to infect Toronto with their popular Euro-body shakin' action. With guests Egyptrixx.
El Mocambo, 464 Spadina Avenue.
9pm / $15.00
STAGE | A Beautiful View
A Daniel MacIvor written-and-directed play about two women who reunite after an awkwardly intense relationship. Runs to May 24th.
Tarragon Theatre, 30 Bridgman Avenue. (416) 531-1827.
8pm / $30-45
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